The agreement on manufacturing cooperation for making satellites for the remote sensing of Earth will become the core of the interstate program, proposals on which will be presented before members of the Supreme Eurasian Economic Council this autumn.
According to Kazan drivers, the buses offer very soft travel experience and are very reliable. “Certainly, minor repairs are possible. Oil and brake pads may need replacement but capital repairs will not be required since these engines can last forever,” BelTA has been told.
“It is a topical idea today and will be topical tomorrow. We are interested in implementing projects together, primarily with colleagues in the Eurasian Economic Union. We would like to utilize our advantages: the available infrastructure, the relevant competences, and well-trained workforce,” said Igor Lyashenko.
An agreement on interregional cooperation has been signed by the Gomel Oblast Executive Committee and the Chernigov Regional State Administration at a panel session of the 15th Gomel Economic Forum on 25 May,
Sergei Sidorsky said: “The Eurasian Economic Union is a global player on the world agricultural and food market. We have to secure the sustainable development of agricultural output in order to provide the population with all the food it needs.”
In accordance with the national strategy up to 2035, Belarus plans to recycle 20.3% of municipal solid waste in 2018. In other words, the country plans to re-use the fifth part of municipal solid waste as raw materials. The current infrastructure enables us to achieve this goal, Nina Kulbeda said.
We are looking forward to practical implementation of the agreements and elaboration of clear-cut regulations governing the provision of our country with gas and oil and a clear price formula. This is important for us. This is the basis of economics: to understand quantity and cost of raw materials, Igor Lyashenko said.
Among the documents signed during the forum were one investment agreement and eight memorandums of understanding. The documents were signed by Gomel Oblast Governor Vladimir Dvornik and foreign and national investors.
The executive said: “A presidential decree has been drafted to set up the special economic zone Bremino-Orsha. It is now being reviewed by the Council of Ministers. The preferences our zone will get are being discussed now. I think the decision will be made by the end of summer.”