MINSK, 29 March (BelTA) – Perm Territory is interested in working out an agreement on cooperation in forest sector with Belarus, the press service of the Belarusian Forestry Ministry told BelTA.
Belarusian Forestry Minister Vitaly Drozhzha met with Deputy Chairman of the Perm Territory Government Aleksandr Borisov on 29 March.
Aleksandr Borisov said: “The establishment of tighter relations, including in the sphere of business processes, is among strategic tasks. We are interested in tapping into your positive experience and in exchanging the vision of burning problems.”
In his words, Perm Territory is rich in forests and large industrial enterprises operate in the region, this is why the visit to Belarus was not an accident. Aleksandr Borisov also underlined interest in working out an agreement on cooperation in the sphere of forest sector.
Belarusian Forestry Minister Vitaly Drozhzha noted that today's reality forces Belarus and Russia to hold each other's hands more tightly and establish closer information exchange.
Vitaly Drozhzha and Aleksandr Borisov discussed a number of matters starting with the growing of saplings and ending with hunting industry. The Perm Territory delegation head underlined that Russia had heavily tapped into Belarusian legislation in the course of working out laws and regulations on hunting. Close attention was paid to Belarus' manufacturing potential in the sphere of mechanization of forest industry operations.