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Diplomatic relations with Belarus

Diplomatic relations with Belarus

By Staff Writer - June 9, 2016

 

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A joint communique on the establishment of diplomatic relations between Belarus and Monaco was signed at the Belarusian Embassy in France on 15 April.

A joint communique said that relations will be developed in accordance with the UN Charter and international law to consolidate peace and security. They will be based on the principles of equality among nations, respect for national sovereignty, independence, international arrangements, territorial integrity and non-interference in the internal affairs of other countries. The establishment of diplomatic relations between Belarus and Monaco will facilitate the development of bilateral ties. Monaco is the 175th country to establish diplomatic relations with Belarus.

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