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Quantity of implemented joint Belarusian-Chinese projects increased by 30%, by Alexander Shumilin

Quantity of implemented joint Belarusian-Chinese projects increased by 30%, by Alexander Shumilin

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Quantity of implemented joint Belarusian-Chinese projects increased by 30%, by Alexander Shumilin

The quantity of implemented joint Belarusian-Chinese projects increased by 30% as compared with the previous two-year cycle. This was reported by Alexander Shumilin, Chairman of the State Committee on Science and Technology of the Republic of Belarus (Chairman of the Belarusian party of the Commission on Scientific-Technical Cooperation) at the joint session of the Belarusian-Chinese Intergovernmental Committee on Cooperation. According to him, strategic projects are included in the Program of the Belarusian-Chinese Scientific-Technical for 2019-2020, approved within the session of the Commission on Scientific-Technical Cooperation of the Belarusian-Chinese Intergovernmental Committee on Cooperation. 

The development of a new multi-channel high-precision laser generator of images, the development of the technology of obtaining a graphene, the development of a technology of plasma chemical synthesis of functional coatings, etc. are among the most considerable joint projects. ‘Scientific and technical cooperation is one of the promising areas for expanding cooperation between Belarus and China, and the implementation of joint projects will enable the creation of new high-tech industries and enterprises in the future,’ Alexander Shumilin said. He also said that an additional contest of Belarusian-Chinese projects for 2019-2020 is currently being held in the following areas: electronics and information and communication technologies, materials science, mechanics and engineering, energy efficiency and energy saving, transportation systems, metallurgy, biotechnology, chemistry and agrarian technology.

During the visit to China, Alexander Shumilin met with Yin Hetsjung, Vice Mayor of Tianjin. He discussed prospects for the implementation of high-tech projects in Velikiy Kamenh Park with him, including in such areas as pharmaceuticals, optics and unmanned technology. The parties also agreed to develop the cooperation of Belarusian universities with the Nagai and Tianjin universities.