MINSK, April 18. /TASS/. Belarus has received an invitation from the EU to attend the events set to be held on May 13 in Brussels, timed to the 10th anniversary of the Eastern Partnership, Belarusian Foreign Minister Vladimir Makei told reporters on Thursday.
"We are examining the offers, examining the format of the events and their content. We will present the corresponding offers to the head of state [Alexander Lukashenko]," the minister said, cited by the BelTA agency.
In response to a question on whether the Belarusian leader should attend the events, Makei said: "There are many visits, it is important that they bring concrete results."
Earlier, the EU embassy in Minsk confirmed that Lukashenko, along with the leaders of the states forming part of the Eastern Partnership project (Armenia, Azerbaijan, Moldova, Georgia, Ukraine) have been invited to a dinner in Brussels on May 13 timed to the tenth anniversary of the partnership. In 2017, Makei attended the Eastern Partnership summit.