The situation at the enterprises of Belarus has stabilized, there are no interruptions in work. This was announced on Thursday, August 27, by the Minister of Industry of the country Petr Parkhomchik during a meeting with the President of the country Alexander Lukashenko.
According to him, all conveyors have been launched, the products are being sold. The socio-psychological situation at enterprises has returned to normal over the past week, the minister added.
“There are no isolated cases of work stoppages at some sites today,” the BelTA news agency quoted Parkhomchik as saying. He noted the explanatory work that is being carried out with the teams.
On August 9, presidential elections were held in the republic, in which, according to official data, the incumbent head of state Alexander Lukashenko won, gaining more than 80% of the vote. Those who disagreed with the results of the vote took to the streets, and some enterprises, including the country’s largest industries, went on strike.
Lukashenka ordered to close the striking factories from August 24, writes Gazeta.ru.