For EU news and data, please consider using the following sources:
RAPID is a database of EU press releases. It goes back to 1985, and the great majority of the documents are available in at least two languages.
Europe by Satellite is the European Union's TV information service which broadcasts quality video and audio files on events, news and press conferences of the European Commission, the European Parliament, the Council of Ministers, the European Central Bank and other EU institutions. It provides live coverage using a non-encrypted signal and can be downloaded without any special equipment.
Please visit to download photo and media files, share the sights and sounds of Europe. The unique archive on the EU's history dating from the 1940s is also available on the portal. All materials are available free of charge - via the Internet and via Europe by Satellite - and in professional standards.
It is a space of the European Union on YouTube.
The Delegation has been commissioning short videos as a way to promote networking among partners working on different projects for common causes. Please visit and take a look.
Eurostat offers harmonized statistics of the European Union and its Member States. A vast range of data can be searched and disaggregated by theme, region, country, or date.
The Eurobulletin is the Delegation's monthly magazine in the Belarusian and Russian languages. It is issued monthly, and it reports on EU-funded assistance to and cooperation with Belarus. To subscribe to the Delegation's e-magazine, please send an email to DELEGATION-BELARUS-PRESS@EEAS.EUROPA.EU with "subscribe to the Eurobulletin" in the subject line.
Delegation's weekly EU Review
To subscribe to the Delegation's weekly Belarusian-language review of EU news, trends, developments, and upcoming events, please send an email to DELEGATION-BELARUS-PRESS@EEAS.EUROPA.EU with "subscribe to the EU Review" in the subject line.
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EU Activities in Belarus is a compendium of past and ongoing EU-funded programs and projects divided by sector of cooperation.
EU Guide for journalists
For more information or in the event of a specific request, please contact the Press and Information section staff at mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org