On September 3, Belarusian Foreign Minister Uladzimir Makey will pay a working visit to Bratislava (Slovak Republic) for participation in the European Union (EU) and Eastern Partnership (EaP) Informal Ministerial Meeting.
During the meeting, the regional situation and prospects for the EaP development will be discussed.
It will be his second trip to the EU for a week.
On Thursday, Makey took part in the informal Ministerial Meeting of the OSCE participating States held in Potsdam (Germany) and presented Belarus’ vision of the current developments in security sphere in the OSCE area highlighting in particular the escalation of tensions and the increase in various threats.
The Belarusian Foreign Minister called on the OSCE partners to engage in joint activities aimed at restoring the viability of the conventional arms control regime in Europe, harmonizing the ongoing integration processes and facilitating the settlement of current conflicts, including that in Ukraine. He reconfirmed the readiness of Belarus to contribute by all means possible to the above-mentioned processes, the press service of the Ministry of foreign Affairs reports.