222201, Minsk region,
Smolevichi, st. Sovetskaya, 125 (working hours)
Reception phone: +375 (1776) 4-42-91 "hot line"
Fax: +375 (1776) 2-76-33
Telephone "hot line" of the district executive committee: +375 (1776) 4-42-91 "hot line"

The "hot line" of the Municipal Unitary Enterprise "Smolevichskoe Housing and Public Utilities" is open from 8.00 to 13.00 and 14.00 to 17.00 Monday-Friday by phone +375 (1776) 2-73-68

Single number of reference service "one window" - 142

E-MAIL: (for business correspondence), the section "Electronic Appeals" for appeals from citizens and legal entities.

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The network of culture establishments of the Smolevichi region includes 32 libraries, 24 cultural centres, two children’s art schools, a music school, the Museum of Local Lore. The regional cultural…
The education system of the Smolevichi region includes 43 educational establishments enrolling 5,948 children. Some 903 teachers work for educational establishments of the region. The priorities of the regional educational…
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The agricultural production is the basis of the economy of the Smolevichi region. The regional agriculture specializes in milk and meat production, cultivation of cereals, potato, vegetables. The agrarian industry…
The industrial sector of the Smolevichi region includes 18 companies engaged in machine building, metal working, fuel, feed milling and wood working industries. The highest indices of industrial production were…
Smolevichi Regional Executive Committee 125, Sovetskaya Street, Smolevichi, Minsk oblast, 222201 Reception: phone (+375-1776) 5-52-91, Fax – (+375-1776) 5-56-33. Chairman of the Smolevichi Regional Executive Committee – Andrew Ratomski
The town of Smolevichi is located 35 kilometers away from the Belarusian capital Minsk. The town of Smolevichi was first mentioned in chronicles in 1448. According to archeological excavations, people…
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