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30 May 2024, 19:17

BelCCI head names promising areas of cooperation with Kazakhstan

MINSK, 30 May (BelTA) - Chairman of the Belarusian Chamber of Commerce and Industry (BelCCI) Mikhail Myatlikov named promising areas of cooperation with Kazakhstan, BelTA has learned.

“Belarus and Kazakhstan enjoy a deep history of friendship. Our countries demonstrate great potential for mutually beneficial cooperation in different sectors - from agriculture to high technologies and innovations. Cooperation is actively developing in the industrial sector, including machine building, chemical and petrochemical industries. The parties successfully implement joint investment projects. An important area is the development of cooperation in the transportation and logistics sector, which is especially important in the light of the development of new Eurasian trade routes. At the same time, we see a great untapped potential of our relations. For example, joint efforts to enter the markets of third countries, especially within the framework of the EAEU and the SCO, could significantly strengthen our positions in the global market. Great prospects are also open in such areas as information technology, biotechnology and green energy,” Mikhail Myatlikov said.

In his words, last year Belarus was very active in the market of Kazakhstan, participating in various exhibitions. Among them were InterFood Astana, FoodExpo Qazaqstan 2023 in Almaty, INNOPROM Kazakhstan and others. "The total area of Belarusian expositions at Kazakhstan expos in 2023 amounted to almost 1,000 square meters. About 50 Belarusian enterprises took part in the events. This is a significant contribution to the treasury of our economic cooperation. This year, Belarus is also featured at InterFood Astana which is running these days," Mikhail Myatlikov said. 

He noted that Belarus had a surplus in trade with Kazakhstan. About 40 companies with Belarusian share operate in Kazakhstan. Regular business relations are maintained with 170 dealerships.

A roundtable was held in Minsk as part of the Belarusian-Kazakh Business Council meeting. "Ten companies from Kazakhstan and more than 30 Belarusian enterprises were present in the hall. They had substantive negotiations which will yield results in the future," Mikhail Myatlikov added.
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