INDO-BELARUS MUTUAL TRADE GROWING AT 10-15% PER ANNUM: AMBASSADOR, BELARUS

INDO-BELARUS MUTUAL TRADE GROWING AT 10-15% PER ANNUM: AMBASSADOR, BELARUS

INDO-BELARUS MUTUAL TRADE GROWING AT 10-15% PER ANNUM: AMBASSADOR, BELARUS

 

No.PR-89
September 15, 2016
New Delhi
 

INDO-BELARUS MUTUAL TRADE GROWING AT 10-15% PER ANNUM: AMBASSADOR, BELARUS
 

Ambassador of Belarus to India, Mr. Vitaly Prima on Thursday hoped that both India and Belarus would further cement their trade and economic ties as in the last few years the mutual trade turnover between the two countries is growing between 10-15% per year.
 

“With the elimination of all barriers in the bilateral trade between India and Belarus, when India recognized the latter as a full market economy country and removed anti-dumping duties on Belarusian goods, the prospects of two nations coming closer have brightened”, emphasized the Ambassador.
 

Addressing an Interactive Session on Doing Business with Belarus under aegis of PHD Chamber of Commerce and Industry here today, Mr. Prima recalled that the visit of the Prime Minister of Republic of Belarus in November 2012 and the first in the history of the Belarus-India relations visit of President of India to Belarus in June 2015 gave strong impetus to bilateral collaboration.
 

The Ambassador also emphasized that Belarus and India could become a strong partners for development and welfare in programmes such as Make-in-India, Digital India, Smart Cities and Skill India as also cooperate in the field of chemicals, petro-chemicals, agriculture, mechanical engineering, light industry and food production including information and communication technologies.
 

The Interactive Session was presided over Chairman, International Affairs Committee for CIS, PHD Chamber, Mr. Chetan Kajaria in which a detailed presentation on Trade Opportunities between India and Belarus was made by Counsellor, Embassy of Belarus, New Delhi, Mr. Sergei Trotsyuk.  Presentation on Investment Opportunities in Belarus was also made by its First Secretary Mr. pavel Skoybeda.
 

Ends.

Koteshwar Prasad Dobhal
Consultant (PR)