Belarus’ Mogilev Oblast and Russia’s Primorsky Krai are set to increase trade, BelTA learned from the website of the Mogilev Oblast Executive Committee following the meeting of the governors of the two regions.
Mogilev Oblast Governor Leonid Zayats emphasized the prospects of cooperative ties. “United, we could produce a new in-demand product with the planning of supplies to other markets, for instance, the Chinese market,” he said.
In his turn, Primorsky Krai Governor Oleg Kozhemyako hailed the quality of Belarusian food products. “It is important for us that the population, children eat high-quality products of the domestic or Belarusian production,” he said. There is a need to set up trading houses in the network of Russian cities, which will be a valuable took to expand and strengthen partnerships.
According to the Primorsky Krai governor, there is an interest in establishing cooperation in the supply of elevators and rotatory parking lots. There is a need for additional small-scale utility vehicles which showed their worth in Vladivostok and other cities to clean passages and thoroughfares.
The experience of building various facilities and roads is interesting too, Oleg Kozhemyako noted. The achievements and production potential of Mogilev Oblast can be used and replicated in Primorsky Krai on mutually beneficial terms, he said.
Following the negotiations, the parties are set to sign a protocol of intent on cooperation between Mogilev Oblast of Belarus and Russia’s Primorsky Krai.