11 November 2019
Several wind turbines with a capacity of 3 MW and mini-hydroelectric power stations with 0.16 MW are planned to be launched next year in Vitebsk Oblast. This was reported during the session of the oblast Council of Deputies by Sales Deputy General Director of RUE "Vitebskenergo" Pavel Kharitonov.
6 November 2019
Family tree park will be made in Orsha, acting First Secretary of Orsha Region Organization of Belarusian Republican Youth Union Viktor Sosnovsky said.
5 November 2019
In Glubokoe region, a Center for Promotion, Support for Entrepreneurship and Innovation will be created
Over three years, they plan to spend over 460.000 euro on the creation of a Center for Promotion, Support of Entrepreneurship and Innovation in Glubokoe region.
4 November 2019
In Vitebsk Oblast, almost 30.000 people applied to the commission on promoting employment in January-September, the chairman Vladimir Terentyev said during a session of the oblast Council of Deputies.
1 November 2019
Agreed on the appointment of the first deputy chief of the main control and analytical department of the oblast executive committee, deputy chairman of Glubokoe region executive committee
Traditionally, applicants for senior management positions are considered within the framework of personnel days spent by the chairman of Vitebsk Oblast Executive Committee Nikolai Sherstnev, literally under a microscope: how he has established himself at his former job, whether he is ready to change the direction of work entrusted towards efficiency.
31 October 2019
A seminar of young foresters of Vitebsk Oblast was held on the basis of the Glubokoe experimental forestry
Mighty forests begin with tiny seedlings. The slightest flaws in adhering to the technology for growing planting material can bring enormous damage. Participants of the oblast seminar-meeting of young specialists of Vitebsk State Production Forestry Association, visiting the facilities of Glubokoe experimental forestry enterprise, spoke about how to preserve and increase the forest masses of their native land for future generations.