Be­larus has de­liv­ered about 1,000 heavy-duty trucks and trac­tors to ta­jik­istan.

Economy of Belarus - - SOCIO-ECONOMIC STABILITY -

Be­larus and Ta­jik­istan have been ac­tively pro­mot­ing trade and eco­nomic re­la­tions. Over the past five years, the bi­lat­eral trade has nearly tripled. This is at­trib­uted to the vig­or­ous ef­forts by the in­ter­gov­ern­men­tal trade and eco­nomic com­mis­sion, which has held seven ses­sions, al­ter­nately in Minsk and Dushanbe.

Be­larus’ main imports from Ta­jik­istan are cotton, wool, dried fruit and alu­minum. Be­larus sup­plies Ta­jik­istan with heavy­duty trucks, tex­tile, fur­ni­ture, elec­tric equip­ment, tim­ber and re­lated prod­ucts, phar­ma­ceu­ti­cals.

Co­op­er­a­tion be­tween the re­gions and the free eco­nomic zones of the two coun­tries, as well as col­lab­o­ra­tion in sci­ence, health, cul­ture and ed­u­ca­tion has been in­creas­ingly vi­brant lately.

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