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News – belsat.eu, EU to impose sanctions against Belarusian banking, potash, and oil industries, on June 18, 2021 5:56 PM at 5:56 PM

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An agreement on the sanctions against the Belarusian officials has been reached in Brussels. The restrictions will affect the banking, potash, and oil industries, Radio Liberty reports.

Three sectors of the Belarusian economy will be included in the EU blacklist. An agreement on sanctions against the Belarusian economy’s banking, potash, and oil industries has been reached in Brussels. According to Radio Svaboda, correspondent Rikard Jozwiak, the Council of Foreign Ministers of the European Union will adopt the restrictions, and their announcement is expected next week.

The names of persons and organizations subject to the new sanctions will be published in the official EU journal.

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, An agreement was reached in Brussels on the case of sanctions against officials from Belarus

News – belsat.eu, EU to impose sanctions against Belarusian banking, potash, and oil industries, on June 18, 2021 5:56 PM at 5:56 PM

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An agreement on the sanctions against the Belarusian officials has been reached in Brussels. The restrictions will affect the banking, potash, and oil industries, Radio Liberty reports.

Three sectors of the Belarusian economy will be included in the EU blacklist. An agreement on sanctions against the Belarusian economy’s banking, potash, and oil industries has been reached in Brussels. According to Radio Svaboda, correspondent Rikard Jozwiak, the Council of Foreign Ministers of the European Union will adopt the restrictions, and their announcement is expected next week.

The names of persons and organizations subject to the new sanctions will be published in the official EU journal.

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, An agreement was reached in Brussels on the case of sanctions against officials from Belarus

News – belsat.eu, EU to impose sanctions against Belarusian banking, potash, and oil industries, on June 18, 2021 5:56 PM at 5:56 PM

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An agreement on the sanctions against the Belarusian officials has been reached in Brussels. The restrictions will affect the banking, potash, and oil industries, Radio Liberty reports.

Three sectors of the Belarusian economy will be included in the EU blacklist. An agreement on sanctions against the Belarusian economy’s banking, potash, and oil industries has been reached in Brussels. According to Radio Svaboda, correspondent Rikard Jozwiak, the Council of Foreign Ministers of the European Union will adopt the restrictions, and their announcement is expected next week.

The names of persons and organizations subject to the new sanctions will be published in the official EU journal.

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, An agreement was reached in Brussels on the case of sanctions against officials from Belarus

News – belsat.eu, EU to impose sanctions against Belarusian banking, potash, and oil industries, on June 18, 2021 5:56 PM at 5:56 PM

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An agreement on the sanctions against the Belarusian officials has been reached in Brussels. The restrictions will affect the banking, potash, and oil industries, Radio Liberty reports.

Three sectors of the Belarusian economy will be included in the EU blacklist. An agreement on sanctions against the Belarusian economy’s banking, potash, and oil industries has been reached in Brussels. According to Radio Svaboda, correspondent Rikard Jozwiak, the Council of Foreign Ministers of the European Union will adopt the restrictions, and their announcement is expected next week.

The names of persons and organizations subject to the new sanctions will be published in the official EU journal.

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, An agreement was reached in Brussels on the case of sanctions against officials from Belarus

News – belsat.eu, EU to impose sanctions against Belarusian banking, potash, and oil industries, on June 18, 2021 5:56 PM at 5:56 PM

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An agreement on the sanctions against the Belarusian officials has been reached in Brussels. The restrictions will affect the banking, potash, and oil industries, Radio Liberty reports.

Three sectors of the Belarusian economy will be included in the EU blacklist. An agreement on sanctions against the Belarusian economy’s banking, potash, and oil industries has been reached in Brussels. According to Radio Svaboda, correspondent Rikard Jozwiak, the Council of Foreign Ministers of the European Union will adopt the restrictions, and their announcement is expected next week.

The names of persons and organizations subject to the new sanctions will be published in the official EU journal.

belsat.eu

, An agreement was reached in Brussels on the case of sanctions against officials from Belarus

News – belsat.eu, EU to impose sanctions against Belarusian banking, potash, and oil industries, on June 18, 2021 5:56 PM at 5:56 PM

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An agreement on the sanctions against the Belarusian officials has been reached in Brussels. The restrictions will affect the banking, potash, and oil industries, Radio Liberty reports.

