Kazakhstan and Belarus intend to jointly produce UAVs
Kazakhstan and Belarus intend to produce drones together, said First Deputy Prime Minister of Belarus Alexander Turchin at a meeting of the intergovernmental Belarusian-Kazakh commission on trade and economic cooperation, Belta.by reports.
“We expect that in the near future we will start implementing a joint project for production of Belarusian UAVs in Kazakhstan,” said Alexander Turchin.
He hopes that the pace of interaction in the IT sphere will increase.
“We consider it necessary to give an additional impetus to investment cooperation, cooperation in the IT sphere, in the fields of space and high technologies,” the First Deputy Prime Minister emphasized.
The Belarusian side is ready to actively participate in joint infrastructure and industrial projects.
He proposed to consider the issue of mutual investment and creation of new joint projects in Belarus and Kazakhstan, aimed at cooperation with China and European countries. Kazakhstan’s First Deputy Prime Minister, Askar Mamin, also spoke in favor of expanding industrial cooperation with Belarus.
Kazakhstan is also interested, together with Belarus, to increase the volume of container traffic in the direction of China-Europe-China, to develop investment cooperation and expand the supply of Kazakhstani goods to the Belarusian market.
Following the meeting, the governments of Belarus and Kazakhstan will sign a roadmap for development of cooperation for 2019-2020.