Even today, April 21

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


All day rain at times appear the sun, the temperature of 12 — 14 C.

Do not pass:

Minsk, the annual message of President Lukashenko to the Belarusian people and the National Assembly.

Beginning at 12.00.

Minsk Hotel Orbita, press conference organizing committee "Chernobyl Way".

Beginning at 12.00.

Minsk shop "Logvinov" literary evening "Still", which is organized by the journal literature in translation "crooks."

Beginning at 19.00.


Paris, meeting French President Nicolas Sarkozy, the leader of the Palestinian Authority Mahmoud Abbas.

Moscow, the visit of the UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon in Russia.


753 BC: Romulus and Remus founded Rome.

1519: Hernan Cortes landed on the coast of Mexico.

1898 The outbreak of war between the U.S. and Spain.

1944: In France, women won the right to vote.

1967: Military coup in Greece, the establishment of a regime of "black colonels" (lasted until 1974).


1729: Catherine II, Empress of Russia (since 1762) (d. 1796).

1833: Victor Otan Kalinowski, historian, archaeographer bibliophile, a member of the national liberation movement. Brother Kalinowski (d. 1862).

1864 Max Weber, the German sociologist, historian, economist and lawyer (d. 1920).

1903 Nicholas Olehnovich, Belarusian literary critic (d. 1959).

1926: Elizabeth II, Queen of Great Britain (since 1952).


1699: Jean Racine, French dramatist (b. 1639).

1910: Mark Twain, American writer (b. 1835).

1923: Ignat Kanchevsky, Belarusian poet, philosopher and writer (b. 1896).

1946: John Meynrada Keynes, English economist (b. 1883).

1996: The Johar Dudayev, the first president
Ichkeryya self-proclaimed Chechen Republic (b. 1944).

2007: Guy Picard, English belorusist (b. 1931).

There is a reason:

Italy: Day of the founding of Rome.

MINUS 365:

The Economic Court accepted the claim of the Government of Belarus to the Russian government.

Quote to remember:

"The long-term perspective" — a bad adviser to current affairs. In the long run we are all dead.

John Keynes Meynrada

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