During the visit to Bangladesh, General Director met with the heads of several ministries of the country
The Belarusian delegation headed by the Deputy Minister of Industry of the Republic of Belarus D. Kharitonchik is visiting the People's Republic of Bangladesh. It includes the General Director of JSC "AMKODOR –the holding management company” A. Efimov.
During the visit, A.V. Yefimov held negotiations with the Head of the Atomic Energy Committee of Bangladesh, Mr. Alak Chakraborty.
The “AMKODOR” equipment was presented, and the possibilities of supplying the holding's equipment, including for the construction of the facility itself and infrastructure, as well as supporting the operation of the fire substation, were discussed.
Negotiations were also held with the Minister of Local Government, Rural Development and Cooperatives of Bangladesh, Mr. Tazhul Islam.
He thanked the representatives of the Belarusian delegation for their participation in the events related to the 100th anniversary of the birth of the Father of the Nation. Mr. Tazhul Islam noted that he had a conversation with the Prime Minister of Bangladesh, Sheikh Hasina Wazed, during which she expressed her interest in strengthening cooperation between our countries.
In this regard, Mr. Tazhul Islam announced the implementation of another project for the supply of AMKODOR equipment in the near future and the beginning of work on structuring a larger project, in the implementation of which “AMKODOR” and other Belarusian manufacturers will participate.
Representatives of “AMKODOR” holding were received by the Minister of Trade of Bangladesh, Mr. Tipu Munshi.
He welcomed the Belarusian delegation as the Minister of the People's Republic of Bangladesh, as well as as the co-chairman of the Bangladesh-Belarus Intergovernmental Commission on Trade and Economic Cooperation.
Mr. Tipu Munshi expressed his deep interest in increasing the trade turnover between our countries and outlined the directions in which the supply of Belarusian-made equipment can be considered. This is primarily road construction and agriculture.