Israel is ready to co-operate with Belarus in the sphere of high technologies, Israel's Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary to Belarus Zeev Ben-Arie told a press conference in Mogilev after a meeting with Mogilev Region Governor Boris Batura.
Israel is ready to co-operate with businessmen, companies and enterprises of Belarus in the sphere of high technologies and computer-assisted farming and medicine, the diplomat said.
In his words, it will take only a few well-planned projects that would be of interest to Israeli partners to facilitate long-term co-operation between Belarus and Israel.
The ambassador is planning to make a tour of Mogilev's historical sites and memorials, meet activists of the Jewish Community of Mogilev.
As reported by Mogilev Administration, in 2006 the value of transactions between Mogilev Region and Israel stood at $574.8 thousand, which was a 53% increase on the year.
Israel's share in Mogilev Region's foreign trade balance makes 0.06%.
Mogilev exports to Israel confectionery goods (74%), leather goods and knitwear garments. In turn, Israel exports to Mogilev medications, cosmetics, electric appliances, fruits and vegs, juices.