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Joint education projects promote business growth in border areas

12.01.2012
GOMEL, 12 January (BelTA) – A cooperation agreement in education between border areas of Belarus and Ukraine will contribute to the development of the regions, Education Minister of Belarus Sergei Maskevich told BelTA. The minister is set to take part in a ceremony to sign a cooperation agreement between the education departments of Gomel Oblast and Chernihiv Oblast in Gomel on 12 January. According to the minister, in the modern world regions come to play a bigger role in the social development of a country. Therefore, cooperation of regional authorities, joint projects and proposals should be approved by the public and upheld by the central government. “Cooperation agreements in education by border areas will promote business growth and help create new joint ventures, raise investments and promote innovations,” Sergei Maskevich said. Talking about the plans, the minister pointed to joint projects stipulated by the TEMPUS program, scientific conferences on quality of technological processes and systems, and a seminar on free software in education and other programs. Sergei Maskevich said that Gomel Oblast is an experimental ground for researching and monitoring the quality of secondary education in Belarus, Russia and Ukraine. The experiment was launched in 2011 in the border areas. Taking part in it are Gomel Oblast (Belarus), Belgorod Oblast (Russia) and Chernihiv Oblast (Ukraine). After the research project is over, common secondary education standards will be developed.
| 01.08.2014
GOMEL, 1 august (BelTA) – Teacher from Gomel Yulia Filonenko took second place in the competition on the best history lesson among young teachers, World War One on the map of the Union State. The award ceremony was held at the Moscow Lomonosov State University, BelTA learnt from the Gomel City Hall.
| 30.05.2014
VETKA, 29 May (BelTA) – Belarus welcomes any kind of cooperation in alleviating consequences of the Chernobyl disaster and is thankful to the United Nations Development Program, Belarusian Emergencies Minister Vladimir Vashchenko told media in the town of Vetka on 29 May. The Minister accompanied UNDP Administrator, UN Under Secretary General Helen Clark during her visit to Gomel Oblast, BelTA has...
| 30.05.2014
MINSK, 29 May (BelTA) – Cooperation of the United Nations Development Program with the Belarus government in overcoming consequences of the Chernobyl disaster has been excellent at all times and at all stages. The opinion was voiced by Administrator of the United Nations Development Program, UN Under Secretary General Helen Clark in Vetka, Gomel Oblast on 29 May as part of her visit to Belarus, Be...
| 18.04.2014
GOMEL, 17 April (BelTA) - The Mozyr District Executive Committee and the People's Government of the city of Xuzhou, Jiangsu Province, China, signed a protocol of intent on trade, economic, cultural and social cooperation. The document signing ceremony took place in Mozyr on 17 April during the official visit of the Chinese delegation to Gomel Oblast, BelTA has learnt. The delegation h...
| 18.04.2014
GOMEL, 17 April (BelTA) ? The book "Gomel Guberniya: how it all began. Unknown pages? has been published to the order of the Gomel Oblast Executive Committee and under the general editorship of Gomel Oblast Governor Vladimir Dvornik, BelTA learnt from the press service of the Gomel Oblast Executive Committee. The book presents the historical facts relating to the little-known period o...
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