Three sectors of the Belarusian economy will be included in the EU blacklist. An agreement on sanctions against the Belarusian economy’s banking, potash, and oil industries has been reached in Brussels. According to Radio Svaboda, correspondent Rikard Jozwiak, the Council of Foreign Ministers of the European Union will adopt the restrictions, and their announcement is expected next week.

The names of persons and organizations subject to the new sanctions will be published in the official EU journal.

belsat.eu

, An agreement was reached in Brussels on the case of sanctions against officials from Belarus

Хартия’97 :: Новости Беларуси – Белорусские новости – Новости Белоруссии – Республика Беларусь – Минск, EU Agrees On Sanctions Against Lukashenka In Oil And Gas, Telecommunications, Potash Production, on June 18, 2021 9:33 AM at 9:33 AM

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A ban on granting loans to the country, trading in securities and investment services was also agreed upon., A ban on granting loans to the country, trading in securities and investment services was also agreed upon.

Хартия’97 :: Новости Беларуси – Белорусские новости – Новости Белоруссии – Республика Беларусь – Минск, EU Agrees On Sanctions Against Lukashenka In Oil And Gas, Telecommunications, Potash Production, on June 18, 2021 9:33 AM at 9:33 AM

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A ban on granting loans to the country, trading in securities and investment services was also agreed upon., A ban on granting loans to the country, trading in securities and investment services was also agreed upon.

Хартия’97 :: Новости Беларуси – Белорусские новости – Новости Белоруссии – Республика Беларусь – Минск, EU Agrees On Sanctions Against Lukashenka In Oil And Gas, Telecommunications, Potash Production, on June 18, 2021 9:33 AM at 9:33 AM

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A ban on granting loans to the country, trading in securities and investment services was also agreed upon., A ban on granting loans to the country, trading in securities and investment services was also agreed upon.

Хартия’97 :: Новости Беларуси – Белорусские новости – Новости Белоруссии – Республика Беларусь – Минск, EU Agrees On Sanctions Against Lukashenka In Oil And Gas, Telecommunications, Potash Production, on June 18, 2021 9:33 AM at 9:33 AM

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A ban on granting loans to the country, trading in securities and investment services was also agreed upon., A ban on granting loans to the country, trading in securities and investment services was also agreed upon.

Хартия’97 :: Новости Беларуси – Белорусские новости – Новости Белоруссии – Республика Беларусь – Минск, Ukrainian Deputies Urge To Terminate Diplomatic Relations With Lukashenka Regime, on June 18, 2021 9:18 AM at 9:18 AM

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They also called on governments around the world to impose personal sanctions against the usurper and his accomplices., They also called on governments around the world to impose personal sanctions against the usurper and his accomplices.

News – belsat.eu, Human rights defenders: Over 500 political prisoners in Belarus. Five new names on list, on June 18, 2021 6:37 AM at 6:37 AM

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The Belarusian human rights community has recognised five more people behind bars as political prisoners.

On June 18, in response to the new cases of conviction and imprisonment on defamatory charges and on charges of insulting the state symbols of Belarus, human rights activists once again reaffirmed their repeated demands to decriminalise defamation and refrain from imprisoning individuals for insulting officials, the state, government agencies and symbols.

According to them, the following persons are imprisoned for insulting the president, government officials (police officers), judges and insulting state symbols:

  • Herman Bykhau – in custody in a pre-trial detention centre on charges under Art. 130 of the Criminal Code (incitement to hatred against another social group, police officers);
  • Syarhei Bobashau – sentenced to two years of restricted freedom in an open correctional facility under Art. 369 of the Criminal Code (insulting a government official); sent to serve the sentence;
  • Alyaksandr Ahraitsovich – sentenced by Zavodski district court of Minsk to two years of restricted freedom in an open correctional facility under Art. 188 of the Criminal Code (defamation); sent to serve the sentence;
  • Dzmitry Babok – sentenced by Babruysk district court to one year in prison under Art. 368 of the Criminal Code (insulting the president);
  • Yury Biruk – sentenced by Maladzechna district court to one and a half years in prison under Art. 368 of the Criminal Code (insulting the president).

Eight Belarusian human rights watchdogs have considered their persecution and imprisonment to be politically motivated, as they are related to the peaceful exercise of freedom expression. The human rights activists call on the Belarusian authorities to immediately release all political prisoners, stop the criminal prosecution against them, as well as end political repression against the country’s citizens.

As of today, there are 501 political prisoners in Belarus, human rights centre Viasna reports.

