The Days of Belarus in Moscow involving politicians, businessmen, public and culture figures of the republic will be held on September 27-30.
About 50 events in the spheres of trade and economic and business co-operation, exhibition and fair activities, culture, art and sport will be held as part of the Days of Belarus.
On September 30 acting Belarussian Prime Minister Sergei Sidorsky will participate in the session of the Moscow Government.
The sides are to sign the programme of the Moscow and Belarussian governments on the development of trade and economic co-operation for 2004-2006.
According to the information of the Belarussian Permanent Committee in Russia, Moscow is the largest trade and economic partner of the country. 34.5 per cent of Russian-Belarussian trade turnover and 42.4 per cent of Belarussian export to Russia fall on Moscow.
The Days of Belarus in Moscow will close with a gala concert in the Rossiya State Central Concert Hall.
Following the summit in Riga on November 30, NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg explained how the alliance could respond to Russia's 'new aggression against Ukraine.'