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Lukashenko: Stronger economy, higher pensions

President 24.11.2017 | 17:46
Alexander Lukashenko talking with local citizens
Alexander Lukashenko talking with local citizens

BUDA-KOSHELEVO, 24 November (BelTA) – Belarus President Alexander Lukashenko discussed the development of Buda-Koshelevo, the increase of pensions, and other pressing issues with citizens during his working trip to Gomel Oblast, BelTA has learned.

The program of the trip included visits to social facilities and meetings with locals. An off-schedule meeting took place when Alexander Lukashenko suddenly came up to the people who gathered on account of the president's visit to Buda-Koshelevo.

The head of state inquired about people's concerns. The visit to the district was largely dedicated to social development, healthcare services, and support for children in need.

Alexander Lukashenko was warmly greeted by local citizens. They expressed some wishes to make the town a more comfortable place. In particular, they drew attention to difficulties with crossing the railroad.

Alexander Lukashenko gave instructions to the district administration to look into these problems and adopt the necessary decisions taking into account the interests of people.

Speaking about the increase of pensions, Alexander Lukashenko said:”If we work harder and promote the economic growth, the pensions will be increasing too”.

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