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16 Mar 2017

Nearly 50 Indian companies to attend Healthcare of Belarus expo

MINSK, 16 March (BelTA) – About 50 Indian companies will showcase their products at the international exhibition Healthcare of Belarus 2017. The expo will take place as part of the Belarusian Medical Forum on 21-24 March, BelTA learnt from the website of the Healthcare Ministry.

India will be a partner country of the expo. Indian companies will display a united exposition of the country’s latest achievements in healthcare.

Some stands will feature the medical sectors of Poland and Latvia. They are organized by the trade and investment promotion department of the Polish embassy in Belarus and the Latvian Investment and Development Agency.

Healthcare of Belarus is the country’s biggest medical expo that is traditionally attended by leaders of the medical and pharmaceutical industry, developers of new technologies in disease diagnostics and treatment. The expo annually gathers about 200 leading producers and distributors of medical equipment, services, medications and medical products from Belarus and other countries.

According to Healthcare Minister Valery Malashko, innovative solutions and technologies are implemented in the country’s clinics. Highly qualified specialists and advanced medical equipment are needed to meet the patient’s needs in diagnostics and treatment. The exhibition will feature high quality equipment which will be installed in the country’s clinics and other healthcare institutions in the near future.

The expo will be held in the Football Manege (20/2 Pobeditelei Prospect). The exhibition is organized by the Healthcare Ministry of Belarus in cooperation with the Technics and Communications Company.

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