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On Thursday, EU member countries submitted their proposals regarding the fourth package of sanctions which might be introduced against the representatives of the Lukashenka regime in the near future, Franak Vyachorka, an international advisor to Belarusian opposition leader Svyatlana Tsikhanouskaya, says on Telegram.

According to him, the policy makers are expected to consider 197 undesirable individuals along with several dozen entities and define the ‘candidates’ for blacklisting on April 12; then the rollout of new sanctions may be announced in a week or two.

However, all EU countries must give their consent to sanctioning a person or a company, Vyachorka stressed. Therefore, the final list may happen to be noticeably shorter.

“At the time being, the Lukashenka regime is among the world leaders in the number of sanctions imposed on it. And there is nothing to be proud of,” the advisor noted.

To date, the number of Belarusians blacklisted by the EU, the USA, the Baltic States, Canada, Switzerland has totallled to 327, Franak Vyachorka adds.

‘Our country is in crisis’. Tsikhanouskaya urges Belarusians to vote for holding regime-opposition talks

 

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, On Thursday, EU member countries submitted their proposals regarding the fourth package of sanctions which might be introduced against the representatives of the Lukashenka regime in the near future, Franak Vyachorka, an international advisor to Belarusian opposition leader Svyatlana Tsikhanouskaya, says on Telegram.

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On Thursday, EU member countries submitted their proposals regarding the fourth package of sanctions which might be introduced against the representatives of the Lukashenka regime in the near future, Franak Vyachorka, an international advisor to Belarusian opposition leader Svyatlana Tsikhanouskaya, says on Telegram.

According to him, the policy makers are expected to consider 197 undesirable individuals along with several dozen entities and define the ‘candidates’ for blacklisting on April 12; then the rollout of new sanctions may be announced in a week or two.

However, all EU countries must give their consent to sanctioning a person or a company, Vyachorka stressed. Therefore, the final list may happen to be noticeably shorter.

“At the time being, the Lukashenka regime is among the world leaders in the number of sanctions imposed on it. And there is nothing to be proud of,” the advisor noted.

To date, the number of Belarusians blacklisted by the EU, the USA, the Baltic States, Canada, Switzerland has totallled to 327, Franak Vyachorka adds.

‘Our country is in crisis’. Tsikhanouskaya urges Belarusians to vote for holding regime-opposition talks

 

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, On Thursday, EU member countries submitted their proposals regarding the fourth package of sanctions which might be introduced against the representatives of the Lukashenka regime in the near future, Franak Vyachorka, an international advisor to Belarusian opposition leader Svyatlana Tsikhanouskaya, says on Telegram.

News – belsat.eu, EU may announce 4th sanction package against Lukashenka regime in week or two – Tsikhanouskaya’s aide, on April 9, 2021 6:01 AM at 6:01 AM

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On Thursday, EU member countries submitted their proposals regarding the fourth package of sanctions which might be introduced against the representatives of the Lukashenka regime in the near future, Franak Vyachorka, an international advisor to Belarusian opposition leader Svyatlana Tsikhanouskaya, says on Telegram.

According to him, the policy makers are expected to consider 197 undesirable individuals along with several dozen entities and define the ‘candidates’ for blacklisting on April 12; then the rollout of new sanctions may be announced in a week or two.

However, all EU countries must give their consent to sanctioning a person or a company, Vyachorka stressed. Therefore, the final list may happen to be noticeably shorter.

“At the time being, the Lukashenka regime is among the world leaders in the number of sanctions imposed on it. And there is nothing to be proud of,” the advisor noted.

To date, the number of Belarusians blacklisted by the EU, the USA, the Baltic States, Canada, Switzerland has totallled to 327, Franak Vyachorka adds.

‘Our country is in crisis’. Tsikhanouskaya urges Belarusians to vote for holding regime-opposition talks

 

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, On Thursday, EU member countries submitted their proposals regarding the fourth package of sanctions which might be introduced against the representatives of the Lukashenka regime in the near future, Franak Vyachorka, an international advisor to Belarusian opposition leader Svyatlana Tsikhanouskaya, says on Telegram.

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On Thursday, EU member countries submitted their proposals regarding the fourth package of sanctions which might be introduced against the representatives of the Lukashenka regime in the near future, Franak Vyachorka, an international advisor to Belarusian opposition leader Svyatlana Tsikhanouskaya, says on Telegram.

According to him, the policy makers are expected to consider 197 undesirable individuals along with several dozen entities and define the ‘candidates’ for blacklisting on April 12; then the rollout of new sanctions may be announced in a week or two.

However, all EU countries must give their consent to sanctioning a person or a company, Vyachorka stressed. Therefore, the final list may happen to be noticeably shorter.

“At the time being, the Lukashenka regime is among the world leaders in the number of sanctions imposed on it. And there is nothing to be proud of,” the advisor noted.

To date, the number of Belarusians blacklisted by the EU, the USA, the Baltic States, Canada, Switzerland has totallled to 327, Franak Vyachorka adds.

