23 November 2021
Over 100 scientists from eight countries to participate in quantum electronics conference in Belarus
An international science and practice online conference on quantum electronics is scheduled to take place in the Belarusian State University (BSU) on 22-26 November, the university's press service told BelTA. The conference is expected to gather over 100 scientists from eight countries: Belarus, Russia, Azerbaijan, Serbia, Lithuania, Latvia, Vietnam, and Germany. They will discuss matters concerning quantum electronics, laser physics, computerization of laser research, thermochemical laser...
19 November 2021
The 3rd CIS Forum of Scientists will take place in Minsk on 25-26 November, Deputy Chairman of the Presidium of the National Academy of Sciences Sergei Kilin told the media on 18 November, BelTA has learned. “The forum will kick off at 10.00 on 25 November. Delegations will speak at a plenary session to discuss the development of science in the CIS countries. Three round tables will follow: State and prospects of development of fundamental science, Improvement of scientific cooperation...
12 November 2021
More than 30% of people living in Belarus have received the first dose of COVID-19 vaccine, Healthcare Minister Dmitry Pinevich told reporters, BelTA has learned.
8 November 2021
Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of Belarus to China Yuri Senko signed a certificate of acceptance of humanitarian aid from the Chinese government at the Beijing airport on 8 November, BelTA learned from the Embassy of Belarus in the People's Republic of China.
27 October 2021
More than 1,900 haulers were queuing in Belarus to cross the border with the European Union as of 8.00 on 27 October, BelTA learned from the website of the State Border Committee.
15 October 2021
The whole world has come to realize that Belarus' COVID-19 response strategy was right, Lyudmila Makarina-Kibak, Chairperson of the Standing Committee on Health, Physical Education, Family and Youth Policy of the House of Representatives of Belarus, told reporters, BelTA has learned. “Our strategy during the first wave relied on the capacity of our healthcare system. We had a sufficient number of beds in infectious diseases units, enough oxygen points, trained specialists and...