Belarus and Lithuania can fulfil many joint tasks, foreign minister says
There are many joint tasks which Belarus and Lithuania can fulfil by joint efforts, Sergei Martynov said as he met with his Lithuanian counterpart Vigaudas Ushatskas on December 29.
Sergei Martynov praised the level of the relations between Belarus and Lithuania. He noted that the two countries have mutual interest in investments and such strategically important areas as power engineering and logistics.
The minister emphasized that Belarus and Lithuania have good neighbourly relations. "Our countries have long history of relations. We do not start from scratch. We need to continue moving in the right direction," Sergei Martynov said.
In turn, the Foreign Minister of Lithuania said that he came over "to create common future of Europe." According to him, Lithuania is interested in promoting economic and cultural relations with Belarus. Vigaudas Ushatskas also added that he was going to discuss the programme within the framework of the Eastern Partnership Initiative, reported Belta.