19:19 EconomyBelarusian Krichevtsementnoshifer to refresh product range by 70% in January 2022 Krichevtsementnoshifer will refresh the product range due to transition to a new cement manufacturing standard. For instance, the product range will include the new straight cement Tsem-0. It will be the highest quality product.
18:53 PoliticsNuclear powers urged to deploy nuclear weapons only in their own territories The CSTO member states urge the nuclear-weapon states-parties to the Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons not to deploy nuclear weapons on foreign soil.
18:46 EconomyBelarus' export of computer services up to $2.2bn in January-September 2021 Computer services accounted for 29.4% of Belarus' total export of services in January-September 2021. Computer services rank second to transport services in terms of the export volume.
18:40 SocietyOver 2.83m people in Belarus fully vaccinated against COVID-19 More than 3.582 million Belarusians have received the first dose of the coronavirus vaccine, BelTA learned from the press service of the Healthcare Ministry.
18:35 PoliticsCSTO Permanent Council adopts statement on military activity in adjacent areas The participants of the meeting considered a number of draft documents related to cooperation in military security, and also planning of the CSTO activities in 2022.
18:27 PoliticsMinisterial consultations discuss cooperation in media coverage of CSTO activities "The consultations focused on ways of strengthening the interaction between the media units in covering the activities of the Collective Security Treaty Organization, developing common approaches to the practical coverage of CSTO events," the ministry said.
18:26 PresidentLukashenko expects no humanitarian corridor to open for refugees The head of state said that in the telephone conversation Germany's acting Chancellor Angela Merkel asked him to repatriate these people.
17:59 PresidentLukashenko: Crimea became Russian after the referendum de jure and de facto The head of state also said during the interview that he intends to visit Crimea and the relevant agreement had been reached with President of Russia Vladimir Putin. Aleksandr Lukashenko said he would like to start the trip by visiting Sevastopol.
17:58 PoliticsOpinion: USA wants to drag Europe into simmering military conflict with Russia The USA seeks to drag Europe into a simmering military conflict with Russia and its allies, political scientist Vadim Borovik said on the air of Alfa Radio.
17:52 EconomyStage 5 engines of Belarusian MMZ to be tested in Germany The MMZ's Stage 5 engine lineup includes four engines: D-245.43S5M, D-245.5S5M, D-245S5M и D-245.2S5M. Their output varies from 62kW to 90kW. The Belarusian company started designing Stage 5 engines in 2018.
17:45 PresidentLukashenko holds EU responsible for migrant crisis "When the EU terminated the readmission agreement, I said back then: well, since they decided to break this agreement, to stop cooperating with us on border protection issues, it was their problem. But I would not defend them anymore the way I did last year. They heard it all. So did the organizers," the Belarusian leader said.
17:39 SocietyBelarus' COVID-19 latest: 1,395 new cases, 1,438 recoveries The nationwide coronavirus tally now stands at 654,718. A total of 641,570 patients previously diagnosed with COVID-19 have recovered in Belarus.
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.