Belarus’ Deputy Prime Minister, Yuri Nazarov, believes Belarus and Russia are stronger when they are together – not only in issues of the petrochemistry
Speaking at a joint session of the National Assembly chambers, Mr. Nazarov stressed, “The basis for a dialogue was laid by relations of our states’ presidents. It’s easier for us today as a result – for example, in the sphere of microelectronics. We are now looking for ways to integrate our Integral into the chain of the military-industrial complex and Russia’s Integral. In addition, we are searching for ways for our company to operate taking into account the Russian side’s interests – so that they do not duplicate creation of the same production.”
The Deputy Prime Minister reminded that Russia is Belarus’ main partner. “The trend set by the heads of state in our relations makes it possible to find solutions on many issues, though it may sometimes seem difficult,” he said.