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Belarus calls for more economic cooperation between Afghanistan & Eurasian Economic Union

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Belarus calls for more economic cooperation between Afghanistan & Eurasian Economic Union

Deputy Chairman of the Council of the Republic of the National Assembly of Belarus Anatoly Rusetsky suggested enhancing economic cooperation between the Eurasian Economic Union and Afghanistan.

He made these remarks in his meeting with First Deputy Speaker of the House of Elders of the National Assembly of Afghanistan Farhad Sakhi on June 15th.

Afghanistan represents a large market. We are interested in working on this market and in working in the neighboring countries,” belta.by, a Belarus news outlet quotes Anatoly Rusetsky.

Rusetsky added that Belaus can advance bilateral relations in the sphere of culture and education as well as trade and business.

He also noted that Belarus has the potential to offer cooperation in branches of the production sector ranging from microelectronics to mechanical engineering.

Farhad Sakhi thanked Belarus for their warm welcome and said he believes the parliaments of both nations could work on legislation to counteract terrorism.



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