Investors who Left Belarus won't Be Back, Lukashenko

23.06.2011 15:54

President of Belarus Alexander Lukashenko demanded from the leadership of the Belarusian companies to refuse cooperating with the investors who gave up their activities in Belarus in current economic conditions. "Those who left the Belarusian market in a difficult moment, won't be back here, if only with my permission, otherwise I will view this as corruption. We'll back those who understand us," said the head of state.

Alexander Lukashenko insists on giving preference to domestic investors, if they do well, BelTA informs.

The head of state stressed that, there should be no red tape in matters of investment. «What are we afraid of? People are willing to invest. If today, as they say, we’re facing crisis, but I call it high demand, we have to act quickly,» said Alexander Lukashenko.

Lukashenko Ordered to Create National Dairy Company by Year’s End

During his working trip to Brest voblast, Alexander Lukashenko gave instructions to create a national dairy company to manufacture and process milk by the end of the year.

It is planned that such milk processing enterprises as Savushkin product, Berezauski Agricultural Complex, Kobrynski cheese and butter plant and Luninetski milk plant and others will constitute the basis for the future dairy company. The total volume of milk processing reached the one million tons at these plants last year.