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29 May 2024, 20:00

Kochanova names key areas of Belarus-China inter-parliamentary cooperation 

Photos courtesy of the Council of the Republic
Photos courtesy of the Council of the Republic
MINSK, 29 May (BelTA) – The most relevant areas of Belarus-China inter-parliamentary cooperation are healthcare, education, science and culture, Chair of the Council of the Republic of the National Assembly of Belarus Natalya Kochanova said as she met with Chairman of the Standing Committee of the National People's Congress of China Zhao Leji on 29 May, BelTA has learned.

“The most relevant areas of Belarus-China inter-parliamentary cooperation are healthcare, education, science and culture. Our today's visit to one of local healthcare facilities was another testimony to that. We have seen that we have something to share with each other. It would be useful to exchange specialists on a regular basis, carry on joint personnel training projects, introduce new joint educational and research programs,” said Natalya Kochanova.

Belarus is strengthening friendship with its strategic partners, including through humanitarian projects, the speaker noted. “Upon the instruction of the President of the Republic of Belarus Aleksandr Lukashenko, children from friendly countries come to Belarus for health improvement and recuperation every year. This year we will host children from Egypt, Kyrgyzstan, Laos, Syria, and Uzbekistan. I take this opportunity to invite Chinese children to the National Children's Educational and Health Center Zubrenok. We put forward such a proposal earlier. After all, friendship between children and young people is the foundation of long-standing friendship between our countries,” the senator emphasized.

The Council of the Republic is a chamber of territorial representation. Thus, it is genuinely interested in inter-regional cooperation with China. “Our countries have great potential for interaction through public associations, political parties, and volunteer movements,” added Natalya Kochanova. 
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