Belarus President Aleksandr Lukashenko heard out a report of Internal Affairs Minister Yuri Karayev. The head of state asked him about his first impressions in the capacity of the internal affairs minister and his assessment of the crime rate in the country. Yuri Karayev informed the head of state that the crime rate remains manageable this year, the share of grave and particularly grave crimes is decreasing. At the same time, the police expect an increase in cybercrime. Aleksandr Lukashenko thanked the police for the fast clearance of the robbery of a jewelry store in Minsk, a case that recently made headlines as it is not common for Belarus.