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08 October 2015, 13:32

Lukashenko: The country's prosperity relies on hard work and talents of Belarusians

Alexander Lukashenko
Alexander Lukashenko

MINSK, 8 October (BelTA) – With their labor and talent, enterprising spirit and mastery Belarusians make life better and ensure the well-being of the country. Belarus President Alexander Lukashenko made the statement during the state award ceremony on 8 October, BelTA has learned.

Among other people the Belarus President awarded Alexei Shkadarevich, Director of the R&D center LEMT of the Belarusian industrial group BelOMO. The company has been working successfully on foreign markets of high-tech products for over 20 years. Over 30 countries across the globe buy BelOMO products. The merchandise is also in demand on the domestic market of civilian and military products.

Valery Shevchenko, foreman at the civil engineering company OAO Promtechmontazh, was awarded the title Honored Builder of the Republic of Belarus. The company has taken part in important construction projects such as Minsk Arena, Chizhovka Arena, and the national skiing resort Silichi.

The Belarus President also said a word of praise about employees of the Vitebsk Oblast natural gas supplier Vitebskoblgaz. The company has finished gas infrastructure development in Vitebsk Oblast. Now it is busy assimilating state-of-the-art resource-saving solutions.

During the state award ceremony Belarusian agribusiness was represented by Lyudmila Gutnik, Director of OAO Nesvizhskiye Ostrovki. The agricultural enterprise has greatly increased the productivity of its animal husbandry and crop husbandry divisions in the last few years. Production profitability has been increased, resulting in higher salaries.

Teacher's Day was celebrated in Belarus several days ago. This is why it was no accident that teachers and professors of various education institutions were among the awardees.

Women, who were awarded Orders of Mother for raising five children or more, were lauded. The awardees also included healthcare and mass media professionals, a large group of athletes and art workers.

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