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Lukashenko critically assessed the pace of work in the construction industry KXan 36 Daily News

Date: January 29, 2023 Time: 04:44:12

Together with the Minister of Architecture and Construction Ruslan Parkhamovich, Deputy Prime Minister Anatoly Sivak and Deputy Head of the Presidential Administration Maxim Yermolovich were invited to the Independence Palace, BelTA reports.

Initiating a conversation on problematic issues related to the construction industry, the head of state made it clear that “nobody needs a forum for conversation.” In the first place, the president was interested in the issue of simplifying the construction process, as was done for private construction, he specified.

In this regard, the President recalled that the requirements for the construction of private homes in the republic were significantly simplified. And it was positively received by potential customers. “Those who build are thinking people. They will decide how to build. If they have to, they will ask us for advice and help,” Lukashenka said.

As for the rest of the house, he clarified, an agreement was also reached with industry leaders that all problems would be resolved within a year. “I would like to hear today: did you do it or not,” Lukashenka posed the question point-blank.

Another subject, clarifies the dependency, which was submitted to discussion, was the results of the construction industry in the last year. “They don’t make us happy, frankly,” the Belarusian leader stressed, demanding that the problem of unfinished construction be resolved promptly.

“They are again starting to create long-term construction projects in the country,” he said, addressing those responsible. According to the president, their number has already reached 22 residential buildings, including 19 in Minsk. “This is a shame. We promised people that we would put residential buildings into operation on time. There are other unfinished facilities. There will be great demand for this,” Lukashenka reacted harshly. At the same time, he warned against repeating the situation that developed some time ago, when difficult decisions had to be made in order for the situation with long-term construction to go ahead.

As another important issue, the president outlined the development prospects for the construction industry, especially taking into account priority housing plans for the military, large families and other categories, news portals report.

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