| 16.05.2013GOMEL, 15 May (BelTA) ? The delegation of the riot police department of the Ministry of Public Security of Vietnam will come to Gomel Oblast on 16 May. The visit will last till the end of the week, BelTA learnt from the regional branch of the Emergencies Ministry of Belarus. The Vietnamese specialists will take part in the international conference ?Emergencies: theory, practice, innovations? that will be held at the Gomel Engineering Institute of the Emergencies Ministry on 16 May.
| 07.05.2013GOMEL, 7 May (BelTA) ? The 5th national conference of students and young medical scientists ?Problems and development prospects of medicine? will be held at the Gomel State Medical University on 7-8 May, BelTA learnt from the organization committee of the forum. Over 300 students and young scientists from the CIS member states filed applications to take part in the conference. Participating in the medical forum will be leading medical universities of Belarus, Russia and Ukraine, namely, the Pirogov Russian National Research Medical University (Moscow), the Bogomolets National Medical University (Kyiv).
| 02.05.2013GOMEL, 30 April (BelTA) ? The Italian association Help for Children Parma will advance cooperation with Gomel Oblast, Belarus in the sphere of healthcare and education. The statement was made by the association?s Vice President Enrico Pelassa, who took part in the oblast practice seminar ?Preserving lives and health of children together? in Gomel, BelTA has learned. The Italian side is ready to share the experience of safeguarding children?s lives and preventing accidents.
| 17.04.2013Representatives of the German HIV service organizations will visit Belarus on 23-28 April, BelTA learnt from the BelSet antiAids Association. The visit to Belarus of ten heads and officials of the German HIV service organization will be held as part of the joint project. The purpose of the visit is to show the German colleagues the potential of the members and partners of the BelSet antiAids Association in the activities on HIV/AIDS, and to establish cooperation between Belarusian and German non-governmental organizations.
| 09.04.2013MINSK, 9 April (BelTA) ? The Japanese Embassy will donate modern medical equipment to the Yelsk Central District Hospital, BelTA learnt from the Japanese diplomatic mission in Belarus. The equipment will be donated as part of Japan?s human security projects. The Embassy is implementing the Japanese Government?s Grant Assistance for Grassroots Human Security Projects (GGP) Scheme. On 7 September 2010 the Japanese diplomatic mission and the Yelsk hospital signed a contract on the allocation of $106,331 and an additional contract estimated at $19,718 on 18 July 2012.