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Belarusian authorities restrict export of onions, cabbage and apples
The document takes effect on Monday and will be valid for three months.
Belarus regime imposes sanctions on Škoda, Beiersdorf, Liqui Moly over refusal to sponsor hockey cup in Minsk
The Belarusian government has banned the import of goods produced by a number of companies in light of ‘unfriendly actions against the Belarusian people’. The corresponding decision was made by the Council of Ministers on April 23.
Authorities threaten parents who bring their children to protests
Vice PM said that all the facts of children’s participation in illegal street rallies will receive a legal assessment, their parents will be held liable.
Routine or playing safe? Lukashenka reshuffles siloviki
Бывший председатель КГБ Валерий Вакульчик и директор Службы национальной безопасности Армении Георгий Кутоян. 19 декабря 2017 г., Москва. Фото: Vyacheslav Prokofyev / TASS / Forum
Intimidating protesters? Lukashenka alludes to bloody crackdown in Uzbekistan
During Thursday’s appointment of the new government, President Alyaksandr Lukashenka made mention of troubles and wars that many Soviet countries had gone through. Notably, his speech contained a covert threat, which is of particular concern in view of unfolding events.
New govt formed: Lukashenka picks ‘reliable’ PM with military, diplomatic background
On Thursday, the Belarusian Cabinet of Ministers has been reshuffled. President Alyaksandr Lukashenka has appointed 46-year-old Raman Halouchanka Prime Minister.
Belarus govt bans export of oxygen therapy equipment
On April 21, the Belarusian Council of Ministers expanded the list of medical supplies the export of which is suspended.
Belarusian volunteer clean-up to go through despite COVID-19 epidemic
Heads of government agencies will personally participate in the Saturday clean-up day.
Belarusian government to support economy during pandemic
These measures should cover 550,000 people.
Belarus requested $900 million from IMF
These are the means to deal with the consequences of the global crisis.
Belarus govt: Businesses affected by pandemic may count on ‘supportive measures’
The Belarusian government intends to provide support to Belarusian enterprises and individual entrepreneurs who have suffered losses due to the novel coronavirus pandemic, Alyaksandra Isayeva, the press secretary of Prime Minister Syarhei Rumas, announced on Tuesday.
Belarusian government limits mass events over coronavirus
As of March 12, there were 21 people infected with coronavirus in Belarus.
Belarus and Russia agree on compensation for dirty oil
Belarus and Russia have reached an agreement on approaches and methods of compensation for dirty oil, leanrt from the government press service.