“It would be difficult for the festival to develop without financial assistance from the Belarusian government, Vitebsk Oblast, and the Union State. Yet the events are 87-90% self-sustaining thanks to the involvement of big, medium, small businesses and partners,” Director General of the Vitebsk culture center and the festival Gleb Lapitsky said.
Some serious work has been done in Belarus in this area in the last few years. A smooth operating system was established. The relevant legal base is available. Efforts are also poured into prevention work.
A delegation of Belarus' Investigative Committee led by its Chairman Ivan Noskevich is in Baku to sign a cooperation agreement between Belarus' Investigative Committee and Azerbaijan's Prosecutor General's Office.
A total of 506 individuals are being treated with nine of them at the Intensive Care Unit (ICU) while all 111 schools in Pasir Gudang have been ordered closed following the pollution of chemicals due to the discharge of chemicals at Sungai Kim Kim.