Belarus and Zimbabwe expressed readiness for mutual support at international sites

The Foreign Minister of Belarus Sergey Aleinik held a meeting with the Minister of Foreign Affairs and International Trade of Zimbabwe Frederick Shava. On Thursday, February 22, the press service of the Belarusian Foreign Ministry reported.

The meeting was held in the city of Harara, the capital of Zimbabwe, where Aleinik is on a visit. The ministers examined in detail the course of the implementation of the agreements reached during the state visit of the President of Belarus Alexander Lukashenko in Zimbabwe, as well as the results of the work done during the year with specialized subgroups on political, economic and social issues.

emphasize significant progress in bilateral trade and economic cooperation, access to the implementation of joint applied projects in the field of industry, agriculture, healthcare, education.

Belarus and Zimbabwe are a special emphasis on strengthening cooperative interaction, the participation of Belarusian exporters-manufacturers in the implementation of the Zimbabwe program “Vision 2030”, follows from the message.

The heads of departments outlined specific steps to expand the legal framework of bilateral relations.

A exchange of views on current topics of the international agenda, issues of global and regional security took place.

The mutual desire for mutual support on international sites, strengthen the interaction of regional integration associations, whose members are Belarus and Zimbabwe.

Aleinik noted the readiness of the Belarusian side to assist in expanding the ties of Zimbabwe as part of the promising market of the Eurasian Economic Union, as well as an interest in using the advantages of the chairmanship of Zimbabwe in the development community of South Africa.