Hong Kong business delegation visits Hi-Tech Park

25 April 2024

A business mission from Hong Kong, PRC, led by Johnny Hon, President of the Hong Kong Association for the Promotion of Economic Cooperation, visited Hi-Tech Park. 

During the visit, the guests learned about the history of the Park, its residents, their unique products and competencies, experience in the development of technology companies, and legal conditions of work. 

Welcoming the guests, Ivan Zhiznevsky, Deputy Director of Hi-Tech Park Belarus, emphasized that one of the main competitive advantages of the Park is the top quality of the solutions developed here. 

Notable interest was shown to the Belarusian experience in blockchain, cryptocurrencies, implementation of transactions with tokens for legal entities and individuals, plans for further development of the sphere of digital tokens and tokenization of assets. The issues of interaction between the banking system and crypto-residents of Hi-Tech Park were discussed. "Belarus has successfully implemented a transparent legislative framework for dealing with crypto-assets taking into account the FATF requirements and is working on further improvement of the legal framework in this direction," said Ivan Zhiznevsky.


An important topic of the meeting was the development of the startup ecosystem in Belarus and the active role of Hi-Tech Park in this process. There was a dynamic discussion about support for talented students and promising startups, development of legislative institutions for venture financing, interaction with startup hubs of universities, and participation of Hi-Tech Park residents in this process.

The interest of the guests was attracted by the Belarusian experience in IT-education, as well as the possibility of developing ties in this direction.

The head of the delegation expressed confidence that this meeting was the beginning of fruitful and mutually beneficial cooperation, as well as his readiness to assist in establishing business contacts between Belarus and Hong Kong. 

Kuprevicha, 1/1, 220084, Minsk, Belarus.