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KYIV, Ukraine, April 28, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Ukraine considers the official Minsk and Belarusian President Lukashenko's recent approach in relations with the European Union and other members of the international community inconsistent with international communication norms.
MINSK. Sept 28 (Interfax-West) - The Belarusian parliament needs a constructive opposition, "not its current leaders," Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko has said. "A real, constructive opposition is always welcome. We'll come to this sooner or later.
Text of report in English by Belarusian privately-owned news agency Belapan Minsk, 10 September.
Excerpt from report by Belarusian privately-owned news agency Belapan Minsk, 9 September: Russia's Severstal Steel Works wants to build a new steelworks in Belarus, the press office of the Belarusian Council of Ministers has said with reference to Belarusian Prime Minister Syarhey Sidorski.
Excerpt from report by Interfax-Ukraine news agency Minsk, 1 September: The Belarusian government finds it advisable to invite the Russian company Transneft to participate in the privatization of its state oil transporting companies, the Druzhba Navapolatsk oil transport national unitary company and the Homeltransnafta Druzhba national unitary company, whose shares are to be sold in 2009, a source from the government has told the Interfax-West news agency.
Text of report in English by Belarusian privately-owned news agency Belapan Minsk, 11 August: China's Guangdong Nuclear Power Group has expressed its intention to participate in the construction of Belarus's first-ever nuclear power plant, Belarusian Deputy Energy Minster Mikhail Mikhadzyuk told reporters in Minsk on Monday [11 August].
Text of report in English by Belarusian privately-owned news agency Belapan Minsk, 24 June.