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30 April 2024, 11:36

Lukashenko calls to end land mismanagement

 KOSTYUKOVICHI, 30 April (BelTA) – Belarusian President Aleksandr Lukashenko demanded to eradicate land mismanagement as he visited Subsidiary No.1 Tsemagro of the Belarusian Cement Plant in Kostyukovichi District to inspect the spring fieldwork on 30 April, BelTA has learned.   

According to Aleksandr Lukashenko, the country is actively engaged in land reclamation efforts. The president called upon the farms to get involved in the work, adding the need to interest and compensate the costs. “Think how we can do it,” the head of state said.

He also drew attention to the need to bring order to farmlands. The president had earlier given instructions to deal with old idle buildings of former farms. These facilities, as Aleksandr Lukashenko emphasized, should not be “monuments of mismanagement”, while the released lands should be used for agricultural needs. 



During the current trip, the president once again returned to the matter, instructing to pull down abandoned farms and other similar structures, and plow the lands. “The Emergencies Ministry and the military should be involved in the work,” Aleksandr Lukashenko said. “There is a lot of land mismanagement. We need to mobilize,” he said.
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