On March 22-25, 2021, the delegation of the Energy Association (BRICS) with representatives of the Chinese corporation T-link visited the National Academy of Sciences of Belarus. The purpose of the visit is to get acquainted with the innovative development of the organizations the NAS of Belarus, the development of promising directions and mechanisms for the development of cooperation between the NAS of Belarus, the BRICS Energy Association and the Chinese scientific corporation T-link; holding a videoconference with the T-link, the BRICS Energy Association and the leadership of the NAS of Belarus.
On March 24, 2021, in the building of the Presidium of the NAS of Belarus, headed by Vladimir Gusakov, a video conference was held with the head office of T-link in Beijing with the participation of representatives of T-link, the BRICS Energy Association.
During the visit guests visited the permanent exhibition “Achievements of Science and Production” and the Museum of History of the NAS of Belarus, as well as a number of organizations.
The BRICS Energy Association is a platform whose main goal is to develop a dialogue between the participating states on energy issues and on public-private partnerships. The specific goals and objectives of the BRICS Energy Association are: implementation of independent information, analytical and research activities in the interest of the BRICS countries on energy development; development and preparation of proposals for a coordinated policy and strategy in the energy sector, which includes information, publishing and public activities, promoting the development of fair price markers for the global oil and gas market, creating a joint investment projects in the field of energy; development of cooperation in the field of energy technologies; improving the effectiveness of training for the energy sector of the BRICS countries and international energy cooperation within the BRICS, developing educational exchanges between the BRICS countries, developing and implementing joined educational programs in the energy sector.