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Belarus eyes to boost food supplies to China's Hunan province

Xinhua | Updated: 2017-04-14 14:20

MINSK — Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko on Thursday said that Belarus has all possibilities to increase food supplies to China's Hunan province, local media reported.

During the meeting with China's Communist Party Secretary of Hunan province Du Jiahao in Minsk Lukashenko said Belarus is interested increasing food supplies to Hunan province and first of all dairy products.

The president added Belarus is also interested in the successful implementation of the earlier-signed contacts and in particular those with China's Zoomlion. He reminded a Belarusian-Chinese company was registered in the Mogilev free economic zone in February 2017 to produce construction and utilities special-purpose vehicles.

Lukashenko also said Belarus and Hunan Province need to develop closer ties in the fields of culture and education.

For his part, Du Jiahao said the cooperation between Belarus and Hunan province should be an example of cooperation for other Chinese regions.

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