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01 September 2022, 17:39

Belarusian ambassador inaugurates Belarus-built school in Russia's Kaluga Oblast

Photo courtesy of the Belarusian Embassy
Photo courtesy of the Belarusian Embassy

MOSCOW, 1 September (BelTA) - The school built by Belarusian specialists was solemnly unveiled in the city of Medyn, Kaluga Oblast of Russia on 1 September, BelTA learned from the press service of the Belarusian Embassy in the Russian Federation.

The ceremony was attended by a Belarusian delegation headed by Ambassador of Belarus to Russia Dmitry Krutoi. "I am sure that the children who will attend this school, their parents and teachers will feel a piece of the Belarusian soul and will be able to make sure of the high quality of the Made in Belarus brand," the ambassador said.

The celebrations were also attended by Kaluga Oblast Governor Vladislav Shapsha, and Anatoly Artamonov, a member of the Federation Council of the Federal Assembly of Russia from Kaluga Oblast.

The new school is designed for 1,000 places. On its grounds there are two swimming pools, a modern food unit, sports grounds and a film studio. The general contractor was the Belarusian OAO Promtechmontazh. The project was implemented on an investment and construction basis with the use of an export loan from the Development Bank of the Republic of Belarus.

The project broke ground in July 2020. To minimize costs, the project involved Belarusian manufacturers of building materials and equipment: Mogilevliftmash, Gomelstroymaterialy, Keramin.

A year ago, a Belarus-built school was opened in Voronezh Oblast of Russia.

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