Government of Belarus

The Government of the Republic of Belarus (Belarusian: Урад Рэспублікі Беларусь), which consists of the Council of Ministers of the Republic of Belarus (Belarusian: Савет Міністраў Рэспублікі Беларусь), is the executive branch of state power in Belarus, and is appointed by the President of Belarus. The head of the Government is the President of Belarus, who manages the main agenda of the government and direct the ministers.[2] The National Assembly of Belarus is the continuation of the Supreme Soviet of the BSSR and acts as the functioning parliament for Belarus.

Government of Belarus
Урад Рэспублікі Беларусь
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JurisdictionRepublic of Belarus
Executive branch
PresidentAlexander Lukashenko[1]

Council of MinistersEdit

Below are the 30 members of the Council of Ministers as of 19 August 2020, as well as the head of the presidential administration and the chairmen of the State Committees, who are not technically ministers but are included in the Council of Ministers. Offices which are not technically counted as ministerial posts are italicized. The prime minister, the first deputy prime minister(s), the deputy prime minister(s), the ministers of economy, finance, and foreign affairs, the head of the presidential administration, and the chairman of the State Control Committee together form the Presidium of the Council of Ministers. These officials are highlighted in yellow.[3] The incumbent government resigned en masse on 17 August 2020.[4] A new government was formed on 19 August 2020, consisting of mostly the same people.[5]


As of 18 October 2021:

Prime Minister Roman Golovchenko
First Deputy Prime Minister Nikolai Snopkov
Deputy Prime Minister (for Industry and Energy) Yury Nazarov
Deputy Prime Minister (for the Social Sphere — Health Care, Education, Culture, Sports) Igor Petrishenko
Deputy Prime Minister (for Construction, Housing-Communal Services and Transport Affairs) Anatoly Sivak
Deputy Prime Minister (for Agriculture) Aleksandr Subbotin
Minister of Agriculture and Food Ivan Krupko
Minister of Antimonopoly Regulation and Trade Vladimir Koltovich
Minister of Architecture and Construction Ruslan Parkhamovich
Minister of Culture Anatoly Markevich
Minister of Defence Viktor Khrenin
Minister of Economy Aleksandr Chervyakov
Minister of Education Igor Karpenko
Minister of Emergency Situations Vadim Sinyavsky
Minister of Energy Viktor Karankevich
Minister of Finance Yury Seliverstov
Minister of Foreign Affairs Vladimir Makei
Minister of Forestry Vitaly Drozhzha
Minister of Health Care Dmitry Pinevich
Minister of Housing-Communal Services Andrei Khmel
Minister of Industry Pyotr Parkhomchik
Minister of Information Vladimir Pertsov
Minister of Internal Affairs Ivan Kubrakov
Minister of Justice Sergei Khomenko
Minister of Labour and Social Protection Irina Kostevich
Minister of Natural Resources and Environmental Conservation Andrei Khudyk
Minister of Sport and Tourism Sergei Kovalchuk
Minister of Taxes and Duties Sergei Nalivaiko
Minister of Telecommunications and Informatisation Konstantin Shulgan
Minister of Transport and Communications Aleksei Avramenko
Chairman of the State Security Committee Ivan Tertel
Chairman of the State Control Committee Vasily Gerasimov
Chairman of the State Military-Industrial Committee Dmitry Pantus
Chairman of the State Committee on Property Dmitry Matusevich
Chairman of the State Committee on Science and Technology Aleksandr Shumilin
Chairman of the State Committee on Standardisation Valentin Tataritsky
Chairman of the State Border Committee Anatoly Lappo
Chairman of the State Customs Committee Vladimir Orlovsky
Head of the Presidential Administration Igor Sergeyenko
Chairman of the National Bank Pavel Kallaur
Chairman of the Presidium of the National Academy of Science Vladimir Gusakov
Chairman of the Board of the Republican Union of Consumer Societies Valery Ivanov

See alsoEdit


  1. ^ "Lukashenko appoints new government". 19 August 2020.
  2. ^ Закон «О Совете Министров Республики Беларусь»
  3. ^ "Government structure, Council of Ministers of Belarus". Archived from the original on 13 September 2019. Retrieved 30 January 2016.
  4. ^ "Belarusian government resigns". 17 August 2020.
  5. ^ "Lukashenko appoints new government". 19 August 2020.