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10 Mar 2019

Ruslan Alekhno named Star Ambassador of 2nd European Games

Ruslan Alekhno named Star Ambassador of 2nd European Games

MINSK, 10 March (BelTA) – Belarusian singer Ruslan Alekhno has been named Star Ambassdor of the 2nd European Games 2019, BelTA has learned.

The singer received the certificate during his concert at the Minsk Concert Hall on 9 March.

Ruslan Alekhno is a Belarusian pop singer and composer, winner of the TV contest "People's Artist" in 2004, Belarus' 2008 Eurovision entry, winner of the 2015 One to One TV show, holder of the Order "For the Contribution to the Development of the Culture of Russia", and also the Medal of Francysk Skaryna.

The information project Star Ambassadors of the European Games 2019 aims to promote the upcoming multisport event in Belarus and abroad, attract attention to its ideas, drum up the interest of Belarusians and the international community, and popularize sports included in the European Games program.

The Star Ambassadors title is awarded to outstanding personalities in sport, art and culture of Belarus and foreign countries. The title has been awarded to Hero of Belarus Darya Domracheva, the four-time Olympic champion; Olympic canoe sprint champion of 2008, member of the House of Representatives of the National Assembly of Belarus Alexander Bogdanovich; track and field athlete, European marathon winner of 2018 Volha Mazuronak; three-time Olympic freestyle wrestling champion Alexander Medved; Russia’s famous circus animal tamers, People’s Artists Askold and Edgard Zapashnys; blogger and TV host Anna Bond; Belarus’ pianist and conductor Rostislav Krimer; UNICEF representative in Belarus Dr. Rashed Mustafa Sarwar, Ukrainian singer Ani Lorak, Miss Belarus 2018 Maria Vasilevich and honored master of sports, five-time Olympic medalist in fencing Alexander Romankov.

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