Posted: 01.12.2023 14:53:00

Lukashenko proposed Kenya to build bilateral co-operation development plan

Belarus and Kenya need to build a plan for the development of bilateral co-operation – as stated by President Aleksandr Lukashenko at talks with Kenyan President William Ruto on the side-lines of the World Climate Action Summit in Dubai, BelTA reports


"We have already exchanged a few phrases and opinions with you [before the opening of the summit]. In order for us to have a thorough conversation and to establish our relations (with the focus on which we will talk), I think you could come to us, and I could come to you at a convenient time. As a result of these visits, our specialists would work (just like with Zimbabwe and Equatorial Guinea), and we would be able to build a certain plan for our co-operation – with the understanding of what you need from us. We would, in turn, look at your country and determine our needs," Aleksandr Lukashenko said.

As reported, in November, Belarus’ Head of State sent congratulations to the President of Kenya on the 30th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations between the two countries. Aleksandr Lukashenko noted in his message that the dialogue between Minsk and Nairobi is consistent and progressive, priority areas for joint work have been identified, among which are the mechanisation of agriculture in Kenya, the supply of Belarusian food products, and the development of business contacts.

"I am convinced that the time has come to convert the potential accumulated over thirty years into concrete results," Aleksandr Lukashenko stressed. "I suggest that we discuss in detail all possible areas of common interest during your visit to Minsk, which will take our co-operation to a qualitatively new level."

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