On October 31, 2018 within the framework of cooperation between the Republic of Belarus and the Republic of Moldova, the IRT center was visited by a delegation of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Moldova, headed by its Minister. The guests got acquainted with the educational and related services of the IRT center, as well as its educational and material base and international activities. Leaving an entry in the Book of Honored Guests the Moldovan Minister expressed intentions to continue training rescuers from Moldova at the IRT center.
On August 28, 2018, the delegation of four representatives of LLP "Semser Ort Sondirushi" of the Republic of Kazakhstan visited the International Rescuers Training Centre. The main representatives of the delegation: General Director of LLP "Semser Ort Sondirushi" Orazbaev Alisher Rakhimzhanovich and his deputy - Alzhanov Baurzhan Alsipovich. The guests got acquainted with the educational opportunities and the educational and material base of the branch IRPD; participated as observers in the demonstration of the work of hydraulic rescue tool HOLMATRO; discussed prospects for further cooperation for training specialists.
Armed Forces of Armenia visited the IRT centre on July 19, 2018. The foreign guests got acquainted with the training opportunities of the centre. The polygon got great views of the colleagues.
On 26 July, 2018 within the framework of VII International School for Emergency Response Training of the Belarusian Red Cross Society the iRT centre hosted Secretary General and Adviser to the Presidentof the Red Crescent Society of the Islamic Republic of Iran Mahmood Mohammadi Nasab and Mehdi Karami. Iranian representatives were shown all the training facilities. First Iranian Red Crescent Society representatives passed training at the Centre in 2009. In future it is planned to continue cooperation.
On July 19, 2018 the IRT centre hosted the delegation from Turkmenistan Ministry of Defense. In the previous years 38 specialists from the Ministry passed training at the IRT centre. Hopefully the cooperation will continue.