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Russian Police To Help Belarus Ensure Security At 2019 European Games

Russian police officers will assist the Belarusian side during the upcoming European Games in Minsk in the summer of 2019.

Uniting efforts in providing security.

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The news was made public by Belarusian Interior Minister Ihar Shunevich at Tuesday’s press conference in Navapolatsk.

“Russian colleagues from the Internal Affairs Ministry will lend their officers to us for the duration of the 2nd European Games Minsk 2019 and the ice hockey world championship.

It will definitely make the measures taken to ensure public law and order more effective,” he said.

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Such cooperation will allow to share security experience between the law enforcment agencies.

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Besides Russia, Belarus is going to invite police officers from other neighbouring countries for assistance.

Ready for guests

The European Games will be held in Minsk 21-30 June the next year.


At the moment Belarus is busy preparing to make the fans stay in our country pleasurable and memorable

Special corridors will appear at border checkpoints for participants and fans of the first-class event.

Besides, traffic lanes will be set up on key routes during the 2nd European Games in Minsk.

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This is for athletes, judges, visitors and broadcasters to avoid traffic jams and make it to venues on time.

You will have a chance to surf the internet for free at sport facilities, hotels, and the student village on praspiekt Dziaržynskaha.

Besides, it is planned to improve 3G and 4G coverage along major streets and ensure cyber security of users.

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The sport programs will be broadcasted in nine languages. Organizers, guests, and participants will go on air to share their stories.

Belarusian policemen also prepare to welcome guests of the country in English!

Source: BelTA