Belarus is set to lay out its proposals to ensure economic security at the meeting of the Parliamentary Assembly of the Central European Initiative (CEI) in Minsk on 28 November. The forum expects a record high number of participants. Belarus’ proposals will pertain to enhancing interaction between countries at the bilateral and multilateral level, strengthening technological cooperation, including the implementation of joint projects, and also matters related to information security, the preservation of culture and traditions of CEI member-states.