President Alexander Lukashenko has changed the leadership of the government of Belarus. He on Saturday informed about the respective personnel decisions, reported BelTA news agency of the country.
“Sergei Rumas has been appointed Belarus Prime Minister,” informed the news agency. “Until this time, he was heading the Development Bank [of Belarus].”
And head of the Board of the Council of Ministers of Belarus, Alexander Turchin, has been appointed First Deputy Prime Minister.