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  1. A presidential decree came into force on 10 November to regulate how foreign citizens can visit Belarus without visas. In line with the decree groups of tourists can now visit any part of Grodno Oblast without visas for up to 15 days provided they travel along a tourist route.
  2. Draft roadmaps on Belarus-Russia integration are the main theme of the talks. The negotiations have been held in a one-on-one format and involving members of the delegations of the two countries.
  3. I am convinced that you will guide your country towards social and economic prosperity. I hope to build a constructive and fruitful dialogue with you with a view to expanding mutually beneficial cooperation between our countries, Aleksandr Lukashenko said.
  4. The running order of the Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2019 was decided on 18 November. Belarus' representative at the show Liza Misnikova will perform 7th in the final show.
  5. Belarus has already developed the national action plan on transition to eco-friendly packaging. The plan draws not only on Belarusian documents, but also on expertise of international advisors, primarily the EU advisors.
  6. “We look forward to enhancing the level of bilateral contacts in various areas, to increasing constructive dialogue in order to strengthen stability and security in the European region,” the head of state said.
  7. The State Forensic Examination Committee of Belarus and the Forensic Center of the Montenegrin Police Directorate have signed an agreement on cooperation.
  8. Australian scientists have developed a new type of wet suit that can help reduce blood loss caused by shark bites, potentially saving lives.
  9. Belarus and Montenegro are mulling over launching a direct air service, Vice President of Montenegro's Chamber of Economy Ivan Saveljic told journalists as he took part in the Belarusian-Montenegrin business forum on 19 November.
  10. There are plans to increase spending for some of the Union State programs, including the ones on the protection of the population and the rehabilitation of Chernobyl-hit areas,” said Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev.