Belarusian-Vietnamese cooperation was discussed today at the Palace of Independence. The countries are connected by strong friendship since the Soviet years.
The production, import and circulation of cigarettes and other tobacco products in Belarus is under the strictest control.
Alexander Lukashenko discussed the best ways of management with head of the President Administration Igor Sergeenko and speaker of the Council of the Republic Natalia Kochanova.
The President of Belarus discussed further work on the integration agenda with the Prime Minister of Russia today. Alexander Lukashenko and Dmitry Medvedev over the telephone exchanged views on the results of the Belarusian-Russian talks held on December 7 in Sochi on the development of trade and economic cooperation and the resolution of problematic issues in this area.
Alexander Lukashenko and Vladimir Putin discussed the prospects of the Union State in Sochi. The issues of integration were discussed on the eve of the 25th anniversary of the foundation of the Union State.
There were attempts to declare the Polesie Republic, to terrorize the parliament as bandits on the roads, to blackmail people by not paying pensions and shortages on the shelves.
The President Administration is now headed by former deputy chairman of the KGB of Belarus. Alexander Lukashenko frankly said why he chose the security official as the head of his political headquarters.
The Belarusian help and support in 1999 is still remembered by the Serbians and their current president Alexander Vucic. Belarus and Serbia managed to build trusting relations, though the opposition attempted to undermine them.
The deputies and senators of 2 convocations gathered there at once. The President thanked the outgoing composition and awarded the best for active civic activities and contribution to the development of parliamentarism.
Igor Sergeenko became the head of the President Administration. He worked as the First Deputy Chairman of the KGB of Belarus with a rank of major general, prior to his appointment.
The key to successful development of the country is political stability and the coordinated work of all government branches.
The Head of the State made personnel decisions. Igor Sergeyenko became the new head of the President Administration. He worked as the first deputy chairman of the KGB of Belarus with a rank of major general.
Continuity of power, consolidation of the results of the last parliamentary company and a new beautiful tradition of sovereign Belarus will be highlighted.
The development of Minsk Region, personnel issues, solutions to people's problems were identified by the President. Salaries, jobs, uniform development, business work.
The Head of the State outlined the most pressing issues to be resolved in the near future by Minsk Region. Alexander Lukashenko drew attention to the fact that the Minsk metropolitan area should be the leader in socio-economic development.
The Presidents discussed bilateral partnerships in face-to-face format. Particular attention was paid to economic cooperation.
The peculiarity of bilateral relations is that "the countries never set preconditions for each other." Partnership rests solely on friendship and trust.
Alexander Lukashenko stated that today after negotiations with his colleague Alexander Vucic. Minsk is ready to continue to provide Belgrade with the necessary assistance at various international venues, according to the Belarusian leader.
Today is the second day of negotiations between Belgrade and Minsk. The parties are confident that the bilateral trade turnover can be increased.
Everything will take place according to the protocol: the meeting ceremony of Alexander Lukashenko at the Palace of Serbia begins with the anthems of two countries accompanied by an honor guard.
Alexander Lukashenko arrived in this country on an official visit the day before. The Presidents of Belarus and Serbia will discuss the development of political dialogue and economic cooperation between the countries at the meeting.
Alexander Lukashenko was met personally by his counterpart, President of Serbia Alexander Vucic. The program of the visit began with a symbolic moment.
The talks will be held between the President of Belarus and his colleague, Alexander Vucic in Belgrade. The Heads of the States will discuss the development of political dialogue and economic interaction.
The Belarusian President will leave for an official visit to Serbia, where he will meet President Alexander Vucic. The parties will discuss political and economic interaction, regional and international agenda, raising trade turnover, joint investment projects.