Previously, Valer Belski was deputy head of the dictator's administration.
Valer Belski was dismissed from the post of assistant to Aliaksandr Lukashenka on the development of the financial and credit system and was appointed a member of the “Council of the Republic of the National Assembly”. The corresponding decree was signed on January 24.
Previously, Belski was the deputy head of Lukashenka's administration. In June 2020, he was relieved of this post and appointed Lukashenka's assistant on the development of the financial and credit system. His chair as deputy head of administration was taken by Dzmitry Kruty, who was moved to the post of ambassador to Russia at the end of 2022.
Prior to joining the administration, Belsky held various positions. He was also the director of the Institute of Economics of the National Academy of Sciences, the rector of the Institute for the Training of Scientific Personnel of the National Academy of Sciences of Belarus, and an assistant to a member of the Board for Industry and Agro-Industrial Complex of the Eurasian Economic Commission, and the acting director of the Institute for System Research in the Agroindustrial Complex of the National Academy of Sciences of Belarus. He began his career as a chief economist at the Kalinovsky state farm in the Bialynichy district of the Mahiliou region.