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04 April 2024, 14:27

Lukashenko warns officials against telling lies

MINSK, 4 April (BelTA) – Belarusian President Aleksandr Lukashenko warned officials against papering over the cracks as he made personnel decisions on 4 April, BelTA has learned.

The head of state noted that sometimes some people may feel the urge to conceal the truth in order to dodge accountability. “Never do this in your life. Even if during my visit I didn’t notice that you deceived me or someone else, your poor performance will give you away. You are shooting yourself in the foot. Don’t do this. Better tell the truth, the way it is. Name objective reasons. We will deal with them,” the president said.

“Telling a lie is unacceptable, especially now. It will lead to wrong decisions by those who get this information. If you deceived me - I made the wrong decision. This will affect the entire country. This must not be allowed. And do not allow your subordinates to misrepresent facts,” the head of state noted.
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