Aleksandr Lukashenko makes personnel decisions

    President of Belarus Aleksandr Lukashenko made new appointments on 10 June.

    The head of state appointed:

    Kirill Rudyi – Belarus President Aide;

    Dmitry Goborov - Belarus President Aide, chief inspector for Brest Oblast;

    Vladimir Domanevsky - Belarus President Aide, chief inspector for Grodno Oblast;

    Pavel Korshunovich – judge and chairman of the Minsk City Court;

    Vladimir Sulimov – First Deputy Chairman of the State Military Industrial Committee.

    The President approved the appointment of:

    Vasily Akulich as First Deputy Chairman of the Minsk Oblast Executive Committee;

    Miroslav Sarosek as Chairman of the Oshmyany District Executive Committee;

    Viktor Lavrinovich as head of the Leninsky district administration of Mogilev;

    Vadim Lagunovsky as head of the Brest Oblast department of the State Forensics Committee;

    Yuri Shchetko as head of the Vitebsk Oblast department of the State Forensics Committee;

    Vyacheslav Bliznets as head of the Gomel Oblast department of the State Forensics Committee;

    Piotr Vrublevsky as head of the Grodno Oblast department of the State Forensics Committee;

    Nikolai Plotnitsky as head of the Minsk Oblast department of the State Forensics Committee;

    Nikolai Kulinchik as head of the Mogilev Oblast department of the State Forensics Committee;

    Nikolai Taletsky as head of the Minsk city department of the State Forensics Committee;

    Oleg Balitsky as director of the topographic and geodetic company Belgeodesiya;

    Ruslan Sorokovoy as Director General of OAO Gomel PO Kristall – Management Company of Kristall Holding Company;

    Vyacheslav Yezersky as member of the Brest Oblast Executive Committee;

    Alexander Neverovsky as member of the Mogilev Oblast Executive Committee;

    Igor Purkalik as deputy head of the law enforcement department of the Union State Permanent Committee.

    When appointing new president aides, chief inspectors for regions, Aleksandr Lukashenko remarked that is essential to make the top-down command structure in the country more efficient and focus on the personnel issue.

    According to the head of state, he appointed the people who do not know much about Brest Oblast and Grodno Oblast chief inspectors for these regions to make sure they are not associated with the regional authorities. “Governors very well understand that the President Aide in the region, the personnel inspector is an assistant of the President in the region. No one will help you, you will rely on yourselves, study the situation in the regions and encourage certain specialists to submit proposals to the President,” Aleksandr Lukashenko said.

    As for the work of Kirill Rudyi who was appointed President Aide, he will be in charge of economic issues. Aleksandr Lukashenko said that Kirill Rudyi is no stranger in the economic sector, is familiar with the operation of the public and private sectors and has experience of working in the People’s Republic of China. The head of state emphasized that Belarus is interested in the processes which take place in China and in the development track record of the country.

    When appointing the new judge and chairman of the Minsk City Court, Aleksandr Lukashenko stressed that any interference with courts is inadmissible. The head of state added that there are no such problems in Belarus.

    Addressing the heads of local executive bodies, the President instructed them to enhance farming in the regions paying special attention to northern districts of Minsk Oblast.