Vietnam President Tran Dai Quang will be making an official visit to Belarus on 26-28 June. He is expected to hold talks with the Belarusian President, TUT.BY writes.
The two heads of state will hold a one-on-one meeting on Tuesday, press service of the Belarusian leader reported.
“The parties will discuss a wide range of issues of bilateral cooperation, with special emphasis on the development of trade and economic cooperation”, the message reads.
It is expected that the sides will sign a package of documents to expand cooperation between Belarus and Vietnam.
Alexander Lukashenko and Tran Dai Quang will also take part in the opening of a Belarusian-Vietnamese business forum.
Besides, the Vietnamese delegation will meet high-standing Belarusian offcials, visit a number of industrial enterprises and cultural attractions.
Vietnam is one of Belarus’ trade partners in the Asian region.
— Viet Nam Diplomacy (@MOFAVietNam) June 26, 2017
According to the National Statistics Committee, trade turnover between Belarus and Vietnam in 2016 amounted to $121 million, exports reaching $76.8 million.
Belarus exports potash fertilizers, freight and quarry dump trucks, tires, tractors, metal and food products to Vietnam.