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The head of the 8th Belarusian Antarctic expedition Alexey Gaidashov sent congratulations on the Belarusian Science Day

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27.01.2016 On behalf of the participants of the 8th Belarusian Antarctic expedition the head of the expedition Alexei Gaidashov sent congratulations to the staff of the NAS of Belarus and all the scientists of the Republic of Belarus on the Belarusian Science Day.

Dear colleagues, dear friends!

We are not just witnesses, we are the participants and you are the participants of the remarkable and significant event. We are commissioning the first object of the Belarusian Antarctic station. This event takes place in honor of the Belarusian Science Day. We congratulate you on this holiday!

We need to remember those who laid the foundation for this success and this endeavor. These are veterans - polar explorers, who worked in the Soviet Antarctic expeditions, as well as the broad scientific community of our country. These are dozens, hundreds of experts from various ministries and departments directly related to it. This became possible largely due to the purposeful state policy carried out in this direction. And the words "Made in Belarus" all of us can say with pride in this case.

We have done this together! We sincerely congratulate you on the Belarusian Science Day!




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