Our relationship with Belarus

Engagement between New Zealand and Belarus has increased in recent years, including through a visit to Minsk by the Prime Minister’s Special Envoy Jim Bolger in April 2014, regular accreditation visits from our Embassy in Moscow, and the establishment of Belarus’ formal accreditation to Wellington through its embassy in Canberra. New Zealand also hosted inaugural Foreign Ministry Consultations with Belarus in February this year. Two Belarusian business delegations have also visited New Zealand since 2012.


Trade (year end December 2014)

Total trade in goods 

$24.97 million


Exports to Belarus

$1.18 million 

Top exports: Fish (99.85%)

Imports from Belarus

$23.79 million

Top imports: Fertilisers (96.57%)


US$76.1 billion


Belarus is a founding member of the Eurasian Economic Union.


New Zealand is represented in Belarus by the New Zealand Embassy in Moscow.
Belarus is represented in New Zealand by the Belarusian Embassy in Canberra.
There is an Honorary Consul of Belarus in Wellington.

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ANZAC Day 2018 in Moscow, Russia


The New Zealand Embassy in Moscow invites all New Zealanders and Australians to attend an ANZAC Day service in Moscow on Wednesday 25 April.