Everyone to the fields: Lukashenka announced the “mobilization” of schoolchildren and civil servants for harvesting
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The Belarusian leader is convinced that six hours of work in the fields is, to the delight of parents, an effective method of educating young people. In addition, the harvested crop can be sold profitably.
At a time when subpoenas to the military commissariats are being handed out in Russia, in neighboring Belarus Alexander Lukashenko decided to conduct an agricultural “mobilization” in the country and send schoolchildren, students, workers and civil servants to the fields to harvest. As the “BelTA” agency writes, the Belarusian leader hopes to double agricultural production and plans to sell it “at good prices”.
“We will sell it all at good prices. That is, the market has opened and prices are decent. Therefore, we should not have any problems with agriculture at all. Talk about sanctions somewhere, some kind of mobilization, war, and something else. then they are not accepted,” Lukashenka said.
In his reasoning, the Belarusian leader did not forget to recall the experience of previous years and those times when the same practice was widely used in the Soviet Union. The politician is convinced that not “chatter”, but physical labor is an effective element in educating the younger generation.
“Mobilize everyone! If a person goes to work for 5-6 hours, both parents will be happy and the child will have good physical fitness. All of us, and you … I, for sure, worked. We didn’t work, but worked hard, and God forbid how,” he stressed Lukashenka.
The President of Belarus did not specify what kind of parental joy he was talking about, but noted that by calling students, workers, civil servants and other people for agricultural work, you can have time to harvest and earn decent money.
Lukashenko made a special emphasis on harvesting traditional crops for Belarus: potatoes, beets, carrots and others. These products will be included in the stabilization funds so that their prices do not grow exponentially
“There is still a lot to do this year. I will ask you to join this very seriously – finish the agricultural year with dignity,” summed up Lukashenka.
At the same time, there are no plans to carry out mobilization in Belarus itself. Lukashenka stressed that the country would fight only if it had to defend itself from external aggression.