On July 13 molecules, symbolizing official opening of NatiVita International Research and Manufacturing Complex flew up into the sky over Beshenkovichi urban settlement in the Vitebsk region. Especially for participation in the opening ceremony the enterprise was visited by the Minister of Health of the Republic of Belarus Valery Anatolyevich Malashko, who expressed his confidence in successful development of the company and participated in official cutting a red ribbon.
The international nature of the company was confirmed by the fact of presence at the enterprise opening of representatives of diplomatic corps from four countries being partners of NatiVita company. The following persons participated in the opening ceremony:
— Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of Slovakia in Belarus Mister Jozef Migaš;
— Ambassador of the Republic of India in the Republic of Belarus Mister Saksena Pankaj;
— Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the Republic of Lithuania in the Republic of Belarus Mister Andrius Pulokas;
— Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of Cuba in Belarus Mister Gerardo Suarez Alvarez.
Leading oncologists of our country, who were also presented at the opening ceremony, were particularly interested in technological capabilities of the company and pharmaceutical production details. They are Director of SI “N.N. Alexandrov National Cancer Centre of Belarus” O.G. Sukonko, Chief Physician of the Belarussian Research Center for Pediatric Oncology, Hematology and Immunology O.V. Aleynikova, as well as other representatives of Belarusian medicine.
The special enterprise has special guests. The legendary basketball player Arvydas Sabonis and three-time Olympic Champion in freestyle wrestling Artur Taymazov arrived to support the pharmaceutical company which develops and produces innovative drugs.
Shareholders and managers of NatiVita company express their gratitude to all guests, who attended the opening ceremony and supported the initiative of creation of the pharmaceutical enterprise unique for Belarus!