Minsk to host session of Belarusian-Turkish Business Council

A session of the Belarusian-Turkish Business Council will be held in Minsk on July 8-11, BelTA was told in the Belarusian Chamber of Commerce and Industry (BCCI).

According to the Embassy of Turkey in Belarus, Foreign Trade Minister of the Republic of Turkey Kursad Tuzmen will be in Minsk on July 8-11. During the session the Turkish companies will meet with Belarusian businessmen to conduct bilateral talks.

A Turkish delegation will include representatives of the companies manufacturing food, clothes and textile, construction materials, household appliances, mechanical and transport vehicles, electrical appliances, furniture, leather.

The Belarusian-Turkish Business Council was set up in 1992 with the assistance of the Belarusian Chamber of Commerce and Industry and the Union of Turkish Chambers and Exchanges. The Council seeks to expand economic links between Belarus and Turkey, develop contacts between businessmen of the two countries. Since the founding the Council has held nine joint sessions for 800 Belarusian and Turkish companies.