Dokshitsy Regional Executive Committee

Address: 31 Leninskaya Street,
Dokshytsy 211720
Phone:
8 (02157) 2-10-45 from 8.00 to 21.00
Fax:
8 (02157) 2-10-61
E-mail:
rikdok@vitebsk.by

Region
The harvesting campaign in Vitebsk Oblast is almost over: 99% of the field area, or 343.3 thousand hectares of grain and legumes, has been harvested, the Agriculture and Food Committee of the Oblast Executive Committee said. Sharkovshchina, Miory, Rossony, Postavy and Verkhnedvinsk regions have completely coped with the stubble. In total, on the morning of September 17, 5 thousand hectares of fields remained to be removed in the rest of the oblast. “This is almost a day - two harvests, so this week we plan to complete the stubble harvest completely,” the committee stated.

477 boiler houses of the oblast's housing and communal services system, or 94.3%, received certificates of readiness for work in the off-season. Work on the rest of the facilities is underway. The deadline for their completion is September 30, however, the oblast intends to handle it earlier.

A ten-meter arch with the coat of arms of Vitebsk is being erected near the railway station for the oblast festival-fair of village workers "Dazhynki-2020", the city's capital construction department reported.
Republic

The protesters in Belarus do not have the most important thing, which is the unity in political goals, famous Russian journalist, blogger, historian and writer Armen Gasparyan said in an interview with ONT TV channel, BelTA has learned.

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