Belarus President visited the Hi-Tech Park. Aleksandr Lukashenko studied an exposition of new solutions by leading resident companies of the park. The head of state was shown digital solutions for agriculture, healthcare, education, finance, transport. The meeting highlighted promising areas of work of the Hi-Tech Park. 
The Belarusian leader expects proposals from the IT community for the further development of the sphere. The government policy aimed at building an IT country generates economic benefits for Belarus. At first the Hi-Tech Park’s export did not grow steadily. It even dropped gradually. The trend was reversed unexpectedly later: in 2017 the Hi-Tech Park’s export grew by 25% to reach $1 billion.