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16 November 2022, 12:38

Cooperation with African country seen as important for Belarus

MINSK, 16 November (BelTA) - Cooperation with African countries is productive and economically important for Belarus, Deputy Chairman of the Standing Commission on International Affairs of the House of Representatives Tengiz Dumbadze told reporters. The MP took part in the meeting between Chairman of the House of Representatives Vladimir Andreichenko and Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of Sudan to Belarus Mohammed Omer Musa Ali, BelTA has learned.

"Sudan is a country of more than 40 million. I am very pleased that our tractors have been in use there for a long time. Today, more than ever, consolidation is needed with all those countries that understand that the world is changing. Unfortunately, it is not changing for the better and through no fault of our own. Belarus has always demonstrated its peace-loving policy. We have always been open, we always stand for peace and cooperation. Many states in Africa can attest that cooperation with our country is always honest, sincere and fair. Therefore, I believe that the cooperation has good prospects. For our country it is productive, economically important," Tengiz Dumbadze said.

According to him, the world should know that there is such a beautiful country - Belarus, which is always open to friends. "We are open to the whole world, and we have a great potential. As we say: welcome to Belarus. Be friends with us and we will reciprocate," the MP added.

During the meeting the parties discussed the development of inter-parliamentary contacts, cooperation between the legislative bodies of the two countries in international organizations, ways of promoting Belarusian-Sudanese cooperation in trade, economy and humanitarian affairs and also the status of the agreements reached during the visit of Chairman of the House of Representatives Vladimir Andreichenko to Sudan in 2017.

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