14:13 PresidentLukashenko opines on role of science in Belarus' development Science and scientists should play a much bigger role in the country's development, Belarusian President Aleksandr Lukashenko said as he delivered his annual Address to the Belarusian people and the National Assembly on 31 March, BelTA has learned.
14:09 PresidentLukashenko: My children will not be presidents “Any talk about heredity and succession must be stopped. My children will not be presidents,” the head of state said.
14:06 PresidentOblast governors, central government urged to keep Belarusian agriculture operating smoothly “Meanwhile, we know what untapped reserves many agricultural enterprises have. If we enforce the strictest order, if we observe production discipline, then the results will be way higher. The world's population is growing. More and more countries are experiencing hunger,” he said.
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13:58 PresidentToughness of Belarusians in face of Western sanctions emphasized Aleksandr Lukashenko said that the foundation of the state policy in Belarus is a people-oriented economy, which is supported by the people. This is why it became the key target of the West.
13:55 PresidentLukashenko calls for objective assessment of historical truth The historical truth should be approached objectively, Belarusian President Aleksandr Lukashenko said as he delivered his annual Address to the Belarusian people and the National Assembly on 31 March.
13:41 PresidentLukashenko wants pro-active leaders with fresh perspective Belarus needs leaders who can think outside the box and push entire industries forward, Belarusian President Aleksandr Lukashenko said as he delivered his annual Address to the Belarusian people and the National Assembly on 31 March, BelTA has learned.
13:33 PresidentLukashenko comments on Ukraine's counter-offensive plans According to the president, such actions will make peace talks impossible at this stage and it is important to begin them as soon as possible.
13:27 PresidentLukashenko: Russian means Russia's and Belarus' The president stressed that Belarusian statehood originally evolved on the basis of traditions of the rule of the people.
13:15 PresidentLukashenko calls for truce in Ukraine The president is convinced that negotiations should start right now: “We should stop now, before escalation begins.”
13:09 PresidentBelarusian economy identified as West's key target Economy is a condition for Belarus' sovereignty and independence. Aleksandr Lukashenko said: “I could say it simpler. I've been talking a lot about it and assigning tasks. One can say it in concentrated terms: give me economy and I will do the rest without you."
12:51 PresidentLukashenko explains Belarus' hardline stance on historical truth Aleksandr Lukashenko noted that historical truth and national traditions represent some of the conditions of sovereignty and independence. “We, Belarusians are a nation with a rich millennia-old history. Ages of prosperity and slump of many states that used to be in our lands are intertwined in it.
12:32 PresidentPeople's unity identified as key condition for genuine sovereignty of Belarusian state Speaking about the key conditions that ensure real sovereignty of the state and about what else everyone should do together in order to stop anyone but friends from entering the country, the president stressed that people's unity is one of the most important conditions of sovereignty and independence.
12:29 PresidentLukashenko: Ideological bombs were planted in all former Soviet nations “You have heard all these clichéd slogans more than once. Such ideological bombs were planted in all the former Soviet republics. And now we see them detonate. First, a country is exposed to a soft cultural expansion, soft power, and then it finds itself under the boot of a foreign mercenary,” said the president.
12:28 PresidentLukashenko: Misfortune comes to those who let it in "While the people are distracted by the struggle with themselves, by denying the past, traditions, by falling for ethnic issues and all kinds of liberalistic projects, lands, resources, national values are taken over by foreign corporations and financial institutions,” Aleksandr Lukashenko said.