16:59 SocietyZimbabwean diplomat attends commemorative ceremony in Khatyn It is very important for any country to protect the history from attempts to rewrite or falsify it, Chargé d'Affaires of Zimbabwe in Belarus Kudakwashe Lawrence Goniwa told the media as he attended the commemorative events on the occasion of the 80th anniversary of the Khatyn tragedy.
16:19 EconomyBelarus' Mogilev Oblast presents export, investment potential in Russia Special importance in the development of friendly relations between the regions is given to cooperation between the cities of Mogilev and Astrakhan. A plan of joint activities to strengthen this cooperation was signed during the visit.
15:45 EconomyBelarus, Oman discuss cooperation prospects in trade, economy The parties explored possibilities to ramp up trade and economic cooperation, to launch joint projects in manufacturing, as well as other steps to intensify bilateral contacts.
15:04 PresidentLukashenko confident in Belarusian economy's resilience Aleksandr Lukashenko said: “The first quarter of the year confirms my optimism that this year should be and will be at least as good as last year. If we live this year just like we did last year and if we hit performance targets set at a government meeting on top of that, we will live a normal life.”
14:57 PresidentLukashenko: 'Khatyn is our pain, our memory' "Being in Khatyn... The feeling is special. That tragedy is impossible to compare to anything," the Belarusian leader stressed. “Indeed, our land is dotted with monuments. In the Middle Ages Belarus was a land of castles. Now it is a land of monuments."
14:41 PresidentLukashenko: 2024 political campaign will go well if Belarusians keep their cool The head of state was asked about the political campaign that is scheduled for next year and about the public sentiments about it. “If we stay grounded, everything will be fine,” Aleksandr Lukashenko replied.
14:26 PresidentLukashenko explains West's ire over Xi Jinping's visit to Russia Aleksandr Lukashenko reminded about his previous meetings with high-ranking USA representatives during Donald Trump's presidency. Back then the head of state told them: “Are you totally crazy? Tell your president that they have done the best thing for us, for Russia, and for China by bringing us all together.”
14:18 EconomyBelarus, Egypt discuss industrial cooperation, assembly plants Belarusian Ambassador to Russia Dmitry Krutoi met with Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the Arab Republic of Egypt to the Russian Federation Nazih El Naggary.
14:14 PresidentLukashenko: It is people who will chose Belarus' leader at next presidential election It is the Belarusian people, as has always been the case, who will chose the country's leader at the next presidential election, Belarusian President Aleksandr Lukashenko told reporters, BelTA informs.
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13:57 PresidentLukashenko talks about capture of ‘spies' in Poland “Everything is simple: they want to swap them. They grab people in order to suggest that Russia or Belarus should swap them for someone. They have already suggested it,” Aleksandr Lukashenko said.
13:47 PresidentBelarusians urged to stay united, keep their guard up Belarusian President Aleksandr Lukashenko called upon Belarusians to stay united and keep their guard up as he commented to the media on the recent incident at the Machulishchi airfield and the elimination of a terrorist in Grodno.
13:23 PresidentLukashenko cautions against giving Ukraine depleted-uranium shells The president stressed that once this ammunition is used, Russia's response and the consequences will be terrible: “Once this ammunition blows up at positions of Russian troops, you will see that the response will be a terrible lesson for the entire planet. Russia has more than depleted uranium. You know it perfectly well.”
13:18 SocietyKhatyn Tragedy: 80 Years On Today Belarus is paying tribute to the memory of the residents of the village of Khatyn, which was burned by the Nazis 80 years ago – on 22 March 1943.
12:55 PresidentLukashenko: “Aryan standards” are now replaced by liberal democratic values Heirs of fascism have replaced “Aryan standards” with liberal democratic values, Belarusian President Aleksandr Lukashenko said as he took part in a commemorative event dedicated to the 80th anniversary of the Khatyn tragedy on 22 March, BelTA informs.