Iranian Kayson to accelerate Magnet Minsk, Prilesie projects in Belarus

Friday, 30 June 2017 14:21  |  Written by  BelTA

These matters were discussed as Deputy Prime Minister of Belarus Anatoly Kalinin met with Kayson Chairman of the Board Mohammad Reza Ansari

The Iranian company Kayson will step up the construction of the Magnet Minsk complex and the logistics hub Prilesie. These matters were discussed as Deputy Prime Minister of Belarus Anatoly Kalinin met with Kayson Chairman of the Board Mohammad Reza Ansari, the press service of the Belarusian government told BelTA.

Mohammad Reza Ansari also works as a Deputy Chairman of the Iran Chamber of Commerce, Industries, Mines & Agriculture.

Kayson is a leading civil engineering company in Iran. It has implemented major projects in Iran and abroad. In Belarus the Iranian company is busy implementing a number of significant investment projects. Those include the construction of the multifunctional hotel and business complex Magnet Minsk near the National Library of Belarus and the transport and logistics hub Prilesie in the free economic zone Minsk.

During the meeting the sides noted the high level of political and economic ties between Belarus and Iran as well as mutual interest in continuing and advancing comprehensive cooperation. The head of the Iranian company informed the deputy prime minister of Belarus about the state of affairs concerning the implementation of the investment projects and further steps meant to help finish the projects as intended. Close attention was paid to the civil engineering projects Prilesie and Magnet Minsk.

An agreement was reached on stepping up Kayson's efforts to implement the investment projects in Belarus. The Iranian company will prepare an intensive work plan and will forward a copy to the Council of Ministers of Belarus. The implementation of the intensive work plan is supposed to begin in July. The sides confirmed their readiness for further mutually beneficial cooperation and the advancement of bilateral relations. The Belarusian government will keep an eye on these matters, added the source.

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