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The national exposition of the Republic of Belarus is presented at the «International Industrial Exhibition International Trade and Industry Fair»

Belarus is represented at the International Trade and Industry Fair, which is held from November 16 to 18, 2021 in Karachi (Pakistan). The organizer of the National Exposition is the National Center for Marketing and Price Study of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Belarus.

Our country is represented at the exhibition by two national stands under the single brand Made in Belarus, the exhibitors are representatives of about 20 companies in the field of industry, oil refining, education and tourism (MAZ OJSC, Polotsk-Steklovolokno OJSC, Belshina OJSC, Naftan OJSC, Khimvolokno Plant OJSC Grodno Azot, Svetlogorsk Pulp and Cardboard Mill OJSC, National Academy of Sciences of Belarus, etc.).

On November 16, the official opening ceremony of the National Exposition of the Republic of Belarus was held, in which the Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the Republic of Belarus to the Islamic Republic of Pakistan Andrei Metelitsa, Governor of Sindh Province Imran Ismail, General Director of E-commerce Gateway took part. The National exposition was also visited by the Chairman of the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Karachi.

On November 17, within the framework of the exhibition, the National Marketing Center, together with the Embassy of the Republic of Belarus in the Islamic Republic of Pakistan, is planning to hold a Belarusian-Pakistani business forum. The program of the Forum includes speeches by Belarusian participants with presentations of the export potential of the Republic of Belarus, speeches by representatives of government circles of Pakistan, as well as conducting B2B negotiations with representatives of Pakistani business circles.

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The International Industrial Exhibition ITIF is the largest exhibition event in the region to demonstrate a wide range of machinery and equipment. In 2019, 350 exhibitors from 10 countries took part in the exhibition, and the number of visitors exceeded 25 thousand people.