The German inspectors will visit the Belarusian army unit in line with the 2011 Vienna Document on Confidence- and Security-Building Measures. The inspectors are supposed to make sure the information Belarus provides to the OSCE member states in line with the document is complete and true.
The program envisages seminars-presentations of youth science, technology and innovation ideas and projects and also scientific sections devoted to IT, instrument engineering, robotics, artificial intelligence, sports engineering, intercultural communications of Belarus and China.
The event is organized by the St Andrew the First-Called Foundation (Russia) together with the Karic brothers foundation (Serbia) with the support of the Minsk City Hall and the Ministry of Labor and Social Security of Belarus.
In addition to new missiles and drones Belarus intends to continue improving its radio warfare and radio suppression systems. “Maybe weapons based on new principles of physics. We've made some headway into it. This is why we are going to move into this direction,” said Roman Golovchenko.
“Indeed, KamAZ is developing a vehicle, which may compete with MZKT products. It is only normal. Every country, including Belarus, aims for independence and reliance on its own resources. We see no tragedy in that,” said Roman Golovchenko.