Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko has arrived in Bykhov Thursday on a business visit.
As reported by the president’s press service, by tradition on April 26 the president makes a random tour of places affected by the Chernobyl nuclear disaster of 1986.
The president is expected to hear out local administrators reporting performance in different sectors of the district economy. They will also inform the president about the rehabilitation of Chernobyl-stricken areas and the fulfillment of the small town revival programme.
The president is expected to make short tours of Belarusian-British joint venture Agrolink, where they produce poultry and livestock at the site of a former military base.
The president is also expected to make a scheduled visit to Belarusian-Latvian joint venture BeLatMeat meat-producing company.
Also, while in Bykhov, the president attends the requiem meeting dedicated to the 21st anniversary of the explosion at the Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant.
The head of state will meet the local people, answer questions by mass media representatives, including reporters from Venezuela.