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30 June 2020, 11:21

BelTA's With Pride in Heart project celebrates Belarusian army

MINSK, 30 June (BelTA) – The third issue of BelTA's multimedia project “With Pride in Heart” focuses on the national security and the Belarusian military sector.

In line with its military doctrine, Belarus views no country as an enemy. In order not to make any, the country implements a peaceful multifaceted foreign policy. At the same time, Belarus pays close attention to military security, building up and developing its Armed Forces. Because an army is the most powerful deterrent to anyone who would like to talk to the country from the position of strength.

The issue dedicated to the Armed Forces focuses on the main stages of Belarus' military development, new military units and equipment, ways to respond to modern challenges, in a word, about the building up of the army of a sovereign state.

BelTA's project “With Pride in Heart” was launched on 16 June. It is dedicated to the achievements of the sovereign Belarus in various fields.

Since gaining independence, Belarus has come a long way, and the results of this development have benefited every Belarusian. After the dissolution of the Soviet Union, Belarus has managed not only to preserve the country, but also to expand its economic capacity, provide all citizens with the necessary social guarantees, and strengthen the national security. Belarus' voice is heard in respected international organizations, mostly thanks to peace initiatives of the country's authorities.

Every issue of the “With Pride in Heart” project tells about the country's achievements in many areas, from advanced technologies and national security to healthcare and national culture.

The project relies on the historical information, archival newspapers, photos, videos, and also BelTA's news materials and infographics.

The first two long-reads were dedicated to the manufacturing industry and the agricultural sector.

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