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05 February 2024, 16:11

Vice premier names cooperation priorities for Belarus, Russia’s Kamchatka

MINSK, 5 February (BelTA) - Deputy Prime Minister Piotr Parkhomchik outlined priorities for cooperation as he met with Governor of Russia's Kamchatka Krai Vladimir Solodov on 5 February, BelTA has learned.

Piotr Parkhomchik named several priority topics that represent mutual interest for the parties. He named trade among them. “There should be no barriers here. Bilateral deliveries should be carried out without restrictions and intermediaries, so that the efficiency of transactions would be maximally beneficial for producers,” the deputy prime minister emphasized.

He also emphasized such an important area of cooperation as industry. “Belarus has not just preserved its industry, but has invested a lot in its development. You will see this when you visit MTZ, MAZ, BelAZ, and AMKODOR. You will see how many new, innovative products these enterprises produce. Their products are in demand not only in Russia, but also far beyond its borders,” the deputy prime minister said.

According to him, Belarus can offer Kamchatka Krai the whole range of passenger vehicles. “These are the vehicles both on diesel fuel and gas. We can also offer electric buses, trolleybuses, and trams. These vehicles are made not only in Belarus but also in some regions of the Russian Federation according to our technological documentation, under our control in cooperation with Russian colleagues. Such enterprises operate in Nizhny Novgorod and Ufa,” Piotr Parkhomchik said.  

"We are also ready to provide the Russian region with the widest range of utility vehicles: all kinds of machines for street cleaning, garbage removal, snow collection and removal. Our vehicles have proved their worth. They work in different climatic conditions and satisfy the needs of consumers," he said. "We also produce the full range of farm machines."  

The parties are well-positioned to build successful cooperation in the field of agriculture. "We have long ensured our food security and today we export a lot of agricultural products. Our products are of very high quality. We are very proud of this," the deputy prime minister said.

"In general, we have something to offer you, and you have something to offer us. We are always in favor of two-way cooperation. I hope your visit to Belarus will be productive and effective," Piotr Parkhomchik added.
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