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Belarus and Kazakhstan intend to advance mutual trade and economic relations, having realized about 30 joint projects for the sum of about $3 billion. The President of Belarus, Alexander Lukashenko, said at the meeting with the President of Kazakhstan, Nursultan Nazarbayev, who arrived in Belarus for an official visit on November 25, the press service of the president of Belorussia informed, the Kazakhstan Today agency reports citing the news agency BELTA.

A. Lukashenko said that the governments of two countries have prepared about 30 projects on creation of joint manufactures, which will be realized in Kazakhstan," the President of Belarus informed.

According to A. Lukashenko, the territory of Kazakhstan can be used as a huge industrial platform with an access to the markets of China and Central Asia.

"The meeting of the heads of states and signing of some bilateral documents is planned for November 26.

As informed earlier, the Presidents of Russia, Kazakhstan and Belarus will sign the Customs Union documents on November 27 in Minsk.


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