Ushachi Regional Executive Committee
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Belarus’ Bellegprom light industry concern exports to 42 countries in H1
The Belarusian state light industry concern Bellegprom shipped its products to 42 markets in the first half of 2020, BelTA learned from the press service of the concern. “Companies affiliated with the Bellegprom concern manufactured $310 million worth of products in H1 2020, 53% of which were exported to 42 countries. The foreign trade surplus reached $78.6 million this year. Exports started growing in May ($14.7 million in April, $18.8 million in May, $27.3 million in June),” the...
Orsha Linen Mill invests over Br3m in garment factory modernization
Orsha Linen Mill has invested over Br3 million in proprietary funds in the modernization of its garment factory, BelTA learned from the company’s Deputy Director General for Ideology and Social Affairs Sergei Sidin. In his words, the company worked towards setting up a garment manufacturing division of its own for a long time. The commissioning of a garment factory on 31 August 2011 was the first step. Its products were marketed using the brand Belarusian Flax. Since then the company...
Plans to remove interruptions from M1/E30 motorway
The motorway M1/E30 Brest-Minsk-the Russian border will be reconstructed to remove all interruptions, BelTA learned from Piotr Nevmerzhitsky, Chief Engineer of the state civil engineering design enterprise Belgiprodor, on 24 June. The official said: “The Transport and Communications Ministry has just discussed a new direction. It was decided to work out an investment project to reconstruct the M1/E30 motorway to enable vehicles to move without stopping. The upgraded motorway will meet...
New Belarusian government encouraged to overcome modern challenges
As he appointed new members of the government, Belarus President Aleksandr Lukashenko said that everyone would have to work hard to overcome modern hardships and challenges, BelTA has learned. The head of state explained why it had been necessary to gather for the conference all the new candidates and the executives, who would continue working in their previous jobs. “You all know the state of affairs evolving in the world and hence in our country. A large number of new challenges...
Lukashenko hails positive changes in economic management in Vitebsk Oblast
There are positive changes in the economic management in Vitebsk Oblast, Belarus President Aleksandr Lukashenko said during the working trip to Vitebsk District on 15 May, BelTA informs. The president remarked that he had had an opportunity to inspect the state of affairs from a helicopter. “Of course, these are pieces of land, such a shape of fields. This is what we have. But I have seen the improvements. If you prepare for harvesting properly and do your best, you will have grain and...
Belarus' Vitebsk Oblast reports 1,092 coronavirus cases
Vitebsk Oblast has registered 1,092 COVID-19 cases, Belarus Healthcare Minister Vladimir Karanik told journalists, BelTA has learned. According to him, the growth rate of cases in Belarus is roughly the same as before, around 500 new cases a day. “So far, 1,092 people have tested positive for the coronavirus infection in Vitebsk Oblast. The good thing is that we see a noticeable decrease in patients suffering from pneumonia in the region. Cases of acute respiratory infections are also...
COVID-19 cases in Belarus concentrated in Minsk, Vitebsk, Minsk Oblast
The largest number of people infected with COVID-19 has been registered in Minsk, Vitebsk, and Minsk Oblast, BelTA learned from Belarusian Healthcare Minister Vladimir Karanik on 9 April. The official said: “The city of Minsk is where the largest number of infected people are. It is understandable that Minsk is a transport hub and boasts the highest population density. Minsk is followed by Vitebsk. People over there travel rather actively, too, including across the eastern border. A...
European Diploma for Protected Areas renewed for Berezinsky Biosphere Reserve in Belarus
The European Diploma for Protected Areas has been renewed for the Berezinsky Biosphere Reserve. The resolution was drafted following the annual meeting of the Group of Specialists on the European Diploma for Protected Areas held in Strasbourg last week, BelTA learned from the Berezinsky Biosphere Reserve. The European Diploma of the highest category A was first awarded to the reserve on 11 September 1995 by the Committee of Ministers of the Council of Europe. It confirms that a...
Hope coronavirus will not affect Slavianski Bazaar schedule
Preparations for the International Festival of Arts Slavianski Bazaar in Vitebsk are carried out in a routine mode, but the sale of tickets for the Eurovision Stars project has been temporarily suspended, director of the festival and the Vitebsk Culture Center Gleb Lapitsky said at a briefing, BelTA has learned. "The organizers are preparing the festival. None of our partners have any questions or doubts about this. We hope that the event will be held on time, without any delays and...
Student: I am proud to be a Belarusian
I am proud to be born and to live in Belarus, Anastasia Morozova, a participant of the nationwide campaign We Are Citizens of Belarus!, a student of Vitebsk Gymnasium No.2, told BelTA. On 10 March, Anastasia Morozova received her passport from the Belarusian head of state. “I had never even imagined that I would get the passport from the hands of the president. I had this unusual feeling, a mixture of anxiety and anticipation. I am a grown-up now and I understand that I must bear...
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