10:47 PoliticsBelarus, Turkiye discuss prospects for resolving the Ukrainian crisis The parties discussed the regional security, prospects for resolving the Ukrainian crisis, Belarusian-Turkish political, trade and economic relations, an exchange of visits, and food security.
10:16 EconomyBelarus-Egypt economic cooperation commission to resume work Belarusian Minister of Foreign Affairs Sergei Aleinik held a meeting with Egyptian Minister of Foreign Affairs Sameh Shoukry on the sidelines of the United Nations General Assembly in New York.
10:00 PartnersTurkish National wrestler Buse Tosun Cavusoglu crowned world champion Turkish national wrestler Buse Tosun Cavusoglu was crowned the world champion Thursday in the women's 68-kilogram category at the 2023 World Wrestling Championships in the Serbian capital Belgrade.
09:59 EconomyBelarus' sugar beet harvest exceeds 900,000t As of 22 September, some 7,550,100 tonnes of grain was cropped in Belarus. This included 6,511,500 tonnes of grain and leguminous crops and 1,038,600 tonnes of rapeseed.
09:20 PoliticsBelarusian MPs meet with UN under-secretary-general in New York The senators presented information on the level of damage inflicted on the Republic of Belarus through the sanctions pressure of the countries of the collective West and as a result of the Chernobyl disaster, as well as on the efforts Belarus is making to overcome it.
09:09 PartnersChinese astronauts deliver lecture from space station The fourth live class from China's space station was held on Thursday afternoon, delivered by the Shenzhou-16 astronauts Jing Haipeng, Zhu Yangzhu and Gui Haichao to students on Earth.
09:00 PoliticsBelarus calls for comprehensive UN strategy for middle-income countries “We all want to create in our own societies a sizable middle class,” Sergei Aleinik said. “We do so, because we believe that it is the best guarantor of peace, stability, and prosperity of the whole nation. The same logic applies to the international context.”
20:18 PresidentLukashenko comments on leaks about ‘president's new residence' “Information has started circulating recently claiming that Lukashenko has built a new residence for himself, that the Belarusian People's Congress is likely to take place there. I thought: where was it built? Who built it? They couldn't have built it without my authorization,” the president said.
19:45 PresidentBar set for prospective Belarusian university students Aleksandr Lukashenko said: “We've come up with answers to the main problems, including the stability of the entire education process. We shouldn't make radical policy changes year after year.”
19:28 SocietyBelarusians invited to study nuclear technologies in Obninsk Tech in Russia The Russian prime minister said: “I am convinced it will become the leading cluster for gifted youth from all over the world. It will help train high-class specialists, who are needed in various branches of the economy. It will allow securing Russia's technological sovereignty in the area of new nuclear science.”
18:46 In PicturesCamels enjoy seaside in Oman Camels living in the highlands of Oman's Dhofar Governorate travel to the coastline in the summer for cool water.
18:38 SportBelarus 105th in FIFA rankings Belarus was 98th in July rankings. Over the past two months, the Belarusian team, under the tutelage of new coach Carlos Alos Ferrer of Spain, have played two European Qualifiers 2024 games. At first, Belarus drew with Andorra 0-0 and lost to Israel 0-1. Now the Belarusian national team has 1198.22 points.
18:29 PoliticsBelarus, Vietnam discuss ways to intensify cooperation The parties discussed ways to intensify trade and economic cooperation, political dialogue, including the exchange of visits.
18:08 SportNOC: Belarusian sport made great contribution to Olympic movement over 30 years Belarusian sport has made a significant contribution to the development of the Olympic movement over the past 30 years, Victoryia Okulevich, the head of the information department - press secretary of the Belarusian NOC, told BelTA.
18:00 PresidentLukashenko wants Belarusian university graduates to do mandatory jobs for longer “Two years is nothing. Consider for how long we train them at university and then via mentorship, via on-the-job training for two years. For instance, in school if we are talking about a teacher,” he said.