12:44 EconomyKrutoi: Belarus, Russia set to develop common economic space by 2 January 2024 Belarus and Russia are set to develop an almost full-fledged common economic space within the framework of the Union State by 1 January 2024, Dmitry Krutoi, new Belarus' Ambassador to Russia, told the media.
12:35 PresidentMaksim Yermolovich to replace Dmitry Krutoi as Deputy Head of Belarus President Administration Maksim Yermolovich has until now worked as Ambassador of Belarus to the UK and concurrently to Ireland, as well as Permanent Representative to the International Maritime Organization. Prior to his diplomatic career, he worked in various roles at the Finance Ministry for many years, including as finance minister for two years.
12:23 PoliticsLukashenko: Belarus-Russia union will be envied by federations and confederations By preserving the independence of Russia and Belarus, we will build such a union that both federal and confederate states, and, perhaps, even unitary states will be envious of, Aleksandr Lukashenko said.
12:21 PresidentDmitry Krutoi appointed Belarus' ambassador to Russia Dmitry Krutoi will also serve as Belarus' Plenipotentiary to the CIS Economic Council, Special Representative of the Republic of Belarus on integration cooperation in the Union State, Eurasian Economic Union, CIS and the Collective Security Treaty Organization.
12:08 PresidentLukashenko: Belarus' sovereignty and independence are beyond question The sovereignty and independence of Belarus are a constant, not up for any discussion, Belarusian President Aleksandr Lukashenko said.
12:06 PartnersPerformance of show "Colorful Guizhou Style" resumes in SW China Actors perform in the show "Colorful Guizhou Style" at Guiyang Grand Theatre in Guiyang, southwest China's Guizhou Province, July 30, 2022.
11:48 PresidentBelarusian president makes new appointments Belarusian President Aleksandr Lukashenko announced new appointments on 1 August.
11:38 PresidentCalls on Switzerland to return to constructive dialogue with Belarus The head of state noted that Switzerland is an example of how to preserve and strengthen statehood in difficult historical conditions, create a strong economy, and consistently defend national interests in the international arena.
10:52 EconomyBelarus harvests over 1.6m tonnes of grain As of 1 August, grain and leguminous crops (excluding maize, buckwheat and millet) were harvested from 20.4% of the planned area (435,800 hectares). Harvesting was completed on 41.2% of the area (142,700 hectares) in Brest Oblast, 4.91% (17,800 hectares) in Vitebsk Oblast, 30.8% (106,900 hectares) in Gomel Oblast, 19.4% (59,200 hectares) in Grodno Oblast, 17.2% (77,300 hectares) in Minsk Oblast.
10:24 EconomyBelarus set to increase milk, meat production volumes “Belarus has not exported grain in recent years, as the country has been using a large amount of it in cattle breeding. The production in the agro-industrial complex is expected to grow by about 4.5% this year. We plan to increase milk and meat production volumes,” Igor Brylo said and emphasized that Belarus is a self-sufficient in food.
09:47 PresidentLukashenko sends Independence Day greetings to Benin The head of state wished Patrice Talon health and happiness, as well as peace, progress and prosperity to Benin.
09:43 PartnersIran taekwondo girls rank 1st in World Championships Cadets and Juniors Iranian national taekwondo girls team ranked first in 2022 Bulgaria 5th World Championships Cadets and Juniors, gaining 4 gold, a silver and a bronze medals.
09:27 PoliticsCIS experts agree on humanitarian program 2024-2026 The meeting was attended by representatives of Belarus, Azerbaijan, Armenia, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Russia, Tajikistan, Uzbekistan, the CIS Executive Committee and the Coordinating Council of the International Union of the Commonwealth of Public Organizations of Veterans (Pensioners) of Independent States.
09:03 EconomyBelarus develops import substitution in partnership with Russia, other EAEU states In Q1 2022 Belarus produced $2.7 billion of import substitution products. The figure is likely to make up $6.5 billion in H1 2022.
20:00 EconomyAbout 30 delegations visit Brest for City Day celerations Brest is hosting delegations from Poland, Latvia, Slovakia, Germany, Russia's Samara, Kovrov, Kaliningrad, St. Petersburg, Izhevsk, Petrozavodsk, Ryazan, Astrakhan and Malgobek, as well as representatives of diplomatic missions.