Presidents of Belarus, Equatorial Guinea signed roadmap for co-operation development
The roadmap for the development of co-operation between the Republic of Belarus and the Republic of Equatorial Guinea was signed by president Aleksandr Lukashenko and Teodoro Obiang Nguema Mbasogo in Malabo after their negotiations, BelTA reports
The 2024-2026 roadmap was developed taking into account the needs of the Equatoguinean side, and it is comprehensive. The document covers 15 key areas of interaction, including co-operation projects, the supply of Belarusian equipment and the organisation of its maintenance, the agricultural sector, healthcare, pharmaceuticals, sales of medical equipment, and forestry.
A package of documents aimed at developing co-operation in various fields was also signed in the presence of the heads of state.
The foreign ministers adopted a joint statement following the visit of the President of Belarus to Equatorial Guinea.
Agreements were signed on the promotion and mutual protection of investments, on the avoidance of double taxation and the prevention of income and property tax evasion, on co-operation and mutual assistance in customs matters.
The parties also signed agreements on co-operation in the field of tourism, on mutual recognition of educational documents, and on co-operation in the field of science and technology.
In addition, a number of documents were signed at the interdepartmental level, including memoranda of co-operation and mutual understanding.
The total number of the signed documents makes a dozen and a half.