“I hope for a better use of the opportunities to develop political interstate contacts, intensify trade, economic and other ties for the benefit of the peoples of Belarus and Austria,” the message of greetings reads.
"People, who can work, who have no disabilities, whose capabilities are not limited, should work, earn his or her living and provide for their families in addition to benefiting the country by paying taxes,” said Alexander Lukashenko.
“We reached a record high trade of $115 million in 2015. This year, however, we are witnessing a considerable decline. In order to rectify the situation we need to find reserves to step up our mutual trade,” Alexander Lukashenko said.
The decree prohibits using Olympic and Paralympic symbols to mark legal persons, objects, merchandise, workers and services except when the right to do so has been granted by international or national Olympic and Paralympic committees.
“The Republic of Belarus pays much attention to the development of all-round relations with your country. I am convinced that together we will fully utilize the existing potential of Belarus-Thailand interaction,” the message of greetings reads.
Orders and honorary titles were conferred on 36 people in recognition of the many-year productive work, exemplary fulfillment of service duties, attainment of high results in the manufacturing sector, agriculture and the forestry industry, a big personal contribution to the enhancement of international relations, scientific research, healthcare, art, culture, and sport.