The majority of Belarus-made UAVs can fly as far as 30km, but new models can fly as far as 300km.
According to Anatoly Rusetsky, Belarusian information technologies can be interesting for Azerbaijan. The two countries may start cooperation in the area of stem cell creation. Belarus has set up a center to make stem cells, with the experience of treating trophic ulcers positive.
Belarus and Azerbaijan should discuss and formulate a list of bilateral information projects that will allow developing new enterprises with advanced technologies, stressed Anatoly Rusetsky. He believes it is necessary to promote high technologies into conventional industries. “We have established good interaction with Azerbaijan in these areas,” summed up Anatoly Rusetsky.
A session of the working group on developing Belarusian-Azerbaijani cooperation and starting the manufacturing of new products at joint enterprises took place in Minsk on 7 August. Makhmud Kerimov, the head of the Azerbaijani part of the joint working group and the President of the National Academy of Sciences of Azerbaijan, is in Minsk to take part in the event. The heads of the national academies of sciences are expected to discuss promising avenues and mechanisms of promoting cooperation between the countries.
During the two-day visit the Azerbaijani delegation will visit, in particular, the United Informatics Institute of the National Academy of Sciences of Belarus, the enterprise Geoinformation Systems, and the enterprise Academpharm.