Belarus President makes new appointments
Belarus President Aleksandr Lukashenko made new appointments on 15 January.
The head of state appointed:
Aleksei Avramenko transport and communications minister;
Valentin Tataritsky chairman of the State Standardization Committee;
Ivan Lavrinovich aide to the president of Belarus – inspector for Grodno Oblast;
Valery Baranovsky Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of Belarus to Lithuania;
Igor Fisenko Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of Belarus to France, Belarus’ permanent representative in UNESCO (with concurrent accreditation).
The president also approved the appointment of:
Alexander Dorokhovich as the deputy chairman of the Minsk City Hall;
Artem Tsuran as the deputy chairman of the Minsk City Hall;
Gennady Borisyuk as the deputy chairman of the Brest Oblast Executive Committee;
Valentin Miloshevsky as the head of the Leninsky District Administration of Brest;
Pavel Silivonchik as the chairman of the Vetka District Executive Committee;
Ruslan Smirnov as the chairman of the Narovlya District Executive Committee;
Vitaly Sushko as the chairman of the Rogachev District Executive Committee;
Oleg Begunets as the chairman of the Vileika District Executive Committee;
Alexander Lomsky as the chairman of the Nesvizh District Executive Committee;
Anatoly Lodyga as the chairman of the Kletsk District Executive Committee;
Viktor Koleda as the chairman of the Pukhovichi District Executive Committee;
Dmitry Zablotsky as the chairman of the Zhodino Town Hall;
Mikhail Lustenkov as the rector of the Belarusian-Russian University;
Yelena Perminova as the deputy economy minister;
Ruslan Shkodin as a member of the Vitebsk Oblast Executive Committee.