TOLOCHIN DISTRICT, 11 November (BelTA) – Belarusian President Aleksandr Lukashenko paid an unscheduled visit to a private construction company in Kokhanovo, Tolochin District on 11 November, BelTA has learned.
The company plans to build wooden houses and also construct a pellet plant to efficiently use waste from the main production.
The project is promising, and therefore drew the head of state's special interest. The company was mentioned during Aleksandr Lukashenko's visit to the enterprise of Amkodor Holding Company, which is located nearby.
However, unlike the machine-building enterprise, where modernization was carried out and production of promising equipment for land reclamation was launched, the implementation of this project is just at the very beginning. There are production premises where equipment will be installed and production will be set up. Everything has been planned. The project however needs a relatively small financial support.
Aleksandr Lukashenko promised to look into the matter and find opportunities to support the business initiative. “It is great that you have taken the premises and setting up production here. We will help you,” Aleksandr Lukashenko said to the head of the enterprise.
As BelTA informed earlier, Aleksandr Lukashenko highlighted the importance of the project, including in terms of export. With relatively small investments, it can yield a good return. It uses local raw materials and labor resources and helps realize regional development goals.
The woodworking company plans to build wooden house according to a modem technology up to 8 stories high.
"If you see the demand in the market, then it should be done instantly. If we need this project, we will support it. Houses need to be built,” the head of state emphasized. “If this is a good project, then it is necessary to invest in it. Moreover, these are jobs, raw materials that we cannot always process."