Belarus, Azerbaijan may set up joint dairy venture
Baku, Azerbaijan, Jan. 22
Azerbaijan should consider the possibility of setting up a joint dairy venture with Belarus, Belarus Deputy Prime Minister Mikhail Rusy said at a meeting with Niyazi Bayramov, the head of Azerbaijan’s Ganja city administration, Trend reports via BelTA.
Azerbaijan is a comfortable getaway to the markets of other states, Rusy added.
The two countries are also working on a project to set up production of electric buses in Ganja, he noted.
Belkommunmash engineering company and Ganja Automobile Plant are exploring a joint project to assemble electric buses in Azerbaijan, he said.
Rusy noted that the cooperation with Azerbaijan in general and Ganja in particular has great prospects.
"Ganja is a unique region where we can implement a number of investment projects," he said.
The two countries are also working on a project to set up production of tractors in Turkey, he added.
"I think we will get the first results in April," he noted. "It is a pretty ambitious project which suggests that cross-border, interstate cooperation of the three states is reaching a high level."