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20 June 2024, 17:31

Healthcare mentioned as promising avenue of Belarus-Eswatini cooperation

MINSK, 20 June (BelTA) – Prime Minister of Belarus Roman Golovchenko met with Prime Minister of the Kingdom of Eswatini Russell Dlamini and outlined promising avenues of cooperation between the two countries, BelTA has learned.

Well-developed healthcare is one of the hallmarks of Belarus, Roman Golovchenko noted.

“Our accomplishments in the sphere of cardiology, transplantology, oncology, rehabilitation, protection of motherhood and childhood are known well abroad. The itinerary of your visit includes a trip to a medical institution where you will be able to learn how Belarus’ healthcare system is built and will be able to discuss possible prospective projects in the field of exchange of experience between medical sectors of the two countries and in the field of providing services. Possibly projects envisaging the treatment of your citizens in the Republic of Belarus,” Roman Golovchenko told Russell Dlamini.

Belarus is a very attractive country for getting an education, the Belarusian head of government continued.

“I can say with pride that a large number of students from the African continent are getting a university degree in our country. This is why we are certainly ready to offer education services and train various specializations in agribusiness, engineering, healthcare, and information technologies. And we are certainly ready to share our experience, knowledge, and physical infrastructure with regard to ensuring domestic security and military security of the state,” Roman Golovchenko stressed.

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