Congratulations to the laureates of the BelCCI's contest among the mass-media representatives "Development of Export Potential of Belarus"
Date: 12 March 2019
The names of 23 laureates of the open creative contest of the Belarusian Chamber of Commerce and Industry among the representatives of mass-media "Development of Export Potential of Belarus" were named during the award ceremony in Minsk.
The contest "Development of Export Potential of Belarus" was held by the BelCCI for the second time among the authors and groups of authors of the mass-media of Belarus and foreign countries, whose works (articles, series of articles, reports, TV and radio spots) on the contest's topic were published by news agencies, Internet editions, newspapers, magazines and were broadcasted on television and radio in 2018.
The Minister of Information of the Republic of Belarus Alexander Karlyukevich, the Chairman of the State Committee on Science and Technology Alexander Shumilin, the Head of the Department of Information and Digital Diplomacy – Press Secretary of the Belarusian Foreign Ministry Anatoly Glaz, the Chairman of the Belarusian Chamber of Commerce and Industry Vladimir Ulakhovich took part in the award ceremony. Members of the jury of the contest were Chairman of the Standing Committee of the Council of the Republic of the National Assembly of the Republic of Belarus for Foreign Affairs and National Security Sergey Rakhmanov and the director of the publishing house "Belarusian Encyclopedia named after Petrus Brovka" Vladimir Andrievich.
In total, more than 350 journalistic materials from 56 authors and authoring teams representing 26 mass-media were submitted to the contest. The materials covered such topics as the export potential of the Republic of Belarus; foreign economic activity of Belarusian enterprises, including problematic issues in this area, ways and means of solving them; projects, services and events of the BelCCI.
Contestants presented the full range of mass-media – from central television channels and the largest news agencies to regional newspapers.