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The Official Fact Book of the Republic of Belarus

 

Brought to you by: Over payed bureaucrats who have nothing better to do except compile data that basically everyone knows already.

 

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Basics

 

Capital and largest city: Minsk
 
Official languages: Russian

Belorussian

 

Ethnic groups: Belarusian: 89%

    Russian: 10%

    Ukrainian: 1%

Demonym: Belarusian
 
Government: Unitarian Presidential Republic under semi-authoritarian president.
 
President: Alexander Lukachenko
 
Legislature: Parliament
 
Area: 207,595 km2
 
Population: Ten Million
 
Density: 45.8/km²
 
Currency: Belarusian Ruble (BYR)

 

GDP: 149.1 billion USD (Real Life USD)

 

Official Religion: None(State Sponsored Atheism)

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Foreign Affairs


 

 
Hungary: One embassy in Hungary maintained under Nadezhda Grekova.

The Grand Duchy of Moscow: One embassy in Moscow under Iosif Belsky. One Muscovite embassy in Minsk under Natasha Aliyeva

The Baltic Union: One embassy in the Union under Vasily Shaurov. One Union embassy in Minsk under Frīdrihs Ozolinsh.

The European Community: One embassy in Brussels under Zenon Praznyak.


 

International Organizations and Treaties

Commonwealth of Defense and Trade - Bloc Disbanded

 

The European Community(General Member) - Bloc Disbanded

 

Member of the Hungary-Ukraine-Belarus MD Treaty - Ukraine collapsed

 

Treaty with Hungary-Slovakia

 

MDoAP bloc with Romania, Hungary, and Ukraine - Bloc Disbanded

 

MDoAP with Romania

 

NAP + Trade Agreement with Russia

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Current Belarusian Government:

 

President: Alexander Lukachenko

Prime Minister: Mikhail Miyasnokovich

Ministry of Agriculture and Food: Leonids Zayats

Ministry of Architecture and Construction: Igor Shunyevich

Ministry of Communication and Information: Nikolai Pantelei

Ministry of Culture: Boris Svetlov

Ministry of Defense: Yuri Zhadobin

Ministry of Economy: Nikolai Snopkov

Ministry of Education: Sergei Maskevich

Ministry of Energy: Vladimir Potupchik

Ministry of Finance: Andrei Kharkovets

Ministry of Foreign Affairs: Vladimir Andreichenko

Ministry of Forestry: Mikhail Amelianovich

Ministry of Public Health: Vasily Zharko

Ministry of Housing and Communal Services: Andrei Shorets

Ministry of Industry Dmitry Katerinich

Ministry of Justice: Oleg Slizhevsky

Ministry of Labour and Social Protection: Marianna Shchetkina

Ministry of Natural Resources and Environmental Protection: Vladimir Tsalko

Ministry of Tax Collection: Vladimir Pouluyan

State Security Committee (KGB): Valery Vakulchic

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The Government Owned Companies of Belarus

 

Belmarket - Supermarket chain.

BelMining - Mining company
 
Minsk Automobile Plant - Automobile manufacturer, rental and dealership.
 
BelTel - Television manufacturer and Cable provider.
 
BelRadio - Radio manufacturer and provider.
 
Minsk Kristall - Distillery.
 
Minsk Motercycle - Motorcycle manufacturer, rental, and dealership. Separate from the Minsk Automobile Plant.
 
BelCafe - Restaurant chain.
 
Belarusian Garment Factory - Textiles and garment factory manufacturing.
 
BelHotel - Hotel chain.
 
BelAppliances - Household appliances manufacturing.
 
OfficeMax - Office appliances manufacturing.
 
National Department Store - Department Store chain.
 
Olivaria - Brewery.
 
BelarusBank - The central bank.
 
CredexBank - A commercial bank.
 
BeIAZ: Haulage and earth-moving equipment producer and rental.
 
Belarusian Railway: Railroad production, management, and maintenance.
 
Belkommunemash - Public bus and taxi company.
 
Belshina - Tyre works.
 
Byellorussian Metal and Plastic Works - Metal and plastic.
 
JSC Defense Systems - Military equipment manufacturer.
 
Genex - Aircraft manufacturer.
 
Minsk Tractor Works - Tractor Manufacturer and rental.
 
