The stand will feature products of KB Radar and Orsha Aircraft Repair Plant. The defense technology export company Belspetsvneshtechnika will act as the main exhibitor and collective organizer of the joint stand.
In Ozarichi, for the first time in World War II, the Nazis used prisoners as bacteriological weapons against the Red Army soldiers. “The Ozarichi death camp is an embodiment of grief, sufferings, pain and tears of Belarusian people,” Sergei Gvozd noted.
Speaking about 5G, Alexander Turchin did not specify any time schedule either. “But we understand that an IT country needs a 5G network. Since time moves fast, things change, we set out to accomplish very ambitious tasks,” he said.
Members of the standing commission for human rights, national relations and mass media of the House of Representative met with OSCE Representative on Freedom of the Media Harlem Desir in Minsk on 19 March.
The innovative project has been implemented thanks to the highly-qualified expert and scientific potential of the the Institute of Public Safety Research (IPSR) at Tsinghua University, GSafety company and the University of Civil Protection at the Emergencies Ministry of Belarus.
“It is obvious that the interest in French cuisine is growing in Belarus. Here there are restaurants with French cuisine, which, of course, is really great,” French Ambassador to Belarus Didier Canesse said.
According to the source, the project is supposed to be implemented in 2020-2025 and targets the European-Asian region. As many as 33 countries will participate in it. Belarus is expected to play an active role in the project.
The Belarusian National Library hosted a ceremony to launch the book penned by Ozarichi former prisoners Arkady Shkuran and Mikhail Sinkevich “Polesie: Tragedy and Memory: Crimes of the Wehrmacht. Ozarichi Death Camp, 1944”.