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Ambassador of Belarus met chairman of the Board of ECARD

Ambassador extraordinary and plenipotentiary of the Republic of Belarus to the Arab Republic of Egypt Sergei Terentiev held a comprehensive meeting with the chairman of the Board of the Egyptian Company for Agricultural and Rural Development (ECARD) Dr Mostafa Hadhoud

spike 143373 640Particular attention was paid to issues of promotion of equipment in Egypt and further in African countries. (Image source: stux/Pixabay)

The meeting discussed the implementation of cooperation agreements signed between ECARD and Belarusian enterprises in the field of road construction and agricultural machinery. This was signed at the first meeting of the Belarusian-Egyptian Joint Business Council in February 2020.

Particular attention was paid to issues of promotion of  equipment in Egypt and further in African countries, as well as the establishment of regular after-sales services and the acceleration of work on the development of the joint production of loaders in Egypt.

The sides considered the prospects of cooperation in the field of the petrochemical complex and agreed to intensify contacts in this regard.


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