Ms. Alexandra Solovieva assumes office of the Resident Representative of the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) in Belarus. In this role she will strengthen the strategic partnership of UNDP and Belarus within the UN development system reform and will contribute to the achievement of the SDGs by the country.
More than three decades after the devastating explosion at the Chernobyl nuclear power plant, parts of Belarus’s adjoining regions have sprung back to life and at least the biggest of them, Homiel, has become a leading destination for domestic and international investors.
100 national experts have learned more about General Agreement on Trade in Services (GATS) in the Context of the Accession of Belarus to the WTO
The restoration of disturbed inefficiently drained peatlands will allow Belarus to prevent the carbon dioxide emissions by 5 419 756 t CO2-eq/20y.
Within the WTO Weeks in Belarus, round tables for the business community were held in all regional capitals to discuss the most in-demand topics on the country's WTO accession.
More than 400 representatives of the Government of Belarus, international organizations and the diplomatic corps will gather here to explore ways to accelerate the implementation of the SDGs in the country.
The habitat conditions for the micro population of the European bison have been improved in Nalibokski Nature Reserve within the GEF funded "Wetlands" project.

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9.5 million

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5.7%

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30%

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0.796

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