Competing for a trophy on 1-2 November will be young singers aged 8-16 from Belarus, Russia, Serbia, Estonia, Lithuania and Armenia. The professional jury have selected 47 participants that will compete in three age groups: 8-10, 11-13 and 14-16 years old.
Belarus and Poland are set to develop a plan of joint management of the World Heritage transfrontier site Belovezhskaya Pushcha. The two countries received the corresponding recommendations from the World Heritage Committee.
The official said: “For Belarus as a country that has seen multiple wars, including the most bloodthirsty one in mankind's history – World War Two – overcoming consequences of the war is still of current interest.”
In September 2019 an independent group of international experts from eight countries (Lithuania, Kazakhstan, Hungary, Austria, Italy, Belarus, Ukraine, and Russia) analyzed the documents that substantiate the environmental safety of the Belarusian nuclear power plant.
The new weekly flight from Minsk to Munich will be launched on 4 April 2020 on Saturdays with departure from Minsk airport at 18.55 and arrival in the capital of Bavaria at 20.15 local time. An Embraer ERJ-190 (100 seats in business and economy classes) will serve the route.
The agreement on the Belarusian fan zone in Tachikawa during the 2020 Summer Olympic Games in Japan was reached at a meeting between Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of Belarus to Japan Ruslan Yesin and Tachikawa Mayor Shohei Shimizu.
Minsk hotels demonstrated the growth rate of the export of tourism services as high as 118%. The official noted that virtually all the hotels in Minsk were used during the 2nd European Games Minsk 2019. About 3,000 rooms in 25 hotels were booked as official accommodation.