Rumas, Muallem Discuss Means to Invigorate Economic Relations

As well as discussing the situation on the ground and the upcoming session of the Joint Syrian-Belarusian Committee, the two parties also discussed the reconstruction process reports SANA.

Prime Minister of Belarus, Sergei Rumas, discussed with Deputy Prime Minister and Foreign and Expatriates Minister Walid al-Muallem the required steps for the next stage of enhancing relations between the two countries in the economic domains and the means to upgrade them to the level of the current political relations between the two countries. 

Both parties were in agreement that the 7th session of the Joint Syrian-Belarusian Committee, due to be held in Damascus soon, constitutes a suitable opportunity which should be benefited from. 

Both sides agreed that the issues and topics to be discussed during the meetings will form a significant basis to enhance economic relations between the two countries and to increase trade exchange between them to reach its former level, before the terrorist war waged against the country, so as to achieve a partnership between them in a way that serves the common interests of the two countries. 

Rumas and Muallem, during the meeting, underlined the importance of working on activating the agreements, memos and executive programs signed between the two countries, in addition to activating the work teams that have emerged from the joint committee. 

Talks during the meeting also touched upon the participation of Belarusian companies in the reconstruction process and the means to provide the required facilitations to them to participate in this process.

On the sidelines of his visit to Minsk, Muallem was interviewed by the 1st Channel at the Belarusian state TV, in which he talked about the political and field situation in Syria, in addition to combating terrorism, the Astana meetings and the bilateral Syrian-Belarusian relations.

 

This article was edited by The Syrian Observer. The Syrian Observer has not verified the content of this story. Responsibility for the information and views set out in this article lies entirely with the author.

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