Already today, March 31

Blitz review of events and those in Belarus, a world history.


Mostly, the day peep sun, the temperature of +4 … +6 C

Do not pass:

Minsk, briefing Head of the Foreign Ministry Andrei Savinykh. Beginning at 11.00.

Minsk, the Belarusian Popular Front Manor (Masherova, 8), the press conference of the BPF Yanukevich Alexei and his deputy Igor Lyalkova and Gregory Kastusiou about the eviction of the Minsk office of the party.
Beginning at 11.00.

Minsk, from 11.00 to 12.00, Deputy Prime Minister of Belarus Sergei Rumas pursuing a "hotline." Ask the deputy prime minister by phone. 287-16-18, pre ask questions by phone. 287-16-34

Minsk, from 14.00 to 15.00 Belarusian Defense Minister Lieutenant-General Yuri Zhadobin pursuing a "hotline." Ask the minister by phone. 297-29-20.

Minsk, the Constitutional Court considered the relevant Polish law "On the Pole's Card" to the principles and norms of international law

Minsk, a briefing Economy Minister Nikolai Snopkov (Bersana, 14, tel. 200 93 33). Beginning at 15.00

Minsk, the small hall of the concert hall "Minsk", a joint concert of Belarusian singer Dmitry Bartosik, Sergei Sokolov-Voyusha, Andrew Plesanova. Beginning at 19.00.


Brussels, the meeting of transport ministers of the European Union

Moscow, a traditional Russian opposition rally in support of Article 31 of the Constitution on freedom of assembly


1889: Official opening of the Eiffel Tower.

1940: The Twelfth Soviet republic became the Karelian-Finnish SSR

1966: In the Soviet Union successfully launched the first artificial satellite of the Moon

1967: After the French decision to withdraw from the military organization of NATO headquarters Alliance moved from Paris to the Belgian capital Brussels

1991: An extraordinary meeting of the leadership of the organization of the Warsaw Pact decided to abolish the military structure of the organization

1992: The United Nations voted to impose sanctions on Libya after its refusal to extradite two suspects in the bombing of airline "Pan Am" in Lockerbie


1596: Rene Descartes, French philosopher and mathematician (d. 1650)

1685: Johann Sebastian Bach, German composer (d. 1750)

1732: Franz Joseph Haydn, Austrian composer (d. 1809)

1839: Nicholas Przhavalski, Russian geographer and traveler, came from the Belarusian noble family (d. 1888)

1910 Josef Buynovskiy, Polish poet, literary historian (d. 2001)

1926: John Fowles, English novelist and essayist (d. 2005)


1727: Isaac Newton, the great English scientist (b. 1643)

1785: Anthony Tyzengauz, ON statesman, philanthropist

MINUS 365:

Pavel Sheremet deprived of Belarusian citizenship

Quote to remember:

Cogito ergo sum (I think, therefore I exist)

Rene Descartes

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