Minsk hosted a Latvian-Belarusian business forum within the framework of the visit to the Republic of Belarus of the Latvian delegation headed by the Chairman of the Riga Duma Nils Usakovs. The event was organized by the Minsk branch of the Belarusian Chamber of Commerce and Industry conjointly with the Minsk City Executive Committee, the Riga Duma, and the Embassy of the Latvian Republic in the Republic of Belarus.
Over 200 representatives of business community, state authorities, and mass media of the two countries participated in the B2B meeting, ‘Rizhsky Dvorik’ trade mark presentation and working meeting on tourism within the business forum.

The representatives of 100 Belarusian enterprises and organizations held negotiations with Latvian colleagues, discussed cooperation prospects and reached specific agreements in the areas of renewable energy sources implementation, development of eco-friendly waste treatment technologies, water supply, transport, construction, real estate, landscape and outdoor design, consulting and tourism.
Also famous artists from Latvia – singer Diana Pirags,saxophone player -Ivars Bajaruns, actress – Mirdza Martinsone were participating & performing at official dinner.


Hello my dear friends!
I hope that one day you will visit one of the most beautiful town in the world – Riga!
Melody for this beautiful song were composed by Artem Sarvi & me.
Lyrics were written by very famous latvian author Tatjana Bojcenko.
We both were born in Riga,we love music and we love our town!!!

El Cariño – Spainish version for song “Nezhnost” by Diana Pirags & Gipsymania

El Cariño – Latino version of the song Nezhnost.(Russian spelling: Нежность, English translation: Tenderness).
The song was composed in 1965. The music was written by Aleksandra Pakhmutova, with lyrics by Nikolay Dobronravov and Sergey Grebennikov.
Nezhnost’ was performed in 1967 by Tatiana Doronina (as Nyura) in Tatiana Lioznova’s film Tri topolya na Plyushchikhe (Three Poplars at Plyuschikha Street). Originally it was recorded by Maya Kristalinskaya in 1966 and was covered many times by many artists in Soviet Union and Russia, including versions made by Yuri Gulyayev, Joseph Kobzon, Tamara Sinyavskaya, Lyudmila Zykina, Dmitri Hvorostovsky, Tamara Gverdtsiteli, Maria Codrianu, Latvian singer Olga Pīrāgs. Also, the song was recorded in 1967 by French singer Frida Boccara in Russian (Soviet album «Поёт Фрида Боккара» / Frida Boccara sings, Melodiya), in 1969 by Cuban singer Lourdes Gil and Francis Goya (as Tenderness — CD album A Tribute To Alexandra Pakhmutova, 2002). The song has been live performed in 1999 by Alla Bayanova in French, accompanied by Mikhail Pletnev.
Several Western arrangements of the tune are known under the title Tenderness. In particular, Marc Almond’s version is known for his live performance at the Manege of the First Cadet Corps (Saint Petersburg) on October 1, 2008 [2] and Thomas Anders’ version is known for his live performance at the Kremlin Palace on April 23, 2009.
In 2014 we are glad to announce brand new spanish – rumba flamenco version of the song “Nezhnost” written by Aleksandra Pakhmutova,with lyrics by Valentin Kalugin.