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Lukashenko: Science should be backbone of state ideology

Staff Writer |
In young rapidly developing countries such as Belarus, science should serve as a backbone of the state ideology, Belarus President Alexander Lukashenko said as he presented doctor of sciences diplomas and professor certificates to scientists and lecturers.

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“We need a fact-based unbiased opinion from competent specialists. It is of great importance especially today when we see the attempts to question the sovereignty and independence of our state,” the head of state said, BelTA reports.

The President mentioned that there are people among those present at the meeting whose inventions have already been introduced into production and bring high results in a variety of important spheres of life of the society.

“The presence of young scientists means that we have multiple opportunities for achieving success in any age. The only things they need are diligence and talent,” the head of state said.

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