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Union of Myanmar Embassy in Islamabad, Pakistan
The Embassy of Myanmar in Islamabad, Pakistan offers a comprehensive array of consulting and consulting activities for Myanmar's and Pakistan's people. Myanmar's Embassy in Islamabad provides support to Pakistan' people through its diplomatic consulates if they so wish: The Myanmar identity card and visas are only available to residents of Myanmar and Pakistan.
It may take several months for Myanmar's visas and passports to be issued. Please consult the Embassy of Myanmar in Islamabad if you have questions regarding visas and passports. The Embassy of Myanmar in Islamabad is Myanmar's only embassy in Pakistan. The Myanmar Embassy in Islamabad is one of 34 Myanmar consulates and embassies around the state.
The Myanmar Embassy in Islamabad is represented in Pakistan by one of 127 international consulates and embassies from around the globe.
Belarus-Myanmar bilateral relations
Diplomacy between the Republic of Belarus and the Republic of Myanmar was initiated on 22 September 1999. In June 2000 H.E. Mr Win Aung, Minister of Foreign Affairs of Myanmar, made an formal trip to the Republic of Belarus. In July 2010 H.E. Sergei Aleinik, Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Belarus, came to the Republic of Myanmar.
In January 2011, H.E. U Maung Myint, Deputy Foreign Minister of the Republic of Myanmar, returned to the Republic of Belarus. H.E. Vladimir Goshin presented his epistles of faith on February 10, 2017 as an extraordinary and authorized ambassador of the Republic of Belarus and the Republic of Myanmar (simultaneously).
In September 2011 H.E. Sergei Martynov, Foreign Minister of the Republic of Belarus, met H.E. Wunna Maung Lwin, Foreign Minister of the Republic of Myanmar, at the UN General Assembly in New York. Aung Moe Myint, a Myanmar national, was named Honorary Consul of the Republic of Belarus in the Republic of Myanmar in 2011.
In December 2011, the Prime Minister of the Republic of Belarus, Mikhail Myasnikovich, made an formal trip to the Republic of Myanmar, which became one of the most significant occurrences in the annals of our bi-lateralism. In the margins of the meeting, the 1st Belarus-Myanmar Economic Forum was held, attended by some 200 Myanmar enterprises.
In December 2012, the National Exhibition of the Republic of Belarus, which was established at the Rangoon International Fair in the Republic of Myanmar, drew 56 Belarussian businesses and organisations. In November 2013, consultations were conducted between the Foreign Ministries of Belarus and Myanmar at Deputy Minister and Mr Valentin Rybakov and Mr Thant Kyaw led the two missions.
On 1 November 2013 the first meeting of the Joint Committee on Trade and Economic Cooperation between Belarus and Myanmar was held in Nay Pyi Taw under the chairmanship of Valentin Rybakov, Deputy Foreign Minister of the Republic of Belarus, and Khin San Yee, Deputy Minister for National Planning and Economic Development of the Republic of Myanmar.
The Myanmar parliamentarian mission headed by the President of the House of Nationalities of the Parliament of the Republic of Myanmar Khin Aung Myint paid an formal tour of the Republic of Belarus in May 2015. The Myanmar mission met the President of the Republic of Belarus Alexander Lukashenko, the Prime Minister of the Republic of Belarus Andrei Kobyakov, the President of the House of Representatives of the Republic of Belarus Vladimir Andreichenko and the President of the Council of the Republic Mikhail Myasnikovich during the meeting.
Vladimir Andreichenko emphasized during the parliamentary session that a working group on co-operation with the Parliament of Myanmar was established in the National Assembly of the fifth inauguration. At the Council of the Republic, the representative of the two republics initialled the definitive memorandum on the Myanmar delegation's mission to Belarus.
Arkady Salikov, Chairman of the Belarus Commodities Bourse, made a working trip to Myanmar in October 2016 and met with Myanmar business people and high-ranking civil servants of the Union of Myanmar Federation of Chambers of Commerce and Industry. In 2016, the major exports to Myanmar were specialised machinery, fertilizer, televisions, displays, viewers and hydrazines.