KRUPKI DISTRICT, 2 September (BelTA) – Belarusian President Aleksandr Lukashenko continues his trips around Belarusian regions with the focus on agricultural production and agro-industrial complex. This time he is visiting Krupki District in Minsk Oblast, BelTA has learned.
The facilities, which are set to make part of the president's tour, are administered by the agricultural company Agrokombinat Dzerzhinsky. The head of state will be briefed on the progress of field work in the country and the region.
The trip will also focus on the state and prospects to develop the Minsk Oblast agro-industrial complex, including integration structures. The head of state is expected to visit the meat processing plant.
During his recent working trip to Grodno Oblast, Aleksandr Lukashenko emphasized the importance of supplying grain and fodder to large farms that do not have enough land of their own. In order not to buy grain abroad, the practice of taking additional agricultural land in other regions proves efficient. This is what the Alexandriyskoye agricultural company did by taking abandoned land in other districts.