Healthcare of Belarus is the country's biggest medical expo that is traditionally attended by leaders of the medical and pharmaceutical industry, developers of new technologies in disease diagnostics and treatment.
The conference is held in the World Bank headquarters on 20-24 March. The theme of this year's event is Responsible Land Governance—Towards an Evidence-Based Approach. The conference has attracted more than 1,700 participants.
Alexander Lukashenko remarked that the relations between Belarus and Iran are increasingly vibrant. The President of Belarus expressed confidence that by joint efforts the countries will expand and enhance bilateral cooperation.
“For many years you have been committed to the promotion of high moral ideals, true humanism and integrity in the society,” the head of state remarked. “You have been doing your best to preserve peace and accord in our country, promote Christian values, revive and multiply Orthodox traditions.”
In a statement, COEN said that, while El Niño began weakly in December, it has grown in intensity since February, and has affected 627,048 people in 11 regions, including driving 100,169 people away from their homes.
A literary soiree dedicated to Maxim Bogdanovich's art took place in the cafe Cosmico in Madrid, Spain on 18 March. Representatives of the Belarusian diaspora and Spanish intellectuals, who are interested in Belarusian culture, took part in the event.
The automated warehouse system is a computer-controlled mechanical lift. The lift is located in between high storage racks and can move boxes or pallets to or from a designated location on a specific rack. A delivery request can be processed within one minute, noted Gennady Azarov.
When the decision to build the nuclear power plant near Ostrovets was made, electricity export was not the main goal. “Electricity generated by the Belarusian nuclear power plant is intended for domestic consumption. It will be fully used inside the country.
Head of Belarusian Railways Vladimir Morozov will meet with Latvian Railways President Edvins Berzins in Riga on 23-24 March. The parties will discuss a number of topical matters of bilateral cooperation and review the results of 2016 in terms of the transportation of passengers and cargo between Belarus and Latvia.
Partaking in the event will be more than 20 experts from Belarus, Lithuania, Russia, Ukraine and Sweden. They will discuss how to resolve the problem of traffic jams, make public transport more attractive, promote cycling and increase traffic safety.