Poland wants to increase its cooperation with Belarus in the food industry and pharmaceuticals, the country's Deputy Economy Minister Andrzej Dycha told attendees of a Belarusian-Polish economic forum held in Brest on Wednesday and Thursday.
The two countries have cooperated in these areas in the past, and Poland wants to strengthen cooperation in such areas as information services, international transportation and tourism and furniture production.
Another area of interest for Poland is the quick ascession of Belarus into the World Trade Organization.
“The picture of our cooperation looks good," Dycha said. "But we still can add colors to it. There are no barriers between our countries. We are in permanent contact with our Belarusian counterparts from the economy ministry and the foreign ministry.”
Dycha also said that border crossings between Belarus and Poland should take less time.
“We will try to find solutions together with our Belarusian partners to make border crossing faster and cheaper,” Dycha said.