Minsk is a sister city of Bangalore, India. Our Indian contributor Karthika Suresh Namboothiri tells about history of Minsk Square in the IT capital of India and what average Indians rememeber about this place.
The third Kastryčnicky Ekanamičny Forum (KEF) “Economy of Belarus: At a Tipping Point” has brought together the most prominent representatives of different areas of Belarusian society in rooms of Dipservice Hall
Serbian President Tomislav Nikolić is on official visit to Belarus. Belarus’ lobbyists in Serbia find it symbolic that the visit will take place soon after Belarusian Presidents’ inauguration and forecast an increase in turnover.
A new memorial will soon appear in the centre of Bobruisk to commemorate the life and work of Efraim Sevela, a writer, screenwriter, director and producer, who after his emigration from the Soviet Union lived in Israel, USA and Russia.
So called "Stalin Line", 25 km north from Minsk, is one of the most popular open air monuments in Belarus. There are many myths and legends about it but now we tell true story about what had happened here before and during the Second World War.