The current state of Moldovan-Belarusian relations and the possibilities for starting new partnerships in areas of mutual interest were discussed in Minsk during the meeting of Prime Minister Pavel Filip with the President of Belarus, Alexandr Lukashenko
Moldova and Belarus could drop roaming charges, Prime Minister Pavel Filip and Belarusian President Alexandr Lukashenko have decided.
The subject is to be discussed on the platform of the Joint Intergovernmental Commission for Commercial and Economic Cooperation.
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Alexander Lukashenko noted that nonstop flights were recently launched between Minsk and Chisinau. The two countries had agreed upon it a long time ago. The president is convinced that the flight will be popular with citizens of both countries. “In particular, when it comes to business, new contacts and tourism. This is a new window of opportunities. It would be great to add more areas of cooperation little by little,” Alexander Lukashenko noted.