The Ganja Automobile Plant has produced 10,000th Belarus tractor, the plant reported.
Belarusian Deputy Prime Minister Vladimir Semashko, Azerbaijani Deputy Prime Minister Yaqub Eyyubov, Ambassador of Belarus to Azerbaijan Gennady Akhramovich, Director General of the Minsk Tractor Plant Fyodor Domotenko, Director General of the Minsk Automobile Plant Dmitry Katerinich, Head of the Ganja Executive Power office Elmar Valiyev, Head of the Ganja Automobile Plant Khanlar Fatiyev attended the ceremony dedicated to the production of the tractor.
The guests reviewed the assembly lines and the machinery produced by the plant. Then the guests and the plant management discussed the further projects and prospects for the production of new machinery.
In his turn, Semashko stressed the high level, dynamics and peculiarities of the relations between the two countries.
“The cooperation of the Ganja Automobile Plant and the Minsk Tractor and Automobile Plants is developing every day and these production sites are developing new projects for the export of machinery to third countries,” he added.
“Moreover, 10,000 Belarus tractors, about 3,000 MAZ trucks assembled at the Ganja Automobile Plant, testify to the correct format of cooperation,” Semashko said. “The bilateral memorandums on strategic cooperation signed this year show that in the near future the cooperation will become even closer.”
In his turn, Eyyubov said that the ceremony dedicated to the production of the 10,000th Belarus tractor testified to the country’s economic development.
“The bilateral agreement signed during Azerbaijani President Ilham Aliyev’s visit to Belarus in 2006 laid the foundation for the development of bilateral relations,” he said. “Thanks to President Aliyev’s attention and care, new industrial enterprises and new jobs were created and this gave a big momentum to the Azerbaijani economy.”
While delivering speech at the event, Fatiyev stressed that bilateral cooperation with Belarusian counterparts would continue and new projects would be implemented in the future.
The Ganja Automobile Plant launched its activity in December 2004. Presently, the plant assembles “Belarus” tractors, as well as MAZ, KAMAZ and Ural cars. (Trend/Business World Magazine)
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