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29 May 2015

Kobyakov: Belarus, Tajikistan have economic cooperation prospects

Kobyakov: Belarus, Tajikistan have economic cooperation prospects

BURABAY, 29 May (BelTA) – Belarus and Tajikistan have trade and economic cooperation prospects, Belarus’ Premier Andrei Kobyakov said as he met with his Tajikistan counterpart Kokhir Rasulzoda on 28 May, BelTA informs.

“Our countries have prospects in trade and economic cooperation. We have always viewed Tajikistan as a big and reliable friend in Central Asia. We will continue to increase mutual trade,” Andrei Kobyakov said. The Belarusian head of government stated that the economic situation worldwide had recently complicated, which affected the trade between Belarus and Tajikistan. Andrei Kobyakov expressed confidence, however, that the trade and economic cooperation between the two countries would receive a new impetus.

Belarus’ Premier Andrei Kobyakov met with his Tajikistan counterpart Kokhir RasulzodaAccording to Kokhir Rasulzoda, Belarus and Tajikistan enjoy confidential relations that have been steadily developing. “Belarus is one of our central partners. We have a lot of opportunities for joint work,” he said.

The parties noted that there are ways to increase mutual trade. In particular, they discussed cooperation in light industry, agriculture, energy and humanitarian issues. Andrei Kobyakov and Kokhir Rasulzoda discussed prospects for setting up joint manufacturing facilities, Belarus’ participation in the construction of a hydro-electric power plant in Tajikistan.

Andrei Kobyakov and Kokhir Rasulzoda met during the visit of the Belarusian PM to Kazakhstan on 28-29 May.

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