Made in Belarus exhibition in Tajikistan

Date: 06-07 April 2021

The Made in Belarus exhibition was held in Dushanbe with the participation of 40 Belarusian companies from the fields of agriculture, food industry and tourism.

The exhibition opening ceremony was attended by the Minister of Agriculture and Food of the Republic of Belarus Ivan Krupko, the Minister of Agriculture of the Republic of Tajikistan Sulaymon Zieyozoda, the BelCCI Chairman Vladimir Ulakhovich, Deputy Minister of Industry of the Republic of Belarus Aleksandr Ogorodnikov, Deputy Minister of Sports and Tourism of the Republic of Belarus Mikhail Portnoy, Deputy Chairman of "Belgospischeprom" concern Alexander Yakovchits.

At the exhibition, the best samples and new products were presented by the Belarusian industry flagships – Minsk Tractor Works, Gomselmash, Lidagroprommash, Grodnooblselkhoztekhnika.

The Grodno Breeding Enterprise presented its achievements in animal husbandry, and the Yagodka farm showed new varieties of seedlings adapted to the climatic conditions of Tajikistan.

The products of Krasny Pischevik enterprise, the Brest Distillery and Vodka Plant "Belalco", the Minsk Sparkling Wine Plant, as well as chocolate, sweets, cookies, sugar, snacks, honey and soft drinks were showcased at the stand of the Belgospischeprom concern. Flakes with flax fiber and grain crops, corn snacks and more than 10 other novelties have been brought to Tajikistan by the Vitba confectionery factory.

Minsk Dairy Plant No. 1 with an assortment of 250 product names, Babushkina Krynka with a new line of colored cheeses, Volkovysk OJSC Bellakt, the largest producer of dry milk baby food in Belarus, and Zdravushka-Milk company with lactose-free milk and kefir represented the Belarusian dairy industry. The cheese produced according to Swiss technology using surface microflora, and dry mix for making sugar-free ice cream were the novelties of Brestmyasomolprom concern.

Holding "Minoblmyasoprom" presented the products of its enterprises: Borisov meat processing plant No. 1, Minsk and Slutsk Meat Processing Plants. The Orsha Meat-Packing Plant demonstrated canned meat from beef and turkey, including baby food.

The possibilities of recreational tourism and treatment in various regions of Belarus were presented at the exhibition by the National Agency for Tourism of the Ministry of Sports and Tourism of the Republic of Belarus.

The Made in Belarus exhibition was organized by the Belinterexpo Exhibition Company of the Belarusian Chamber of Commerce and Industry.