Belarus Prime Minister Mikhail Myasnikovich said during the Belarus-Turkmenistan merchandise fair on Friday that the government will suggest a chemical factory to Turkmenistan.
“As early as this year we will invite the Turkmen side to consider the possibility of creating a large chemical factory that will use potash raw materials," Myasnikovich said. "The project has very good prospects. The factory can produce not only compound fertilizers but also polymers, chemical products.”
The fair was a joint effort featuring Belarus and Turkmenistan manufacturers, indicating a healthy amount of competition between the two in the marketplace.
Myasnikovich also said that the products being showcased were world-class and while there was competition, products from the two countries complemented each other. With high-quality Turkmenistan products, it pushes Belarus manufacturers to work harder and produce the best that they can.
"Turkmenistan-made products have good prospects not only on the domestic market but also other markets,” Myasnikovich said.