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21 Oct 2020

Lukashenko holds meeting on topical issues

Lukashenko holds meeting on topical issues

MINSK, 21 October (BelTA) – Belarus President Aleksandr Lukashenko is holding a meeting on topical issues on 21 October, BelTA informs.

The meeting is attended by high-ranking representatives of the government, the National Assembly, the Supreme Court, the Belarus President Administration, Belarusian regions and Minsk, law enforcement agencies, the Healthcare Ministry.

According to the head of state, the agenda of the meeting includes three question pools: the economy and finance, political matters, public security.

“We are having a traditional meeting on topical issues today. We must discuss three questions pools. The prime minister and other participants, if they want, will reports on the economy and finance. The head of the Belarus President Administration and other participants, who are willing to share their opinions on this and other aspects, will speak about the political dimension. The third group of questions pertains to public security. Representatives of all law enforcement agencies, starting with [State Secretary of the Security Council Valery] Vakulchik, are attending, and they can speak too,” Aleksandr Lukashenko said.

In his words, unrelated topics can be discussed as well. “As far as I understand, the government discussed development prospects and the 2021 budget yesterday. It means that we will meet once again, probably, in November, after the November holidays, to discuss the 2021 prospects in more detail. I assume that in December we will return to issues concerning the preparations for the All-Belarus People's Congress where we will outline Belarus' development priorities in 2021-2025. Besides, we will discuss global aspects of Belarus' development there,” the president said.

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