MINSK, 3 Dec – President of Belarus Alexander Lukashenko signed a directive on the development of bilateral relations with China, it defines areas of cooperation until 2025, the press service of the Belarusian head of state said on Friday.
“On December 3, President of Belarus Alexander Lukashenko signed Directive No. 9“ On the Development of Bilateral Relations between the Republic of Belarus and the People’s Republic of China. ”The document is aimed at further deepening the strategic partnership of Belarus with China in a wide range of areas in 2021-2025 and is a logical continuation of the 2015-2021, “the message says.
It notes that the priority tasks for the near future are the strengthening of cooperation in the political sphere, the preservation and enhancement of the values of friendship and mutual support, the building up of trade, economic, financial, investment cooperation, the implementation of the Belt and Road initiative.
“Among the important tasks are also the expansion of interregional ties, the development of cooperation in the military and military-technical fields, in the digital economy and information and communication technologies, strengthening scientific and technical cooperation, developing relations in the humanitarian field,” the statement said.
According to him, in order to fulfill these tasks, government bodies and other economic entities involved in cooperation with the PRC are instructed to ensure the implementation of about fifty specific practical measures.
“The effective fulfillment of the set goals will help to bring bilateral relations to a qualitatively new level,” the press service emphasized.
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