Byelorussia scheduled to participate in Innoprom 2013
Russian and Byelorussian authorities agree that Byelorussian participating in the upcoming Innoprom signals a spirit of socioeconomic cooperation between the two countries, Ural Business Consulting reports.
Byelorussia participated in Innoprom for the first time in 2012, with a large display highlighting the nation's economic, scientific, and technological developments.
Last year, during the Byelorussian delegation's visit to Yekaterinburg, several meetings were held with Sverdlovsk Governor Evgeny Kuivashev and Prime Minister Denis Pasler in hopes of forging Byelorussian ties with Ural colleges. As a result, the country secured agreements with the Avtomatika Scientific and Production Association, KAMAZ, and the Yekaterinburg Municipal Enterprise of Water Supply and Waste Water Treatment, according to Ural Business Consulting.
During Innoprom 2012, Byelorussia's BelAZ was awarded the fair's Best Industrial Exhibitor.
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