Address:

222603, Nesvizh, Sovetskaya str., 1

E-mail:

info@nesvizh.gov.by (for business correspondence)

Reception phone:

+375 (1770) 5-94-49

Fax reception:

+375 (1770) 5-10-91

Operating mode:

on working days: 8.00 - 17.00, lunch break: 13.00 - 14.00

Telephone «hot line» of the regional executive committee:

+375 (1770) 5-94-49

Single help service telephone number «one window»: 142

Oblast

Tuesday, 24 March 2020

Belavia's third charter flight brings over 70 people from Vnukovo to Minsk

Another Belavia flight has flown 70 Belarusian citizen and foreigners from Moscow's Vnukovo airport to Minsk. These people could not leave Moscow because of Russia's coronavirus containment measures, BelTA learned from the press service of the Belarusian embassy in Russia.

“Another 60 Belarusians returned home from Vietnam, Thailand, the UAE and the Dominican Republic. This charter flight operated by Belavia brought over 70 people to Minsk from Moscow's Vnukovo airport, including citizens of Armenia, Ukraine, Kazakhstan, the Netherlands and Russia,” the embassy informed.

Belavia's first charter flight helped repatriate about a hundred Belarusian nationals on 20 March. The second charter flight flew 82 people including three foreigners (Armenia, Ukraine and Lithuania) on the night of 23 March.

As BelTA has reported earlier, on 18 March, Russia closed borders to foreign nationals, including citizens of Belarus, over the COVID-19 coronavirus outbreak. Yet, it allowed transit through Moscow's airports Sheremetyevo and Domodedovo providing that citizens do not leave the transit zone and fly to Belarus within 24 hours. However, most Russian flights from the Asia-Pacific region arrive at Moscow's Vnukovo airport from which there are no direct flights to Minsk. Later on, Russia relaxed the transit rules to allow nationals of the CIS states, including Belarus, to fly through Vnukovo airport.

Monday, 23 March 2020

Minsk Oblast Executive Committee will hold a direct telephone line

On March 28, a direct telephone line will be held in Minsk Oblast Executive Committee.

It will be led by the chairman of Minsk Oblast Executive Committee Alexander Turchin from 9.00 to 12.00, phone 8 (017) 500-41-60.

A direct line is drawn weekly, every Saturday. Its goal is to increase the efficiency of work with appeals of citizens and legal entities, to eradicate the facts of bureaucracy and to quickly solve the problematic issues that arise among the population.

Friday, 20 March 2020

Belarusian Belavia suspends flights to Tbilisi, Batumi

The Belarusian national air carrier Belavia has suspended flights to Tbilisi and Batumi due to the temporary termination of the international air traffic in several countries because of coronavirus, BelTA learned from Belavia.

The flights В2 735-736 to Tbilisi have been suspended from 22 to 28 March and the flights В2 741-742 from 20 to 28 March.

The flights B2 737 to Batumi will not be available from 20 to 28 March and the flights B2 738 from 21 to 29 March.

Due to the ever-changing situation the national air carrier asks to check the updates on the the Belavia website.

A refund or change of departure date for canceled flights can be made until 31 December 2020. “Passengers can contact ticket offices, airline offices and the support service on this issue at any time till the end of 2020. There is no need to do it right now, all your ticket information is stored in our system. You can contact us after the expected date of flight, giving your ticket number. Passengers have an opportunity to reschedule the flight date only one time. They have a few months to think about when they want to fly on this ticket next time,” Belavia said.

Thursday, 19 March 2020

Mobile sensors of speed control will be installed on the roads of Minsk Oblast

From March 19 to April 12, mobile speed sensors will be installed at:

highway M-4 Minsk-Mogilev (measurement direction to Mogilev), 28 km 630 m, speed limit for all types of vehicles - 90 km/h;

highway R-43 border of the Russian Federation-Krichev-Bobruisk-Ivatsevichi, (village Tucha, Kletsk region) 418 km 900 m, speed limit for all types of vehicles - 60 km/h;

highway R-23 Minsk-Mikashevichi, 58 km 600 m, speed limit for cars - 100 km/h, freight - 70 km/h, buses and motorcycles - 90 km/h.

As noted in the Road Police of Minsk Oblast Executive Committee, the goal of installing mobile speed sensors is to prevent drivers from breaking the set speed in places where traffic accidents are concentrated.

And already after monitoring the operation of the above technical equipment, an assessment of the effectiveness of the measures taken will be given and a decision will be made on the need for further prevention.

