Government of Belarus

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Seat of the government in Minsk

The government of Belarus is administered by the Council of Ministers of the Republic of Belarus ( Belarusian Савет Міністраў Рэспублікі Беларусь , Sawet Ministrau Respubliki Belarus ), the central body of the executive branch of Belarus (Belarus). Its status is set out in Chapter 5 (Articles 106-108) of the Belarusian Constitution. The Prime Minister is appointed by the Belarusian President with the approval of the House of Representatives , the lower house of Belarus.

The government is composed of the prime minister , the deputy prime minister, the ministers, the head of the presidential administration and the chairmen of the state committees, who are not ministers but still belong to the government. The Prime Minister, the First Deputy Prime Minister, the Deputy Prime Ministers, the Ministers of Economy, Finance and Foreign Affairs, the Head of the Presidential Administration and the Chairman of the State Control Committee together form the Presidium of the Government.

Government members

Prime Minister Sjarhej Rumas
Composition from April 2019 to June 2020
Office Surname
Prime Minister of Belarus Sjarhej Rumas
First Deputy Prime Minister Dsmitry Krutoi
deputy prime minister Uladsimir Dwornik
Uladsimir Kucharau
Igar Lyaschenka
Igar Petryshenka
Minister for Agriculture and Food Anatol Chazko
Minister for Architecture and Construction Dzmitry Mikuljonak
Minister of Culture Jury Bondar
Defense Minister Wiktar Chrenin
Economics Minister Alyaksandr Tscharvyakou
Minister of Education Igar Karpenka
Minister for Emergency Situations Uladzimir Vashchanka
Energy minister Viktor Karankevich
Finance minister Maksim Yermalovich
Foreign minister Uladsimir Makej
Forest Minister Vital Droschscha
Minister of Health Uladsimir Karanik
Minister for Housing and Municipal Services Aljaksandr Zerachay
Industry Minister Pavel Uzjupin
Information minister Ales Karljukewitsch
Interior minister Jury Karajew
Minister of Justice Aleg Slischeuski
Minister for Labor and Social Protection Iryna Kaszewitsch
Minister for Natural Resources and Environment Andreu Chudyk
Minister for Sport and Tourism Sjargei Kawaltschuk
Minister for Taxes and Duties Sjargei Naliwajko
Minister for Telecommunications and Informatization Kanstanzin Schulgan
Minister of Commerce Uladzimir Kaltovich
Minister for Transport and Communication Alyaksey Auramenka
Head of Presidential Administration Igor Sergeyenko
Chairman of the State Security Committee Walery Wakultschik
Chairman of the State Control Committee Leonid Anfimov
Chairman of the State Military-Industrial Committee Raman Galoutschanka
Chairman of the State Committee on Property Andrei Gajeu
Chairman of the State Committee on Science and Technology Alyaksandr Shumilin
Chairman of the State Committee on Standardization Valyanzin Tataryzki
Chairman of the State Border Committee Anatol Lapo
Chairman of the State Customs Committee Juryj Sjanko

Web links

Commons : Government of Belarus  - collection of pictures, videos and audio files

Individual evidence

  1. a b Eastern Europe: Lukashenko replaces Belarusian leaders. Retrieved May 9, 2020 .
  2. Lukashenko dissolves government before presidential election. Retrieved June 4, 2020 .
  3. Victor Khrenin - Military information portal of the Ministry of Defense of Republic of Belarus. Retrieved May 9, 2020 .
  4. Belarus: On the occasion of the opening of the embassy, ​​Federal Councilor Cassis meets President Lukashenka and Foreign Minister Makej. Retrieved May 9, 2020 .
  5. Management. Retrieved May 9, 2020 .
  6. Kostevich appointed Belarus' Labor and Social Security Minister. March 14, 2017, accessed on May 9, 2020 (en-EN).
  7. Russian Foreign Intelligence Service Is Alarmed by Belarusian-Western Normalization. Retrieved May 9, 2020 (American English).