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President of Belarus Aleksandr Lukashenko has appointed the new government, BelTA reported.

According to it, Roman Golovchenko - who held the post of the chair of the State Authority for Military Industry - has been appointed the PM of the country.

In the meantime, Lukashenko said he has no complaints against the ex-PM Sergei Rumas.

“I have no big complaints about him. The man wants to go into business,” the president said.

Lukashenko also appointed Nikolai Snopkov as First Deputy PM.

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