Lukashenko urges to ramp up construction works at Minsk City Technopark site
MINSK, 15 August (BelTA) – The construction works at the Minsk City Technopark site should be intensified, Belarusian President Aleksandr Lukashenko said as he visited the construction site of Minsk City Technopark on 15 August, BelTA has learned.
The president was briefed on the reconstruction of the site. The head of state demanded to speed up the works.
Minsk Mayor Vladimir Kukharev reported on the demolition of a number of unsuitable buildings and facilities, construction of new buildings and leasing them to a number of manufacturers, both public and private. The president made a tour around the site, asked about the state of affairs and progress, and gave a few instructions.
Aleksandr Lukashenko demanded to complete the foundations for the new premises before the end of the year. “We need to use advanced technologies in construction. We do not need half-meter brickwork, we need the most modern wall panels,” he said.
The head of state also warned against construction site theft. “It is inadmissible,” said Aleksandr Lukashenko.
He instructed to follow the same approaches to the work at other currently unused sites in Minsk.
“We need to do everything quickly,” the head of state said.
He also emphasized the importance of preserving the historical image of the building on Partizansky Avenue.