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  1. Aleksei Avramenko said: “No doubt your proposals look interesting. Particularly the part concerning financing the feasibility study for reconstructing the M1 motorway. Even more so because we've already started developing pre-investment proposals."
  2. Close attention will be paid to such avenues of cooperation as smart cities, sustainable mobility, air quality management, management of waste and resources, multifunctional land management.
  3. The Belarusian side is ready to supply the region with various kinds of urban transport, including electric transport, with agricultural machines, municipal vehicles and equipment for collecting and recycling waste.
  4. Vladimir Kukharev said: “A pilot project will be implemented in Mogilev Oblast and Grodno Oblast. A list of roughly 250 residential houses earmarked for thermal rehabilitation is being compiled in the regions now together with their residents."
  5. The opening ceremony is scheduled for 18 November. A draw will be held on the same day to determine the performing order at the final show that will take place on 24 November.
  6. The jury of the contest will evaluate the significance of projects, their novelty and originality of ideas and practical recommendations. The winners of the contest will be announced at the awards ceremony on 15 November.
  7. Tech Industry is the largest industry expo not only in the Baltic Sea states, but also in Western and Eastern Europe, the CIS and other regions. The trade fair offers 16,000 m² of total exhibition area.
  8. Minsk Oblast Children's Hospital and the Primorsky sanatorium have signed cooperation agreements with tour operators from Uzbekistan.
  9. The main theme of the meeting was the 75th anniversary of Kyrgyz diplomacy. The young diplomats gave a presentation on the main milestones of the country's development, its beauty and landmarks.
  10. The main investors were economic entities of Russia (44.2% of the total investment), the UK (19.7%), and Cyprus (6.6%). Foreign direct investments amounted to $5.2 billion, which accounted for 73.6% of total foreign investments.