One of the main issues on the agenda was the development of cooperation between Belarus and African countries. “We agreed that you will visit a number of countries with which we are trying to cooperate and maintain good relations.
“It is with great pain and sorrow that Belarus has learned the news about the tragic loss of 22 workers of UN organizations as a result of the passenger plane crash in Ethiopia. Of course, this is a big and irretrievable loss for the entire system of the United Nations Organization,” the message of condolences reads.
Stanislav Zas said: “It is purely our own product. We didn't borrow it from anyone. It is intended for broad domestic and foreign consumption and builds up on the national security concept. It is designed to streamline information security efforts, add concreteness and drive to achieve results."
“Efficient efforts of the state to ensure the information security are needed. It should rely on the rationally built legal foundation and uniform understanding of strategic goals and common tasks,” the president said.
“It is with deep pain and sorrow that people in the Republic of Belarus have learned the news about the numerous victims of the Ethiopian Airlines plane crash near Bishoftu,” the message of condolences reads.
Belarus President Alexander Lukashenko presented state awards to mothers and outstanding professionals from various walks of life, and also general straps to senior officers in a ceremony in the Palace of Independence in Minsk.
Alexander Lukashenko expressed gratitude to women for their active participation in all aspects of the society's life, for raising the young generation, the ability to keep peace and wellbeing in the family.