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Tank Belarus
The Belorussian Tank Biathlon kicked off at the Stalin Line range, Loshany village, near Minsk on Saturday. Hundreds of people came to watch the T-72B tanks hit the targets and overcame the distances, destroying old Zhiguli cars and other obstacles on their way. Stalin Line Tank Biathlon is held for the third year with the support of the Belarus Ministry of Defence.
25/04/2018
Red Church in Minsk Belarus
On 28 September - 01 October the first meeting of the Council of European Bishops' Conferences took place in Minsk. The meeting was attended by Presidents of the Roman Catholic Bishops' Conferences from 45 countries of the world. The meeting was dedicated to the problems of today's youth and the challenges facing Europe today. These were the central themes of the meeting. On the last day of the conference a summary document was adopted which will be taken into account in the preparation of the Synod of Bishops for Youth in August 2018. Catholic Hierarchs not only discussed current issues, but also got to know the country and the faithful, visited parishes and held worship services. It is a great event and honour for Belarus to receive the Council of European Bishops' Conferences.
03/10/2017
On 14 April 2017 at 17.00 an international exhibition project "Field of Flowers" will be opened at the National Historical Museum of the Republic of Belarus. The name of this project is the poem of the same name by the Polish poet Czeslaw Milosz "Campo di Fiori" ("Field of Flowers"), which was written in Warsaw during the uprising in the Jewish ghetto in 1943. The project does not only lead to the commemoration of the Holocaust. Works by artists are presented at different times and in different media. They are dedicated to the following themes: Questions of nationality, Jewish everyday life, tolerance in the modern world, remembrance.
14/04/2017
Belavia Airline Belarus
This is good news. Since March 2017, the visa requirement for short trips of up to 5 days has been lifted. Citizens from 80 countries, including all EU countries and America, can now visit Belarus without a visa. The visa requirement for Israeli citizens was lifted as early as 2015. Visa-free entry must take place via the border checkpoint at Minsk National Airport, where the following must be available: 1) A valid passport valid for at least three months from the date of departure from Belarus (ID cards will not be accepted); 2) Means of payment: foreign or national currency equivalent to at least 23 euros. 3) a policy of your travel health insurance valid in Belarus with a sum insured of at least 10,000 Euro. You can find more information hier, please do not hesitate to contact us.
14/04/2017
New currency in Belarus
On 1 July 2016, the Belarusian ruble was denominated, 10 000 rubles turned into 1 ruble.
03/08/2016