The Belarusian state agency Belta reported that President Alexander Lukashenko and his Emirati counterpart Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan agreed on cooperation in more than 10 areas during a meeting on Thursday.
The agency indicated that the meeting of the two presidents lasted about 4 hours, and they agreed on cooperation in the field of economic trade and investment, and also focused on the humanitarian sphere.
According to the statement, a large delegation of experts is expected to arrive in Belarus to study specific issues related to cooperation in what was agreed upon.
It is noteworthy that the Belarusian president visited Abu Dhabi from Zimbabwe, which he paid an official visit from January 30 to February 1.
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