Lukashenko demands new security system
Belarus President Alexander Lukashenko tasked the State Secretariat of the Security Council, law-enforcement services, the government and the Presidential Administration to design within a month a new system of security measures in the country to prevent situations similar to what happened in the Minsk metro in the future. The Belarusian leader gave the relative instructions at a government session on 13 April to discuss the progress in the Minsk metro bombing investigation, BelTA has learnt.
"We have done something before, not much but enough to help us solve this case. Moreover, advanced equipment and skills of the national law enforcers largely contributed to solving the crime," the Belarusian leader said.
The President stressed: "We should stay wide-awake, attentive and careful, to take personal responsibility for safety."