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14 October 2021, 11:25

Russia's Primorsky Krai seeks to buy more products from Belarus

Photos courtesy of the Belarusian Chamber of Commerce and Industry
Photos courtesy of the Belarusian Chamber of Commerce and Industry

MINSK, 14 October (BelTA) – Primorsky Krai of Russia would like to buy more Belarusian products. This matter was discussed on the sidelines of the Days of the Republic of Belarus in Vladivostok, BelTA informs citing the website of the Belarusian Chamber of Commerce and Industry.

The program of the Days of the Republic of Belarus in Vladivostok included a festival of Belarusian products, an exposition of machinery and a business forum that brought together over 60 local companies interested in cooperation with Belarus. The parties considered a possibility to increase deliveries of Belarusian products to Primorsky Krai retail chains and discussed promising cooperation projects.

The opening ceremony of the festival of Belarusian products was attended by Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of Belarus to Russia Vladimir Semashko, Primorsky Krai Governor Oleg Kozhemyako and Mogilev Oblast Governor Leonid Zayats. They welcomed strong ties between the peoples of the two countries, common traditions and culture, as well as active business contacts between the region despite the distance, including between Primorsky Krai and Mogilev Oblast.

The festival was held on the main square of Vladivostok. Eleven Belarusian manufacturers showcased their products, including dairy products, meat delicacies, confectionery and bakery products. The exhibitors included Babushkina Krynka, Kobrin Butter and Cheese Making Factory, meat factories from Brest, Bobruisk, Mogilev and Pinsk, Domochay Bakery and Confectionery Company, Krasny Pischevik and Kommunarka. The Lenta company presented curtains and home textiles, and the Polesie clothing factory showcased a wide range of women's, men's and children's knitwear.

The machinery exhibition featured BELARUS tractors by Minsk Tractor Works, as well as machinery made by AMKODOR, Gomselmash, Lidselmash, as well as tires by Belshina.

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