Lukashenko urged to follow the example of Soviet times


www.vsyako.netAlexander Lukashenkoon: press service of the presidential administration of the Republic of Belarus

President of Belarus Alexander Lukashenko urged to take an example from the Soviet era when planning for economic development. His words are quoted by BelTA.

Lukashenko recalled that when the Soviet Union clearly formed a plan for the next five years, where was painted the objects which are to be commissioned. He urged Belarusian officials to determine plans for the next five years.

The Belarusian leader also noted that the country does not need foreign investment for investments sake. “We’re not here to build businesses just to employ people. I will never agree to someone to give money, and he thinks to build. We need to build what you need”, he said.

Earlier, Lukashenko urged not to fear the growth of prices for hydrocarbons. “Thank God, and enough oil in the world — do not want to take. And the prices are reasonable. And natural gas enough already, there is a fight for the premium European and our market between the major players,” he said.

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