Belarus to build two schools in Komi Republic in 2018
MINSK, 31 January (BelTA) – Belarusian constructors will commission two schools in the Komi Republic before the end of 2018, BelTA learned from spokeswoman for the Belarusian Architecture and Construction Ministry Evgeniya Filimonova.
“The construction of a 600-seat school with sports and recreation zones will be launched in the near future. Belarusian constructors are currently building a school for 1,200 seats. The two projects will be implemented by the end of 2018,” said Evgeniya Filimonova.
A Belarusian delegation headed by Architecture and Construction Minister Anatoly Cherny, which is in Komi on an official visit from 31 January to 2 February, is set to inspect the construction sites. Anatoly Cherniy is expected to meet with Head of the Komi Republic Sergei Gaplikov.
In 2017 Belarusian export of building materials to the Russian region rose by 34.4% over 2016. Major export items include prefabricated reinforced concrete structures and parts, equipment and spare parts, glass and glassware, construction metal structures, polished sheet glass.
An agreement on cooperation in trade, economy, science and humanitarian and cultural affairs between Belarus and Russia’s Republic of Komi is currently under negotiation.