Alexander Lukashenko at award ceremony: “Good job, it’s priceless contribution”

Alexander Lukashenko at award ceremony: “Good job, it’s priceless contribution”

On September 8, the President handed out state awards in the Palace of Independence. About 40 people from different spheres and regions gathered in the Palace of Independence. The award ceremony was held in a very warm atmosphere.

Alexander Lukashenko, President of Belarus:
Today, we are meeting on the occasion of a very important event for you. It’s also the reason to remember that peace, well-being and confidence in the future are the most important values for Belarusians. Today, we reward those who protect the borders of our country, protect the health of people, and make a significant contribution to the economic security of the state.

There were a lot of doctors among the awardees, especially in the field of oncology. Belarusian doctors are famous even outside the country.

In addition, the President promised to give awards to people who created a new field in Belarus, the rocket engineering.

Alexander Lukashenko, President of Belarus:
The manufacturing sector in this hall is represented by the managers and employees of a number of promising enterprises. A distinctive feature of these organizations was the implementation of their own inventions into the development of new industries. Since the Soviet time, the achievements of Belarusian engineers were known and recognized throughout the world. It is nice to see that the traditions of our outstanding scientists continue thanks to new generations.

However, some of the inventions of Belarusian engineers are still kept in secret.

Alexander Lukashenko, President of Belarus:
We are not advertising them. However, they did a good job, it’s a priceless contribution. It’s a history, if you want. It will stay forever. Because we are men, and our main goal is to protect our country. We don’t need anything additional. We want our children to live on our piece of land, a relatively small one. We want them to live in a secure country that we are living at the moment.