In the greeting speech of the Head of State, quoted by his press service, it is specified that each of the almost five million representatives of the fair sex “personifies the greatness of motherhood and the comfort of the family home, mercy and care, altruism devotion to the native land, enormous moral force in the preservation of centuries-old traditions.” It is on these basic principles that the company is building the future of Belarus through joint efforts.
Addressing the compatriots, the President, having wished them good health, happiness and a peaceful sky above their heads, stressed that women know how to work hard, generously share their knowledge and experience with others, educate the young generation, to inspire good deeds with beauty and love. They help men “to become better and stronger to be worthy defenders of the people and the Fatherland”.
Moreover, observers note that thanks to the policy pursued in the country in terms of equal rights and opportunities, the socio-economic status of women, their contribution to the life of society and the State have improved. increases year by year.
Judging by sociological data, the majority of Belarusian women work in health care or education, are engaged in financial or insurance activities, and are active Internet users.
According to the global index “Women, Peace and Security”, the republic ranks 37th out of 170 countries, ahead of all CIS countries and a number of EU countries. According to the gender gap index, it ranks 36th out of 146 countries, and according to the criterion of “economic participation and opportunities”, Sineokaya ranks fourth.
It is also known statistics about the passion of Belarusian women for various sports. A quarter of them at the age of sixteen are engaged in physical education or attend sports clubs. By the way, there are 1,163 women for every thousand men in the republic, and their average age at marriage is just over 26 years.
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