ArmInfo.President of Belarus Alexander Lukashenko assured that Minsk is able to provide foreign partners with access to the market of the Eurasian Economic Union. He stated this on May 2, accepting the credentials of the ambassadors of Armenia, Azerbaijan, Iran, Belgium, the Netherlands, Norway, Greece and other countries.
He said that Belarus is ready to provide representatives of foreign countries with favorable conditions for the implementation of constructive ideas and proposals. "Belarus currently chairs the Central European Initiative. Thanks to this, the country has new opportunities for wider involvement in European integration processes. This year is also significant in that the session of the Parliamentary Assembly of the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe will be held in Minsk. The event for our country, and for all of Europe is important and responsible. It is planned to discuss issues of strengthening mutual trust and cooperation in the OSCE region. Accepting the high forum, Belarus has the opportunity to begin a constructive dialogue with representatives of many European states," Lukashenko said.
He also noted that the development of bilateral cooperation with Armenia is of great importance. "The partnership[ within the EEU opens new possibilities for increasing goods turnover between us, diversification of supplies and development and strengthening of our relations in general", he summarized.
To note, the newly appointed Ambassador of Armenia to Belarus is the former Ambassador to Russia Oleg Esayan.