Chinese language on information signs at railway station in Mahilou
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Mahilou is yet another Belarusian city after Minsk and Brest where Chinese appeared on information tables.
Signs are now dubbed in Chinese at the railway station in Mahilou, reports the local website Mogilev.online.
“Cooperation between Mahilou and China is expanding every day. This can be seen with a naked eye - not from abstract official bulletins. The Chinese have already presented a fireworks and electric buses for the city. We are also set to launch a joint production of cranes. The Chinese signs on information boards at the railway station are a fresh example of this expanding cooperation," the website writes.
The Police and Toilet signs can now also be read in Chinese.
The Chinese language earlier appeared at the railways stations in Minsk and Brest.