Belarus is carrying out the 4th program aimed at coping with Chernobyl disaster consequences. The questions of improving the state offices interaction in organizing the work with the citizens of nuclear polluted areas and realizing the Program of cooperation with Belarusian Orthodox Church are being discussed at the 7th information and methodology seminar that takes place in Mogilev.
According to Mikhail Rusy, the head of the Permanent Commission on Chernobyl Disaster Problems, Ecology and Nature Resources of the House of Representatives of the National Council of the Republic of Belarus, in 2008 to finance the program republican and local budgets assigned BYR630 bln. And all government’s tasks were successfully fulfilled.
Within 23 years Belarus invested $18 bln to cope with Chernobyl disaster consequences. The republic provided the conditions of pure production and satisfactory living. As Mikhail Rusy noted, we should develop various enterprises in these territories.