Moldova and the Belarusian region of Mogilev plan to bolster trade, BelTA learned from Chairman of the Mogilev Oblast Executive Committee Vladimir Domanevsky following the official meeting with Moldovan Ambassador to Belarus Victor Sorocean on 21 June.
According to him, Moldova is the oblast's fourth largest importer and trade partner, trailing only Russia, Ukraine, and Kazakhstan.
Mogilev Oblast buys Moldovan fruits and vegetables and sells elevators, chipboards, chemical products, and tractors.
“I believe that there is considerable room for developing cooperation in all fields. We may establish business networks and set up joint ventures,” the Mogilev Oblast governor pointed out. In turn, Viktor Sorochan stressed that Moldova and Mogilev Oblast can at least double trade by ramping up the supplies of fruits, vegetables, and alcoholic beverages.