The Minsk Days kicked off in the capital of Georgia today and will will last for two days, the Belarusian embassy in Georgia said.
Minsk Mayor Andrei Shoretz and his Tbilisi counterpart Kakha Kaladze plan to sign a trade and economic cooperation program for 2018-2020. The program defines the areas of partnership in economy, tourism, culture, education, transportation, and housing.
In addition, the capitals will establish a mutual art exchange between cultural institutions, cooperation between municipal theaters, will organize exhibitions of works by art school students, music competitions, and implement museum projects.
The parties will also share the promising practices and scientific developments in the system of supplementary education for adults, participate in educational programs, internship programs, scientific conferences held in the Minsk City Institute of Education Development.
Minsk and Tbilisi intend to exchange experience in the fields of public city transport, road traffic management, and build the infrastructure to operate eco-friendly electric buses.
It is expected that the Days of Minsk in Tbilisi will boost cooperation in various fields. The program envisages business, cultural and sporting events, BelTA reported.