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Amur Oblast and Belarus discussed promising projects in agriculture and production

On August 8, the Amur Region Government held a meeting with the head of the Amur Region, Oleg Kozhemyako, with representatives of the Ministry of Agriculture and Food and the Ministry of Industry of Belarus. The meeting was also attended by the leadership of Belarusian agricultural enterprises, the press service of the governor reports.

The parties discussed further prospects of cooperation in terms of supply and joint production of agricultural equipment. In particular, the Governor of Priamurye noted that today in the region mini-equipment for the private sector is quite in demand.

According to Aleksey Bogdanov, Head of the Main Directorate for Foreign Economic Activity of the Ministry of Agriculture and Food of the Republic of Belarus, the Kranspetsburmash plant in Shimanovsk has quite good prospects:

“We visited the factory and it made a very good impression on us. There is an agreement that this direction will develop, strengthened by our specialists, technologies to make Shimanovsk and the Amur region a serious dealer center for the supply of Belarusian equipment with a wide loop to the entire Far East.

The meeting also talked about cooperation options in other areas, such as the supply of Belarusian products in the Amur region, the construction of a meat processing plant and a dairy farm in the Amur Region, as well as a pig farm.

The proposal of the Belarusian side is as follows: if funding is available, the objects should become large state-owned enterprises. We are talking about a pig farm at least at 24 thousands of heads, a dairy farm at 1200 heads of dairy herds, as well as a meat processing plant where 200-300 types of finished products from beef, pork and chicken will be produced.

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