‘Our country is in crisis’. Tsikhanouskaya urges Belarusians to vote for holding regime-opposition talks

 

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, On Thursday, EU member countries submitted their proposals regarding the fourth package of sanctions which might be introduced against the representatives of the Lukashenka regime in the near future, Franak Vyachorka, an international advisor to Belarusian opposition leader Svyatlana Tsikhanouskaya, says on Telegram.

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On Thursday, EU member countries submitted their proposals regarding the fourth package of sanctions which might be introduced against the representatives of the Lukashenka regime in the near future, Franak Vyachorka, an international advisor to Belarusian opposition leader Svyatlana Tsikhanouskaya, says on Telegram.

According to him, the policy makers are expected to consider 197 undesirable individuals along with several dozen entities and define the ‘candidates’ for blacklisting on April 12; then the rollout of new sanctions may be announced in a week or two.

However, all EU countries must give their consent to sanctioning a person or a company, Vyachorka stressed. Therefore, the final list may happen to be noticeably shorter.

“At the time being, the Lukashenka regime is among the world leaders in the number of sanctions imposed on it. And there is nothing to be proud of,” the advisor noted.

To date, the number of Belarusians blacklisted by the EU, the USA, the Baltic States, Canada, Switzerland has totallled to 327, Franak Vyachorka adds.

‘Our country is in crisis’. Tsikhanouskaya urges Belarusians to vote for holding regime-opposition talks

 

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, On Thursday, EU member countries submitted their proposals regarding the fourth package of sanctions which might be introduced against the representatives of the Lukashenka regime in the near future, Franak Vyachorka, an international advisor to Belarusian opposition leader Svyatlana Tsikhanouskaya, says on Telegram.

News – belsat.eu, EU may announce 4th sanction package against Lukashenka regime in week or two – Tsikhanouskaya’s aide, on April 9, 2021 6:01 AM at 6:01 AM

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On Thursday, EU member countries submitted their proposals regarding the fourth package of sanctions which might be introduced against the representatives of the Lukashenka regime in the near future, Franak Vyachorka, an international advisor to Belarusian opposition leader Svyatlana Tsikhanouskaya, says on Telegram.

According to him, the policy makers are expected to consider 197 undesirable individuals along with several dozen entities and define the ‘candidates’ for blacklisting on April 12; then the rollout of new sanctions may be announced in a week or two.

However, all EU countries must give their consent to sanctioning a person or a company, Vyachorka stressed. Therefore, the final list may happen to be noticeably shorter.

“At the time being, the Lukashenka regime is among the world leaders in the number of sanctions imposed on it. And there is nothing to be proud of,” the advisor noted.

To date, the number of Belarusians blacklisted by the EU, the USA, the Baltic States, Canada, Switzerland has totallled to 327, Franak Vyachorka adds.

‘Our country is in crisis’. Tsikhanouskaya urges Belarusians to vote for holding regime-opposition talks

 

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, On Thursday, EU member countries submitted their proposals regarding the fourth package of sanctions which might be introduced against the representatives of the Lukashenka regime in the near future, Franak Vyachorka, an international advisor to Belarusian opposition leader Svyatlana Tsikhanouskaya, says on Telegram.

News – belsat.eu, EU may announce 4th sanction package against Lukashenka regime in week or two – Tsikhanouskaya’s aide, on April 9, 2021 6:01 AM at 6:01 AM

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On Thursday, EU member countries submitted their proposals regarding the fourth package of sanctions which might be introduced against the representatives of the Lukashenka regime in the near future, Franak Vyachorka, an international advisor to Belarusian opposition leader Svyatlana Tsikhanouskaya, says on Telegram.

According to him, the policy makers are expected to consider 197 undesirable individuals along with several dozen entities and define the ‘candidates’ for blacklisting on April 12; then the rollout of new sanctions may be announced in a week or two.

However, all EU countries must give their consent to sanctioning a person or a company, Vyachorka stressed. Therefore, the final list may happen to be noticeably shorter.

“At the time being, the Lukashenka regime is among the world leaders in the number of sanctions imposed on it. And there is nothing to be proud of,” the advisor noted.

To date, the number of Belarusians blacklisted by the EU, the USA, the Baltic States, Canada, Switzerland has totallled to 327, Franak Vyachorka adds.

‘Our country is in crisis’. Tsikhanouskaya urges Belarusians to vote for holding regime-opposition talks

 

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, On Thursday, EU member countries submitted their proposals regarding the fourth package of sanctions which might be introduced against the representatives of the Lukashenka regime in the near future, Franak Vyachorka, an international advisor to Belarusian opposition leader Svyatlana Tsikhanouskaya, says on Telegram.

News – belsat.eu, EU may announce 4th sanction package against Lukashenka regime in week or two – Tsikhanouskaya’s aide, on April 9, 2021 6:01 AM at 6:01 AM

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On Thursday, EU member countries submitted their proposals regarding the fourth package of sanctions which might be introduced against the representatives of the Lukashenka regime in the near future, Franak Vyachorka, an international advisor to Belarusian opposition leader Svyatlana Tsikhanouskaya, says on Telegram.

According to him, the policy makers are expected to consider 197 undesirable individuals along with several dozen entities and define the ‘candidates’ for blacklisting on April 12; then the rollout of new sanctions may be announced in a week or two.

