Poland May Take Part in Lida Castle Renovation

Belarus invites Polish investors to participate in the project to renovate Lida Castle. Today is the third day of the visit of the Polish delegation to Belarus, Andrei Naumovich noted. “Yesterday we paid a visit to Lida Castle. I represent Lida District in the parliament, so I would like us to use the opportunity of cross-border cooperation to attract Polish investment to complete the construction works. This project is very important for Belarus,” Andrei Naumovich, Chairman of the Human Rights, National Relations, and Mass Media Commission of the House of Representatives, emphasized.

Arkadiusz Mularczyk, deputy chairman of the Polish-Belarusian parliamentary group, said that the Polish side is glad to have an opportunity to meet with colleagues from the Belarusian parliament, with representatives of the regions and businessmen. “This cooperation is important for us. We would like it to further develop. This is the first visit of the kind, and we invite our colleagues to Poland so that they could get familiar with the parliament, self-government bodies. I think the cooperation will be growing stronger,” the Polish MP noted.

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