Belarus plans to sign agreement on common industrial policy with Russia in December

Belarus plans to sign an intergovernmental agreement with Russia
on a common industrial policy in December, Belarusian Deputy
Minister of Economy Alesya Abramenko said on Wednesday, Trend reports citing

“In December, we plan to sign an agreement on common industrial
policy,” she said in an interview with the Belaus-1 television
channel. She recalled that the two countries had recently inked an
agreement on the recognition of technological operations on the
territory of the Union State of Russia and Belarus. Such
agreements, in her words, simplify access to subsidies for Russian
and Belarusian companies who purchase components both in Belarus
and in Russia. These agreements also help them localize

In November, Belarus’ government approved a draft
intergovernmental agreement on a common industrial policy as a
basis for talks. Belarusian Deputy Prime Minister Pyotr Parkhomchik
is authorized to sign the agreement.

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