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The Hi-Tech Park is happy to report an unprecedented increase in the number of resident companies and the volume of the export of services, the Hi-Tech Park press service told BelTA.

Promising joint projects were discussed as Prime Minister of Belarus Sergei Rumas met with representatives of the Russian bank Sberbank led by First Deputy Chairman of the Board Lev Khasis, BelTA has learned.

Vo vremya Yevropeyskoy nedeli mobil'nosti v Vileyke 22 sentyabrya vpervyye sostoitsya ekofestival' "Vybiray i dvigaysya!", soobshchili korrespondentu BELTA organizatory.

Tuesday, 18 September 2018 10:17

Belarus' GDP up 3.7% in January-August 2018

In January-August 2018 Belarus' GDP rose by 3.7% as compared to the same period a year before, the National Statistical Committee of Belarus told BelTA.

Mini-job fairs will be held in Minsk on September 18-20, BelTA learned from the committee on labor, employment and social protection of the Minsk City Executive Committee.

Belarus President Alexander Lukashenko talked about results of three hours of private negotiations with the Uzbek head of state during the expanded-participation talks with Uzbekistan President Shavkat Mirziyoyev on 13 September, BelTA has learned.

Measures to prevent noncommunicable diseases will be held in pharmacies and enterprises of Minsk on September 19, BelTA learned from the city's Health Center.

Belarus-Uzbekistan relations have exceeded all the expectations in the past two years, Uzbekistan President Shavkat Mirziyoyev said as he met with his Belarusian counterpart Alexander Lukashenko on 13 September, BelTA has learned.

The regional stage of the republican family agricultural project "The Lord of the Village" will be held September 15 in the village of Dudinka, Borisov district, BelTA was told in the main department of ideological work, culture and youth affairs of the Minsk Regional Executive Committee.

Tuesday, 11 September 2018 10:13

13th Belarusian media forum kicks off in Minsk

The 13th Belarusian international media forum Partnership for the Future: Digital Agenda for Media Space will be held in Minsk and Minsk Oblast on 11-14 September, BelTA learned from the Belarusian Information Ministry.

Taking part in the media forum will be about 300 representatives of nearly 30 CIS and non-CIS states, including Germany, France, Austria, Bulgaria, the United States, Israel and others. Such countries as Vietnam, Mongolia, and Bangladesh are participating in the forum for the first time.

The event is held as part of the efforts to digitalize the space of the Eurasian Economic Union, build the digital economy and information society in Belarus, produce quality changes in the activities of modern media. Special attention will be given to digital formats of media work, introduction of new media management technologies, cross-border information challenges and threats caused by an active entry of numerous online publications into the public life.

The program will also feature a plenary session with panel discussions, a school of journalism, master classes of leading foreign and Belarusian media professionals and experts.

Since 2006 the Belarusian international media forum Partnership for the Future has become a landmark international project that gathers prominent representatives of the expert and media community of the CIS and non-CIS states to discuss topical issues on the current agenda, exchange views, develop new ideas and concepts.

Its main goals are to contribute to the formation of an objective journalistic view of Belarus and its people; attract attention of the world community to the preservation of historical memory, the consolidation of the expert-media community in confronting modern challenges and threats. Every year, the theme of the media forum varies and reflects the current trends that are of interest to the international journalistic community. The first forum discussed mass media as a factor in the prevention of challenges and threats of the 21st century. In the following years, forum participants discussed social responsibility of the media, the role of the media in the globalization age, the priorities of modern civilization, patriotism and the upbringing of spirituality, the role of the historical and cultural heritage as a factor of unity, and other topics. The forums held in 2015 and 2016 celebrated the 70th anniversary of the Great Victory and the 25th anniversary of the CIS.

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