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06 December 2022, 19:57

Government programs to adapt to development needs of Belarus' regions

Photo courtesy of the Economy Ministry
Photo courtesy of the Economy Ministry

MINSK, 6 December (BelTA) – Government programs may be adjusted and expanded to match tasks of development of the regions. Belarusian Deputy Economy Minister Tatiana Brantsevich mentioned it during a session of the interagency commission on government programs, the Economy Ministry press service told BelTA.

Participants of the session discussed proposals on adjusting the government programs “Physical education and sport”, “Hospitable Belarus”, “Digital development of Belarus”, and “Transport complex”. Tatiana Brantsevich reiterated the unwavering stance of the Economy Ministry and the interagency commission – adjustments need very serious justification.

The official noted: “During the development stage indicators of government programs and their steps were tied to parameters of the year 2025 program. Respectively a formal approach to their realization is inadmissible. We must not deviate from tasks of the five-year plan. Pinpoint adjustments are possible if resulting achievements exceed plans, if promising projects get implemented, if living standards get better. But changes to match actual results will not be authorized.”

The commission approved a proposal on expanding the government program “Hospitable Belarus” with a subprogram on the development of tourism and the improvement of tourism infrastructure in Poozerye, Vitebsk Oblast in 2023-2025. The subprogram will utilize tourism's investment potential in the region and provides for measures and steps meant to improve infrastructure, improve material and technical resources of tourism objects, and supply them with qualified personnel.

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