Belarusian road construction companies have been invited to participate in building a motorway in Turkmenistan. Deputy Prime Minister of Belarus Anatoly Kalinin made the statement after the session of the Belarusian-Turkmen intergovernmental commission on economic cooperation in Minsk on May 10.
Anatoly Kalinin said: “We have agreed to advance our cooperation in transportation by rail and by road. The other party has suggested we should take part in the construction of an automobile road in Turkmenistan.”
Anatoly Kalinin said that the Belarusian side was interested in exporting more railway cars to Turkmenistan. In 2016 as many as 380 railway cars were exported to Turkmenistan. The matter was discussed during the session of the intergovernmental commission.
“The other joint projects in the sphere of industrial production include lift sales. A major program to replace old lifts has been sketched out in Turkmenistan this year. We will have to ship over 700 lifts to the country,” explained Anatoly Kalinin. (BelTA/Business World Magazine)