17:20 PresidentLukashenko concerned about possible attack under guise of NATO military exercises Aleksandr Lukashenko said: “So, they have started these military exercises in Poland, Latvia, Lithuania, and Ukraine. What am I to do as the commander-in-chief? I cannot fall for these provocations but I also have to foresee what may happen in order to avoid a repeat of 1941."
17:08 PartnersCorps Commander Polo Cup to get underway The Corps Commander Polo Cup sponsored by Diamond Paints will roll stroll into action tomorrow (Tuesday) here at the Jinnah Polo Fields (JPF) ground.
16:42 PresidentDeployment of Russian nuclear weapons in Belarus possible, Lukashenko says The Belarusian head of state was asked about a recent statement by NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg regarding the possible deployment of nuclear weapons in Eastern Europe.
16:41 In PicturesFlamingo Bird Paradise in Turkey An artificial flamingo island called "Bird Paradise" is located in Gediz Delta, in Turkey's western Izmir province. The island is 6,440 m2 big.
16:31 SocietyRefugee from Iraqi Kurdistan: We do not understand why Poles do not let us through According to the refugee, people left Iraq for different reasons. “We have the same goal, however. We want to get to Germany where we can be granted asylum. We do not understand why the Poles do not let us through the border,” said the refugee from Iraqi Kurdistan.
16:05 SocietyBelarus' healthcare minister speaks at World Health Assembly special session Belarus is ready to actively participate in negotiations on the development of a new international document on pandemics, Healthcare Minister Dmitry Pinevich said speaking by a video link at a special session of the World Health Assembly.
15:36 SocietyCIS to align approaches to prevent attempts to rewrite history The Executive Committee of the Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS) has hosted consultations of the information agencies of the ministries of foreign affairs of the CIS countries.
15:06 Sport2021 Winter Universiade cancelled due to new COVID-19 variant On Friday, the World Health Organization designated a variant of coronavirus B.1.1.529 found in the south of Africa with the Greek letter omicron. The variant has a large number of mutations, some of which are concerning.
14:47 PresidentKiselyov promises to make the most of interview with Lukashenko According to Dmitry Kiselyov, the VGTRK broadcaster will show the interview in full on the Rossiya 24 TV channel. A piece of the interview will be aired in the next installment of the Vesti Nedeli (News of the Week) weekly news program.
14:40 PoliticsKiselyov shares impressions of his interview with Lukashenko Dmitry Kiselyov noted that it was his first meeting with the Belarusian head of state. He admitted that the interview was a kind of eye-opening experience for him.
14:21 SocietyBelarusian-Chinese cooperation in science hailed as vibrant Belarusian-Chinese joint projects in science and technology have been growing in terms of number and scale, Chairman of the Belarusian State Committee for Science and Technology Aleksandr Shumilin said at the opening of the Belarusian-Chinese forum.
14:21 In Pictures23rd day for refugees on Belarus-Poland border A temporary accommodation facility has been set up in the logistics center following the instruction of the Belarusian president. The refugees have been provided with everything they need. Belarus is doing its best to provide them with warm clothes and food. The Belarusian authorities, NGOs and also ordinary Belarusians help refugees with the delivery of basic necessities.
14:06 SportBelarus name squad for BMW IBU World Cup in Oestersund BMW IBU World Cup 2 will take place in Oestersund, Sweden on 2-5 December. The program will feature sprint, relay and pursuit events among men and women.
13:22 In PicturesMinsk shopping malls get into Christmas spirit Shopping malls in Minsk are getting into the Christmas spirit with festive decorations.
13:07 SocietyOpinion poll: Most Russians blame EU for migrant crisis at Belarus-Poland border A study conducted by the Russian Public Opinion Research Center has revealed that Russians tend to blame the European Union for the migrant crisis at the Belarus-Poland border.