Cloudy, but in the afternoon sun peep: 4 — 6 ° C.
Do not pass:
In the OSCE office in Minsk held a press conference the OSCE representative on Freedom of the Media Dunja Mijatovic.
National Art Museum will host an exhibition "Boris fence. Painting. Figure. Sculpture." The exhibition features 37 works from private and museum collections in France, the Netherlands, the UK and the National Art Museum of Belarus.
THERE WHERE TO NO:
Astrakhan, Russia: a meeting of the presidents of Russia, Azerbaijan and Armenia.
Kiev: Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin will take part in the Ukrainian-Russian economic forum.
Kiev: European Commissioner for Trade Karel De Gucht visit Ukraine.
Warsaw: Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov will visit Poland.
ALSO THIS DAY:
1873 — American Joseph Gliden patented barbed wire.
1939 — Lithuanian troops entered Vilnius, Lithuania, which gave the Soviet Union.
1962 — Caribbean Crisis: U.S. reconnaissance plane over Cuba beat the Soviet air defense missile, the pilot, Major Rudalf Anderson was killed. It is believed that the "Black Sabbath", October 27, 1962 — this day, when the world was the closest thing to a global nuclear war.
1991 — The Supreme Soviet of Turkmenistan declared independence.
1469 — Erasmus, the Dutch humanist (d. 12/07/1536).
1728 — James Cook, British navigator and discoverer (d. 14/02/1779).
1890 — Victor Shutovich, Belarusian Catholic priest, a supporter Belarusization church (d. 01/03/1960).
1430 — Vytautas, the Grand Duke of Lithuania (b. ~ 1350).
There is a reason:
Independence Day of Turkmenistan.
A year ago on the site of "Freedom": "U.S. Department of State: Belarus restricts religious freedom"
Quote to remember:
Happiness lies mainly in the fact that to put up with the fate and be content with their situation — Erasmus