Anyone who would like to try and represent one of Junior Eurovision's most successful countries, Belarus, has until 15 June to get their applications in to broadcaster BTRC. After entries have been received, a professional jury will listen to the songs and decide which ones will take part in the televised national selection. In total, between seven and 10 songs will be shortlisted for the live show, which will take place no later than 15 September. Television viewers and a jury will then select the entry that will represent Belarus in Junior Eurovision 2015.
For full rules, and details of how to apply, please visit BTRC's website by clicking: here. Entries need to be submitted to BTRC in Minsk by registered post.
Belarus was represented by Nadezhda Misyakova in Malta in 2014, with her song "Sokal" finishing seventh out of 16 countries. The country has previously won Junior Eurovision in both 2005 and 2007, and hosted the event in Minsk in 2010.