MINSK, 10 June (BelTA) - The government and society will always keep in dialogue, the head of the Belarus President Administration Igor Sergeyenko told reporters on the sidelines of the national seminar-conference to discuss new methods and forms of public communication at the grassroots level in Minsk on 10 June, BelTA has learned.
"The government and society will always keep in dialogue. There is no opposing each other and, I am sure, there will not be. It's just that we all should double down our effort and perform better," Igor Sergeyenko said.
Life puts forward new tasks, new threats emerge, including in the media landscape, he continued. "A number of problems are long-standing. These are issues in housing and utility services, and roads which people have to deal every day. Almost all government bodies and the deputy corps are involved in the work to solve the problems of the population. The purpose of this seminar is to summarize the interim results of our work, including on the implementation of Directive No. 2 on de-bureaucratization, to exchange experience, to look into the results of the new practices: one-stop shop, reception of citizens, the work of mass media, the involvement of public and youth organizations, volunteer clubs," he said.
"Attentive, sensitive attitude to people should be at the heart of everything. There should be no rudeness and formalism," Igor Sergeyenko stated.