Belarus proposed Kazakhstan 37 projects in production
ASTANA. November 9. KAZINFORM /Aigul Tulekbayeva/ Belarus proposed Kazakhstan 37 projects aimed at the development of non-oil-and-gas sector of economy; it was known following the results of negotiations between Belorussian and Kazakh Prime Ministers, Sergey Sidorsky and Karim Massimov. "Today we have discussed 37 projects. All they are supported by the Kazakh Government", - S. Sidorsky said at briefing. In particular, it is concerning the increase of production of grain, beet, and potato in Kazakhstan at the expense of the Belarusian technology. "We evade simple agreements in favor of the complicated work - transfer of equipment, technology and scientific achievements here", - the Belorussian Premier said. "We considered the issues of milk production, development of dairy cash farms in Kazakhstan and we see a great perspective for creation here a wide spectrum of technical equipment which could provide speed-up production of milk in Kazakhstan", - S. Sidorsky said. Here he underlined that it is related to the construction of dairy cash farms, their complete supply with necessary equipment. "We propose a number of projects on creation of scientific-technical production in medicine as well as production of household appliance". He also informed that Belarus will provide training for Kazakhstani specialists in his country.