“Our task is to think over all amendments. I do not mean that it is impossible to revise certain legislative norms: ordinances, presidential decrees, and laws can be amended because life does not stand still and everything changes. But I would like to know why we need to revise this document,” Alexander Lukashenko said.
“Today the Emergencies Ministry of Belarus is a strong and vigorously developing operational organization which can cope with a wide range of tasks and has a huge potential,” the message of greetings reads.
In the capital of Sudan, Alexander Lukashenko held talks with Sudan President Omar Hassan Ahmad al-Bashir. The parties agreed to step up cooperation between the two countries in a number of areas, including trade, industry, agriculture, and humanitarian affairs.
While talking to mass media after the negotiations Omar Hassan Ahmad al-Bashir stressed that Belarus is a good partner of Sudan. He thanked the Belarusian side for assistance with developing an entire number of avenues and economy branches.
“We have agreed that when working on the roadmap of our cooperation, our action plan, the ministers of the two countries will submit at least 3-5 proposals for the signing of contracts in the near future,” the President said.
In particular, Belarus can directly supply haul trucks, road construction machines, utility vehicles, loaders, various modifications of tractors, trucks, and buses, industrial equipment, electrical equipment, optics and electronics. Several export loan schemes are available.