Lukashenko Proposes Unifying Russia, China, and Belarus’ Industrial Policies

While Speaking with Chinese media, Belarus President Alexander Lukashenko proposed that Russia, China, and Belarus unify their industrial policies to promote and boost economic profitability.

Lukashenko stated that “Recently, Russia and I have decided that Belarus and Russia have a common industrial policy,” further suggesting “Why not connect to China? Let’s start with Belarus, and then unite with the three of us: Russia, Belarus and China. A large field of activity.”

While referencing the joint China–Belarus “Great Stone” Industrial Park, which seeks to be an economic hub between the two countries, Lukashenko said “The bridgehead is good, if I may say so, profitable. Come and work. It will be useful for both you and us.”