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31 August 2022, 12:39

Belarus prime minister awards law enforcement personnel

MINSK, 31 August (BelTA) – Prime Minister of Belarus Roman Golovchenko presented state awards to personnel of the Internal Affairs Ministry on 31 August, BelTA has learned.

Roman Golovchenko said: “The country has worthily evaluated your courage, endurance, professionalism, perseverance, and the ability to carry out most important combat missions. You have made a great contribution to national security, protection of the constitutional system, protection of public order, rights and legal interests of Belarusian citizens.”

In his words, personnel of law enforcement agencies, branches of the Belarusian Internal Affairs Ministry, who are awarded today, includes people of different military professions and different ranks but all of them are united by the personal involvement, tenacity, and readiness to defend the Motherland in dire times.

“You have knowingly chosen your path, can endure high psychological and physical stress, do not yield in the face of hardships, can stay true to your oaths, and can sturdily serve interests of our Motherland. I am convinced that you serve a fine example for the units you belong to. Your colleagues, younger personnel will look up to you and will be ready to demonstrate the best human and professional qualities if need be,” the head of government stressed.

“On behalf of the Belarusian government I congratulate you on this solemn and important day. I am confident this ceremony will become another motivation, a stimulus for continuing the honest and selfless labor in the interests of our country and our citizens. And certainly I thank all the law enforcement personnel represented by you for the service you honorably discharge,” Roman Golovchenko said.

The prime minister wished happiness, prosperity, and future success in the honorable service for the Fatherland to the awardees.

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