On the third day of the business mission, the delegation from Russia met with representatives from Minsk City Technopark, the largest technopark in Belarus, and signed agreements on mutual cooperation.

The final event of the mission was a plenary session, where the participants summarized the results of their trip and signed further cooperation agreements with Great Stone Industrial Park.

As the organizer of the event, the Association of Clusters, Technoparks, and Special Economic Zones of Russia (ACTP RF) aimed to strengthen business ties and explore new opportunities for cooperation, promoting our business interests in industrial and technological cooperation within the Union State.

Summing up the event, Mikhail Labudin, director of ACTP RF, said that they had taken a significant step towards achieving their goals, and their efforts and dedication were backed by concrete results that would serve as a foundation for future success. During the three-day visit of the delegation to the Republic of Belarus, the participants attended five infrastructure sites: the FEZ Minsk, the FEZ Gomel-Raton, the Technopark Coral, the Minsk City Technopark and the industrial park Veliky Kamen.

We had the opportunity to learn about the unique experience of Belarus in the development of these sites, to communicate with residents who successfully carry out their activities, actively develop their production facilities and, despite sanctions, continue on the path of technological sovereignty. More than 20 cooperation agreements were signed, and I am also aware that many participants of the business mission from the business community also exchanged contacts and began to develop an action plan for cooperation with businesses in the Republic of Belarus. Mikhail Labudin said.

Yevgeny Kravchenko, Deputy Director of Analytical Activities and International Cooperation at the ACTP RF, spoke about the potential of the business mission:

"We are on the cusp of a new phase of cooperation, where our ability to work together, think creatively about joint tasks, and strive for shared success will be the determining factors in our progress."