Participation in EaP should benefit Belarusians

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Belarus’ participation in the Eastern Partnership (EaP) initiative should benefit the people of the country, Belarus’ Minister of Foreign Affairs Vladimir Makei told the media on the sidelines of the High-Level Conference on the occasion of the 10th anniversary of the EU’s Eastern Partnership initiative in Brussels.

Vladimir Makei took part in the Eastern Partnership and European Union ministerial meeting. Belarus suggested defining ambitious yet realistic priorities for the initiative. “Why not, for instance, treble the EaP states’ export to the EU and the EU investments in the EaP countries by 2030?” the minister noted.

 “Saying that the Eastern Partnership is a great idea is one thing. It is important, however, to aim at concrete projects that can benefit every person in our country. Ordinary people should see that our participation in the initiative is beneficial.
Speaking of cross-border mobility, Belarus is in favor of the removal of artificial administrative barriers at the external EU frontier which currently cause many-hour delays for persons and cargo carriers. It is also important to remove trading barriers, increase the EU investment in Belarus and create new jobs.
There were a number of things we found necessary to mention at yesterday’s and today’s meetings. They are actually supported by our European counterparts. They said that our speech would be included into the action plan for the next decade.”

 
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Hallo Radio Belarus,

ja der Dieter Leupold ist jetzt auch hier im Gästebuch vertreten... Super, bald sind wir alle zusammen hier im "Belarus Hörerclub", Dieter könnte 1.Vorsitzender werden und Jana und Elena Ehrernmitglieder, Helmut Matt Schriftführer, Alfred Albrecht Beisitzer und ich mache Hausmeister:-) Lutz Winkler wie fit bist Du bereits wieder, für Dich finden wir auch eine nette Aufgabe:-) Beste Grüße und ein schönes Wochenende.

Dietmar

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Lieber Dietmar,

das stimmt, für alle finden wir im Hörerklub eine Aufgabe!:)
Liebe Grüße und einen guten Start in die Woche!


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