Businesses exporting to Belarus should expect obstacles, warns Lithuanian ambassador

As Belarus has joined the Eurasian Economic Union, companies developing their production in this country will enjoy new opportunities, however, businesses exporting to Belarus or transit of goods should expect certain difficulties, says Evaldas Ignatavičius, Lithuania's ambassador to Belarus.
Evaldas Ignatavičius
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