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31 Aug 2018

Belarusian Finance Ministry to focus on next year’s state budget, Tax Code, foreign debt

MINSK, 31 August (BelTA) – Prime Minister of Belarus Sergei Rumas outlined the Finance Ministry’s tasks as he introduced the new finance minister Maksim Yermolovich to the staff on 31 August, BelTA has learned.

Sergei Rumas said that the new minister knows the tasks the Belarusian Finance Ministry faces today. “First of all, those are work on the approved state budget draft for the year 2019 and the polishing of the Tax Code. There are also a number of medium-term tasks, which are not easy. They include foreign debt, social commitments of the state, which the state budget must honor above all else, and a number of other tasks,” said the prime minister.

The prime minister thanked the outgoing finance minister Vladimir Amarin for his work. “He is a highly qualified specialist. The head of state wants several options for Vladimir Amarin’s continued employment for the benefit of Belarus,” added Sergei Rumas.

Maksim Yermolovich is a graduate of the Polotsk State University and the Public Administration Academy under the President of the Republic of Belarus. He worked as a state tax inspector in Minsk in 1999. He occupied various posts in the State Tax Committee of Belarus (the Tax and Duties Ministry now) from July 1999 through 2002. He went to work in the Finance Ministry in 2002 and gradually rose through the ranks. He worked as a deputy finance minister in 2011-2014 and as the first deputy finance minister from 2014 up till now.

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