Spokesperson for the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Belarus
"Belarus took over the presidency of the CEI in 2017. This is the first time in the history of independent Belarus that the country has become chair of a sub-regional European organization. Belarus has never presided over an organization outside the post-Soviet space.
Belarus joined the Central European Initiative in 1996.The CEI is a regional association comprising 18 member states: Austria, Albania, Belarus, Bulgaria, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Hungary, Italy, Macedonia, Moldova, Poland, Romania, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia, Ukraine, Croatia, Montenegro, and the Czech Republic.
The main goal of the Central European Initiative (CEI) is to strengthen pragmatic cooperation in Europe and to prevent the emergence of new dividing lines on the continent.Belarus chose connectivity in Greater Europe as the main theme of its presidency, which aligns well with the distinctive features of the CEI and the interests of all member countries.The CEI aims to facilitate the cooperation between the states of Central, Eastern and South-Eastern Europe in the areas of cross-border cooperation, energy, transport, science and technology, education, culture, small and medium business, agriculture, environmental protection, and other areas. In 2017 Belarus took over the CEI presidency from Bosnia and Herzegovina that presided in the organization in 2016."
FM transmitters and frequencies:
Brest - 96.4 MHz
Hrodna - 96.9 MHz
Svislach - 100.8 MHz
Heraniony - 99.9 MHz
Braslau - 106.6 MHz
Miadzel - 102.0 MHz
see satellite parameters here