: Baltic Course: Belarusian-EU Investment Forum set to go ahead in Vienna

13:11 May. 6, 2016

Baltic Course: Belarusian-EU Investment Forum set to go ahead in Vienna

General view from Austrian UNO City building, Oct. 7, 2005 (AP Photo)

Austria will host ‘Promoting EU Investments in Belarus' Forum this May

On 24 May 2016, Vienna (Austria) will host a Belarusian-EU Investment Forum entitled ‘Promoting EU Investments in Belarus', reported BC the Embassy of Belarus in Latvia.

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The venue will be the Federal Economic Chamber of Austria supported both by the European Union and Republic of Belarus.

The Forum will be inaugurated by Johannes Hahn, EU Commissioner for European Neighbourhood Policy & Enlargement Negotiations, Vasily Matyushevsky, First Deputy Prime Minister of Belarus, Alain Pilloux, Vice-President of the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development, and Christoph Leitl, President of the Austrian Federal Economic Chamber.

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The Investment Forum is projected to encompass around 150 representatives of the largest European companies, international financial institutions as well as bodies of governance from Belarus and the EU.

In particular, the Belarusian delegation will include senior officials from the Ministry of Economy, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, National Bank, Belarusian Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Development Bank, National Agency for Investments and Privatization, Great Stone Industrial Park.

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