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31 May 2024, 15:49

 PM: Orsha’s future rests on solid industrial foundation

ORSHA, 31 May (BelTA) - Orsha District has a good future underpinned by a solid industrial foundation, Belarusian Prime Minister Roman Golovchenko told the media as he summed up the results of his visit to Orsha District and assessed the progress in the district development program in 2023, BelTA has learned.

Assessing the development of enterprises in Orsha District, Roman Golovchenko stressed that the positive changes are obvious, because many people remember the state of industrial enterprises here in 2018-2019. They have gone a long and difficult path of searching for their way in order to ramp up the production, to increase revenue and, accordingly, wages. "Today I can say with confidence that all enterprises of Orsha District have found their way. This is reflected in annual revenue growth, annual wage growth. Now enterprises are already competing with each other for labor resources," he stressed.



The Presidium of the Council of Ministers gathered for an onsite meeting in the Orsha District Executive Committee to review the results of a set of measures to implement the Orsha District development program until 2023. "If we set the figures aside, which we will review during the meeting of the Presidium, and look at the real situation, then we see that Orsha enterprises have good prospects for ten years at least,” Roman Golovchenko noted. "Moreover, every enterprise has an idea of what it will do until 2030, has plans for modernization and upgrade, plans for new goods. This is the minimum that any executive should have in his portfolio."





The prime minister once again stressed that just seven years ago the situation in the district was completely different. The positive changes are the main result of the Orsha District development program. "I am sure that the future of Orsha District rests on a solid industrial foundation," he said.
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