Belarus and Japan plan to implement new joint projects in microelectronics, robotics and IT, BelTA informswith reference to the press service of the Council of the Republic. At the stage of development are new joint projects in microelectronics and robotics.
“We have a very high level of information technology; due to modeling, it is possible to accurately predict what natural disasters can lead to. This work can be done together with Japanese experts. Using the methods that we have can give additional results, ”said Sergei Rakhmanov , chairman of the Standing Committee on Foreign Affairs and National Security of the Council of the Republic.
Another promising area of interaction is hydrogen energy. Taking into account the future launch of its own nuclear power plant, Belarus is interested in Japanese hydrogen storage technologies.