09:03 EconomyGreat Stone industrial park, International Land Port of Gansu sign cooperation agreement The document provides for cooperation in import/export operations, foreign and domestic trade, and logistics. In addition, the agreement provides for the joint expansion of investment attraction channels and the sharing of resources.
09:01 PoliticsOpinion: Belarus, Russia build equal relations, while the West furthers only its own interests Belarus and Russia have succeeded in building equal relations within the Union State, while the West can only impose its will, Aleksandr Dyukov, Director of the Russian Historical Memory Foundation, said.
19:07 PresidentBelarusian figures of culture thanked for staying loyal to Motherland “Thank you all, who have stayed in Belarus during these turbulent post-revolutionary years after 2020, to continue giving people joy and happiness,” said Aleksandr Lukashenko.
18:33 PresidentLukashenko awards Belarusian figures of culture on Independence Day The president conferred the Order of Francysk Skaryna upon Vadim Yakonyuk, professor of the department of musical pedagogy, history and theory of the performing arts of the Belarusian State Academy of Music, and the Medal of Francysk Skaryna upon Vladimir Andreyenko, director of the Mogilev Oblast Puppet Theater.
18:30 PresidentLukashenko: Creative culture inspires individual, nation Creative culture inspires the development of both an individual and a nation, Belarusian President Aleksandr Lukashenko said as he honored figures of culture in a ceremony at the Bolshoi Theater of Belarus.
10:49 PresidentLukashenko talks with participants of patriotic youth project Memory Train Belarusian President Aleksandr Lukashenko talked with participants of the patriotic youth project Memory Train during a commemorative ceremony at the Mound of Glory memorial.
10:41 PresidentLukashenko: We will never betray historical memory “You know about the decisions of NATO to increase the number of troops in Eastern Europe by 10 times. Why do it in peacetime? They are doing it in order to fight. We will do our best to hold out and win,” said Aleksandr Lukashenko.
10:32 PresidentLukashenko: Belarus will continue to support Russia Belarus has supported Russia and will continue to do so, Belarusian President Aleksandr Lukashenko said at a wreath ceremony at the Mound of Glory memorial.
10:28 PresidentLukashenko: Neither Belarus, nor Russia, or Ukraine needs war Neither Belarusians, nor Russians, or Ukrainians need war, but we will not allow Nazism to rear its head again, Belarusian President Aleksandr Lukashenko said at a wreath ceremony.
10:20 PresidentLukashenko urges young people to perpetuate memory of war feats and heroes Work will continue in Belarus to perpetuate the memory of the feats and heroes of the Great Patriotic War, Belarusian President Aleksandr Lukashenko said at a wreath ceremony at the Mound of Glory memorial.
10:19 PresidentLukashenko: 3 July has been inscribed in calendar of Belarus' major national holidays forever 3 July, a fateful date in the history of the Belarusian people, has been inscribed in the calendar of the country's major national holidays forever, Belarusian President Aleksandr Lukashenko said as he took part in a wreath ceremony at the Mound of Glory memorial on 3 July.
09:02 In PicturesIndependence Day celebrations in Grodno Grodno opened the Independence Day celebrations with a flower ceremony at the war memorial in the Gilibert Park on 3 July.
09:01 PresidentLukashenko extends Independence Day greetings to Belarusians We are inspired by the example of heroic ancestors, centuries-old history, and rich culture. We understand that the opportunity to live freely and shape one's own future is the highest value for any people, the message of greetings reads.
09:00 SocietyBelarus marks Independence Day The decision to celebrate Independence Day on 3 July was adopted in a nationwide referendum on 24 November 1996. This holiday has become a symbol of the national revival of our state. It is marked on the day Minsk was liberated from the Nazi invaders – 3 July 1944.
22:27 PresidentLukashenko: ‘Nothing is done in Belarus without president's permission‘ “Mass media are speculating that Belarus is ‘occupied', that Putin is in control. I understand why this is happening today and I want you to understand: they are using all kinds of methods to destabilize things in our country. They know what I am like, and they are trying to get to me,” said the head of state.