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15 Mar 2016

Tatarstan offers to build medical simulation center in Belarus

KAZAN, 15 March (BelTA) – Russia’s Tatarstan can design and build a medical simulation center in Belarus. A relevant offer was made during the visit of Belarus’ Prime Minister Andrei Kobyakov to the regional medical simulation engineering center Medical Science Center Eidos on 15 March, BelTA has learned.

During the visit, Andrei Kobyakov learned about the activities of the medical simulation center and the process of laboratory training of students.

“Tatarstan can build a medical simulation center in Belarus using Russian technologies that are two times cheaper than the foreign ones and are better adjusted to the treatment techniques used in the Commonwealth of Independent States,” Eidos General Director Lenar Valeyev noted.

He pointed out that all the equipment is designed and manufactured in Tatarstan. “The equipment is very similar to foreign analogues both quantitatively and qualitatively. In some aspects, it is even better,” Lenar Valeyev stressed. The project can be implemented within one year. It will cost from RUB100 million to RUB200 million depending on the chosen package of equipment.

The regional medical simulation engineering center Medical Science Center Eidos was founded in 2013. It develops high-tech medical solutions in cooperation with the leading research and manufacturing companies. The engineering center aims for supporting small and medium-sized enterprises of the sector.

The activities of the Medical Science Center include assimilation of the measures of government support for SMEs; coordination of programs of the already existing and future SME promotion institutions such as technology parks, the cluster development center, the export promotion center, and Tatarstan’s Guarantee Fund; development of joint programs with banks, leasing companies, investment and venture funds to finance projects of local companies; attraction of international and Russian engineering companies to Tatarstan; establishment of a permanent platform for interaction between engineering companies and their customers.

The list of its members includes more than 50 small and medium-sized enterprises.

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