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Belarusian President Aleksandr Lukashenko visited China last week and met with top Chinese officials. The two sides signed over three dozen agreements and contracts related to trade, industry and agriculture, and discussed other projects for further collaboration.
In November, China issued regulatory requirements that will allow imports of cherries from Pakistan and wheat flour from Belarus, in addition to other food products from these countries.
China's customs agency said that it will start allowing imports of rapeseed meal and soybean meal from Belarus that satisfy certain sanitary and procedural requirements.