According to the data of World Justice Project, Belarus ranked 43 out of 126 countries on civil justice. Belarus' score places it at the 1st place out of 13 countries in the Eastern Europe and Central Asian region and 11 out of 38 among upper middle-income countries. 
The key point is that civil justice in Belarus is open for both domestic companies and foreign ones. Any foreign company can recover debts from its Belarusian partner, having various procedures available for that purpose.
Specific attention is to be paid to a simplified procedure of debt collection called "writ proceedings", which allows a foreign company to save a deal of time and money in comparison with debt collection through action proceedings. Moreover, Belarusian law allows initiating writ proceedings even when the parties have an arbitration or prorogation (a concrete state court is chosen) clause in their contract.
Writ proceedings: introduction
The law of Belarus provides for an opportunity to initiate a simplified procedure of debt collection – writ proceedings – to recover debts from a company or a private entrepreneur, registered in Belarus  .
The peculiarity and undeniable advantage of writ proceedings is that the case is considered by court without summoning the parties, solely on the basis of written evidence provided by them  . In comparison with action proceedings, the case in writ proceedings is considered much faster and the state duty for consideration of an application for commencement of writ proceedings is lower than for consideration of a statement of claim.