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Utilities system is improving to serve people, All-Belarusian People's Congress delegates say

Delegates to the 5th All-Belarusian People's Assembly are coming to the capital on June 21 from all regions. Tomorrow they will gather for the people's council to discuss the results of the previous program of socio-economic development of Belarus and jointly develop a plan for the next five years. 2,500 delegates will take part in the event.

The Vitebsk region has sent 350 delegates to the forum. They all gathered in the early morning to get to Minsk on time. During the travel, they will spend time discussing and conversing about the upcoming event.

Marina Novitskaya, director of secondary school No.12 of Vitebsk, a delegate of the fifth All-Belarusian People's Assembly:
It's great that in the last five years we have returned to specialized education. This is the practice that we should continue; we need to introduce specialized education in grades 10-11. We need to pay attention to the pre-profile training of students from the 8th grade. I'd like to draw attention to the fact that in the last five years we have begun an experiment connected with the financing of educational institutions. I wish this project to find support in the next five years.

Lyudmila Spiridova, director of the Vitebsk special plant of civil service, a delegate of the fifth All-Belarusian People's Assembly:
Much is being done in the utilities sector and this is all for the sake of the people. We now have fewer complaints. People are happy. We hold direct Q&A sessions and I would like this to develop.

All-Belarusian People's Congress delegates