12:46 PoliticsPalestine plans to develop relations with Belarus in all areas “We have grand plans. We believe that Belarus is a friendly country. Therefore, we plan to develop relations with it in all the areas, including political, economic and cultural sectors,” Ahmed Mohammed Al-Madbuh said.
12:45 PoliticsLebedev: Preparations for CIS summit in Astana on home stretch Preparations for the CIS summit in Astana are on home stretch, Chairman of the CIS Executive Committee - CIS Executive Secretary Sergei Lebedev told reporters.
12:25 PresidentLukashenko expects Russia to be blamed for Nord Stream sabotage Aleksandr Lukashenko said: “A gas pipeline has been blown up in the Baltic Sea. A campaign to blame Russia for blowing up its own gas pipeline for the sake of stopping gas deliveries to Europe will begin soon. When Europe starts freezing, people in Europe will be told that Russia is to blame for it.”
12:18 PresidentLukashenko: Western sanctions have failed “Even amid the unprecedented pressure of sanctions Belarus continues its successful development. This is especially true for our traditional industries and agriculture. We have redirected exports, are replacing imports, have increased deliveries to Russia, China and other countries,” the president said.
12:13 PresidentLukashenko criticizes huge military spendings in the world Belarusian President Aleksandr Lukashenko recalled that Belarus not only ensures its food security but can also act as its donor.
11:52 PresidentLukashenko: Peace in Ukraine can be achieved within days "If the Europeans genuinely want peace, it can be achieved within days," the Belarusian leader stressed.
11:41 PresidentLukashenko: Belarusians have never attacked anyone and never will “The Belarusians have never attacked anyone in their history. We have not been a source of threat to anyone. It will continue to be so. I emphasize that this is how it will be! We remain committed to peaceful solution of any international problems,” the Belarusian leader stressed.
11:04 PartnersCultural figures at Shams & Mowlana Int'l Conference in northwest Iran The opening ceremony of the 8th International Conference of Shams and Mowlana was held in Khoy County, northwest Iran, on September 29 with the participation of cultural figures.
11:01 EconomyAlmost 96% of area under buckwheat cleared in Belarus Belarusian agricultural workers have gathered in buckwheat from 95.8% of the area under this crop, the Belarusian Agriculture and Food Ministry told BelTA.
10:49 PresidentLukashenko: Belarus is open to any sensible initiatives “I am convinced that you will see an exceptionally friendly and businesslike attitude on the part of representatives of our government agencies, businesses, public associations,” the Belarusian leader added.
10:39 PresidentLukashenko receives credentials of foreign ambassadors The ambassadors of the United Arab Emirates, Argentina, Benin, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Brazil, Cuba, Malta, Myanmar, Palestine, Sudan and Switzerland presented their credentials to the president of Belarus.
10:24 EconomyBelarus harvests over 52% of corn meant for silage, green fodder More than half of the area under corn meant for silage and green fodder has been cleared in Belarus, BelTA learned from the Agriculture and Food Ministry.
10:11 SocietySenator: Belarus is implementing its Military Doctrine jointly with CSTO allies Western pressure on Belarus is unacceptable, Chairman of the Standing Commission on International Affairs and National Security of the Council of the Republic Sergei Rachkov told a BelTA correspondent.
10:04 PartnersConfucius hometown forum calls for dialogue of civilizations When the world is living through profound changes and a pandemic both unseen in a century, accompanied by geopolitical tensions, there is a common call for a dialogue among different civilizations to seek a better future for humanity.
09:33 EconomyIntergovernmental agreement on transit of Belarus' cargo through Russia signed According to the Ministry of Transport and Communications, the successful implementation of the first agreement, new efficient routes and the growing capacity of the Russian port infrastructure paved the way for a new intergovernmental agreement between the transport ministries of the two countries.