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Indian films can be made in Mogilev region. - Ramesh Chander

The days of Indian Culture opened on December,12 in Mogilev. The program of the festival includes demonstration of Indian films, Indian goods exhibition, and discussion of the question dealing with cooperation between India and Belarus.

The art exhibition “India by children’s eyes” took place in the “Rodina” cinema. The pictures by the children from Mogilev region were presented there. Ramesh Chander, the ambassador extraordinary and plenipotentiary of India in Belarus pointed to a great interest of Belarusian people to India and its culture. “On my way to Mogilev I saw wonderful fields covered with snow. We should consider the possibility to make Indian films in Belarus,” - Ramesh Chander said.

Valery Malashko, the deputy head of Mogilev Regional Executive Committee, wished India music and dance groups, craftsmen to be presented at different art festivals that take place in Mogilev.
The meeting that was held in Mogilev City Executive Committee proved the options of Belarus and India’s cooperation in culture, trade and tourism.

The goods for $4 bln were exported to India: deemethylterephthalate, leather materials, viscose fibers. JSC “Mogilev Viscose Fiber Plant” and JSC “Mogilev Synthetic Fiber Plant” are the main exporters.

The goods that were imported this year are medicines, food products, volatile oils, cosmetic preparations, stationery, calculating machines, plastic, yarn, clothes. Mogilev citizens can buy all these things at Indian goods exhibition that opened in the “Olympiets” sports complex.

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