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12 June 2024, 12:52

BelTA’s exhibition celebrating Belarus opens in Chisinau

MINSK, 12 June (BelTA) – In the run-up to Independence Day and the 80th anniversary of the liberation of Belarus from Nazi invaders BelTA has opened a photo exhibition "Sovereign Belarus" at the Belarusian Embassy in Chisinau, BelTA has learned. 

"Sovereign Belarus is, first of all, about law, order, justice," Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the Republic of Belarus to the Republic of Moldova Anatoly Kalinin said during the exhibition launch ceremony. “The Republic of Belarus is a country of wonderful, hardworking, talented people. Our policy relies on a strong economy. We are proud that our words go hand in hand. We are doing everything for our country to be attractive, self-sufficient, independent, and sovereign."


Belarus is as hospitable as Moldova, the ambassador noted. "I invite you to travel to Belarus to see the country not only in photographs but also get the feel of our country," he stressed.

Belarus and Moldova have a lot in common. Belarusians have many family relatives in Moldova. So do Moldovans in our country. "Through our diaspora, we are trying to maintain contacts, to engage them in our common interest in order to live in peace and harmony," Ambassador Anatoly Kalinin added.
The photographs depict the achievements of sovereign Belarus in a variety of sectors such as agriculture, industry, medicine, education, culture, science and technology. Some photographs are dedicated to the theme of preserving historical memory to which Belarus attaches special importance.


The opening ceremony was attended by representatives of the diplomatic missions of Azerbaijan, Kazakhstan, China and Russia, heads of a number of public organizations of Belarusians in Moldova and activists of the Belarusian diaspora, creative intelligentsia.
Photos courtesy of the Embassy of the Republic of Belarus in the Republic of Moldova 
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