MINSK, 29 September (BelTA) – Syria will study Belarus' best practices in building dairy farms, BelTA learned from the BelInterExpo enterprise at the Belarusian Chamber of Commerce and Industry (BelCCI).
The Made in Belarus exposition of domestic manufacturers debuted at the Rebuild SYRIA Exhibition 2021 that opened in Damascus on 29 September. The exposition features five companies whose products and services can be used in projects to rebuild Syria's infrastructure and economy: MTZ, MAZ, MMZ, Brest Electrotechnical Plant, the EAA-Spetsstroy.
In the run-up to the exhibition, the Belarusian delegation held a number of meetings with representatives of the Syrian business community. In particular, at the meeting with Vice-President of the Syrian Federation of Chambers of Commerce Labib al-Ekhwan, the parties discussed cooperation in water treatment, construction works in Syria, and the supply of agricultural equipment. Belarus' delegation was invited to visit the city of Homs and the Hisyah industrial zone where Belarusian products might also be presented. In turn, the Belarusian delegation invited the vice-president of the Syrian Federation of Chambers of Commerce and representatives of the country's agricultural sector to come to Belarus to study its best practices in building dairy farms in Minsk Oblast.
At the meeting with the president of the Homs Chamber of Commerce the parties agreed to hold regular business seminars alternately in the territory of the two countries. They also discussed the export of Belarusian goods and services to Syria.
Cooperation in agriculture, Syria's farm export (fruits, vegetables) to Belarus, export of Belarusian agricultural machinery to Syria, cooperation in animal husbandry and construction of dairy farms were discussed at a meeting in the Federation of the Syrian Chambers of Agriculture.
The prospects for cooperation between the two countries in trade were discussed at a meeting with MP, President of Damascus Countryside Chamber of Commerce Osama Mustafa. It was attended by representatives of the regional business - companies specializing in construction, textiles and clothing, food.
A meeting was also held with members of the Syrian-Belarusian Business Council and with Belarusian Ambassador to Syria Yuri Sluka.
The Made in Belarus exposition of Belarusian manufacturers at the Rebuild SYRIA Exhibition has been organized with the support of the Belarusian Embassy in Syria.
Rebuild Syria has been held in the Syrian capital since 2015. In 2019, it drew 389 companies from 31 countries and was attended by more than 40,000 people.
The Rebuild Syria features thematic sections: Construction Technologies and Building Materials; Finishing and Decorative Products; Kitchens, Bathrooms, Plumbing, Water Supply Technologies; Air conditioning, heating, lighting, power generation and electrical engineering; Oil and gas; Ecology and infrastructure management; Insurance and banking; Communication systems; Information technology and software; Food and beverages.