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WARSAW, October 25 /TASS/. Polish entrepreneurs may take part in privatization processes in Belarus, Mateusz Morawiecki, Polish Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Development and Finance, said after a visit to the Belarusian capital of Minsk on Monday.
The Polish vice-premier discussed the development of trade and economic cooperation between the two countries. "We may participate in the privatization processes in Belarus. We have already received an invitation. We are going to discuss that with entrepreneurs in Poland. We have a broad field for cooperation," the Polish Press Agency quoted Morawiecki as saying.
According to him, a list of companies, which could be bought by Polish businessmen, has already been prepared. "We agreed on a list of mid-size enterprises and pretty large companies — such as the fifth largest bank in Belarus for example — which could potentially become items for sale," the Polish deputy prime minister said.
Morawiecki believes that Belarus needs Polish experience and new ideas in various spheres, including in insurance business and banking sector. He is convinced that the arrival of Polish entrepreneurs in Belarus may help develop and strengthen trade exchanges between the two countries.