She cannot bear humiliation and torture: Elderly cancer patient writes death note awaiting trial for insulting policeman

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, The Belarusian human rights community has recognised five more people behind bars as political prisoners.

News – belsat.eu, Human rights defenders: Over 500 political prisoners in Belarus. Five new names on list, on June 18, 2021 6:37 AM at 6:37 AM

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The Belarusian human rights community has recognised five more people behind bars as political prisoners.

On June 18, in response to the new cases of conviction and imprisonment on defamatory charges and on charges of insulting the state symbols of Belarus, human rights activists once again reaffirmed their repeated demands to decriminalise defamation and refrain from imprisoning individuals for insulting officials, the state, government agencies and symbols.

According to them, the following persons are imprisoned for insulting the president, government officials (police officers), judges and insulting state symbols:

  • Herman Bykhau – in custody in a pre-trial detention centre on charges under Art. 130 of the Criminal Code (incitement to hatred against another social group, police officers);
  • Syarhei Bobashau – sentenced to two years of restricted freedom in an open correctional facility under Art. 369 of the Criminal Code (insulting a government official); sent to serve the sentence;
  • Alyaksandr Ahraitsovich – sentenced by Zavodski district court of Minsk to two years of restricted freedom in an open correctional facility under Art. 188 of the Criminal Code (defamation); sent to serve the sentence;
  • Dzmitry Babok – sentenced by Babruysk district court to one year in prison under Art. 368 of the Criminal Code (insulting the president);
  • Yury Biruk – sentenced by Maladzechna district court to one and a half years in prison under Art. 368 of the Criminal Code (insulting the president).

Eight Belarusian human rights watchdogs have considered their persecution and imprisonment to be politically motivated, as they are related to the peaceful exercise of freedom expression. The human rights activists call on the Belarusian authorities to immediately release all political prisoners, stop the criminal prosecution against them, as well as end political repression against the country’s citizens.

As of today, there are 501 political prisoners in Belarus, human rights centre Viasna reports.

She cannot bear humiliation and torture: Elderly cancer patient writes death note awaiting trial for insulting policeman

belsat.eu, following spring96.org

, The Belarusian human rights community has recognised five more people behind bars as political prisoners.

Хартия’97 :: Новости Беларуси – Белорусские новости – Новости Белоруссии – Республика Беларусь – Минск, Amnesty International: Belarusian Health Workers Are at the Forefront of the Human Rights Crisis, on June 17, 2021 11:44 AM at 11:44 AM

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A human rights organization has recognized the persecution of protesters in Belarus., A human rights organization has recognized the persecution of protesters in Belarus.

Хартия’97 :: Новости Беларуси – Белорусские новости – Новости Белоруссии – Республика Беларусь – Минск, Amnesty International: Belarusian Health Workers Are at the Forefront of the Human Rights Crisis, on June 17, 2021 11:44 AM at 11:44 AM

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A human rights organization has recognized the persecution of protesters in Belarus., A human rights organization has recognized the persecution of protesters in Belarus.

News – belsat.eu, US Under Secretary Victoria Nuland announces slapping new sanctions on Lukashenka regime, on June 17, 2021 9:43 AM at 9:43 AM

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The United States may introduce new sanctions against Belarusian officials next week, US Under Secretary for Political Affairs of the Department of State Victoria Nuland stated on Thursday, when virtually participating at the GLOBSEC Bratislava Forum.

When asked about some ‘real policy options’ that the US administration can take regarding the current crisis in Belarus, the top diplomat recalled that in the context of Wednesday’s meeting with Vladimir Putin in Geneva, President Joseph Biden made clear that the US ‘profoundly disagrees’ with Russia over issue of Belarus.

“I do not think that either president disputed that we come at Belarus very differently, and you know, President Biden made absolutely clear that what happened with the downing of the aircraft pulling the dissident off the plane and later parading him with clear bruises all over him was just lawless. We believe that the only way to respect the rights and choice of the Belarusian people to have a truly free and fair election clearly Mr Lukashenka is afraid of doing that. We have already imposed a number of sanctions, so has Europe, and I think you can watch this space next week for more,” she said.

Economic expert explains how U.S. sanctions may affect Belarusian state-owned enterprises

On June 16, President Biden admitted having discussed the situation in Belarus with the Russian leader.

“We agreed to pursue diplomacy related to the Minsk Agreement. And I shared our concerns about Belarus. He didn’t disagree with what happened; he just has a different perspective of what to do about it,” he said.

