The border section that cuts across the exclusion zone around the Chernobyl nuclear power plant is about 120km long. The territory near the border is hard to travel through. Large areas are covered with thick forests, swamps, small lakes, and a well-developed network of amelioration canals.
Minsk is hosting a delegation of the Republican Center of Forensic Expertise named after Kh. Suleymanova under the Ministry of Justice of Uzbekistan. The experts got familiar with the structure and the main lines of activity of the State Forensic Examination Committee of Belarus, visited the laboratories and the facility for ballistic examinations
The parties are set to sign a roadmap to implement the memorandum of understanding to expand cooperation in continuous education in medicine and pharmaceutics signed by the healthcare ministries in 2016.
Belarus and Turkey are considering increasing the frequency of flights between the countries and expanding cooperation in education and culture. These topics were high on the agenda of a meeting between Speaker of the Grand National Assembly of Turkey Binali Yildirim and the speakers of the National Assembly of Belarus.
Robotics, digitization and artificial intelligence are the key tasks for young scientists of Belarus and Russia in today's rapid sci-tech progress, State Secretary of the Union State Grigory Rapota said.
Finland is looking into possibilities of expanding cooperation with the regions of Belarus, Finnish Ambassador to Lithuania and concurrently to Belarus Christer Michelsson said at a meeting with Grodno Oblast Governor Vladimir Kravtsov.
According to the source, the MLRS V-200 Polonez with the engagement range of 200km was commissioned in 2016. An upgraded version of the weapon system named Polonez M able to hit targets 300km away was successfully tested in 2017.
For now drones can be flown outside forbidden areas, within the line-of-sight range, below 100m above earth or water. Drones weighing more than 0.5kg must have identification. Aerial photography is forbidden without authorization from the General Staff of the Armed Forces.