Accreditation to watch the elections in Belarus has also been granted to 47 diplomats, 21 representatives of election authorities of foreign countries. Three independent experts also intend to monitor the election campaign.
Polish Ambassador to Belarus Artur Michalski suggested rediscovering the Belarusian-Polish neighborhood and building the future together. He considers it important for both countries to develop a political and economic dialogue.
During the ceremony, Ruslan Yesin noted that there are great opportunities for Belarus and New Zealand to step up cooperation in trade and investment, international security, sports, tourism, R&D, and high technology.
The MPs will consider the draft decree of the Supreme State Council of the Union State on the budget of the Union State for 2020 and the report of the Union State Council of Ministers on the execution of the Union State budget in 2018.
The Austrian president noted that a number of topics had been discussed during negotiations with the Belarusian delegation. The number included matters of trade and economic cooperation, political interaction, the preservation of common historical memory, and human rights.
Early voting is meant for voters who will not be able to cast their ballot on election day. Voters will not have to present evidence confirming their inability to show up at a polling station on election day.