On the back of the talks between the presidents of the United States and Russia, Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov told Echo of Moscow on Thursday morning that the parties failed to bring closer their positions on Belarus.

On June 3, the United States re-imposed blocking sanctions on nine Belarusian state-owned enterprises that previously received benefits under a series of Treasury Department general licenses. “As a result of this measure, U.S. persons will be prohibited from engaging in transactions with these entities, their property or interests in their property,” the statement said.

Belarus is figure in Biden’s game of cards with Putin. Should one expect big deal?

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, The United States may introduce new sanctions against Belarusian officials next week, US Under Secretary for Political Affairs of the Department of State Victoria Nuland stated on Thursday, when virtually participating at the GLOBSEC Bratislava Forum.

News – belsat.eu, US Under Secretary Victoria Nuland announces slapping new sanctions on Lukashenka regime, on June 17, 2021 9:43 AM at 9:43 AM

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The United States may introduce new sanctions against Belarusian officials next week, US Under Secretary for Political Affairs of the Department of State Victoria Nuland stated on Thursday, when virtually participating at the GLOBSEC Bratislava Forum.

When asked about some ‘real policy options’ that the US administration can take regarding the current crisis in Belarus, the top diplomat recalled that in the context of Wednesday’s meeting with Vladimir Putin in Geneva, President Joseph Biden made clear that the US ‘profoundly disagrees’ with Russia over issue of Belarus.

“I do not think that either president disputed that we come at Belarus very differently, and you know, President Biden made absolutely clear that what happened with the downing of the aircraft pulling the dissident off the plane and later parading him with clear bruises all over him was just lawless. We believe that the only way to respect the rights and choice of the Belarusian people to have a truly free and fair election clearly Mr Lukashenka is afraid of doing that. We have already imposed a number of sanctions, so has Europe, and I think you can watch this space next week for more,” she said.

Economic expert explains how U.S. sanctions may affect Belarusian state-owned enterprises

On June 16, President Biden admitted having discussed the situation in Belarus with the Russian leader.

“We agreed to pursue diplomacy related to the Minsk Agreement. And I shared our concerns about Belarus. He didn’t disagree with what happened; he just has a different perspective of what to do about it,” he said.

On the back of the talks between the presidents of the United States and Russia, Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov told Echo of Moscow on Thursday morning that the parties failed to bring closer their positions on Belarus.

On June 3, the United States re-imposed blocking sanctions on nine Belarusian state-owned enterprises that previously received benefits under a series of Treasury Department general licenses. “As a result of this measure, U.S. persons will be prohibited from engaging in transactions with these entities, their property or interests in their property,” the statement said.

Belarus is figure in Biden’s game of cards with Putin. Should one expect big deal?

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, The United States may introduce new sanctions against Belarusian officials next week, US Under Secretary for Political Affairs of the Department of State Victoria Nuland stated on Thursday, when virtually participating at the GLOBSEC Bratislava Forum.

News – belsat.eu, US Under Secretary Victoria Nuland announces slapping new sanctions on Lukashenka regime, on June 17, 2021 9:43 AM at 9:43 AM

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The United States may introduce new sanctions against Belarusian officials next week, US Under Secretary for Political Affairs of the Department of State Victoria Nuland stated on Thursday, when virtually participating at the GLOBSEC Bratislava Forum.

When asked about some ‘real policy options’ that the US administration can take regarding the current crisis in Belarus, the top diplomat recalled that in the context of Wednesday’s meeting with Vladimir Putin in Geneva, President Joseph Biden made clear that the US ‘profoundly disagrees’ with Russia over issue of Belarus.

“I do not think that either president disputed that we come at Belarus very differently, and you know, President Biden made absolutely clear that what happened with the downing of the aircraft pulling the dissident off the plane and later parading him with clear bruises all over him was just lawless. We believe that the only way to respect the rights and choice of the Belarusian people to have a truly free and fair election clearly Mr Lukashenka is afraid of doing that. We have already imposed a number of sanctions, so has Europe, and I think you can watch this space next week for more,” she said.

Economic expert explains how U.S. sanctions may affect Belarusian state-owned enterprises

On June 16, President Biden admitted having discussed the situation in Belarus with the Russian leader.

“We agreed to pursue diplomacy related to the Minsk Agreement. And I shared our concerns about Belarus. He didn’t disagree with what happened; he just has a different perspective of what to do about it,” he said.

