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Belarus, Moldova open trade center in Chisinau

The presidents of Belarus and Moldova toured a new commercial trade center in Chisinau, Moldova, on Thursday that will sell items from Keramin, a Belarusian producer of paving tile and sanitary items, as well as items from other Belarusian companies. 

Belarus President Alexander Lukashenko called the opening of the 161,458-square-foot Yanka Kupala Belarusian Cultural Center at the Keremin-Chisinau facility a testament to business cooperation. He also noted that Keramin’s trademark has won Moldova’s “Trademark of the Year” contest, in addition to winning the Gold Mercury Grand Prix for the past decade. 

“It is good that one of the oldest companies in Belarus strengthens its positions on the markets of the Commonwealth of Independent States and Europe every year," Lukashenko said. "Our company is respected by its partners because of the modern style, good design, excellent quality and a wide range of products.”

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