The economic impact from antiviral measures may be worse than the virus itself. Having lost their heads and their common sense from panic, the world's strongest economies are pushing the world into crisis, either willingly or unwillingly.
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This event cannot be cancelled. The World Theatre Day this week is a holiday not only for professionals, but also for fans of stage art.
This week the team of the popular vocal talent show held a pre-casting in Gomel. During 2 days 250 candidates were evaluated in the regional socio-cultural center.
Support to the real sector, medium and small businesses was discussed at the end of the week by the Council of Ministers
The high level of partnership between Belarus and China is called "all-weather friendship". We are not talking about climate change, of course, but about the sustainability of our ties in politics, diplomacy, economics, social development and culture.
Belteleradiocompany continues its search for X-Factor performers. The team of the popular show has made a schedule of casting tour and every weekend listens to talents in different cities.
The World Health Organization supports the actions of the Ministry of Health of Belarus. This was reported in a letter, sent by Director of the WHO Regional Office for Europe Hans Kluge to the Belarusian Minister of Health Vladimir Karanik.
The health of Belarusians, domestic medical equipment, as well as the support and development of the Belarusian brand, which has done a lot not only for our country, but also for the world health care and security, were discussed during the week.
Economics, technological discipline and working with people. This is the main thing that the President demands from new regional leaders.
This week was incredibly full of all kinds of high-profile events and news, among which, of course, the first two lines are the fight against the virus on the planet and oil crisis.
15 March is an important day for the history of our country. In 1994, the first Constitution of sovereign Belarus, the main and basic law, was adopted.
Nine months ago, Belarus learned the name of the new Interior Minister, Yuri Karayev. Nine months have passed. And the results of the analysis and work of the MIA are already visible.
Protecting the health of Belarusians is the work that is being done on all fronts. But the range of topics discussed during the week in the Palace of Independence with the head of the Ministry of Health, was much wider than the situation with the spread of seasonal and non-seasonal infections.
Solar energy as an alternative and progressive business can breathe new life into the so-called Chernobyl lands. New perspectives are now opening up for them.
The President signed a decree to encourage the use of battery-operated cars this week. The document provides for unprecedented benefits.
Bankruptcy is always a heavy blow to the labor force and the region, especially if the production is city-forming. Even the European Union has already developed a directive, which is called "Second Chance".
Today is a holiday of spring and warm words are addressed, of course, to the loving and caring Belarusian women! The day before, on Friday, they honored mothers with many children and those who had achieved success outside the mother's profession in the Independence Palace.
New Deputy Prime Minister Yuri Nazarov came directly from the President's Cabinet to have a thorough talk on oil. His predecessor in a responsible position, Igor Lyashenko, is moving to another job.
As long as there are disputes and the intergovernmental agreement between Moscow and Minsk is not implemented, a number of independent Russian companies supply oil to Belarus at world prices without bonuses.
The topic of national interests was raised by the Head of State during his meeting with the Secretary General of the Collective Security Treaty Organization, Stanislav Zas.
The key news for the energy sovereignty of Belarus was voiced during the meeting with new Deputy Prime Minister (supervising petrochemistry) Yuri Nazarov and Chairman of Belneftekhim Concern Andrei Rybakov.
Legends were written about them and cities were named after them. Animals that disappeared a few centuries ago are no longer myths today.
The choice was not easy. The selection consisted of 12 strong finalists, more precisely eight soloists, two duets, a quartet and a vocalist.
In the last days of the calendar winter, the country's most massive and authoritative organization, the Federation of Trade Unions, held its 8th congress.