The seventh session of the Syrian-Belarusian Joint Committee for Trade, Economic and Technical Cooperation started today at the Sheraton Hotel in Damascus.
Participants discussed the technical committees of the Joint Committee, which represents a number of ministries and institutions from the Syrian and Belarusian sides, the projects agreed upon in previous sessions and the agreements that will be put forward to develop and strengthen cooperation between the two sides in various fields.
In a statement to reporters, the Chairman of the Committee on the Belarusian side and Minister of Industry (Utyunin Pavel Vladimirovich) that the work of the Committee includes a wide range of cooperation in the fields of industrial and commercial investment and expand cooperation between businessmen in the two countries.
On the other hand, the Belarusian minister pointed out that his country has been providing four years of social assistance to the Syrian people related to recreational camps for about 500 Syrian children and medical equipment and that Belarus decided to provide medical equipment, which participated in the Damascus International Fair as a gift to the Syrian Ministry of Health. A study for the joint production of baby food and powdered milk in Syria, regarding cooperation in importing heavy machinery, explained that the needs of the Syrian market of tractors are being studied to offer commercial offers from Belarusian companies to be supplied to Syria as well as discussing cooperation issues. Leave in the fields of transport, banks and banks.
In a similar statement, the chairman of the committee from the Syrian side, Minister of Public Works and Housing, Eng.
Abdul Latif pointed out that the committee will review more than 60 agreements, memorandums of understanding and a framework of cooperation signed between the two countries in the past period and will sign 4 new agreements and protocols that support joint cooperation and strengthen the distinguished relations between the two countries, noting that the presence of Belarusian companies in the Damascus International Fair Its heavy machinery and equipment can be a useful tool to serve the reconstruction phase.
The two ministers also discussed in a bilateral meeting the issue of importing heavy engineering machinery related to the work of construction companies and the process of facilitating payment mechanisms and developing cooperation in various fields.
Inas Al - Safan
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