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Amur region and Belarus want to develop agricultural products markets in the Asia-Pacific Region

Amur Region Governor Oleg Kozhemyako took part in the First Forum of the Regions of Russia and Belarus, held in Minsk on June 5-6. The main topic of the event was “Effective development of agro-industrial complexes of Belarus and Russia - the most important condition for food security of the Union State”.

The press service of the Governor 9 June informed about the speech of Kozhemyako within the framework of the forum. In the Amur Region, which is actively developing, including as an agrarian region, cooperation with Belarus in the field of agriculture has a strong and long-standing basis. According to Oleg Kozhemyako, high-quality agricultural products produced in the Amur Region with the involvement of Belarusian farmers can fill both the domestic market and become competitive in the markets of the APR countries.

Thus, it is possible to resolve the issue of market development not only in the western, but also in the eastern direction, the governor stressed. According to him, the proposal was approved by the head of Belarus Alexander Lukashenko.

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