Alexander Yakobson appointed Aide to Belarus President – Chief Inspector for Minsk

    Belarus President Aleksandr Lukashenko appointed Alexander Yakobson Aide to the President – Chief Inspector for Minsk.

    Aleksandr Lukashenko emphasized that he decided to meet with Alexander Yakobson in stead of just signing a corresponding decree. “I do it deliberately because I do not want people to think that Yakobson has issues with the President or the state,” Aleksandr Lukashenko said.

    The President stressed that he does not want to lose such a specialist. “Knowledge and experience of such people are very important for the state,” the Belarusian leader remarked.

    Minsk has a huge municipal infrastructure, Aleksandr Lukashenko said. “You are familiar with these issues. You are a businessman. Minsk has a well-developed industry. You are an experienced person, what is very important for an inspector. Your experience is needed here,” the head of state.