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Experts of the European Nuclear Safety Regulators Group (ENSREG) are expected to visit the site of the Belarusian nuclear power plant on 31 August – 2 September, the press service of the Belarusian Energy Ministry told BelTA.

According to the source, ENSREG experts will work at the site of the Belarusian nuclear power plant as part of the second phase of the peer review of the national action plan, which was put together as a result of stress tests of the nuclear power plant. The group will include 15 experts from Austria, Germany, Ukraine, Czechia, Switzerland, Lithuania, Greece, and Finland. Petteri Tiippana, Director General of the Finnish Radiation and Nuclear Safety Authority (STUK), will head the group.

The experts will evaluate progress in fulfilling the national action plan taking into account the recommendations ENSREG gave in 2018. They will analyze progress in the realization of planned measures by the Belarusian side. The experts will focus on three aspects of the stress tests: external natural impact, loss of power and loss of the ultimate heat sink, and the management of severe accidents.

The first phase of the peer review by ENSREG took place in Q1 2021. ENSREG experts visited the Belarusian nuclear power plant site in February 2021. They went to all the facilities they were interested in, including the reactor room of the second unit, the control room of the first unit, the backup diesel power generator building, the fire station, the accident prevention control room, the full-scale simulator in the education and training center. They were made familiar with all the materials they had requested. The work focused on seven priority areas, which had to be analyzed before the first unit was commissioned.

As a result of the first phase a preliminary report was passed by a plenary session of the European Nuclear Safety Regulators Group in March 2021. A statement made by ENSREG Chairperson Marta Ziakova pointed out the progress Belarus had made in acting upon ENSREG recommendations on priority matters of the national action plan. The ENSREG head spoke in positive terms about cooperation with the Belarusian side.

Source: БелТА

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Belarus has enough vaccines against COVID-19, Deputy Healthcare Minister Dmitry Cherednichenko told BelTA.

“The immunization program continues in Belarus. There are enough vaccines in the country. Vaccination is voluntary. Healthcare professionals explain the importance of getting a shot,” Dmitry Cherednichenko said.

The deputy minister recalled that a million doses of the Chinese vaccine against COVID-19 will be delivered to Belarus in early September. The documents to purchase the vaccine were approved. The ministries of foreign affairs and the embassies of the two countries actively helped the Healthcare Ministry of Belarus to formalize the purchase. Belarus will get a million doses of the Sinopharm vaccine that was previously delivered as part of humanitarian aid.

In addition, China will provide Belarus with another 500,000 doses of the vaccine in the form of humanitarian aid.

According to Dmitry Cherednichenko, Belarus and China have a long-standing history of mutual assistance. In fact, Belarus was the first country to provide humanitarian aid to China following the outbreak of the coronavirus infection. Afterwards, China returned the favor helping Belarus.

Source: БелТА

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Belarusian Prime Minister Roman Golovchenko has had a telephone conversation with his Russian counterpart Mikhail Mishustin, BelTA learned from the press service of the government.

“In the follow-up to the Belarus-Russia talks held in Cholpon-Ata, the Kyrgyz Republic, on 19 August, the heads of government discussed trade and economic cooperation, as well as joint projects in various fields,” the press service informed.

Roman Golovchenko and Mikhail Mishustin paid special attention to the efforts to deepen integration in the Union State. They also touched upon the schedule of upcoming contacts at the government level.

Source: БелТА

Belarusian Prime Minister Roman Golovchenko held a working meeting with Russian counterpart Mikhail Mishustin in Cholpon-Ata, Kyrgyzstan, BelTA has learned.

The heads of government discussed topical issues of bilateral cooperation.

The meeting took place on the sidelines of the Eurasian Intergovernmental Council meeting running in Cholpon-Ata, Kyrgyzstan on 19-20 August.

Source: БелТА

Prime Minister of Belarus Roman Golovchenko summed up results of the country’s social and economic development in H1 2021 at a session of the Council of Ministers, BelTA has learned.

Roman Golovchenko said: “Four out of the six performance indicators of the government and the central bank were secured in H1 2021. The resulting indicator of performance of the entire economy – real disposable income of the population – rose by 3.5% in January-May or above the projections. Te average salary grew steadily in the first half of the year. It exceeded Br1,400 in June, thus demonstrating a growth of 5.6% in real terms.”

In his words, persistent efforts are being taken to raise income in the public sector, first of all, earnings of pedagogical workers and healthcare workers. “The target has been hit: the ratio of public sector salaries to the country’s average exceeded 81%. In line with the government’s resolution the base rate of labor remuneration of public sector workers was raised by 1.5% on 1 August. We’ve virtually completely accomplished the task of reducing the number of organizations with salaries under Br500. Their number dropped by more than 15 times in the period. Thanks to the creation of conditions conducive to the stable operation of the real sector of the economy an increase in unemployment was prevented,” the prime minister noted.

Roman Golovchenko pointed out that Belarus’ foreign trade remains balanced and continues demonstrating a high export growth rate. Foreign trade surplus totaled $1.73 billion in H1 2021. Belarus honored foreign and domestic commitments on time and in full. The country’s gold and foreign exchange reserves were preserved within projected parameters, he added.

“On the whole, results so far this year testify to quality growth of the economy, with the GDP growth rate at 103.3%. Some slowdown in the manufacturing sector has been compensated for by a recovery of the sector of paid services,” the prime minister concluded.

Source: БелТА

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