Negotiations with a delegation of the Kherson International Airport were held in Minsk several days before. The sides discussed establishing air service between Minsk and Kherson. “It is an interesting proposal. Everything depends on the terms the Ukrainian side will offer us,” noted Igor Cherginets.
The Belarusian inspection team visited a Latvian army unit on 15 August and a Lithuanian army unit on 17 August for evaluation purposes. The visits were arranged in line with Belarus' bilateral agreements with Latvia and Lithuania on additional confidence- and security-building measures.
The program will feature about 100 artists from Belarus, Russia, Ukraine, Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan, Latvia, Lithuania, Hungary, Romania, Germany, Australia, Vietnam, the Democratic People's Republic of Korea, Egypt, Ethiopia and the United States.
No separate program with nanotechnologies in its title is being prepared but there are programs relating to nanotechnologies, explained the official. Projects meant to develop nanotechnologies this way or another are represented in a number of programs of the Union State of Belarus and Russia.
The Isovac enterprise in Belarus has started producing solar cells. “I certainly wish we could master the production of solar cells on a flexible substrate like panels on a polymeric base. It would expand the range of applications — any mats, a cover for a car, and so on,” said Sergei Chizhik.