In June 2013, Russia said it would set up the base near Lida "within months." In August 2014, Russia's air force chief Lieutenant General Viktor Bondarev said that the base would be located instead in Baranovichi (and denied that Lida had ever been the plan), and would open in 2015.
But this week, Bondarev again addressed the question of the base, and said it would now open in 2016 and would be in Babruysk, in eastern Belarus.
In July 1946 the two aunts gave Leib to Koordinacja Zionist children’s home in Kaminitz near Wroclaw.
The Koordinacja wanted to bring the surviving children to Eretz Israel, though this was not easy as the British Mandate was ruling in Eretz Israel and restricted immigration.
Su-27 fighter jets will be based there,” Bondarev told reporters.Educational courses in Baranavichy are a great opportunity to gain new knowledge and experience. Private educational institution “Center of training, professional development and retraining of workers “Art of creation” working under the trademark “Educational center “Leader” offers a wide range of choice of courses in Baranovichi.Baranovichi State University (Bar SU) offers courses and programs leading to officially recognized higher education degrees such as pre-bachelor degrees (i.e.
certificates, diplomas, associate or foundation degrees), bachelor degrees, master degrees, doctorate degrees in several areas of study.The Belarussian Ministry of Defense declined to comment on Bondarev's remarks, saying that it wouldn't "comment on media reports until reaching an intergovernmental agreement about the placement of the Russian air base on Belarussian territory." Curiously, the strongly pro-Kremlin newspaper Moskovskiy Komsomolets devoted more than half of its story on Bondarev's announcement to recalling a 2007 incident when Lukashenko said that Babruysk had been a "pigsty" before World War II because it was mainly Jewish and Jews don't take care of the places where they live.