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15 January 2024, 14:37

Belarus ready to expand cooperation with Russia’s Vladimir Oblast

MINSK, 15 January (BelTA) – Belarus is ready to intensify trade and economic cooperation with Russia’s Vladimir Oblast, Belarus’ Deputy Economy Minister Tatiana Brantsevich said during the Day of Vladimir Oblast at the Russia International Exhibition and Forum at VDNKh in Moscow, BelTA learned from the press service of the Economy Ministry.
 
The deputy economy minister studied the exposition of Vladimir Oblast and held a series of meetings on the sidelines of the event.
 
Tatiana Brantsevich met with Vladimir Oblast Governor Aleksandr Avdeyev and his first deputy Aleksandr Remiga to discuss the implementation of the 2024-2027 cooperation agreement in trade, economy, science, technology, social security and culture between the Government of Belarus and the Vladimir Oblast administration.

The deputy economy minister noted that the Belarusian side is determined to fulfil its obligations in full. The parties also discussed preparations for the visit of the Belarusian delegation led by the economy minister to Vladimir Oblast.
 
Tatiana Brantsevich met with Vladimir Mayor Dmitry Naumov to assess prospects of cooperation with local enterprises. The deputy economy minister expressed her readiness to assist with networking and asked to be informed about tenders for the purchase of equipment and materials for organizations and enterprises in Vladimir. Belarusian producers, including elevator manufacturers, are ready to participate in such tenders.
 
Tatiana Brantsevich had a meeting with Head of the Petushki District administration of Vladimir Oblast Aleksandr Kurbatov to examine prospects for building a water intake in the village of Gorodishchi in this district, as well as cooperation between Belarusian enterprises and the district.
 
Plans to launch a joint venture in Belarus were discussed with Generium deputy director Dmitry Kudlai.

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