MINSK, 30 July (BelTA) – The main vectors and principles to guide the work of government agencies in the course of future development of the country include efforts to ensure security and order, stable creation. Belarus President Aleksandr Lukashenko made the statement as he met with government officials on 30 July to discuss urgent issues of the public and political situation, BelTA has learned.
Efforts to ensure security and order represent one of the vectors. The head of state drew attention to such aspects as stronger discipline, mobilization and composure, information security, personnel discipline, organization of territorial defense.
Aleksandr Lukashenko also spoke about work on the new Constitution. He described the suggested amendments to the Constitution as a concept of Belarus' future.
Aleksandr Lukashenko described doing no harm to the state as the key principle. The other principles include the encouragement of creative initiatives, the feedback principle, the reign of law, and mutual respect.
Stable creation is another vector. Aleksandr Lukashenko stressed that the key decisions made by the Belarusian People's Congress remain a priority regardless of external circumstances. “Whatever hardships the sanctions may create, for us it will be a reason to build up internal reserves, improve the government system, work with investors, and grow every day,” he stressed.
The president also drew attention to matters of regional development, food security, vaccination, and fight against the coronavirus pandemic.
Aleksandr Lukashenko also reminded that 2021 had been declared the Year of People's Unity in Belarus and the country will celebrate a new state holiday – People's Unity Day – on 17 September 2021 for the first time.