Sri Lanka delegation in Belarus seeking new markets and investments

Friday, 17 May 2013 - 13:21



A Sri Lankan delegation has arrived in the Belarus capital of Minsk to enhance bilateral relations, especially in trade, tourism and investments.

The Sri Lankan delegation is in Minsk to explore prospects of implementing joint projects between the two countries and new markets for Sri Lankan products, and seek investment opportunities.

Bilateral trade between Belarus and Sri Lanka in 2012 totaled 42.6 million dollars while Sri Lanka's exports to Belarus only amounted to 9.1 million dollars

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