On the back of the talks between the presidents of the United States and Russia, Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov told Echo of Moscow on Thursday morning that the parties failed to bring closer their positions on Belarus.

On June 3, the United States re-imposed blocking sanctions on nine Belarusian state-owned enterprises that previously received benefits under a series of Treasury Department general licenses. “As a result of this measure, U.S. persons will be prohibited from engaging in transactions with these entities, their property or interests in their property,” the statement said.

Belarus is figure in Biden’s game of cards with Putin. Should one expect big deal?

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, The United States may introduce new sanctions against Belarusian officials next week, US Under Secretary for Political Affairs of the Department of State Victoria Nuland stated on Thursday, when virtually participating at the GLOBSEC Bratislava Forum.

News – belsat.eu, US Under Secretary Victoria Nuland announces slapping new sanctions on Lukashenka regime, on June 17, 2021 9:43 AM at 9:43 AM

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The United States may introduce new sanctions against Belarusian officials next week, US Under Secretary for Political Affairs of the Department of State Victoria Nuland stated on Thursday, when virtually participating at the GLOBSEC Bratislava Forum.

When asked about some ‘real policy options’ that the US administration can take regarding the current crisis in Belarus, the top diplomat recalled that in the context of Wednesday’s meeting with Vladimir Putin in Geneva, President Joseph Biden made clear that the US ‘profoundly disagrees’ with Russia over issue of Belarus.

“I do not think that either president disputed that we come at Belarus very differently, and you know, President Biden made absolutely clear that what happened with the downing of the aircraft pulling the dissident off the plane and later parading him with clear bruises all over him was just lawless. We believe that the only way to respect the rights and choice of the Belarusian people to have a truly free and fair election clearly Mr Lukashenka is afraid of doing that. We have already imposed a number of sanctions, so has Europe, and I think you can watch this space next week for more,” she said.

Economic expert explains how U.S. sanctions may affect Belarusian state-owned enterprises

On June 16, President Biden admitted having discussed the situation in Belarus with the Russian leader.

“We agreed to pursue diplomacy related to the Minsk Agreement. And I shared our concerns about Belarus. He didn’t disagree with what happened; he just has a different perspective of what to do about it,” he said.

On the back of the talks between the presidents of the United States and Russia, Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov told Echo of Moscow on Thursday morning that the parties failed to bring closer their positions on Belarus.

On June 3, the United States re-imposed blocking sanctions on nine Belarusian state-owned enterprises that previously received benefits under a series of Treasury Department general licenses. “As a result of this measure, U.S. persons will be prohibited from engaging in transactions with these entities, their property or interests in their property,” the statement said.

Belarus is figure in Biden’s game of cards with Putin. Should one expect big deal?

belsat.eu

 

, The United States may introduce new sanctions against Belarusian officials next week, US Under Secretary for Political Affairs of the Department of State Victoria Nuland stated on Thursday, when virtually participating at the GLOBSEC Bratislava Forum.

News – belsat.eu, US Under Secretary Victoria Nuland announces slapping new sanctions on Lukashenka regime, on June 17, 2021 9:43 AM at 9:43 AM

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The United States may introduce new sanctions against Belarusian officials next week, US Under Secretary for Political Affairs of the Department of State Victoria Nuland stated on Thursday, when virtually participating at the GLOBSEC Bratislava Forum.

When asked about some ‘real policy options’ that the US administration can take regarding the current crisis in Belarus, the top diplomat recalled that in the context of Wednesday’s meeting with Vladimir Putin in Geneva, President Joseph Biden made clear that the US ‘profoundly disagrees’ with Russia over issue of Belarus.

“I do not think that either president disputed that we come at Belarus very differently, and you know, President Biden made absolutely clear that what happened with the downing of the aircraft pulling the dissident off the plane and later parading him with clear bruises all over him was just lawless. We believe that the only way to respect the rights and choice of the Belarusian people to have a truly free and fair election clearly Mr Lukashenka is afraid of doing that. We have already imposed a number of sanctions, so has Europe, and I think you can watch this space next week for more,” she said.

Economic expert explains how U.S. sanctions may affect Belarusian state-owned enterprises

On June 16, President Biden admitted having discussed the situation in Belarus with the Russian leader.

“We agreed to pursue diplomacy related to the Minsk Agreement. And I shared our concerns about Belarus. He didn’t disagree with what happened; he just has a different perspective of what to do about it,” he said.

On the back of the talks between the presidents of the United States and Russia, Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov told Echo of Moscow on Thursday morning that the parties failed to bring closer their positions on Belarus.

