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