Lukashenko Wants Indian Investors And Industrial Park In Belarus

Belarus President Alexander Lukashenko invited India to set up a sci-tech industrial park in Belarus.

Lukashenko is visiting India on 11-12 September.

Belarus President Alexander Lukashenko (L) and Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi (R). Photo: India MFA/Flickr

As part of the visit Alexander Lukashenko held talks with Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday.

The Belarusian head of state invited India to set up a sci-tech park in Belarus, “on the crossroads from the east to the west and from the south to the north”.

“The park will offer the most favorable conditions for investment,” Alexander Lukashenko said.

“Indian companies and other companies from all over the world… will be able to launch production there and sell goods and services on the territory of the Eurasian Economic Union and the European Union,” Lukashenko added.

Photo: India MFA/Flickr

Speaking about cooperation, the head of state stressed that Belarus is ready to provide the most favorable and preferential terms for Indian investors.

“We have such experience with other countries,” Alexander Lukashenko said.

The President noted that the parties are now preparing an investment agreement. It proves the seriousness of intentions, Lukashenko said.

Belarus is now engaged into a similar project with China – the construction of an industrial park Great Stone 25km away from Minsk.

Source: BelTA, TUT.BY