Vasily Zharko said: “We discussed whether in the future it is necessary to take into account the grade point average during admittance to universities. There are several matters to consider in this regard. School students work hard to improve their knowledge. And we need to rule out subjectivism, too. A matter for the future.”
Units from the Russian part of the regional army group will be arriving in Belarus as from 15 August to create a real situation the logistics army units will have to handle. During the exercise Belarusian and Russian military personnel will work together to practice logistics and technical support.
Tourists will be able to see how haul trucks, which are as high as a three-story house, are made and will be able to ride in the cabin of the 220-tonne truck 6m above the ground level. They will also be able to buy a special certificate in memory of the heavy-duty truck ride.
The separator superheaters are vertical devices made of three parts in the same shell. In the machine hall they will be assembled in a vertical position, towering as high as 22 meters. The equipment is designed to last for 50 years.
The Belarusian inspectors will have to evaluate information provided by Latvia and Lithuania about the army units to be visited as part of the 2011 Vienna Document on Confidence- and Security-Building Measures.
India interested in broader presentation of its traditions and culture in Belarus, Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of India to Belarus Pankaj Saxena said at a press conference dedicated to India's national holiday - the Independence Day.