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10 Sep 2015

Nazarenko: Belarus aims to become one of the world’s leaders in electrotechnology

Nazarenko: Belarus aims to become one of the world’s leaders in electrotechnology

MINSK, 10 September (BelTA) – Belarus intends to become one of the world’s leaders in electronics and electrical technology, Chairman of the State Standardization Committee and the National Committee of the International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC) Viktor Nazarenko told an online conference “Belarus hosts the IEC General Meeting 2015” hosted by BelTA on 10 September.

According to the Chairman of the State Standardization Committee, the events like the IEC General Meeting are usually held in the countries with a well-developed electronics sector or the countries which are interested in becoming such states. “We regard ourselves as a country which is deeply interested in becoming one of the world’s leaders in the area of electronics, electrical technology and other related areas,” Viktor Nazarenko stressed.

In his words, about 100 experts representing the Belarusian industrial sector have voiced their intention to partake in the IEC sessions. “We expect them to be active and involved,” said the Chairman of the State Standardization Committee.

According to him, in other countries the IEC General Meeting is organized by standardization committees. In Belarus this event received great support from the President and the government of the country.

The opening of the IEC General Meeting will take place at the exhibition center in Pobeditelei Avenue. Attending the event will be the country’s high ranking officials. The closing ceremony of the IEC General Meeting will be held at the Palace of the Republic. The main events will take place at the National Olympic Committee. Belarus has met all the requirements of the International Electrotechnical Commission and believes that the event will be held at a decent level, Viktor Nazarenko said.

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