Lukashenka promised that the Belarusian government will support the military
President of Belarus Alexander Lukashenko said that the government will continue to financially support the troops.
As reported on Tuesday the press service of the Belarusian leader, during a visit to the military unit 3214 of the interior Ministry, which is based in the district Uruchcha in Minsk, the President "expressed continued support of the military by the state".
"I'm not going to tell you about square metres, allowance and other things. If the economy will work not worse, so, too, will live not worse. Promise you some kind of helicopter money, I will not. Because the well will then helicopter to destroy. We have no helicopter money. But the maximum we will try to support you in order for you to have a normal allowance" - leads the press service quoted the Belarusian leader.
He also noted that in the next five years, priority in housing is given to large families and servicemen. "We will do everything in order for you to live not worse," - said Lukashenko.