The Delegation of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Belarus visited Hungary and Slovenia on April 12-13. In particular, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Hungary considered the issues of bilateral cooperation and relations with the EU as a whole, including the European Neighbourhood Policy and the "Eastern Partnership." Also isues of the Hungarian and Polish presidency of the EU were covered.
The Belarusian delegation was headed by Deputy Foreign Minister Valeri Voronetski, who is also co-chair of the Intergovernmental Belarusian-Hungarian economic cooperation commission and the Intergovernmental Belarusian-Slovenian Commission for Trade-Economic and Scientific-Technical Cooperation.
In Budapest, Valeri Voronetski met with Secretary of the Ministry of National Economy and Co-Chairman of the Belarusian-Hungarian Commission Rozsa Nagy and State Secretary of Hungarian Foreign Ministry Zsolt Nemeth, said the Belarusian Foreign Ministry.
The sides discussed state and prospects of trade-economic and investment cooperation between the two countries. Moreover, it closed the intermediate outcomes of the Minutes of the second meeting of the commission, signed in Budapest in November 2010. The co-chairs of the commission planned the date of the third meeting of the Authority and the issues to be discussed. The parties confirmed their intentions to expand the list of joint projects for the subsequent development of the Belarusian and Hungarian domestic markets and exit from the joint product of the markets of third countries.
In the Slovenian Foreign Minister Valeri Voronetski met with the Political Director Mateev Marn, director general of the Department of European Affairs and Bilateral Relations Ihor Senchar, director general of the department of economic diplomacy and development issues, as well as co-chair of the Intergovernmental Belarusian-Slovenian Commission for Economic and Scientific-Technical Cooperation, Vladimir Hashparich.
Politicians have expressed their opinions on the state of relations between Belarus and Slovenia and the EU, have noted areas for further development of these relations.
Representatives of Hungary and Slovenia have also expressed condolences over the terrorist attack in Minsk, which occurred on April 11.
As Telegraf previously reported, formerly Foreign Ministry spokesman Andrei Savinykh said that the EU program «Eastern Partnership» had emasculated and lost its appeal.» «After more than two years of talk we do not see any tangible progress,» he stated.
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