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- Belarus continues to demand removal of all trade barriers within Eurasian Economic Union
Mr. Lukashenka said that while Kazakhstan and Russia seemed to have no objections to free trade regime exceptions, Belarus viewed them as unacceptable.
- Lukashenka says that Belarus seeks normal relations with European Union, United States
Belarus will try to establish normal relations with the European Union and the United States
- Belarus' trade with Ukraine reported down 17.1 percent in January-February 2014
- Major Ukrainian brewery suspends exports to Belarus over license requirement
- Lukashenka pledges to impose no restrictions on foreign reporters' work during world hockey championship
- Lukashenka: Ukraine's Verkhovna Rada is “absolutely legitimate body”
- Lukashenka says that he will soon make candidates for top managerial positions in private companies subject to approval by local governments
- Leader of Belarusian Popular Front warns of Russia's possible military intervention in Belarus
- Images of Slucak sashes appear on commemorative coins, stamps
- Opposition activist Uladzimir Yaromenak released on completion of three-month jail term
- Given Maidan protests, Belarusian opposition forces’ priority should be to prove that they want peaceful change, activist says
- Writer Svyatlana Aleksiyevich presents her new work at international book fair in Minsk
UNICEF Executive Board authorizes new country program for Belarus
The Executive Board of the United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF) authorized the 2011-15 UNICEF country program for Belarus during its second regular session of 2010 in New York on September 8, BelaPAN reports.
The program is aimed at developing the national potential for protecting children and mothers in accordance with the priorities of Belarus and of UNICEF, Andrey Savinykh, spokesman for the Belarusian foreign ministry, told reporters in Minsk on Thursday.
The amount of assistance available to Belarus under the program has been increased by more than 30 percent to exceed $8 million, Mr. Savinykh said.