Blitz review of events and those in Belarus, a world history.
- …in the early morning frost. Daytime temperature: 5-7 C.
Do not pass:
- The National History Museum exhibition opening Israeli photographer Leonid Padrul "Shadow of Jerusalem." Beginning at 17.00.
- Olga Akulich and a group of "September" in the cafe "Good thoughts" (Minsk, Mogilev, 12). Starts at 19.00.
- In Moscow in the second half of the day will be a briefing Head of the Presidential Administration of Russia Sergey Naryshkin for Belarusian Journalists from both public and private media.
THERE WHERE TO NO:
- U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton's three-day visit to the Balkans (Bosnia and Herzegovina, Serbiya, Kosovo).
- British Foreign Secretary William Hague in Moscow.
- Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad in Lebanon.
- Ukrainian Prime Minister Mykola Azarov in Brussels.
ALSO THIS DAY:
- In 1795 in St. Petersburg authorized Austro-Hungary, Prussia and Russia signed the Convention on the third partition of Poland.
- In 1896, Nicholas was born Shchekotikhin, Belarusian art critic and historian (d. 1940).
- In 1888, Isaac was born Belarusian artist Drozdovich (d. 1954).
- In 1925 was born Margaret Thatcher, the British Prime Minister in 1979-1990.
There is a reason:
- International Day for Natural Disaster Reduction.
- A year ago on the site of Liberty: "Process 16: millions in fines for missing posters".
Quote to remember:
- "There is no such thing as society: there are separate male and female, and have a family."
- "Rooster crows can afford, but it blows the chicken eggs."
- "Europe has created history. America has created a philosophy."