Blitz review of events and those in Belarus, a world history.
Cloudy with occasional rain, the temperature 18 — 20 C.
Do not pass:
Minsk meeting of the Council of Ministers of the Republic of Belarus.
Minsk, Pershamaiski district court, the trial of a defendant in a criminal case on the riots Dmitry Bondarenko, trustee candidate for the presidency in the 2010 Andrei Sannikov.
Minsk, the annual event "Chernobyl Way" will be held in Bangalore Square.
Beginning at 18.00.
THERE WHERE HAVE NO:
Chernobyl, the presidents of Russia and Ukraine, Dmitry Medvedev and Viktor Yanukovich on the occasion of the 25th anniversary of the Chernobyl accident.
Copenhagen, the visit of Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin's visit to Denmark.
Astana, the visit of Pakistani Prime Minister Yousuf Raza Gilani in Kazakhstan.
Rome, meeting the Prime Minister of Italy Sylivie Berlusconi and French President Nicolas Sarkozy in matters of illegal migration.
ALSO THIS DAY:
1607: Founded Jamestown — the first English settlement in what is now the United States.
1772: raseyskie army led by Alexander Suvorov took possession of the Krakow castle during the war with the Confederation of Bar.
1792: Ruzhe de Lisle wrote a song for the combat Army of the Rhine, which later became known as the "Marseillaise."
1795: The structure of Russia included Kurland.
1838: Beginning of Russian-Turkish war of 1828-1829.
1966: Earthquake in Tashkent with a magnitude of 8 points, with the epicenter in the city center.
1986: An accident at the Chernobyl nuclear power plant.
1989: The first took place in Minsk "Chernobyl Way".
1696: Michael Czartoryski, a statesman of the Commonwealth, the Grand Chancellor of Lithuania.
1711: David Hume, the Scottish philosopher and historian.
1798: Eugene Delyakrua, a French artist.
1863: Eustace Orlovsky, the Belarusian ethnographer, historian and teacher.
1929: Jury hero of the day, the Belarusian leader and historian.
1856: Peter Chaadayev Russian philosopher, writer, social activist and writer (b. 1794).
1883: Napoleon Orda, Belarusian artist, composer, writer (b. 1807).
1938: Edmund Husserl, a German philosopher, founder fenamenalegii (b. 1859).
1945: Paul Skarapadki, Hetman of Ukraine from April 29 to December 14, 1918 (born 1873).
2002: Michael Ptashuk, Belarusian film director, actor and producer (b. 1943).
Chernobyl March 2010. Online coverage
Quote to remember:
If the sole motive of our actions is the desire to show their freedom, so we can not break free from the handcuffs required.