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(ATR) European Olympic Committees president Janez Kocijančič says there are no major delays with infrastructure preparations for the Games in Minsk. ... His comments came after meetings with Belarus president Alexander Lukashenko and prime minister Andrei Kobyakov, which were part of a three-day ...

In line with the program on developing the charging infrastructure and electric transport in Belarus, the number of electric vehicles in the country is supposed to reach 32,700 by 2025 according to the optimistic scenario, including 30,820 electric cars and 1,880 electric buses. The program's projects and ...
Without the assistance of the EU, all the existing border infrastructure in this region would have looked obsolete. At the same time, the number of visitors between the two countries keeps growing. Even Belarus, which is hardly attractive to tourists, issued 73 thousand visas in Lithuania during 2017.
Belarus works to make its tourist infrastructure China-friendly. The authorities plan to create the traditional festive atmosphere during the local elections on 18 February. However, local councils in Belarus remain little more than voluntary social work and attract little competition. This and more in the latest ...
MOSCOW, 8 February (BelTA) – Digital technology has become a part of Belarus' national strategy, Minister Counsellor of the Belarusian Embassy in Russia Yuri Yaroshevich noted at the conference “Designing the future and horizons of the digital reality” taking place at the business and cultural center of ...
... of the Belarusian-Russian University in Mogilev were also discussed. “The development of infrastructure of this institution is particularly important for implementing the University 3.0 model. It is also part of the experimental program we have determined by the relevant Education Ministry executive order.
“They got familiar with the infrastructure of highway and aviation checkpoints, visited centers for migrants. ... adapted and used by the border services of Belarus, and also taken into account as Belarus prepares to sign an agreement on readmission with the EU and develop the corresponding infrastructure.
Oleg Sedelnik has been appointed the new CEO of the Belarusian state-owned infrastructure operator beCloud, reports Providers.by. Sedelnik replaces Sergey Poblaguyev in his new position. Sedelnik already worked at beCloud, as well as prviously for other Belarusian telecommunications companies.


 

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