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7 Sep 2015

Belarus encourages Kyrgyzstan to implement joint manufacturing projects faster

GRODNO DISTRICT, 7 September (BelTA) – Belarus suggests faster implementation of joint manufacturing projects to Kyrgyzstan. Prime Minister of Belarus Andrei Kobyakov made the relevant statement as he met with Kyrgyzstan head of government Temir Sariyev on 7 September, BelTA has learned.

Andrei Kobyakov pointed out that Belarus-Kyrgyzstan trade has been falling in the last few years. The Belarusian head of government attributed the trend to objective reasons. “The governments have to take care of the problems so that people would not feel their impact. Apart from trade interaction efforts should be channeled into promoting manufacturing cooperation. All the more so we have positive experience,” said the Belarusian head of government. “We are very much interested in getting the joint tractor manufacturing project to reach the planned output. We support your interest in setting up an enterprise to jointly manufacture several harvester models. We are interested in serious deliveries of mining machines,” he added.

Temir Sariyev noted it was his first visit as the head of government of a full-fledged member of the Eurasian Economic Union. He thanked the Belarusian side for support and understanding and remarked that there are things worth discussing at the session of the Eurasian Intergovernmental Council in Grodno. “After opening borders and customs posts Kyrgyzstan has run into certain issues that need to be addressed,” he said.

A session of the Eurasian Intergovernmental Council will take place in Grodno on 8 September. The agenda includes ways to ensure macroeconomic and financial stability in the Eurasian Economic Union, matters concerning the coordinated industrial policy, the development of relations with foreign countries and international organizations, the formation of the common market of services. The sides are expected to sign an agreement on carrying out a pilot project in 2015-2016 for the sake of introducing identification labels for articles of clothing, apparel accessories, and other goods made of natural fur. The sides will also sign an agreement on coordinating actions to protect rights to intellectual property assets. A number of bilateral meetings will take place.

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