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MINSK, September 2 (Itar-Tass) —— A delegation of Belarus at a jubilee summit in Dushanbe, which will be held on September 3, will be headed by Prime Minister of the country Mikhail Myasnikovich. “The president vested the prime minister with all powers so that the Belarussian delegation could fully and effectively work at the summit in Tajikistan,” head of the presidential press service Pavel Legky said on Friday.
According to Legky, President Alexander Lukashenko will not participate in the CIS summit since now “the head of state personally controls the pace of fulfilment of those decisions which he already voiced at a meeting on issues of socio-economic development of Belarus on August 30.” “The efficient, without failings, fulfilment of these decisions is an exclusively important task today, and this issue has an exclusive priority in the activity of the head of state,” he noted.
The Belarussian prime minister is expected to leave for Tajikistan on Friday.