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Cina, presidente Bielorussia in visita da domani al 16/5

Alexander Lukashenko parteciperà al Forum economico ‘One belt, one road’
fonte: ilVelino/AGV NEWS/Sputnik
di red/ilp

Il presidente della Bielorussia Alexander Lukashenko sarà in visita in Cina da domani fino al 16 maggio per incontrare il presidente Xi Jinping e partecipare al forum economico ‘One belt, on road’. Secondo una nota presidenziale la visita servirà a dare nuovo impulso alle relazioni tra Cina e Bielorussia ma sarà anche l’occasione per Lukashenko di incontrare altri leader esteri attesi a Pechino. Nel 2015 Bielorussia e Cina hanno firmato 20 accordi per un valore di 15,7 miliardi, di cui 700 milioni a titolo di prestito di Pechino a Minsk

Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko will arrive on a working visit to China Saturday in order to meet with his Chinese counterpart Xi Jinping and take part in the upcoming international economic forum “One Belt, One Road,” the president’s press service said in a statement Friday. “Lukashenko will pay a working visit to the People’s Republic of China on 13-16 May … Alexander Lukashenko is also expected to meet with China President Xi Jinping to discuss further practical realization of a new stage in the Belarusian-Chinese relations,” the statement read. The Belarusian leader will address the participants of the “One Belt, One Road“ forum and voice his proposals in promotion of Minsk’s cooperation within the Eurasian continent, according to the statement. Lukashenko is also expected to have several meetings with foreign leaders on the sidelines of the forum. China is among the top five trading partners of Belarus. In 2010, China and Belarus agreed on creating an Industrial Park, also known as Great Stone, which is a special economic zone in Belarus and the largest China-Belarus intergovernmental economic and trade project. In 2015, Lukashenko and Xi signed about 20 agreements worth $15.7 billion, including a $700-million loan.