Lukashenko appointed a new Prime Minister of Belarus

the New Prime Minister of Belarus became the Roman Golovchenko. He previously served as Chairman of the State military-industrial Committee, BelTA reports.

Prime Minister of Belarus appointed head of goskomvoenproma novel Головченко

— The Insider (@the_ins_ru) June 4, 2020 Golovchenko was born in 1973, graduated from the Moscow state Institute of international relations of the MFA of Russia, worked in the security Council, the Prosecutor General, the presidential administration of Belarus, and in 2018, he was the head of goskomvoenproma. On this post now it will replace Dmitry Pantus.

First Deputy Prime Minister appointed Nikolai Snopkov, who earlier held the post of Ambassador to China. The Deputy Prime Minister of Belarus received the Alexander Subbotin.

we Remind that Lukashenka has sent the government in resignation on June 3 and announced plans to form a new government of the Republic before the presidential elections on August 9.

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