MINSK, 5 October (BelTA) - Belarus will become a partner country of the international industrial fair Innoprom in 2023, BelTA learned from the Industry Ministry.
Russia-Belarus relations meet the spirit of good-neighborliness and strategic partnership. The countries maintain an active and constructive dialogue on several tracks: bilateral, the Union State, and the Eurasian Economic Union. A number of large mutually beneficial projects are currently in progress in key areas of industry: automotive, radio electronics, light industry, agricultural machinery, etc.
The participation of Belarus as a partner country in Innoprom will serve as an additional powerful incentive for expanding industrial and technological cooperation between the two states.
The 13th edition of Innoprom will be held in Yekaterinburg on 10-13 July 2023. The fair will present current technologies in the field of automation of production, production of components, transport engineering, technologies for cities and other promising areas of industry.
The fair draws more than 600 exhibiting companies, about 40,000 visitors every year. The business program traditionally includes more than 100 events: roundtables and discussions with the participation of heads of companies - key industrial players, the largest international industry associations and specialized state institutions.
In 2022, Kazakhstan acted as a partner country of Innoprom, in 2021 it was Italy, in previous years those were Turkey, the Republic of Korea, Japan, India and China.