The Belarusian Industry Ministry intends to invite foreign companies to take part in realizing its major investment and innovation projects that will be accomplished in 2011-2015. 
First Deputy Premier of Belarus Vladimir Semashko met with Gazprom CEO Alexei Miller to discuss gas supplies to Belarus.
In 2011 Belarus is set to attract between $6.4 billion to $6.5 billion of foreign direct investment on a net basis.
The date of the presidential election in Belarus has been set for 19 December 2010. This decision was adopted at the 5th, extraordinary, session of the House of Representatives of the National Assembly of Belarus on 14 September.
In 2011 Belarus plans to issue Eurobonds worth $1 billion, Finance Minister of Belarus Andrei Kharkovets said when presenting the 2011 budget bill in the parliament.
Belarus has floated another $400 million worth of eurobonds, it was learnt from First Deputy Finance Minister of Belarus Vladimir Amarin.
Belarus is technically ready to transfer shares of Belarusian companies into the depositary system of Russia, Alexander Galperin, Director of the Securities Department of the Belarusian Finance Ministry, told a press conference on 4 June.
In January-April 2010 Belarus’ international reserve assets calculated using the IMF methods were up 6.7% to $6032.5 million.
The House of Representatives of the National Assembly of Belarus intends to ratify a Belarusian-Estonian intergovernmental agreement on assistance in making investments and the mutual protection of investments.
On 18 April, Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko attended the memorial service at St Mary Cathedral in Minsk.
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