Belarus to organize trolleybus traffic in Indian cities: 'We know how to do this job'

Belarus to organize trolleybus traffic in Indian cities: 'We know how to do this job'

A Belarusian-Indian business forum, which brought together several dozen domestic companies, started in New Delhi May 12. Taking part in it is Belarus' parliamentary delegation headed by speaker of the upper house of the parliament.

The forum brought together leaders of both state-owned enterprises and representatives of private business. It is known that today the business community has added some specific projects to preliminary agreements.

Representatives of the largest Belarusian enterprises MAZ, MTZ, BelAZ, Mogilevkhimvolokno and Orsha Linen Mill signed cooperation agreements with Indian companies. 

Overall, Belarus would like to "reboot" relations with India.

One of the topics of today's business conversation is the simplification of the process of obtaining business visas. The possibility of direct flight link between the two capitals, Minsk and Delhi, is also under discussion. 

Belarus is ready to work with India in all fields. One of them is the organization of trolleybus traffic in Indian cities.

Mikhail Myasnikovich, Chairman of the Council of the Republic of the National Assembly of the Republic of Belarus:
We have already started working with a number of cities to organize trolleybus traffic there. We know how to do this job. We can propose designs, conduct appropriate research, build contact and cable networks and traction substations and equip new trolleybus lines with trolleybuses that are competitive in world markets.