“The National Investment and Privatization Agency has prepared an atlas of investment projects in conjunction with government agencies and regional authorities ahead of the Belarusian Industrial and Investment Forum. It includes about 50 projects with a total need for investments at about $1.4 billion,” Artem Shkryl said.
The official said: “We would like our companies and enterprises to enjoy equal access to the common market. It is no secret that there are restrictive measures on our market and the Russian market. We believe all the barriers should be dismantled.”
The number of self-employed businessmen rose by nearly 8,800 or 3.5% up from the beginning of the year. “We haven't seen such rapid growth for a long time. As for small and medium enterprises, their number rose by 2%,” Dmitry Krasovsky said.
The site can now be used to perform technological operations and sort containers depending on the destination and the customer's requirements. The container site now occupies nearly 50,000m2. The platform for unloading and loading containers using reach stackers occupies 1,700m2 of the total area.
Vladimir Makei emphasized the need for joint efforts to boost the dynamics of bilateral trade and increase Belarusian exports to Bulgaria. The cooperation in tourism and a number of other promising areas of interaction were also discussed during the meeting.
The project will support Belarus' economic development and bring operational efficiency from improved regional infrastructure through reconstruction of bridges and will facilitate transportation efficiency on the North-South corridor.
In August 2019 Minsk National Airport accommodated more than 592,600 passengers (up 9.7%).The total number of passengers exceeded 3,385,000 since the beginning of the year, which was up 11,9% year-on-year.
The resolution stipulates common goals and tasks for all the regional councils. It also introduces uniform procedures and rights of the council, rights and obligations of members of the council, and the procedure for making up the council.