Argostartap OneSoil received $5 million of investments from two venture funds - the international Almaz Capital ($4 million) and the Hungarian Portfolio ($1 million). The company will spend this money on expanding and developing the team.
Montenegro cancels all restrictions on entry for tourists from the Republic of Belarus, Ukraine, Russia and Northern Macedonia. Montenegro's Finance Minister Miloiko Spajic wrote on Twitter that all restrictive measures, including PCR testing (for citizens of these countries), will be lifted in the new tourist season.
A new car-sharing service is planned to appear in Minsk. The official dealer of Chevrolet in Belarus – the company "Multimotors" has decided to launch its own car-sharing service. The launch dates are still unknown, but the test mode may appear in the coming days.
On May 22 - 23, the Pasternak ecofestival will be held. "Pasternak" is a project for the development of an ecological and healthy lifestyle in Belarus. It will take place in the space of "Vershy" on 19 Oktyabrskaya st.
The Ministry of Finance expects a Russian loan of $500 million
Belarus expects to receive the second tranche of the Russian loan in the amount of $500 million by the end of June. Belarusian Finance Minister Yuri Seliverstov said that the agreement on obtaining a loan was for the first half of the year, for the second quarter.
Employees of large companies in Minsk will be able to be vaccinated against Covid-19 right at the place of work. Deputy Chairman of the Minsk City Executive Committee Artem Tsuran said that such a method of vaccination is already being implemented in Minsk.
Starting from April 15, Belarusians who fly from Minsk to Russia must install the mobile app "Traveling without COVID-19". You will need to enter the results of a negative PCR test for coronavirus to the app, then provide it in the form of a QR code.
One of the Silver Screen cinemas stops is closing. From April 26, the cinema will move from the Galileo shopping center to the new shopping and entertainment complex "Minsk City Mall". A new shopping center is being built behind the train station on Druzhnaya Street.
Since April 15, the National Art Museum of the Republic of Belarus has changed its work schedule. Now on Thursdays, the museum will be open until 21 hours (before that, the museum was open until 19). The museum met people who work on weekdays until 18 and just physically do not have time to get to the exhibitions in the museum, as it closes its doors at 19.