Wednesday, 18 March 2020

HC Dinamo Minsk among most-attended clubs in Europe

The International Ice Hockey Federation (IIHF) has summed up the attendance results for the European ice hockey championships in the 2019-2020 season. HC Dinamo Minsk (KHL) made it into the list of the most-attended clubs, BelTA has learned.

The Belarusian club placed sixth with the average attendance of 10,666 fans.

The best-visited European club remained SC Bern from Switzerland. In average 16,237 spectators came to the arena in the Swiss capital. SKA St. Petersburg placed second with 13,594 fans. Germany's Kolner Haie moved up to third place with 13,333 fans at the expense of Eisbaren Berlin with 12,901 while another German team, Adler Mannheim with 11,891 fans, completed the Top Five.

Wednesday, 18 March 2020

HC Dinamo Minsk among most-attended clubs in Europe

The International Ice Hockey Federation (IIHF) has summed up the attendance results for the European ice hockey championships in the 2019-2020 season. HC Dinamo Minsk (KHL) made it into the list of the most-attended clubs, BelTA has learned.

The Belarusian club placed sixth with the average attendance of 10,666 fans.

The best-visited European club remained SC Bern from Switzerland. In average 16,237 spectators came to the arena in the Swiss capital. SKA St. Petersburg placed second with 13,594 fans. Germany's Kolner Haie moved up to third place with 13,333 fans at the expense of Eisbaren Berlin with 12,901 while another German team, Adler Mannheim with 11,891 fans, completed the Top Five.

Wednesday, 18 March 2020

HC Dinamo Minsk among most-attended clubs in Europe

The International Ice Hockey Federation (IIHF) has summed up the attendance results for the European ice hockey championships in the 2019-2020 season. HC Dinamo Minsk (KHL) made it into the list of the most-attended clubs, BelTA has learned.

The Belarusian club placed sixth with the average attendance of 10,666 fans.

The best-visited European club remained SC Bern from Switzerland. In average 16,237 spectators came to the arena in the Swiss capital. SKA St. Petersburg placed second with 13,594 fans. Germany's Kolner Haie moved up to third place with 13,333 fans at the expense of Eisbaren Berlin with 12,901 while another German team, Adler Mannheim with 11,891 fans, completed the Top Five.

Tuesday, 17 March 2020

The Great Stone Industrial Park may be of interest to Turkish business

On March 6, the Great Stone Sino-Belarusian Industrial Park, which is located in Smolevichi region, was visited by Mustafa Ozjan, Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the Republic of Turkey to the Republic of Belarus, the press service of the park said.

The head of the diplomatic mission got acquainted with the history and development of the project. He was also interested in logistics opportunities and infrastructure construction.

The guest also visited the One Station Integrated Service Center. During the talks, Mustafa Ozjan noted that such a site as an industrial park, due to the conditions created for doing business here, may be of interest to Turkish companies.

In turn, the head of the diplomatic mission invited the leadership of the park to present the investment opportunities of the Great Stone at the joint forum of Belarus and Turkey, which will be held in autumn in Istanbul.

Monday, 16 March 2020

Belavia to suspend flights to Kishinev, Riga

The Belavia national air carrier will suspend flights to Kishinev and Riga over coronavirus, BelTA learned from the website of the air carrier.

Flights to Kishinev will be suspended from 17 to 31 March; flights to Riga will not be available from 17 March to 14 April.

In view of the fast-evolving situation, Belavia asks customers to follow updates on the website of the company.

Customers who purchased tickets for these dates will be able to get a refund or reschedule their flights till 31 December 2020.

“Customers will be able to do it at the company's sales offices anytime till the end of 2020. There is no need to do it right away, as all the details of the tickets are kept by the company. Therefore, customers will be able to get a refund or reschedule the flight even after the date of the flight. The company just needs a ticket number. Dates of flights can be changed only once. Therefore, customers have several months to think of a new date on their route,” the airline informed.

Monday, 16 March 2020

Belavia to suspend flights to Kishinev, Riga

The Belavia national air carrier will suspend flights to Kishinev and Riga over coronavirus, BelTA learned from the website of the air carrier.

Flights to Kishinev will be suspended from 17 to 31 March; flights to Riga will not be available from 17 March to 14 April.

In view of the fast-evolving situation, Belavia asks customers to follow updates on the website of the company.

Customers who purchased tickets for these dates will be able to get a refund or reschedule their flights till 31 December 2020.

“Customers will be able to do it at the company's sales offices anytime till the end of 2020. There is no need to do it right away, as all the details of the tickets are kept by the company. Therefore, customers will be able to get a refund or reschedule the flight even after the date of the flight. The company just needs a ticket number. Dates of flights can be changed only once. Therefore, customers have several months to think of a new date on their route,” the airline informed.

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