Belarus and Chechnya signed a cooperation plan for 2022-2023

Photo: State Military Industrial Committee
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Dmitry Pantus, the Chairman of the State Military Industrial Committee, held a meeting with Elkhan Suleymanov, the Deputy Chairman of Chechnya Government. During the videoconference, cooperation between Belarus and the subject of the Russian Federation was discussed.

According to the press service of the State Military Industrial Committee, the parties noted their interest in deepening production and cooperation ties, as well as adopting effective mechanisms to support and stimulate trade and economic relations. Pantus stressed that a cooperation plan for 2022-2023 has already been formed. It was signed during the meeting.

“In conclusion, the heads of the Belarusian and Chechen delegations drew attention to the fact that the signed action plan cannot exhaust the huge potential and a wide range of promising long-term cooperation between the Republic of Belarus and the Chechen Republic,” the State Military Industrial Committee informs.

The Chairman of the Committee is the head of the Belarusian part of the Working Group responsible for trade and economic cooperation with the Chechen Republic.

Source: Reform.by

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