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Friday, 27 March 2020 16:54

Minsk-Moscow flights to remain available

The Belarusian air carrier Belavia will continue flights to Moscow despite Russia's decision to terminate regular flights and charter flights, the press service of the Belarusian Transport and Communications Ministry told BelTA.

The press service said an agreement had been reached to allow Belavia to continue offering flights to Moscow. The Aviation Department of the Belarusian Transport and Communications Ministry received the relevant notification from the Russian side.

Previously the Russian government instructed the aviation administration agency Rosaviation to terminate regular flights and charter flights as from 27 March except for flights to bring Russians home.

The Aviation Department of the Belarusian Transport and Communications Ministry had been working to keep air service between Belarus and Russia in place. Director of the Aviation Department Artem Sikorsky had consultations with Russian First Deputy Transport Minister Aleksandr Neradko, who is in charge of Rosaviation, by phone. Mutual dedication to preserving air service between the two countries was expressed during the conversation.

Thirty-two coronavirus patients have recovered in Belarus as of 27 March, BelTA learned from the press service of the Healthcare Ministry.

“As of today, 32 patients have already been discharged or are about to be discharged from hospital. They tested positive for COVID-19, but after medical observation and treatment their new tests came back negative,” the press service noted.

At present 62 coronavirus patients receive treatment and remain under medical observation.

About 24,000 tests for coronavirus have been carried out in Belarus.

We need to take a look at how the instructions to adjust standardization in the construction sector in order to avoid its excessiveness have been implemented, Belarus President Aleksandr Lukashenko said as he visited Belgips Plant on 27 March, BelTA has learned.

Some 10-12 years ago the president instructed to review the legal framework in the construction sector with a view to abandon excessive standardization and transit to European standards. “We use beams, reinforced concrete instead of light structures. Too much money was wasted,” said the Belarusian leader.

More economical approaches have already been introduced. For example, some of them were applied in the construction of Minsk Arena.

Aleksandr Lukashenko believes that this issue should be revisited after the elections. “We need to liberate the things where it is possible,” the president said.

The head of state stressed that the safety of people remains number one priority. “The construction must be safe. Overspending, however, must be ruled out. This is what we should always keep in mind,” he said.

По оперативным данным за минувшие сутки спасатели Минской области ликвидировали 51 загорание сухой растительности на общей площади 7,038 га.

У Нясвіжы і на тэрытарыяльнай сельскіх выканаўчых камітэтаў працягваецца прафілактычная праца ў жыллёвым фондзе і працоўных калектывах.

According to the regional program, by 2025 every resident of the Minsk region will be provided with high-quality drinking water, Mlyn.By reports.

So, according to the information of Vasily Shashka, General Director of the GO “Housing and Public Utilities of Minsk Oblast”, today the quality of water supply reaches 93%. In addition, 34 deferrization stations were commissioned in 2019. Plus, local authorities and enterprises built 21 more at their own expense.

This year it is planned to build 63 stations. But, to close the issue of high-quality drinking water before 2025, another 10-15 are planned to be added to this amount.

On behalf of the Belarusian people and himself, Belarus President Aleksandr Lukashenko has extended greetings to Mohammad Abdul Hamid, President of the People's Republic of Bangladesh, as the country celebrates Independence Day, BelTA learned from the press service of the Belarusian leader.

The head of state emphasized that cooperation between the two nations is based on mutual respect and complementarity of national economies. Aleksandr Lukashenko welcomed progress in bilateral cooperation.

“We need to make the most of the cooperation potential at all levels of power. This should involve various government agencies, humanitarian organizations and economic entities,” Aleksandr Lukashenko emphasized.

The Belarusian leader wished Mohammad Abdul Hamid strong health and many successes in his political career. He also wished peace and prosperity to the people of Bangladesh.

Bobruisk Biotechnology Plant has almost tripled the output of antiseptics since the beginning of the year, having produced around 53,000 bottles, BelTA learned from Aleksandr Kazusenok, the deputy director for ideology, personnel, and general matters at Bobruisk Biotechnology Plant.

“In the wake of the current epidemiological situation and high demand for medical products we have ramped up the output of antiseptics almost by three times, with 3,000 items produced daily. In 2019, the enterprise produced around 105,000 bottles of antiseptics. This year we have already made 53,000 bottles,” Aleksandr Kazusenok said. “The enterprise is currently working round the clock. All products are sold domestically,” he added.

Antiseptics (70% of ethanol) of Bobruisk Biotechnology Plant are supplied to Belarusian hospitals and polyclinics to clean operating theaters and medical instruments. Antiseptics go in packages of various size.

Moreover, the plant has launched the production of hand sanitizers (65% of ethanol), making 8,000 bottles up to 1 liter a day. Plans are in place to boost the production of hand sanitizers from next week and expand the range of sizes.

Hand sanitizers made by Bobruisk Biotechnology Plant are available in Belarusian retail chains. The plant also runs its own store in Bobruisk that daily sells more than 700 bottles of hand sanitizers.

The enterprise focuses on the quality of the product. Specialists at the enterprise's laboratories evaluate the quality of raw materials and end products. “Strict quality control enables us to make competitive and popular products,” Aleksandr Kazusenok stressed. The laboratories are also working round the clock now.

Bobruisk Biotechnology Plant is a multi-profile enterprise that makes products for the pharmaceutical industry, food industry, and agriculture. The plant exports its products to the CIS and EU member states. In 2019, its export topped $974,000. The plant employs 440 people.

В весенний период на территории района, как правило, возникает сложная пожароопасная обстановка.

Несвижские спасатели продолжают мониторинги пожарной безопасности в организациях и на предприятиях района.

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