Alexander Lukashenko to hold talks in China
Alexander Lukashenko will discuss bilateral relations and “acute challenges in the current international situation” with the Chinese leadership.
The formal leader of Belarus Alexander Lukashenko will make a “state visit” to China on February 28-March 2. This was reported on his website on Saturday, February 25.
“The focus will be on the development of trade, economic, investment and humanitarian cooperation, the implementation of joint large-scale projects, interaction in the political sphere, and response to the most acute challenges in the current international situation,” the message says.
Minsk claims that Lukashenka and Chinese President Xi Jinping will hold talks in a narrow and expanded composition of delegations. It is planned to sign a large package of documents on the development of relations in key areas.
Lukashenka will also hold several meetings with other top officials of the PRC, the leadership of leading Chinese corporations.
Recall that last month Lukashenka visited the Emirates and Zimbabwe. As a result of the visit of the head of Belarus to the African country, a vivid parody appeared.
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