21 July 2021
The cultural and sport festival “Vytoki. A Step Toward Olympus” unites people in sport and creativity, Mogilev Oblast Governor Leonid Zayats told BelTA at the opening of this large-scale cultural and sport festival in Bobruisk.
“Such festivals make our people united and foster patriotism in their hearts. Over the time, the festival has found a proper response in all the cities it took place in. It demonstrates what the Belarusians cherish today and what they constantly...
10 July 2021
The agro-town of Alexandria, Shklov District, Mogilev Oblast, played host to the Kupala Night Festival (Alexandria Gathers Friends) on 10-11 July.
Photos by Oleg Foinitsky
23 June 2021
The collective West is obviously trying to evade responsibility for unleashing the genocide of Belarusian people, Oleg Dyachenko, a member of the Council of the Republic, Vice-Rector for Academic Affairs of Kuleshov Mogilev State University, told BelTA.
“ 22 June 1941 is a mournful date in the history of Belarusian people. The treacherous attack of Nazi Germany and its allies led to the total destruction of the country's economy. Civilians faced terror that was unprecedented in its...
21 July 2021
Belarus' foreign policy strategy should be revised, Belarusian President Aleksandr Lukashenko said at a meeting to discuss Belarus' current foreign policy priorities, BelTA has learned.
Taking part in the meeting are heads of Belarusian diplomatic missions abroad.
“In the spring of last year we already saw attempts to escalate tensions here in Minsk, but we underestimated this. Anti-Belarus activity on social media was mounting, the rhetoric of our opponents in Brussels...
14 July 2021
Resolutions of the United Nations Human Rights Council concerning situations in specific countries stopped reflecting the real state of affairs with human rights in the world a long time ago. The decisions are used as a pretext for the collective West's pressure and sanctions against the countries that resist the West's diktat, BelTA learned from the press service of the Belarusian Ministry of Foreign Affairs after the UN Human Rights Council passed a resolution on Belarus.
23 June 2021
Belarusian President Aleksandr Lukashenko commented on the latest EU sanctions against Belarus as he attended a ceremony to lay wreaths in the Brest Fortress on the occasion of the 80th anniversary of the beginning of the Great Patriotic War on 22 June, BelTA has learned.
“80 years have passed and what? A new hot war. Look: isn't is symbolic? Yesterday they imposed economic sanctions against our people and businesses. On 22 June, at night. Indeed, they did not learn anything from their...