Brest Oblast of Belarus is introducing the Navakolle cluster model as part of the project “Support for economic development at the local level in the Republic of Belarus”. It is aimed at promoting natural and craft goods of local producers

MTZ is supposed to receive 100 Caterpillar engines in May 2021. The engines are compliant with the European environmental standards Stage 5. The first batch of tractors to be sold on the European market will be assembled in June. The company intends to start batch production in Q4 2021.

Brest and Biala Podlaska are implementing several joint projects in line with the cross-border cooperation program Poland-Belarus-Ukraine for 2014-2020. One of the projects is aimed at developing transport infrastructure. The parties received a grant of over €2 million from the European Union. Under the project,...

We are pleased to announce the Winners of our task contest ‘Borderland Personalities’ which was addressed at youth. The aim of the competition was to bring into the spotlight the outstanding personalities, those who connected our nations, made an extraordinary contribution to history and culture or in oth...

The year 2020 turned out to be the one to remember. We had to face the challenges of a new world we stepped into. There was a struggle but it was followed by development and creation. Currently, we are opening a new chapter with advanced stage of preparations for the NEXT Programme edition. 2021 will be foremost...

The European Union International Technical Assistance Centre in Belarus is your reliable guide to EU assistance

Since gaining independence the Republic of Belarus has become an active participant in international technical cooperation among states and leading international organizations in the following priority areas:

  • human resource development, improvement of living standards and the delivery of social services;
  • sustainable economic growth through further development of foreign trade, innovation and investment activities;
  • energy efficiency;
  • environmental protection, rehabilitation and sustainable development of areas affected by the Chernobyl nuclear disaster.

The European Union is one of the main donors of international technical assistance to Belarus. The European Union is the major donor of technical assistance in the world and it developes many assistance programmes worldwide with a total budget of more than 10 billion euro a year.