MINSK, 23 October (BelTA) – Belarus and Slovakia intend to intensify bilateral cooperation in science and technology and implement four joint projects in nanotechnology and biotechnology. This matter was in focus of a meeting between Deputy Chairman of Belarus' State Committee on Science and Technology Sergei Shcherbakov and State Secretary of Slovakia's Ministry of Education, Science, Research and Sport Olga Nachtmannova, BelTA learned from the press service of the committee.
The parties also discussed prospects of cooperation in agribusiness, healthcare, medical technologies, pharmaceutics, and new materials. “Ties between Belarusian and Slovakian scientists and specialists get stronger every year. These ties can give a powerful impetus to the development of innovation, scientific and technical cooperation between the two countries,” Sergei Shcherbakov noted.
Belarus-Slovakia scientific and technical cooperation is pursued in line with the appropriate agreement of 27 April 2017. The first session of the Belarusian-Slovakian commission on cooperation in science and technology took place in Minsk on 25 September 2018.More about Society