KOSTYUKOVICHI DISTRICT, 14 August (BelTA) – It is vital not to slow down the pace of harvesting and other farming works, Belarus President Alexander Lukashenko said as he visited Kostyukovichi District, Mogilev Oblast on 14 August, BelTA has learned.
“We need to work day and night. It is important to sow winter crops in time, with the application of the proper technologies,” the head of state said.
The president was updated that Mogilev Oblast needs just four or five weather permitting days to complete the harvest.
Aleksandr Lukashenko also emphasized the need to secure the appropriate storage conditions for maize, which is important for the cattle sector. “We need to monitor a possible shortage in cereals and supplement it with maize,” the head of state said.
The president was also briefed on the results of the social and economic development of Kostyukovichi District and Mogilev Oblast. The regional authorities are focusing on loss-making companies to level off their financial and economic state and secure the growth of people's income.More about President