On June 3, the United States re-imposed blocking sanctions on nine Belarusian state-owned enterprises that previously received benefits under a series of Treasury Department general licenses. “As a result of this measure, U.S. persons will be prohibited from engaging in transactions with these entities, their property or interests in their property,” the statement said.

Belarus is figure in Biden’s game of cards with Putin. Should one expect big deal?

belsat.eu

 

, The United States may introduce new sanctions against Belarusian officials next week, US Under Secretary for Political Affairs of the Department of State Victoria Nuland stated on Thursday, when virtually participating at the GLOBSEC Bratislava Forum.

News – belsat.eu, Belarusian TV host Valyaryna Kustava flees country in fear of criminal prosecution, on June 17, 2021 8:21 AM at 8:21 AM

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Valyaryna Kustava, host of TV show Private

According to Belarusian poet and TV presenter Valyaryna Kustava, she left Belarus after at least two criminal cases were initiated against her. On June 16, Valyaryna said on Facebook that she was safe and secure.

On June 3, seven security officers broke into Kustava’s home. She was not at home at that time. The police also visited her parents at their workplaces. In addition, unknown people showed up at the parents’ apartment.

“All at the same time, the police and GUBAZIK came to my official workplace and those of my parents. Within a day, unknown people were rifling through my things and checked my neighbours. Until now, I do not know what exactly was confiscated: there is a suggestion that equipment, valuables, money were seized. There were unsuccessful attempts to hack my mailbox and social media profiles from my own computers. My apartment is still sealed off. And even my defence lawyer does not have access to it, as well as to my case files, because the Investigative Committee is still ‘working on’ it,” she said.

Officers of the Investigative Committee, State Control Committee, police, Main Directorate for Combating Organised Crime and Corruption (GUBOPiK/GUBAZiK) were hunting for her, the media worker stressed. It took Valyaryna several days to get to a safe place abroad. “I did not have a phone or any personal belongings, I was evacuated through forests and swamps,” she said.

It turned out that several criminal articles were not the worst thing that awaited me. Not only my things were confiscated from me, but my life in my Motherland as well,” the anchorwoman added.

Nobel laureate about leaving Belarus: ‘I would have been arrested sooner or later’

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, According to Belarusian poet and TV presenter Valyaryna Kustava, she left Belarus after at least two criminal cases were initiated against her. On June 16, Valyaryna said on Facebook that she was safe and secure.

News – belsat.eu, Belarusian TV host Valyaryna Kustava flees country in fear of criminal prosecution, on June 17, 2021 8:21 AM at 8:21 AM

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Valyaryna Kustava, host of TV show Private

According to Belarusian poet and TV presenter Valyaryna Kustava, she left Belarus after at least two criminal cases were initiated against her. On June 16, Valyaryna said on Facebook that she was safe and secure.

On June 3, seven security officers broke into Kustava’s home. She was not at home at that time. The police also visited her parents at their workplaces. In addition, unknown people showed up at the parents’ apartment.

“All at the same time, the police and GUBAZIK came to my official workplace and those of my parents. Within a day, unknown people were rifling through my things and checked my neighbours. Until now, I do not know what exactly was confiscated: there is a suggestion that equipment, valuables, money were seized. There were unsuccessful attempts to hack my mailbox and social media profiles from my own computers. My apartment is still sealed off. And even my defence lawyer does not have access to it, as well as to my case files, because the Investigative Committee is still ‘working on’ it,” she said.

Officers of the Investigative Committee, State Control Committee, police, Main Directorate for Combating Organised Crime and Corruption (GUBOPiK/GUBAZiK) were hunting for her, the media worker stressed. It took Valyaryna several days to get to a safe place abroad. “I did not have a phone or any personal belongings, I was evacuated through forests and swamps,” she said.

It turned out that several criminal articles were not the worst thing that awaited me. Not only my things were confiscated from me, but my life in my Motherland as well,” the anchorwoman added.

Nobel laureate about leaving Belarus: ‘I would have been arrested sooner or later’

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, According to Belarusian poet and TV presenter Valyaryna Kustava, she left Belarus after at least two criminal cases were initiated against her. On June 16, Valyaryna said on Facebook that she was safe and secure.

