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Belarus would like to see more investments and bigger trade with Israel, Belarus' Vice Premier Mikhail Rusy said during a meeting of the Belarus-Israel joint committee on trade and economic cooperation in Minsk on 13 March, BelTA has learned.
In 2016, the trade between Belarus and Israel amounted to $93 million. Mikhail Rusy thinks that the two countries should tap into the possibilities to expand the bilateral cooperation in trade and economy. “Belarus possesses enough resources to increase supplies of food and other high-quality goods that are popular in Israel,” Mikhail Rusy added. Moreover, Belarus is ready to advance the jointly manufactured goods to the markets of third countries.