Yuri Alymov, one of two first deputy chairmen at the National Bank of the Republic of Belarus, has been confirmed as acting head of the central bank.
Belarus president Alexander Lukashenko confirmed Alymov's appointment as acting chairman of the central bank board on Monday, after Pyotr Prokopovich, the head of the central bank, was taken ill into hospital.
The Belarus government said Prokopovich had undergone heart surgery and was expected to undergo a rehabilitation course, which was expected
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