It is necessary to develop and use the land affected by the Chernobyl disaster given the 30-year experience of our country. This was stated by the President during his working trip to Khoiniki district. Alexander Lukashenko visited the Polessky radiation and ecological reserve, where previously a unique experimental base was created following instructions by the Head of State. The reserve has already learned how to produce clean fodder and grow various crops. The President also visited the scientific laboratory and museum on the territory of the reserve. Special attention was paid to the life of the region as a whole. The head of state inquired about the social and economic development of the Gomel region.