The delegation of Minsk Oblast is on a business visit in China

The delegation of Minsk Oblast is on a business visit in Chongqing, China. This multi-million city, located in the southeastern part of Sichuan, is the twin city of the central region.

The cooperation of Minsk Oblast and Chongqing began in 2002. It was then that an agreement was signed on cooperation in the trade, economic, scientific, technical and cultural fields. But these interregional relations have received special development in recent years.

Commodity turnover between the Minsk region and Chongqing has significantly increased, and cultural ties are growing stronger. So, the head of the main department of ideological work, culture and youth affairs of the Minsk Oblast Executive Committee, Tatyana Khmel, noted that Chongqing representatives are interested in developing joint projects and sharing experience. As part of a business trip, a meeting will be held with the Director of Culture and Tourism of Chongqing City, where further prospects for cooperation will be discussed. In addition, the delegation will visit the Bolshoi Hall, the Chongqing Ballet School, the Belarusian Center for Cultural and Tourism Products.

The delegation also includes the media.

- We invited our partners to participate - STV channel, as well as regional media. It is necessary to strengthen information exchange between the two regions. We will talk about the beautiful city of Chongqing, and our Chinese colleagues will write about the Minsk region, ”added Tatyana Khmel.

The program for the media promises to be eventful. One of the highlights of the long route will be an excursion to the Chongqing Radio and Television Broadcasting Corporation. But the main event of the visit will be a concert dedicated to the 70th anniversary of the founding of the People's Republic of China. The event will be attended by Plissa folk vocal ensemble from the Smolevichi district. The team will perform with original and folk compositions on the festive stage.

The visit will last until October 1, inclusive.

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