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12 May 2023, 14:17

Bobruisk to host Belarus Investment Forum on 24-25 May

MOGILEV, 12 May (BelTA) - The Belarus Investment Forum will bring together more than 500 participants in Bobruisk on 24- 25 May, BelTA learned from the Mogilev Oblast Executive Committee.

The forum is held annually on the instruction of the Belarusian government. The event is a platform for interaction and networking between Belarusian and foreign business circles and is meant to present to foreign investors the doing business opportunities in Belarus. According to the organizers, the forum will bring together more than 500 participants: representatives of the government and business, opinion leaders in the field of entrepreneurship, resident companies of free economic zones.

The program of the event includes business meetings and expert discussions, during which participants will exchange experience of working in the new geopolitical conditions, receive information about promising economic niches and potential investment projects in Belarus.

The key speakers will include Belarusian First Deputy Prime Minister Nikolai Snopkov, Economy Minister Aleksandr Chervyakov, and Chairman of the Mogilev Oblast Executive Committee Anatoly Isachenko. The forum will be held at two venues in Bobruisk: The Tourist Hotel and Mogilev Regional Drama and Comedy Theater.

The program of the event also includes an exhibition of industrial products and a conference of regional leaders that will focus on foreign trade, investments, industrial parks, infrastructure, and social and economic development.

The 14th edition of the international economic forum The Mill of Success and Minsk Golf Invitational 2023 will be co-located with the forum but will have separate programs. The related thematic events will cover three sections: Import Substitution or Technological Sovereignty; Tourist Flows: New Solutions; and Development Institutions: Time for Insights. They will highlight the opportunities that the Western sanctions have opened up for industrial cooperation in the Eurasian Economic Union, the impetus to innovative development of strategically important sectors of the Belarusian economy, and new investments in tourist facilities.

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