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Why Belarus?

The choice of Belarus for business relationships is supported by numerous important factors:

  • Stable sociopolitical conditions, without external and internal conflicts typical for many other CIS countries.
  • Situated at the center of Europe, at the main crossroads from the East to the West and from the North to the South. Bordering on Russia, Ukraine, the Baltic States and Eastern Europe allows to use effectively logistic advantages of Belarus for development of manufacturing oriented towards both eastern and western markets of the technologies and raw materials.
  • During the era of the USSR, the economy of the Republics was always highly specialized. Belarus has been assigned the role of an assembly shop for massive engineering, electronic and chem-tech industries – all of which have traditionally employed the best engineers and the most skilled specialists available. In addition, the institutes of Belarusian Academy of Sciences represented a concentration of the brightest scientists – and thus have held status of being one of the best learning establishments in the USSR.

Furthermore, the labor market – including the highly skilled sector – is considerably cheaper in Belarus and other CIS countries than in the Baltic states and neighboring countries of Eastern Europe – not to mention the advanced Western European countries and of course, the United States.

The above factors play a major role in correctly determining the proper direction of investment – and in choosing the appropriate management personnel for the creation and development of modernized, highly-technological, and competitive enterprises with a relatively low cost – one that is partially determined by transportation expenses and wages.

 

People glorified Belarus.

Euphrosyne of Polotsk

(ar.l 110-1173)

 

Princess of Polotsk. The first Belarusian and, according to some sources, Eastern Slavic educator. The first woman in Russia who was canonized as a saint. Established female and male monasteries which became the center of enlightenment in the Polatsk princedom (territory of modern Belarus). Euphrosyne ordered for a unique cross to be made. Named after her, it became a masterpiece of ancient Belarusian art. Died during a pilgrimage to Jerusalem.

Frantsysk Skaryny

(ar.l  1490, Polotsk — 1551, Prague)

 

The Belarusian scientist, philosopher, physician, pioneer and educator, founder of the East Slavic typography. Outstanding figure of the Renaissance. Published the first Bible in the Old Belarusian language in Prague in 1517 and opened his own publishing workshop in Vilnius, the first in Eastern Europe.

Tadeusz Kosciuszko

(1746 – 1817)

 

Political and military figure of Rzeczpospolita, a cosmopolitan. Participated in the liberation movement on two continents. He was born on the territory of modern Belarus. Participant in the war for the independence of the United States, the organizer of the uprising in Poland, Belarus and Lithuania in 1794. National Hero of Belarus, Poland and the United States, an honorary citizen of France.

Adam Mickiewicz

(1798 – 1855)

 

Great Belarusian, Polish and Lithuanian poet of the Romantic era, a political journalist, activist of the national liberation movement. He was born on the territory of modern Belarus. Had a great influence on the development of Belarusian, Polish, Lithuanian and Russian literature in the XIX century. The most famous works: the romantic ballads, dramatic poem «Forefathers» and an epic poem «Pan Tadeusz».

Chaim Weizmann

(1874 -1952)

 

The first president of Israel (elected May 16, 1948, President 1949-1952), chemist, politician and president (1929-1946) of the World Zionist Organization and a founder of a research institute that now bears his name. Born in Belarus in a small village near Pinsk. A friend of British Prime Minister Winston Churchill, U.S. President Harry Truman. He is considered one of the wisest politicians of the twentieth century.

Louis Burt Mayer

(1884 – 1957)

 

Outstanding artist, graphic artist, painter, stage designer and poet of Jewish origin born in the Belarusian city of Vitebsk. One of the most famous representatives of the artistic avant-garde of the XX century. In 1964, Chagall painted the ceiling of the Paris Grand Opera commissioned by the president of France's Charles de Gaulle. In 1966, created two paintings for the Metropolitan Opera in New York. In 1972, decorated the Chicago Nationals Bank building with mosaics «Four Seasons».

Mark Chagall

(1887 – 1985)

 

Outstanding artist, graphic artist, painter, stage designer and poet of Jewish origin born in the Belarusian city of Vitebsk. One of the most famous representatives of the artistic avant-garde of the XX century. In 1964, Chagall painted the ceiling of the Paris Grand Opera commissioned by the president of France's Charles de Gaulle. In 1966, created two paintings for the Metropolitan Opera in New York. In 1972, decorated the Chicago Nationals Bank building with mosaics «Four Seasons».

Vasil Bykov

(1924 – 2003)

 

Globally recognized Belarusian writer, veteran of World War II. Fame and recognition came with such works as «Alpine Ballad», «The Dead Feel No Pain», «Sotnikov», «Obelisk», «Stay Alive Till Dawn», «Leave and Not Return», «Sign of Misfortune» and others, some of which were filmed. Bykov's prose reflects actual war events infabricated for official propaganda.

Shimon Perez

(1923 - 2016)

 

Shimon Perez 9th president of Israel has been in power from July 2007 to July 2014. Born in Belarus. During his political career Shimon Perez held many posts in the government of Israel, including Prime Minister. Was one of the authors of 1994 peace treaty in Oslo between Israel and Palestine, for which he was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize.

Jaures Alferov

(1930 г.)

 

Nobel Prize in Physics in 2000 for developing semiconductor heterostructures and the creation of fast opto-and microelectronic components, Academician. Born in the Belarusian city of Vitebsk in Belarus-Jewish family. Honorary doctor of many universities and an honorary member of several academies. Awarded the Gold Medal of Ballantyne (1971) Franklin Institute (USA), Hewlett-Packard Prize of the European Physical Society (1972), H. Welker Medal (1987), etc.