MINSK, 25 January (BelTA) - Belarus has put a reliable barrier to terrorists and extremists of all kinds, Chairman of the House of Representatives of the National Assembly of Belarus Vladimir Andreichenko said at a sitting of the ninth session of the House of Representatives of the seventh convocation on 25 January, BelTA has learned.
According to him, last year was quite productive in terms of lawmaking.
“It is fundamentally important that a reliable barrier has been put up against terrorists and extremists of all kinds. Changes to legislation to improve defense capabilities and to ensure law and order have been promptly adopted,” said Vladimir Andreichenko.
The speaker stressed that despite all attempts of the collective West to economically crush Belarus the taken measures enabled the country to keep civil peace, to support the national manufacturer, to increase the export volume and to secure jobs.
“This year we have to double down on our efforts to completely renew the legal framework as part the constitutional reform by early 2024 and organize the election campaign that will complete the large-scale process of planned transformations,” stressed Vladimir Andreichenko. “Close attention should be paid to the economic block of issues, especially the comprehensive correction of the Civil Code, the draft Code of Architectural, Urban Planning and Construction Activities, bills on investment and entrepreneurship, improving labor relations, social services, employment, and education. National security is a theme of particular importance. We have made very clear conclusions from what is going on around Belarus. They will form the basis of the new National Security Concept. MPs will have to do a lot of work to implement it.”