Saiful Hoque expressed interest in cooperation with Belarus in power engineering. The sides discussed possible participation of Belarusian specialists in the construction of a nuclear power plant in Bangladesh as well as their participation in the reconstruction and construction of power engineering installations in Bangladesh.
Apart from that, the sides reached an agreement on starting preparing a comprehensive utilities industry project together. The project will involve waste recycling, water supply and water disposal, heating, and other components.
Participants of the session are expected to discuss problems of resolving disputes between natural persons and legal persons and international organizations, discuss the immunity of state property, the legal status of special missions sent by countries, the international humanitarian law.
We are open for a dialogue with the Council of Europe in various fields, including sensitive ones. Should you have any questions that need clarifying, I am ready to comment on them, Mikhail Myasnikovich said.
As part of the review meeting delegations of the countries parties to the Nuclear Safety Convention will present and defend reports on fulfilling the Convention. Conclusions about the reports will be discussed later on during the plenary session. The Belarusian report will be presented and defended on 31 March.
The group reviewed the status of implementation of the program of Belarus' presidency of the CEI in the first half of 2017 and the preparations for the CEI Foreign Ministers meeting to be held in Minsk.
Belarusian surgeons operated on two patients together with their Dutch colleagues on 22 March. New-type stent-grafts were placed at the site of the aneurysm. This is an absolutely new device, the most advanced technology available, Valery Stelmashok noted.
The preparations for one of Belarus' key events are already in full swing. This year, plans have been made to do the festival more creative and extensive, and expand the geography of its guests and participants.
Earth Hour is an international environmental movement that encourages individuals, communities, households and businesses to turn off their non-essential lights for one hour to show they care about the future of the planet.