News – belsat.eu, Belarusian TV host Valyaryna Kustava flees country in fear of criminal prosecution, on June 17, 2021 8:21 AM at 8:21 AM

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Valyaryna Kustava, host of TV show Private

According to Belarusian poet and TV presenter Valyaryna Kustava, she left Belarus after at least two criminal cases were initiated against her. On June 16, Valyaryna said on Facebook that she was safe and secure.

On June 3, seven security officers broke into Kustava’s home. She was not at home at that time. The police also visited her parents at their workplaces. In addition, unknown people showed up at the parents’ apartment.

“All at the same time, the police and GUBAZIK came to my official workplace and those of my parents. Within a day, unknown people were rifling through my things and checked my neighbours. Until now, I do not know what exactly was confiscated: there is a suggestion that equipment, valuables, money were seized. There were unsuccessful attempts to hack my mailbox and social media profiles from my own computers. My apartment is still sealed off. And even my defence lawyer does not have access to it, as well as to my case files, because the Investigative Committee is still ‘working on’ it,” she said.

Officers of the Investigative Committee, State Control Committee, police, Main Directorate for Combating Organised Crime and Corruption (GUBOPiK/GUBAZiK) were hunting for her, the media worker stressed. It took Valyaryna several days to get to a safe place abroad. “I did not have a phone or any personal belongings, I was evacuated through forests and swamps,” she said.

It turned out that several criminal articles were not the worst thing that awaited me. Not only my things were confiscated from me, but my life in my Motherland as well,” the anchorwoman added.

Nobel laureate about leaving Belarus: ‘I would have been arrested sooner or later’

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, According to Belarusian poet and TV presenter Valyaryna Kustava, she left Belarus after at least two criminal cases were initiated against her. On June 16, Valyaryna said on Facebook that she was safe and secure.

News – belsat.eu, Belarusian TV host Valyaryna Kustava flees country in fear of criminal prosecution, on June 17, 2021 8:21 AM at 8:21 AM

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Valyaryna Kustava, host of TV show Private

According to Belarusian poet and TV presenter Valyaryna Kustava, she left Belarus after at least two criminal cases were initiated against her. On June 16, Valyaryna said on Facebook that she was safe and secure.

On June 3, seven security officers broke into Kustava’s home. She was not at home at that time. The police also visited her parents at their workplaces. In addition, unknown people showed up at the parents’ apartment.

“All at the same time, the police and GUBAZIK came to my official workplace and those of my parents. Within a day, unknown people were rifling through my things and checked my neighbours. Until now, I do not know what exactly was confiscated: there is a suggestion that equipment, valuables, money were seized. There were unsuccessful attempts to hack my mailbox and social media profiles from my own computers. My apartment is still sealed off. And even my defence lawyer does not have access to it, as well as to my case files, because the Investigative Committee is still ‘working on’ it,” she said.

Officers of the Investigative Committee, State Control Committee, police, Main Directorate for Combating Organised Crime and Corruption (GUBOPiK/GUBAZiK) were hunting for her, the media worker stressed. It took Valyaryna several days to get to a safe place abroad. “I did not have a phone or any personal belongings, I was evacuated through forests and swamps,” she said.

It turned out that several criminal articles were not the worst thing that awaited me. Not only my things were confiscated from me, but my life in my Motherland as well,” the anchorwoman added.

Nobel laureate about leaving Belarus: ‘I would have been arrested sooner or later’

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, According to Belarusian poet and TV presenter Valyaryna Kustava, she left Belarus after at least two criminal cases were initiated against her. On June 16, Valyaryna said on Facebook that she was safe and secure.

News – belsat.eu, Belarusian TV host Valyaryna Kustava flees country in fear of criminal prosecution, on June 17, 2021 8:21 AM at 8:21 AM

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Valyaryna Kustava, host of TV show Private

According to Belarusian poet and TV presenter Valyaryna Kustava, she left Belarus after at least two criminal cases were initiated against her. On June 16, Valyaryna said on Facebook that she was safe and secure.

On June 3, seven security officers broke into Kustava’s home. She was not at home at that time. The police also visited her parents at their workplaces. In addition, unknown people showed up at the parents’ apartment.

“All at the same time, the police and GUBAZIK came to my official workplace and those of my parents. Within a day, unknown people were rifling through my things and checked my neighbours. Until now, I do not know what exactly was confiscated: there is a suggestion that equipment, valuables, money were seized. There were unsuccessful attempts to hack my mailbox and social media profiles from my own computers. My apartment is still sealed off. And even my defence lawyer does not have access to it, as well as to my case files, because the Investigative Committee is still ‘working on’ it,” she said.

