"The world has been set in motion", which means the collapse of empires, the division into colonies, and tens of millions of lost lives.
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The feat of our heroes was recalled this week in Moscow. The Victory Parade was held. The pandemic made adjustments, so it was finally decided to postpone the May 9 celebration in Russia until June 24.
Global issues, as well as the socio-economic development of the region were discussed. The prospects of Minsk Region were highlighted in Soligorsk.
The common victory made different nations related, including in the post-Soviet space. The efforts of Belarus and Russia to preserve memory are often called the basis of Slavic unity.
Each patient with a diagnosis of coronavirus is taken into account by the international statistics. Their treatment is also under international control.
These days we remember with great pain the tragic date that left unhealed wounds in the history of the Belarusian people
After the commemorative events, the President was waited in Svetlogorsk. There is a significant event in the city today - it will be connected to the capital by trains! To be precise, the route is Svetlogorsk - Zhlobin - Minsk.
During the report to the Head of State, Chairman of the Investigation Committee Ivan Noskevich said that the crime rate in Belarus had dropped to record-breaking 13.
Rental housing has already become an option for many Belarusians. It allows public sector employees to live in a full-fledged apartment, but not for $300 per month and have a contract for five years.
The election campaign is not a reason to shake the country! The President spoke about the need to preserve stability, ensure law and order at the meeting, at which the issues of national security were discussed.
The President addresses the problems of the communal sector time and again. More than once Alexander Lukashenko has stressed: The housing and utilities sector should become a priority for the regions.
The development program of the southeast of Mogilev Region needs to be extended, said the President last August in Kostyukovichi while visiting the region.
In our country, the Minister of Industry is playing an important role, taking into account both the structure of the economy and the newly voiced proposals for large-scale privatization.
This week was remembered by the resumption of international visits at the highest level. It is noteworthy that such a meeting took place in the Belarusian capital which remained open under the European quarantine.
Health care, protection of citizens' rights and inviolability of borders, economics, non-interference of external forces in domestic politics, plus a sovereign information space are the components of state security, stones in the foundation of our sovereignty.
A big conversation between Alexander Lukashenko and representatives of Mogilev Region took place last week. The end of the week is traditionally the time for regional trips of the President.
The permanent monitoring by the State of the treatment of coronavirus patients and patients with other diseases is organized in Belarus.
The pandemic has affected a number of sectors, including the service sector. It is necessary to provide targeted help and create conditions for the development and adaptation to new realities.
18,514 patients with previously confirmed diagnosis of COVID-19 recover and discharged from hospitals in Belarus, as of May 31, There are 42,556 people registered with a positive virus test.
The pandemic, closed borders, global quarantine - all this has affected the economic ties in our country. Business and industry had to make urgent changes in their work.
There are many issues that require serious monitoring this year. We have a pandemic, which in fact forces us to be more careful and cautious about each other for six months, and the world economic situation.
The President has come to congratulate the employees (the plant has turned 74), to evaluate the new line of equipment (with which we will enter the markets after the global lockdown) and the modernization program for 10 years ahead.
Prices are a topic that concerns every Belarusian. We all go to the stores. A permanent monitoring of the cost of the consumer basket and, if necessary, its regulation is a strict requirement of Alexander Lukashenko.