Opening of online pavilion of the Republic of Belarus at CIIE 2020

Date: 05 November 2020

The National Pavilion of the Republic of Belarus at the 3rd China International Import Expo. This year, the event is held online.

The exposition  opening ceremony, which took place via videoconference at the Belarusian Chamber of Commerce and Industry, was attended by the Chairman of the BelCCI Vladimir Ulakhovich, Deputy Minister of Agriculture and Food of the Republic of Belarus Igor Brylo, Deputy Minister of Economy of the Republic of Belarus Anzhelika Nikitina, Chairman of the State Committee on Science and Technology Alexander Shumilin, First Deputy Chairman of the Presidium of the National Academy of Sciences of Belarus Sergey Chizhik, Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the Republic of Belarus, Project Manager of the Department of Subsidiaries and Dependent Organizations of Bank BelVEB OJSC Kirill Rudy, Counselor for Trade and Economic Affairs of the Embassy of China to Belarus Zhao Cuyan, Director General of Beltamozhservice RUE Vadim Babarikin

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Vladimir Ulakhovich stressed that the Belarusian Chamber of Commerce and Industry has made every effort to ensure that Belarus' virtual participation in China International Import Expo is as practical as possible. "This is not just an online catalogue of Belarusian enterprises, but an opportunity for enterprises to work on this virtual platform as it has a functional element to communicate. Besides, a large-scale Belarusian-Chinese business forum will be held on 10 November via a video link, where the participants will discuss the development of trade and economic relations, cooperation prospects, the investment potential of both countries, as well as the prospects for Belarusian products promotion to the Chinese market," the BelCCI Chairman said.

The exposition has been organized by the Belarusian Chamber of Commerce and Industry and operated by Belinterexpo exhibition unitary enterprise of the BelCCI.

The national pavilion showcases all core areas of the Belarusian economy: oil and gas, information technologies, metallurgy, food and agricultural products, tourism, and a lot more. Each virtual stand demonstrated product samples, videos about manufacturers and business proposals, and visitors can negotiate with representatives of Belarusian companies without leaving the office.

The national pavilion of the Republic of Belarus at CIIE will be available until the middle of January 2020  at