The commission supervising the development of co-operation between Belarus and Moscow Region will sit in Mogilev September 18-19, press secretary of the Belarusian Foreign Ministry Andrei Popov said at a briefing on Thursday.
The sitting will focus on co-operation in the spheres of industry and science, in particular, the development of trade and logistics centers in Ramenskoye and Odintsovo districts (Moscow Region).
Other issues on the agenda include co-operation in the spheres of culture, education, sport and tourism.
The Belarusian part of the commission will be headed by Vice Premier Andrei Kobyakov, and the head of the Russian part will be vice chairman of the government of Moscow Region Vasily Gromov.
Moscow Region is Belarus' second largest trade partner in Russia.
In January-July 2007 the trade turnover between Belarus and Moscow Region reached $1,010.8 million, or 37.5% up on the year. Belarusian export to Moscow Region grew 42.8%, while import increased by 29.7%.
Most of exports fell on ferrous metals, polymers, plastic, dairy goods, furniture. Imports consisted of polymers, electric appliances, foodstuffs and chemicals.