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22 November 2022, 10:34

Belarus, Udmurtia sign action plan in furtherance of extensive cooperation agreement

Dmitry Matusevich
Dmitry Matusevich

MINSK, 22 November (BelTA) – The action plan signed with the Udmurt Republic will give impetus to bilateral cooperation, Chairman of the State Property Committee Dmitry Matusevich said, BelTA learned from the press service of the State Property Committee.

The 2023-2025 action plan was signed in furtherance of the agreement on cooperation in trade, economy, science and technology, environmental conservation, humanitarian matters and culture that was concluded between the governments of Belarus and the Udmurt Republic. The action plan was signed by Chairman of the State Property Committee Dmitry Matusevich and Head of Russia's Udmurt Republic Aleksandr Brechalov.

The document includes 38 points and covers cooperation in manufacturing, agriculture, construction, transport, healthcare, education and science, culture and other areas.

“Today we are facing new and dynamically changing tasks. Belarus and the Udmurt Republic have a good history of cooperation. However, I am convinced that the action plan will give a fresh impetus to bilateral contacts, and will also strengthen and expand our interaction, which is especially important in the face of the sanctions,” Dmitry Matusevich said as he signed the document.

The action plan provides for the development and optimization of the commodity distribution network, the participation of Belarusian manufacturers of trucks, agricultural, forestry, road construction and municipal machinery and equipment in infrastructure upgrade programs of the Udmurt Republic, cooperation in agriculture and diversification of supplies of Belarusian building materials.

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