TransAVIAexport Airlines - Cargo airlines.
 
Pravda - News agency.
 
BelTransGas - Natural gas and oil.
 
Mozyr Oil Refinery - Oil refinery and transport.
 
Biogas - Bio-gas, biodiesel, and bio-fuel refinery and transport.
 
General Electric - Electricity provider.
 
Alias World Entertainment - Game developer.
 
Aven - Electronics producer.
 
Belarus High Technologies Park - Research and Development.
 
Intetics - Internet provider and computer manufacturer.
 
Beltelcom - Telecommunications network provider.
 
MTS - Mobile operator.
 
Velcom - Phone and communications equipment producer.
 
Belavia - State-owned airline.
 
Life:) Belarus - Online social networking, e-mail provider, and search engine.
 
National Mail Service - Mail delivery.
 
Belarusian Construction Works - Construction company.
 
Mechano - Mechanical parts manufacturing.
 
Everythingelse - Miscellaneous manufacturing and sales.
 
State-owned farms and food processors

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The Natural Resources of Belarus

 

Small deposits of:

Gas

Iron ore

Nonferrous metal ores

Dolomite

Potash

Rock salt

Phosphorites

Refractory clay

Molding sand

Sand

Various other building materials.

The above deposits are sufficient to meet domestic needs, but the surplus is too small for export.

There are also decent amounts of:

Industrial diamonds

Titanium

Copper ore

Lead

Mercury

Bauxite

Nickel

Vanadium

Amber

Peat deposits

Granite

Marl

Chalk

Gravel

Shale oil

There are also large amounts of:

Forests

Water resources consist of:

42 rivers and streams

11,000 lakes

Large amounts of swampy areas in the Polesie region

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Protectorates of Belarus

 

The Republic of Belarus currently has one Protectorate in Poland, which consists of the Masovian, Lublin, and parts of the Podlaskie regions. The protectorate is managed by the Polish Authority, which is an administrative body that is set up by the Republic. Security in the protectorate is the resposnibility of the Milistiya, a military force that answers to the Polish Authority.

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The Latest Dispositions of the Belarusian Military

 

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A map of towns located near military bases

 

 

Polatsk Military Base: Fifth Land Division: Consists of - 6,250 regulars

1,000 Spetsnaz commandos

100 T-80UD tanks

100 BMP-2 Infantry Fighting Vehicle

50 BTR-80 Armored Personnel Carrier

50 2S3M1 Akatsiya Self-Propelled Howitzer

5 9K22 Tunguska

10 BM-21 Grad

1 Tos-1A

3 BM-30 Smerch

100 D-20

    First Air Division: Consists of 25 Su-30

5 MiG-31

10 SU-27sm

1 Antonov An-70

5 Mil Mi-24v

1 Mi-26

 
Vitsyebsk Military Base: Fourth Land Division: Consists of- 6,250 regulars

1,000 Spetsnaz commandos

100 T-80UD tanks

100 BMP-2 Infantry Fighting Vehicle

50 BTR-80 Armored Personnel Carrier

50 2S3M1 Akatsiya Self-Propelled Howitzer

5 9K22 Tunguska

10 BM-21 Grad

1 Tos-1A

3 BM-30 Smerch

100 D-20

Second Air Division: Consists of 25 Su-30

           5 MiG-31

 10 SU-27sm

 1 Antonov An-70

5 Mil Mi-24v

1 Mi-26

 
 
Orsha Military Base: Third Land Division: Consists of - 6,250 regulars

1,000 Spetsnaz commandos

100 T-80UD tanks

100 BMP-2 Infantry Fighting Vehicle

50 BTR-80 Armoured Personnel Carrier

33 MT-LB Amphibious Tracked Armored Carrier

50 2S3M1 Akatsiya Self-Propelled Howitzer

5 9K22 Tunguska

10 BM-21 Grad

1 Tos-1A

3 BM-30 Smerch

100 D-20

   Third Air Division: Consists of 25 Su-30

5 MiG-31

5 SU-27sm

1 Antonov An-70

5 Mil Mi-24v

1 Mi-26

 
 

 