Officers of the Investigative Committee, State Control Committee, police, Main Directorate for Combating Organised Crime and Corruption (GUBOPiK/GUBAZiK) were hunting for her, the media worker stressed. It took Valyaryna several days to get to a safe place abroad. “I did not have a phone or any personal belongings, I was evacuated through forests and swamps,” she said.

It turned out that several criminal articles were not the worst thing that awaited me. Not only my things were confiscated from me, but my life in my Motherland as well,” the anchorwoman added.

Nobel laureate about leaving Belarus: ‘I would have been arrested sooner or later’

belsat.eu

, According to Belarusian poet and TV presenter Valyaryna Kustava, she left Belarus after at least two criminal cases were initiated against her. On June 16, Valyaryna said on Facebook that she was safe and secure.

News – belsat.eu, Belarusian TV host Valyaryna Kustava flees country in fear of criminal prosecution, on June 17, 2021 8:21 AM at 8:21 AM

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Valyaryna Kustava, host of TV show Private

According to Belarusian poet and TV presenter Valyaryna Kustava, she left Belarus after at least two criminal cases were initiated against her. On June 16, Valyaryna said on Facebook that she was safe and secure.

On June 3, seven security officers broke into Kustava’s home. She was not at home at that time. The police also visited her parents at their workplaces. In addition, unknown people showed up at the parents’ apartment.

“All at the same time, the police and GUBAZIK came to my official workplace and those of my parents. Within a day, unknown people were rifling through my things and checked my neighbours. Until now, I do not know what exactly was confiscated: there is a suggestion that equipment, valuables, money were seized. There were unsuccessful attempts to hack my mailbox and social media profiles from my own computers. My apartment is still sealed off. And even my defence lawyer does not have access to it, as well as to my case files, because the Investigative Committee is still ‘working on’ it,” she said.

Officers of the Investigative Committee, State Control Committee, police, Main Directorate for Combating Organised Crime and Corruption (GUBOPiK/GUBAZiK) were hunting for her, the media worker stressed. It took Valyaryna several days to get to a safe place abroad. “I did not have a phone or any personal belongings, I was evacuated through forests and swamps,” she said.

It turned out that several criminal articles were not the worst thing that awaited me. Not only my things were confiscated from me, but my life in my Motherland as well,” the anchorwoman added.

Nobel laureate about leaving Belarus: ‘I would have been arrested sooner or later’

belsat.eu

, According to Belarusian poet and TV presenter Valyaryna Kustava, she left Belarus after at least two criminal cases were initiated against her. On June 16, Valyaryna said on Facebook that she was safe and secure.

News – belsat.eu, Belarusian TV host Valyaryna Kustava flees country in fear of criminal prosecution, on June 17, 2021 8:21 AM at 8:21 AM

Read More

Valyaryna Kustava, host of TV show Private

According to Belarusian poet and TV presenter Valyaryna Kustava, she left Belarus after at least two criminal cases were initiated against her. On June 16, Valyaryna said on Facebook that she was safe and secure.

On June 3, seven security officers broke into Kustava’s home. She was not at home at that time. The police also visited her parents at their workplaces. In addition, unknown people showed up at the parents’ apartment.

“All at the same time, the police and GUBAZIK came to my official workplace and those of my parents. Within a day, unknown people were rifling through my things and checked my neighbours. Until now, I do not know what exactly was confiscated: there is a suggestion that equipment, valuables, money were seized. There were unsuccessful attempts to hack my mailbox and social media profiles from my own computers. My apartment is still sealed off. And even my defence lawyer does not have access to it, as well as to my case files, because the Investigative Committee is still ‘working on’ it,” she said.

Officers of the Investigative Committee, State Control Committee, police, Main Directorate for Combating Organised Crime and Corruption (GUBOPiK/GUBAZiK) were hunting for her, the media worker stressed. It took Valyaryna several days to get to a safe place abroad. “I did not have a phone or any personal belongings, I was evacuated through forests and swamps,” she said.

It turned out that several criminal articles were not the worst thing that awaited me. Not only my things were confiscated from me, but my life in my Motherland as well,” the anchorwoman added.

Nobel laureate about leaving Belarus: ‘I would have been arrested sooner or later’

belsat.eu

, According to Belarusian poet and TV presenter Valyaryna Kustava, she left Belarus after at least two criminal cases were initiated against her. On June 16, Valyaryna said on Facebook that she was safe and secure.