EU and Belarus agree on future cooperation

EU and Belarus agree on future cooperation
A delegation of the European Union has visited Minsk on 16-17 November for the second meeting of the EU-Belarus Coordination Group. The EU officials together with Belarusian officials and civil society representatives discussed  bilateral partnership priorities, human rights and democracy, sectoral issues in the fields of economy and trade, transport, environment and energy, customs and mobility.
The EU delegation was led by Thomas Mayr-Harting, the European External Action Service’s Managing Director for Europe and Central Asia. The Belarusian delegation was represented by Alena Kupchyna, Deputy Foreign Minister of the Republic of Belarus and representatives of MFA and different line ministries.
The Group is expected to meet twice a year to take stock of the full scope of EU-Belarus relations and agree on further steps.
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Press release
EU Delegation to Belarus website

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