On June 18, President of the Republic of Belarus Alexander Lukashenko received credentials from ambassadors of some foreign countries.
Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the People's Democratic Republic of Algeria (non-resident) Amar Abba presented his credentials to the Head of the State. During the solemn ceremony, the Belarusian leader pointed out that Algeria is a convenient state in terms of trade with our country. Trade turnover between our countries is growing rather dynamically.
President of Belarus confirmed his intention to visit Algeria following the invitation which had repeatedly been given by the Head of that state. In view of Alexander Lukashenko, such a visit will help finalize the legal framework of bilateral mutual relations.
There exist close political and trade-economic bonds between Belarus and Moldova. The statement to this effect was made by the Head of the State, when he was receiving credentials from Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the Republic of Moldova in Belarus Ilie Vancia. We are interested in supplies of clean products from Moldova to our country, especially to Chernobyl affected areas, pointed out Alexander Lukashenko.
Our state will be continuing to cooperate with Moldova, creating joint ventures and integrating its economy with the Moldavian economy.
Ilie Vancia, being the head of the diplomatic mission, sees his major task in achieving a higher level of mutual relationship between the two friendly states on the basis of mutual benefit and mutual understanding.
The same day, Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the Kingdom of Nepal (non-resident) in our country Lila Prasad Sharma presented his credentials to the Head of the State.
During the solemn presentation ceremony, the President noted that our country has definite interest in cooperation with Nepal in the trade and economic field, and in the field of education, science and technology, environmental research. There is a need to identify, in the near future, two-three new areas for the expansion of trade, underscored Alexander Lukashenko.
The head of Nepal's diplomatic mission noted on his part, that he considers it a high honour to represent his country in Belarus, which is highly placed in the foreign policy of the state he represents.