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Chairman of the SCST Alexander Shumilin held personal reception of citizens in Mogilev

Chairman of the SCST Alexander Shumilin held personal reception of citizens in Mogilev

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Chairman of the SCST Alexander Shumilin held personal reception of citizens in Mogilev

The creation of a light-engine aircraft and a small-sized motor, the introduction of new developments and modern technologies in agricultural production and the development of the innovative infrastructure are just some of the issues with which the residents of Mogilev region applied to Alexander Shumilin, Chairman of the State Committee on Science and Technology of the Republic of Belarus. The Chairman of the SCST also received proposals on the organization of the information interaction between the enterprises of Mogilev, Mogilev region and in the Republic of Belarus overall. The applicants received the necessary explanations and recommendations on all the issues.

During the visit to Mogilev, Alexander Shumilin took part in the meeting of the Mogilev city executive committee, which examined the results of the socio-economic development and execution of the city budget for the first quarter of 2018, as well as issues of the retail trade and land allocation. In addition, the Chairman of the State Committee on Science and Technology discussed the issues of the innovative development with the leaders of the Executive Committee and, in particular, the implementation of projects under the State Program on Innovative Development for 2016-2020. By the way, one of the projects of the program for organizing the production of new fabrics and fabrics with new consumer properties is being implemented at the OJSC "Mogotex". Its innovativeness lies in the use of new progressive technologies for the production of fabrics that have no analogues in Belarus and CIS countries (multi-layer fabrics, large-scale jacquard fabrics, high-filling fabrics with the use of elastane, fabrics with the effect of "grinding" and fabrics with the use of transfer printing, such as “black-out” with effects of light tightness and fire resistance). The planned production is intended for sewing, knitting, shoe sub-sectors of light industry, furniture, chemical and other industries, as well as for power ministries and departments.