MINSK, 29 December (BelTA) – The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Belarus held a charity event at the Nursing Home for the Elderly and Disabled No. 2 in Minsk, BelTA learned from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
The gifts for the nursing home were collected by employees of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. Taking part in the charity event were representatives of the diplomatic missions of Armenia, Great Britain, Venezuela, Vietnam, Israel, India, Italy, Qatar, China, Cuba, Libya, UAE, Pakistan, Serbia, Syria, Slovakia, Sudan, Turkmenistan, Türkiye, Sweden, South Korea, the CIS Executive Committee, as well as the honorary consuls of Belarus in Bangladesh, Greece, Zambia, Iceland, and Thailand. A total of 22 embassies, one office of an international organization, five honorary consuls joined the event. The gifts were bought in line with the wish list of the administration of the nursing home.
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs has held a charity event in this institution for the third time. This year it is dedicated to the memory of the late Minister of Foreign Affairs Vladimir Makei.
The charity event of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs is part of the nationwide charity movement Do Good. The information about the initiative was distributed through the Belarusian media and posted on social networks of the ministry under the single hashtag #Razam.
Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs Yuri Ambrazevich emphasized the importance of such charity events. He noted that the participants of the charity event saw a concert and a collection of works made by those who live in the nursing home. “We have an understanding of how to keep developing our cooperation,” said Yuri Ambrazevich.