10:05 EconomyBelarus signs over $70m worth of contracts with Russia's Karelia The government delegation led by Prime Minister Roman Golovchenko is paying a working visit to Petrozavodsk and Murmansk on 24-26 May.
09:43 EconomyBellesbumprom's export to Russia's Karelia up 14% in Q1 2023 Pulp and tall oil have the largest share in the exports. Paper, cardboard and cardboard products, furniture and wood boards are also among the commodities actively exported.
09:24 PresidentLukashenko sends Independence Day greetings to Jordan Aleksandr Lukashenko has wished the King of Jordan and his family good health and longevity, and peace and wellbeing to the people of the country.
09:15 PartnersMMCA, Guggenheim team up for exhibition on Korean experimental art in 1960-70 The National Museum of Contemporary Art, Korea (MMCA) said Thursday it will hold an exhibition focused on Korean experimental art in the 1960s and 1970s jointly with Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum in New York.
09:01 PoliticsAzerbaijan hailed as Belarus' important, reliable partner “The Republic of Azerbaijan is rapidly developing its economy, strengthening its statehood and its role in the international arena thanks to its successful domestic and foreign policy. The country is confidently following the course outlined by its leader and fully supported by its people. And we, as good friends, are sincerely glad for your success,” Leonid Zayats said.
22:00 President‘We cannot and shouldn't fall behind!' Details of Lukashenko's speech at Eurasian forum The Belarus president touched upon such areas as industrial security and technological security, energy security and information security in the EAEU space.
19:59 EconomyBelarus eager to sell more vehicles to Russia's Republic of Karelia Roman Golovchenko said: “There is a strong demand for BelAZ haul trucks: 17 vehicles with the carrying capacity of 220 tonnes will be shipped this year. But the demand is even higher. Artur Olegovich [Parfenchikov] approached me on behalf of Karelia's private sector with the idea of increasing vehicle deliveries."
19:45 PoliticsTokayev on the Union State: ‘A unique precedent in world political history' The union of Belarus and Russia is a unique precedent in world political history, Kazakhstan President Kassym-Jomart Tokayev said at the plenary meeting of the Eurasian Economic Forum in Moscow.
19:28 EconomyBelarusian nuclear power plant electricity to satisfy over 40% of real sector's, population's demand Viktor Karankevich underlined the importance of ensuring Belarus' energy security. It is ensured by means of diversification of the energy resources in use, by reducing dependence on hydrocarbon fuel. Primarily by implementing measures to develop the nuclear energy industry.
19:18 PresidentLukashenko about EAEU: We advance integration not for the sake of confrontation Aleksandr Lukashenko said: “We advance integration not for the sake of some confrontation. President Putin often talks about it. We would like to create multipolar equal and safe space for life activities. If we don't do it, we will trail along at the back."
19:15 PresidentLukashenko: Russia has challenged the unipolar world and we are there for them Russia has challenged the unipolar world, and we are there for them, Belarusian President Aleksandr Lukashenko said as he addressed the 2nd Eurasian Economic Forum in Moscow.
19:07 PresidentLukashenko wants EAEU to build up technological sovereignty regardless of relations with West According to the Belarusian leader, manufacturing cooperation will allow creating products under a Eurasian brand with the maximum rate of localization. It will also allow launching new import-substituting projects.
18:13 PresidentLukashenko: Green agenda is used by West as one of tools to put pressure The green agenda is actively used by the West as one of the tools to put pressure, Belarusian President Aleksandr Lukashenko said at the 2nd Eurasian Economic Forum in Moscow.
18:01 PresidentEAEU urged to address several tasks to ensure its food security The level of self-sufficiency for most products (in the union) is 80-95% today. In terms of grain it is 132%, oilseeds - 151%. Surpluses sell well on foreign markets. The demand for food is enormous. And it is growing, the head of state said.
18:00 PresidentLukashenko calls for non-discriminatory prices for natural monopoly services in EAEU “We have to ensure the realization of non-discriminatory approaches to pricing the services of natural monopolies across the entire breadth of the Eurasian Economic Union no matter what,” the president stressed.