First Deputy Prime Minister of Belarus Alexander Turchin believes that Belarusians may be interested in Almaty resorts. The Vice Prime Minister noted that the two countries need to develop cooperation in various fields, reports Sputnik Kazakhstan.
Turchin noted that, given the ever-changing economic processes in the world, Belarus should pay attention to those areas that previously were not of interest to it. The Deputy Prime Minister cited tourism in Almaty as an example.
“Yesterday I was in Almaty. In my opinion, there are serious prospects for outbound tourism for Belarus. Great ski resorts that our citizens can use,” Turchin said.
The Belarusian Deputy Prime Minister drew attention to other areas of cooperation between the two states: the logistics sector, digital technologies, as well as services, healthcare and education.
“We need to join forces and go where the competition is not so high today, and we can take our place,” Turchin added.
Source: Sputnik Kazakhstan