Mahilyow Military Base: Second Land Division: Consists of - 6,250 regulars

1,000 Spetsnaz commandos

100 T-80UD tanks

100 BMP-2 Infantry Fighting Vehicle

50 BTR-80 Armored Personnel Carrier

33 MT-LB Amphibious Tracked Armored Carrier

50 2S3M1 Akatsiya Self-Propelled Howitzer

5 9K22 Tunguska

10 BM-21 Grad

1 Tos-1A

3 BM-30 Smerch

100 D-20

Fourth Air Division: Consists of 25 Su-30

5 SU-27sm

1 Antonov An-70

5 Mil Mi-24v

1 Mi-26

 

 

Minsk Military Base: First Land Division: Consists of - 6,250 regulars

    1,000 Spetsnaz commandos

    100 T-80UD tanks

    100 BMP-2 Infantry Fighting Vehicle

    50 BTR-80 Armored Personnel Carrier

    50 2S3M1 Akatsiya Self-Propelled Howitzer

    5 9K22 Tunguska

    10 BM-21 Grad

     1 Tos-1A

      3 BM-30 Smerch

      100 D-20

  Fifth Air Division: Consists of 25 Su-30

5 MiG-31

5 SU-27sm

10 Tu-106

1 Antonov An-70

5 Mil Mi-24v

1 Mi-26

1 A-50

  Presidential Guard: Consists of - 500 Elite Guardsmen

 

  

Babruysk Military Base: Sixth Land Division: Consists of - 6,250 regulars

1,000 Spetsnaz commandos

100 T-80UD tanks

100 BMP-2 Infantry Fighting Vehicle

50 BTR-80 Armored Personnel Carrier

50 2S3M1 Akatsiya Self-Propelled Howitzer

5 9K22 Tunguska

10 BM-21 Grad

1 Tos-1A

3 BM-30 Smerch

100 D-20

Sixth Air Division: Consists of 25 Su-30

5 SU-27sm

1 Antonov An-70

5 Tu-106

5 Mil Mi-24v

1 Mi-26

1 A-50

 

 

Homyel Military Base: Seventh Land Division: Consists of - 6,250 regulars

  1,000 Spestnaz commandos

  100 T-80UD tanks

  100 BMP-2 Infantry Fighting Vehicle

50 BTR-80 Armored Personnel Carrier

50 2S3M1 Akatsiya Self-Propelled Howitzer

5 9K22 Tunguska

10 BM-21 Grad

1 Tos-1A

3 BM-30 Smerch

100 D-20

    Seventh Air Division: Consists of 25 Su-30

      5 MiG-31

10 SU-27sm

1 Antonov An-70

5 Mil Mi-24v

1 Mi-26

 

 

Mazyr Military Base: Eighth Land Division:  Consists of - 6,250 regulars

1,000 Spetsnaz commandos

100 T-80UD tanks

100 BMP-2 Infantry Fighting Vehicle

50 BTR-80 Armored Personnel Carrier

50 2S3M1 Akatsiya Self-Propelled Howitzer

5 9K22 Tunguska

10 BM-21 Grad

1 Tos-1A

3 BM-30 Smerch

100 D-20

 Eighth Air Division: Consists of 25 Su-30

5 MiG-31

10 SU-27sm

1 Antonov An-70

5 Mil Mi-24v

1 Mi-26

 

 

 

Baranavichy Military Base: Ninth Land Division: Consists of - 6,250 regulars

      1,000 Spetsnaz commandos

      100 T-80UD tanks

      100 BMP-2 Infantry Fighting Vehicle

      50 BTR-80 Armored Personnel Carrier

      50 2S3M1 Akatsiya Self-Propelled Howitzer

      5 9K22 Tunguska

      10 BM-21 Grad

      1 Tos-1A

      3 BM-30 Smerch

       100 D-20

Ninth Air Division: Consists of 25 Su-30

     5 SU-27sm

      5 Tu-106

     1 Antonov An-70

    5 Mil Mi-24v

    1 Mi-26

     1 A-50

 

     

