The employees of 10% of enterprises will be forced to work part-time or will be fired at all in the context of the global pandemic.
The tradition to celebrate the Children’s Day has been observed for 70 years. The protection of the rights and interests of children is one of the priorities of the state policy in Belarus.
"Culture" will air the legendary works of Vladimir Korotkevich. The interactive reader competition "Past. Present. Future" will start at the radio station.
The permanent monitoring by the State of the treatment of coronavirus patients and patients with other diseases is organized in Belarus.
The pandemic has affected a number of sectors, including the service sector. It is necessary to provide targeted help and create conditions for the development and adaptation to new realities.
18,514 patients with previously confirmed diagnosis of COVID-19 recover and discharged from hospitals in Belarus, as of May 31, There are 42,556 people registered with a positive virus test.
The pandemic, closed borders, global quarantine - all this has affected the economic ties in our country. Business and industry had to make urgent changes in their work.
There are many issues that require serious monitoring this year. We have a pandemic, which in fact forces us to be more careful and cautious about each other for six months, and the world economic situation.
The President has come to congratulate the employees (the plant has turned 74), to evaluate the new line of equipment (with which we will enter the markets after the global lockdown) and the modernization program for 10 years ahead.
Prices are a topic that concerns every Belarusian. We all go to the stores. A permanent monitoring of the cost of the consumer basket and, if necessary, its regulation is a strict requirement of Alexander Lukashenko.
One of the priorities of the governmental policy, which is under the personal control of the Head of State, is the development of regions.
The best voices of the "Little Talents of Belarus" will be heard on the morning broadcast of the First National Channel of Belarusian Radio.
Today the Farewell Bells rang in many schools, gymnasiums and lyceums of Belarus. This year, more than 86 thousand children completed the 9th grade.
The labor collective of Minsk Tractor Plant (MTZ) did not let the President leave without open dialogue. A lot of questions have accumulated.
The stability of one of the country's largest works, ambitious plans for modernization, and import substitution - these topics have raised during the visit of the President to Minsk Tractor Plant (MTZ).
The stability of one of the largest plants in the country, plans for modernization and import substitution became central topics during the President’s visit to Minsk Tractor Plant.
The cost of Schengen visas for Belarusians will be reduced to 35 euros from July 1. The Belarusian Foreign Ministry received an official notification from the European Union about the completion of the internal procedures for ratification of the agreements on visa facilitation and readmission.
Graduates of schools in Luban District, winners of the BNTU Olympiad, won the intellectual tournament and also found a job.
Graduate from Zhodino, Yaroslav Yakubovsky, outperformed a thousand competitors and won the prize at the international scientific conference on physics.
Prime Minister of Belarus Sergey Rumas announced that at the Council of the Heads of Government of the CIS, which was held in a videoconference format.
17,390 patients with previously diagnosed Covid-19 recovered on May 29 in Belarus, according to the statistics of the Ministry of Health.
Minsk Tractor Plant (MTZ) has turned 74. On a landmark day for the company, the President arrived at the factory. MTZ is one of the ten world's major producers of agricultural machinery.
Today is a special day for graduates of schools and gymnasiums. The last bell rings throughout the country. Traditional lines are not held, the holiday is held on the Internet.