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23 May 2018

Plans to give special status to Belarus’ Academy of Public Administration

Plans to give special status to Belarus’ Academy of Public Administration

MINSK, 23 May (BelTA) – The Academy of Public Administration under the aegis of the President of the Republic of Belarus may get a special status, Head of the Belarus President Administration Natalya Kochanova said introducing new rector Gennady Palchik to the staff of the academy on 23 May, BelTA has learned.

“The president has set forth a task to turn the academy into the country’s major university, a university of universities. We think that this educational institution should have a special status. We have already reported on this to the president and he agreed with us,” Natalya Kochanova said.

According to her, Alexander Lukashenko plans to visit the academy once in six months to meet with the academic staff and students. “We are planning to make it a regular activity,” Natalya Kochanova said.

In her words, the university is carefully monitored by all the government bodies and, first of all, by the head of state. The number one task for the academy is to train highly professional, responsible and ambitious management specialists.

“It is important to discover hopeful young people who, thanks to their personal characteristics and professional skills, will be able to take up high posts in our country. This is your primary task. We need to revise programs and take a look at who is working here. There should be on-the-job training, an exchange of opinions and experience with other countries so that people who work here would be regarded as the best teachers in the country,” Natalya Kochanova said.

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