Mrs. Sangeeta Bahadur, the new Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of India to Belarus, visited the EcoTechnoPark on 24 July. Mrs. Bahadur has recently taken office, and the visit to the EcoTechnoPark is among the first visits aimed at developing the Belarussian-Indian economic relations. Mrs. Ambassador, together with her husband Yuresh Sinha, an architect, studied the infrastructure and the rolling stock of the string transport in detail. The visit took place on the initiative of Mrs. Bahadur, who was already aware of the SkyWay project and wanted to see the company’s developments with her own eyes.
For her part, Mrs. Ambassador promised to contribute to the further promotion of the project among the representatives of the transport authorities of India and the leadership of the State of Maharashtra.
In addition to the transport component of the project, Mrs. Ambassador was also interested in the ecological and biotechnological aspect, in particular, in the technologies for making humus, which are in demand in India today.
SkyWay is one of the important promising projects connecting Belarus and India. General Designer Anatoliy Yunitskiy visited India in September last year, participating in the official delegation from Belarus, representing the interests of the national economy at a bilateral business forum. Then, following the results of the participation, three agreements were signed: with one of the Indian states, the port, and also within the framework of the “smart cities” development program. The work on the targeted projects in the Indian market continues, SkyWay is exploring all opportunities for developing relations with the Indian side.