 
Pinsk Military Base: Tenth Land Division: Consists of - 6,250 regulars

      1,000 Spetsnaz commandos

      100 T-80UD tanks

      100 BMP-2 Infantry Fighting Vehicle

      50 BTR-80 Armored Personnel Carrier

      50 2S3M1 Akatsiya Self-Propelled Howitzer

      5 9K22 Tunguska

      10 BM-21 Grad

      1 Tos-1A

      3 BM-30 Smerch

      100 D-20

 Tenth Air Division: Consists of 25 Su-30

5 MiG-31

10 SU-27sm

 1 Antonov An-70

 5 Mil Mi-24v

 1 Mi-26

 

 

 

Brest Military Base: Eleventh Land Division: Consists of - 6,250 regulars

      1,000 Spetsnaz commandos

      100 T-80UD tanks

      100 BMP-2 Infantry Fighting Vehicle

      50 BTR-80 Armored Personnel Carrier

      50 2S3M1 Akatsiya Self-Propelled Howitzer

      5 9K22 Tunguska

      10 BM-21 Grad

       1 Tos-1A

        3 BM-30 Smerch

       100 D-20

 Eleventh Air Division: Consists of 25 Su-30

5 MiG-31

10 SU-27sm

 1 Antonov An-70

5 Mil Mi-24v

1 Mi-26

 

 

 

Hrodna Military Base: Twelfth Land Division: Consists of - 6,250 regulars

      1,000 Spetsnaz commandos

      100 T-80UD tanks

      100 BMP-2 Infantry Fighting Vehicle

      50 BTR-80 Armored Personnel Carrier

      50 2S3M1 Akatsiya Self-Propelled Howitzer

      5 9K22 Tunguska

      10 BM-21 Grad

       1 Tos-1A

       3 BM-30 Smerch

        100 D-20

   Twelfth Air Division: Consists of 25 Su-30

   5 MiG-31

   10 SU-27sm

    1 Antonov An-70

    5 Mil Mi-24v

    1 Mi-26

   Thirteenth Land Division(Currently on Baltic border): Consists of 24,000 troops

400 t-90 tanks

100 BMP-3
200 BTR-80 Armored Personnel Carrier
100 2S19 Msta Self-Propelled Howitzer
5 9K22 Tunguska
20 BM-21 Grad

1 Tos-1A

6 BM-30 Smerch

2 Mi-26

 

Bialystok Military Base: Fourteenth Land Division: Consists of - 6,250 regulars

100 T-80UD tanks

100 BMP-2 Infantry Fighting Vehicle

50 BTR-80 Armored Personnel Carrier

50 2S3M1 Akatsiya Self-Propelled Howitzer

5 9K22 Tunguska

10 BM-21 Grad

1 Tos-1A

100 D-20

Thirteenth Air Division: Consists of: 5 Mil Mi-24v

 

Polish Militsiya: Consists of 50,000 troops

200 BTR-80 Armored Personnel Carrier
100 2S19 Msta Self-Propelled Howitzer
15 9K22 Tunguska
20 BM-21 Grad

100 D-20
5 Mi-24v
2 Mi-26

 

    Ballistic Missile Command: 3 Brigades of OTR-23 Okas, all in Belarus

    Air Defense Command: 5 divisions of s-300 favorits: 1 in Poland, 4 in Belarus

    Air Force Drone Command: 75 RQ-1 Predators. 50 currently patrolling Muscovy and Baltic borders. 25 in Polish        

protectorates.

 

In total, the Belarus is able to field at least 530,350 men, Of those, 99,000 are regular soldiers, and 50,000 are Polish Militsiya. There are also 12,000 elite Spetsnaz  commandos. In addition to these, there are 31,000 KGB troops, which have no permanent base and can be deployed to anywhere in the country. The remainder are reservists.

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The full list of all Chemical and Biological weapons currently owned by the Republic

 

2,300 tons of Sarin(Production ended)

 

Many tons of Agent Orange(Production ended)

 

White Phospherous(Production continuing)

 

Napalm(Production continuing)

 

60 tons of Anthrax(Production ended)

 

80 tons of VX(Production ended)

 

Various incapacitating gases(Production continuing)

 

Various forms of tear gas(Production continuing)

 

Delivery Systems

 

OTR-23 Oka Missile

 

Grad Multiple Rocket Launcher

 

2S19 Msta Self-Propelled Howitzer

 

Various other mortars, artillery, and hand grenades

 

Production ended means that facilities are producing just enough to maintain current stockpiles.

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