MINSK, 16 November (BelTA) – Trade and economic cooperation and prospects for the implementation of investment projects in Belarus with the participation of the Irish capital were discussed during a working visit of Ambassador of Belarus to the UK and the Republic of Ireland Sergei Aleinik to Ireland, BelTA learned from the press service of the Belarusian Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
During the visit Sergei Aleinik met with Minister of State for European Affairs Helen McEntee, and Director of Europe and the European Union Rory Montgomery of the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade of Ireland. The parties discussed the current state and prospects of bilateral political, economic, trade and humanitarian cooperation, exchanged views on all aspects of multilateral cooperation within international organizations. The sides also discussed key issues on the regional and international agenda.
The ambassador met with Speaker of the Lower House of the Parliament of Ireland Sean O Fearghail to discuss a wide range of issues related to bilateral cooperation and the need to enhance inter-parliamentary cooperation.
Talks were also held with representatives of the Irish export agency Enterprise Ireland to exchange views on the development of bilateral trade, economic and investment cooperation.
Humanitarian cooperation, status of implementation of social projects and programs of assistance to Belarusian children by the Irish charities were reviewed during a meeting between the Belarusian Ambassador and head of the Chernobyl Children International Adi Roche.
The ambassador also visited Trinity College Library in Dublin and donated Francysk Skaryna Book Heritage, a many-volume facsimile edition, and discussed cooperation in the field of preservation of cultural heritage.
The Belarusian diplomat also met with representatives of the Irish business community the parties to consider the prospects for implementing investment projects in Belarus with the participation of Irish capital and supplying Belarusian woodworking products to the Irish market.
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