Ruslan Alekhno, a Belarusian pop singer and composer, has been named as the latest star ambassador of the 2019 European Games in Minsk.
A delegation from Minsk has visited Krasnoyarsk to study their experience of hosting the 2019 Winter Universiade here, with the Belarusian capital holding the European Games this summer.
Trains decorated for this year's European Games have gone into service on the metro in host city Minsk.
More than 250 dishes will be on the daily menu for athletes and coaches of the 2nd European Games, Yulia Kravchenko, head of catering at Minsk 2019, has revealed.
More than 40 per cent of the tickets across 120 sport sessions at the Minsk 2019 European Games have been sold, organisers have said.
All Belarusian athletes competing at Minsk 2019 will be drugs-tested before the event as the country's national anti-doping agency revealed guidelines to prevent sample manipulation during the European Games.
The organisers of the 2019 European Games in Minsk have released a promotional video showing off the best the city has to offer.
The Russian Parliament has ratified an agreement between the country and Belarus which will enable visa-free travel in its territory for foreign nationals arriving for the European Games.
Belarus has issued a series of special postage stamps to mark the European Games due to take place in Minsk later this year.
German Olympic Sports Confederation (DOSB) will send a team to the 2019 European Games in Minsk having opted against boycotting the event in Belarus’ capital city.
UNICEF have held a two-day seminar on global volunteering for those volunteering at this year's European Games in Minsk.
Former Olympic fencing champion Alexander Romankov and the winner of the 2018 "Miss Belarus" beauty contest Maria Vasilevich have both been named as Star Ambassadors for the European Games in Minsk this June.
Minsk 2019 presented a series of publications promoting sport and the European Games at the city's international book fair.
The official mobile app for this year's European Games in Minsk has been released.
European Olympic Committees (EOC) President Janez Kocijančič met with Belarus Prime Minister Sergei Rumas as the countdown to Minsk 2019 continues.