Minsk 2019 star ambassador Darya Domracheva has taken part in a karate demonstration as part of the organisers "Bright Team" project.
European Olympic Committees (EOC) President Janez Kocijančič believes that the European Games and the European Championships in their quadrennial multi-sport form can happily co-exist.
Belarus have claimed plans are in place to ensure swift border crossing during the Minsk 2019 European Games.
More than 300 athletes have taken part in an international freestyle wrestling event in Minsk, as preparations continue before the second European Games in the city in 2019.
Cyclists representing the Minsk 2019 European Games Organising Committee were among those to take part in a cross-border "international ride of friendship".
European marathon champion Volha Mazuronak has become the latest "star ambassador" for the Minsk 2019 European Games.
More than 30,000 people lined up today for races associated with the Minsk half marathon, the crowning event of one of the busiest sports weekends of the year in the Belarus capital.
There is nothing like visiting a new country to see things from a different perspective.
One of the most famous wrestlers of the 20th century, the triple Olympic gold medallist Aleksandr Medved, is to be added to the list of Star Ambassadors for Minsk 2019.
The tender process for the third European Games could be launched as soon as this month at a meeting of European Olympic Committees (EOC) top brass in Stockholm.
European Olympic Committees (EOC) Coordination Commission chairman Spyros Capralos has heaped praise on the venues that will be used for the second European Games in Minsk next year, while urging organisers to accelerate the process of local recruitment.
The newly-refurbished Dinamo Stadium is set to host a test event for Dynamic New Athletics (DNA) later this month, in an early trial for the new format that originators hope will appeal to a younger audience.
European Olympic Committees (EOC) President Janez Kocijančič has come away from a meeting this week with Alexander Lukashenko, the Belarus President, convinced that Minsk 2019 has the full backing of the country and the Government.
Belarus Sports and Tourism Minister admits Minsk 2019 has work to do but claims organisers are reaching targets
Belarus Sports and Tourism Minister Sergey Kovalchuk has admitted they have a "lot to do" in their preparations for next year's European Games in Minsk but insisted they were gradually reaching their targets as the European Olympic Committees (EOC) Coordination Commission began its inspection.
It is a big week for Minsk 2019, with inspectors from the European Olympic Committees due here in the Belarus capital to assess progress on the project to deliver the second European Games.