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05 January 2024, 11:42

Lukashenko: Belarus is getting pressure from all sides

MINSK, 5 January (BelTA) – Belarus is getting pressured from all sides, this is why it is necessary to step up the game. Belarus President Aleksandr Lukashenko made the relevant statement during a government conference held to discuss the main lines of work meant to improve quality in 2024 and the quality mark of the Republic of Belarus, BelTA has learned.

The government conference gathered a broad range of participants. There are two items on the agenda. The government has prepared a national action plan on arranging the Year of Quality.

The president said: “There will be no mediocre projects for the sake of appearances this year. And not only this year. We are in a situation where we have to step up our game by a level or possibly two. First, we are getting pressure from all sides. Things will not be easier. It is an objective situation. Second, we cannot stop. If we stop, rot will set it just the way it happened many times in the course of the history of our state. And not only our state. This is why there must be no run-of-the-mill projects for the sake of appearances.”

 The head of state stressed that all the planned measures have to produce concrete results. “The plan has to reflect the main idea of the forthcoming year. The idea contains an entire range of lines of work starting with careful treatment of resources and ending with personal responsibility for results of our work,” Aleksandr Lukashenko pointed out.

 The second item on the agenda of the conference is the establishment of the state quality mark. The decision will rely on experience and traditions. “I think that today we will be able to discuss variants of the image, the concept for awarding the mark and the procedure for confirming compliance with the mark on the part of producers of goods and services,” the president added.

Aleksandr Lukashenko once again stressed that there should be no formalism in the organization of the Year of Quality. “People have to see that it is the Year of Quality. And our strictest requirement for the quality of people’s lives, for our own selves is that it should be obvious that the Year of Quality is in progress in the country. And when it ends, people have to be able to see its results,” the head of state concluded.
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