MINSK, 29 April (BelTA) – Belarus and Russia have agreed on stepping up cooperation in the production of medications, the press service of the Belarusian Healthcare Ministry told BelTA.
As a result of a meeting at premises of the Healthcare Ministry the sides agreed that Belarusian specialists will share a list of all the medications made in Belarus with Russian colleagues for the sake of considering additional deliveries of medications to Russia.
Belarusian Deputy Healthcare Minister Boris Androsyuk, Director General of the managing company of the holding company Belpharmprom Sergei Kazakevich, Deputy Head of the Pharmaceutical and Medical Industry Development Department of the Russian Industry and Trade Ministry Yekaterina Shikina, and Deputy Head of AO Tatchempharmpreparaty Aleksandr Anisimov took part in the meeting. The sides discussed cooperation matters, in particular, the substitution of critical imports, including pharmaceutical substances, and the organization of manufacturing cooperation chains.
Later on representatives of the Russian Industry and Trade Ministry visited RUP Belmedpreparaty. A meeting with heads of enterprises belonging to the holding company Belpharmprom took place there.