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June 7th, 2007
Kazakh – Byelorussian scientific-technical cooperation program signed in Minsk
The first session of the Kazakh - Byelorussian commission for scientific-technical cooperation was held in Minsk on June 5-6, the Kazakh Embassy in Byelorussia reports.
The Kazakh side was headed by Chairman of the Science Committee of the Kazakh Education and Science Ministry T. Ramazanov and Byelorussia was represented by deputy Chairman of the State Science and Technologies Committee of Byelorussia Vladimir Pranovich.
During the meeting, the sides considered a number of issues on development of the bilateral scientific-technical cooperation. The priority directions on development of the nanotechnology, biotechnology, informative and space technologies, environment protection were considered there too.
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