The Minister of Industry of Belarus met with the President of Serbia

Official website of the Republic of Belarus 17 September 2021 19:14

Industry Minister Pyotr Parkhomchik, who is on a visit to Belgrade at the head of the Belarusian delegation, met with President of the Republic of Serbia Alexander Vucic on September 17. This was reported to BelTA by the Embassy of our country in Serbia.

"During the meeting, the high level of relations between the two countries was confirmed and the potential for the development and deepening of economic ties was noted," the message reads.

The Belarusian delegation, which includes the heads of leading industrial enterprises, also held meetings in the Government of Serbia, the Ministry of Economy, the Ministry of Internal Affairs, the Belgrade City Hall.

The Co-Chairman of the intergovernmental commission on trade and economic cooperation, Nenad Popovich, drew attention to specific areas for using the existing potential.

State Secretary of the Ministry of Economy of the Republic of Serbia Dragan Stevanovic noted the readiness of the Serbian side to implement projects to create joint ventures in Serbia.

The Minister of Internal Affairs of the Republic of Serbia, Alexander Vulin, stated the need for Serbian specialists to familiarize themselves with the fire extinguishing equipment produced in Belarus and expressed interest in exploring opportunities for joint production of fire engines in Serbia.

The visit of the Minister of Industry will continue on September 18 in the city of Novi Sad, where a presentation of the industrial potential of the Republic of Belarus will be organized within the framework of the 88th International Agricultural Exhibition. The event is expected to be attended by officials of Serbia, the Autonomous province of Vojvodina, the Chamber of Commerce of Serbia, representatives of Serbian business.

It is planned to sign a memorandum of intent on the creation of an assembly production of electric buses.

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