17 January 2018, Wednesday, 5:48

Miasnikovich explores the world


Belarusian Prime Minister was in the barn, and stood on a simulator.

Salidarnasts took a closer look at the severe weekdays of the Belarusian Prime Minister.

Mikhail Miasnikovich has seen many interesting things recently.

The day before yesterday the Prime Minister visited a base for storing and processing fruit and vegetable products in Minsk. The perfect technologies of storing apples – banana carton boxes – did not make it to the camera shooting this time.

When visiting Belarusian State Technological University last year, Miasnikovich was surprised by an unknown thing.

At the sugar refinery in Slutsk the Prime Minister paid attention to confectionery.

But other products are also of interest to him.

In Gomel region the Prime Minister saw what they do with potatoes.

At an improvised exhibition in the framework of “The best entrepreneur” 2011 competition Miasnikovich got interested in tights.  

In the free economic zone “Magileu” the head of the government learnt about the launch of the manufacturing line for producing diapers.

Miasnikovich also personally examined the electric trains of the Swiss company Stadler.

At the ceremony of a new plant’s construction launch the Prime Minister decided to steer the process.

During the preparation for Dazhynki-2012 in Horki he tried a training device.

Almost two years ago the head of the government got acquainted with the fairly useful goods of the local plant in Shklou.  

In Brest region Miasnikovich visited a cowshed.

At Yaselda farm enterprise he found out how the local workers breed fish.

How should one treat Mikhail Miasnikovich’s interest to the operation of the enterprises insignificant to the Belarusian economy, taking into account his high and responsible position? A former head of the national bank Stanislau Bahdankevich expressed his opinion on that issue.

- I do not see a shortcoming in that the Prime Minister pays visits to such enterprises from time to time. I can see a shortcoming in that there is no complex plan on overcoming the crisis, – he noted. – It is necessary to pay more attention to the issues of macroeconomic issues, and let business develop independently with minimal involvement of the authorities.