MTZ has started to implement its part of the "road map" of Belarus ' cooperation with Ukraine

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Minsk tractor works began to implement their part of activities, stipulated in the roadmap for development of cooperation between Belarus and Ukraine.

The "road map" development of bilateral cooperation provided for activation of cooperation between the Belarusian and Ukrainian companies as existing in a neighboring state joint enterprises and productions, and in the light of the perspective plans for expansion of cooperation in this direction", - noted in the Ministry.

In the part dealing with the joint activity of MTZ and its partners on the Ukrainian market - the companies "Ukravtozapchast" and "Technotorg-don", the representatives of the parties have been instructed to prepare a consistent production program up to 2015, and increasing production of jointly produced tractors. Besides, it is necessary to solve the issue of increasing localization of joint ventures in accordance with the applicable Ukrainian legislation and the production possibilities of the local industrial enterprises.

"One of the new directions of cooperation MTZ with the Ukrainian side could be the creation of the new Assembly enterprises in the territory of a neighbouring state. By the end of this year the company will discuss proposals of Ukrainian potential partners interested in development of cooperation with Minsk tractor works in the sphere of industrial cooperation," the Ministry said.

There was reminded that the "road map" development of the bilateral cooperation between Belarus and Ukraine up to 2015 signed by the Ministry of industry and three ministries of Ukraine's agrarian policy, economic development and trade, industrial policy.

This document includes areas of cooperation, aimed, in particular, on expansion of production cooperation in the field of agricultural engineering. To realize the plans scheduled for 2013-2015.

According to the National statistics Committee of Belarus, in January-September 2013 Belarus exported 38.5 thousand tractors, which is 18.5% compared with the same period in 2012. While exports to CIS countries decreased by 9.4% to 31.9 thousand pieces.

Source: Interfax