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Belarus, Russia's Sverdlovsk Oblast urged to step up industrial cooperation
21 October, 11:13
We have been working in the Ural region for a long time and successfully, Belarus President Aleksandr Lukashenko said as he met with Governor of Russia's Sverdlovsk Oblast Yevgeny Kuivashev in Minsk.
Lukashenko to pay official visit to Kazakhstan on 24-25 October
21 October, 09:18
The Belarusian head of state is expected to hold talks with Kazakhstan President Kassym-Jomart Tokayev in Nur-Sultan. The two leaders are set to discuss interstate relations with the focus on the expansion of trade and economic cooperation.
Lukashenko reveals what it takes to make tough administrative decisions
18 October, 16:32
“I am a systematic person. I want everything to be in good order and so on,” the head of state noted. “Sometimes you have to punish or fire someone, then you start thinking about it again and again. It is so difficult. It definitely leaves a mark. It leaves a scar on you heart. I am a sensitive person.”
Lukashenko unveils his schedule
18 October, 15:41
I am an absolutely busy person. This is a fact. Indeed, my life is shaped by my schedule. One of the reasons why I cannot be absent is because in line with the constitution we do not have a vice-president, Aleksandr Lukashenko said.
Aleksandr Lukashenko visits the Academy of Public Administration
Lukashenko wants Belarus to remain free, independent
18 October, 15:41
“I would never want to see our country oppressed ever again in our history. I want Belarusians to rule the country and shape its future. This is the main thing we need to preserve. We will buy everything else," the Belarusian leader said.
Belarus president talks about career prospects after presidency
18 October, 15:40
Aleksandr Lukashenko said: “When I am no longer the president, I could be a rector in some university… But I cannot appoint myself rector before retiring. But working as a professor is something I can embrace.”
Lukashenko takes pride in Belarusian youth
18 October, 15:33
According to the head of state, young people are able to rely on their own resources, try their best to get good education and jobs.
Lukashenko: Belarus was lucky to gain independence by peaceful means
18 October, 14:58
“We were lucky to keep our country stable by peaceful means after the collapse of the USSR. We created our own state in a calm and peaceful manner. This is a unique case. But we were tested as well. Fortunately, not by war. But those sanctions were bad. An economic war was waged against us,” the president said.
Lukashenko: Belarus has never sought to join EU
18 October, 14:08
The head of state stressed that such was his answer to the question of one of the representatives of the West: “Neither I nor my government have had such a goal.”
Lukashenko: I would not have become president without parliamentary experience
18 October, 13:58
The head of state expressed an opinion that the parliament should include representatives of various professions and ages, including young people.
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