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13 Mar 2017

Lukashenko supports idea of creating conditions for driverless vehicles in Belarus

Lukashenko supports idea of creating conditions for driverless vehicles in Belarus

MINSK, 13 March (BelTA) – Belarus President Alexander Lukashenko supports the idea of creating conditions for the use of driverless cars in the country, IT investor Viktor Prokopenya told reporters on 13 March, BelTA has learned.

“We have voiced the idea of driverless cars. What we need to do now is to develop corresponding regulations for Belarus to allow such vehicles on public roads. Alexander Lukashenko expressed his support for the idea and agreed to have a ride once he has such a chance,” Viktor Prokopenya said.

Lukashenko supports idea of creating conditions for driverless vehicles in BelarusHe noted that Belarus could become one of the first countries to develop the driverless vehicles sector. Such cars can appear on the roads of the country in the near future. “To date, the movement of driverless vehicles is not governed by legislation in most countries of the world. Such legislation will encourage global companies to come to Belarus and actually roll them out on our roads so that people could see modern technologies in action,” the investor noted.

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