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13 March 2024, 19:30

Prime minister: Belarusians should not experience shortages of goods anywhere

Roman Golovchenko. An archive photo
Roman Golovchenko. An archive photo
MINSK, 13 March (BelTA) – Belarusians should not experience shortages of goods in any population centers. Prime Minister of Belarus Roman Golovchenko made the statement as he heard out a report from Chairwoman of the Board of the Belarusian National Union of Consumer Societies (Belkoopsoyuz) Inessa Korotkevich on 13 March, BelTA has learned.

Roman Golovchenko said: “Our meeting today has been prompted primarily by the situation that had evolved in the consumer cooperatives system. The president of the country is dissatisfied with Belkoopsoyuz’s performance. As the new head of this important structure you have to organize the resolution of the most pressing problems.”

The prime minister pointed out which problems can be called systemic and which ones can be described as sufficiently critical.

“During the latest congress of Belkoopsoyuz members the president set clear tasks. A rather detailed protocol of instructions is available. It stipulates the most topical problems the system faces now. There is one requirement: the system needs to mobilize and start working. There is no time to take things slowly. It is necessary to promptly accomplish the tasks that have been set. The social function, services to the population represent an overriding priority. Under no circumstances can our citizens experience shortages of goods. Regardless of where they live,” the head of government underlined.

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