Posted: 28.11.2023 13:28:00

Pinevich: medical sector will become driving force in Belarus-Uzbekistan roadmap

The Days of Healthcare and Medical Education: Uzbekistan-Belarus medical forum kicked off on November 27th in Minsk, with presidents of Belarus and Uzbekistan, Aleksandr Lukashenko and Shavkat Mirziyoyev, agreeing on its conduct at the CIS summit in Bishkek

A delegation of about 230 specialists arrived in our country headed by Uzbekistan’s Health Minister Amrillo Inoyatov. Guests are welcomed at leading domestic scientific research centres, clinics and universities both in Minsk and in the regions.

Belarus’ Healthcare Minister Dmitry Pinevich noted during the forum, “Colleagues from Uzbekistan came to us to study the best practices of the Belarusian healthcare system, starting from its structure, pre- and post-graduate training of personnel to new methods associated with high technologies. We also mean economic ties related to pharmaceuticals, medical products, and medical equipment. We’re planning to supply our medicines to Uzbekistan. The guests will visit seven regions, work with Belarusian colleagues across various sections, and discuss many issues at the plenary session. As a result, we’ll sign over 30 agreements and a memorandum of co-operation. The medical sector will perhaps become a driving force in the roadmap between Uzbekistan and Belarus. After all, health is the basis of everything.”