Belarus-France relations advance a lot over past three years, Prime Minister of Belarus added

Over the past three years Belarus and France have made great progress in promoting the bilateral cooperation, Prime Minister of Belarus Sergei Sidorsky said as he met with Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of France to Belarus Mireille Musso on 15 December.

Mireille Musso will leave Belarus on 18 December upon completing her three-year diplomatic mission. Sergei Sidorsky expressed his regret over her departure. "During the years of your diplomatic mission in Belarus, significant events have taken place in Belarus-France relations," Sergei Sidorsky said addressing the French Ambassador. Over the last thee years, the bilateral trade has grown 1.5 times, the business cooperation significantly advanced. The Premier underlined that the positive changes took place not only in the economic, but also in the political area.

Sergei Sidorsky sincerely thanked Mireille Musso for her work as Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of France to Belarus.

Mireille Musso, on her part, stated, "I am leaving deeply satisfied, with best memories of your country, of hospitable, cordial and courageous Belarusian people. The Belarusian people deserve to be known in Europe." She added that during her diplomatic mission in Belarus she spared no effort to foster relations between Belarus, France and Europe. In her opinion, the bilateral relations have become "more adequate" over the recent years. The French Ambassador expressed hope that "we will get to know each other better" in the next few years.


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