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11 Jun 2020

Belarus government told to be ready to promptly respond to possible challenges, risks

Belarus government told to be ready to promptly respond to possible challenges, risks
Igor Sergeyenko. An archive photo

MINSK, 11 June (BelTA) – The new composition of the government is supposed to be ready to promptly respond to possible challenges and risks. Head of the Belarus President Administration Igor Sergeyenko made the statement in the parliament on 11 June, BelTA has learned. Belarusian MPs discussed the matter of giving their approval to the appointment of Roman Golovchenko as the prime minister.

Igor Sergeyenko recalled the tasks set by the head of state for the new prime minister and the entire government. The government will have to shape the economic policy in conditions of the modern reality. “We have everything necessary to worthily overcome any negative consequences. The government should be ready to promptly respond to possible challenges and risks, make decisions in the interests of the people and the entire country, and, it is also important, bear responsibility for the decisions,” the head of the Belarus President Administration said.

Igor Sergeyenko said he was confident the new prime minister would do everything to enhance the country’s independence.

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