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  1. Mikhail Myasnikovich explained that Belarusian and Russian laws prohibit appropriating budget money for projects to be implemented abroad. “Every side finances their own. It is a deterring factor in many situations,” he remarked.
  2. The joint commission was established in line with the agreement signed by the governments of the USSR and Poland in Moscow on 15 February 1961. The commission started working on 12 October 2011.
  3. According to Minsk Oblast Governor Anatoly Isachenko, the forum is a unique platform for dialogue. It helps the peoples of Russia and Belarus to take stock of the progress and consider the prospects for further integration.
  4. Belarus' National Library signed agreements on cooperation with the Russian State Library and the Boris Yeltsin Presidential Library on the sidelines of the 6th Forum of Regions of Belarus and Russia in St. Petersburg.
  5. Proposal to establish a cluster in the linen industry was made at the 6th Forum of Regions. Mikhail Myasnikovich said that the project goes beyond the standard documents such as Russian-Belarusian Union State programs. The cluster, if established, will operate as a commercial entity and deal with issues of import substitution.
  6. “Russia is considering a possibility of allocating additional state-funded places in our universities for Belarusian nationals,” said Vladimir Putin. In his words, about 4,000 Belarusians study at the Russian universities on a budgetary basis.
  7. The declaration on the activity of the organization was signed by Chairman of the Council of the Rectors of Russia, Rector of Lomonosov Moscow State University Viktor Sadovnichiy and acting Chairman of the National Council of Rectors of Institutions of Higher Education, Rector of the Belarusian State University Andrei Korol.
  8. The Belarusian leader said: “Belarusians and Russians have gone through many trials and have endured them together with honor!" “We have nothing to be ashamed of in our history. We should hold it sacred. Because it is our greatest legacy," he noted.
  9. The Belarusian head of state noted that the countries had already hosted large-scale international sport competitions successfully. They included the 2018 FIFA World Cup in Russia and the 2nd European Games 2019 in Belarus.
  10. Belarus President Aleksandr Lukashenko and Russian President Vladimir Putin worked out new initiatives to deepen integration between the two countries during the talks in St. Petersburg, Belarus' Economy Minister Dmitry Krutoi told the media.