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MINSK, June 14 (Itar-Tass) — Belarus will initiate organisation within the Customs Union – Common Economic Space3 of major international scientific-technical and educational centres with possible involvement of world corporations, Belarus’ Prime Minister Mikhail Myasnikovich said.
The scientific centres of integration unions should be organised for periods of five years. They would be able to attract breakthrough technologies and new knowledge.
The prime minister stressed those would be joined “efforts of not only scientists, but also designers and leading specialists of major companies.”
Now that economies of many countries face complicated situations, sciences and scientists may bring new ideas.
“New knowledge is difficult to obtain without cooperation, especially as competition in science is very high,” Myasnikovich said.