However, all EU countries must give their consent to sanctioning a person or a company, Vyachorka stressed. Therefore, the final list may happen to be noticeably shorter.

“At the time being, the Lukashenka regime is among the world leaders in the number of sanctions imposed on it. And there is nothing to be proud of,” the advisor noted.

To date, the number of Belarusians blacklisted by the EU, the USA, the Baltic States, Canada, Switzerland has totallled to 327, Franak Vyachorka adds.

‘Our country is in crisis’. Tsikhanouskaya urges Belarusians to vote for holding regime-opposition talks

 

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, On Thursday, EU member countries submitted their proposals regarding the fourth package of sanctions which might be introduced against the representatives of the Lukashenka regime in the near future, Franak Vyachorka, an international advisor to Belarusian opposition leader Svyatlana Tsikhanouskaya, says on Telegram.

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On Thursday, EU member countries submitted their proposals regarding the fourth package of sanctions which might be introduced against the representatives of the Lukashenka regime in the near future, Franak Vyachorka, an international advisor to Belarusian opposition leader Svyatlana Tsikhanouskaya, says on Telegram.

According to him, the policy makers are expected to consider 197 undesirable individuals along with several dozen entities and define the ‘candidates’ for blacklisting on April 12; then the rollout of new sanctions may be announced in a week or two.

However, all EU countries must give their consent to sanctioning a person or a company, Vyachorka stressed. Therefore, the final list may happen to be noticeably shorter.

“At the time being, the Lukashenka regime is among the world leaders in the number of sanctions imposed on it. And there is nothing to be proud of,” the advisor noted.

To date, the number of Belarusians blacklisted by the EU, the USA, the Baltic States, Canada, Switzerland has totallled to 327, Franak Vyachorka adds.

‘Our country is in crisis’. Tsikhanouskaya urges Belarusians to vote for holding regime-opposition talks

 

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, On Thursday, EU member countries submitted their proposals regarding the fourth package of sanctions which might be introduced against the representatives of the Lukashenka regime in the near future, Franak Vyachorka, an international advisor to Belarusian opposition leader Svyatlana Tsikhanouskaya, says on Telegram.

News – belsat.eu, EU may announce 4th sanction package against Lukashenka regime in week or two – Tsikhanouskaya’s aide, on April 9, 2021 6:01 AM at 6:01 AM

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On Thursday, EU member countries submitted their proposals regarding the fourth package of sanctions which might be introduced against the representatives of the Lukashenka regime in the near future, Franak Vyachorka, an international advisor to Belarusian opposition leader Svyatlana Tsikhanouskaya, says on Telegram.

According to him, the policy makers are expected to consider 197 undesirable individuals along with several dozen entities and define the ‘candidates’ for blacklisting on April 12; then the rollout of new sanctions may be announced in a week or two.

However, all EU countries must give their consent to sanctioning a person or a company, Vyachorka stressed. Therefore, the final list may happen to be noticeably shorter.

“At the time being, the Lukashenka regime is among the world leaders in the number of sanctions imposed on it. And there is nothing to be proud of,” the advisor noted.

To date, the number of Belarusians blacklisted by the EU, the USA, the Baltic States, Canada, Switzerland has totallled to 327, Franak Vyachorka adds.

‘Our country is in crisis’. Tsikhanouskaya urges Belarusians to vote for holding regime-opposition talks

 

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, On Thursday, EU member countries submitted their proposals regarding the fourth package of sanctions which might be introduced against the representatives of the Lukashenka regime in the near future, Franak Vyachorka, an international advisor to Belarusian opposition leader Svyatlana Tsikhanouskaya, says on Telegram.

News – belsat.eu, EU may announce 4th sanction package against Lukashenka regime in week or two – Tsikhanouskaya’s aide, on April 9, 2021 6:01 AM at 6:01 AM

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On Thursday, EU member countries submitted their proposals regarding the fourth package of sanctions which might be introduced against the representatives of the Lukashenka regime in the near future, Franak Vyachorka, an international advisor to Belarusian opposition leader Svyatlana Tsikhanouskaya, says on Telegram.

According to him, the policy makers are expected to consider 197 undesirable individuals along with several dozen entities and define the ‘candidates’ for blacklisting on April 12; then the rollout of new sanctions may be announced in a week or two.

However, all EU countries must give their consent to sanctioning a person or a company, Vyachorka stressed. Therefore, the final list may happen to be noticeably shorter.

“At the time being, the Lukashenka regime is among the world leaders in the number of sanctions imposed on it. And there is nothing to be proud of,” the advisor noted.

To date, the number of Belarusians blacklisted by the EU, the USA, the Baltic States, Canada, Switzerland has totallled to 327, Franak Vyachorka adds.

‘Our country is in crisis’. Tsikhanouskaya urges Belarusians to vote for holding regime-opposition talks

 

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, On Thursday, EU member countries submitted their proposals regarding the fourth package of sanctions which might be introduced against the representatives of the Lukashenka regime in the near future, Franak Vyachorka, an international advisor to Belarusian opposition leader Svyatlana Tsikhanouskaya, says on Telegram.

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On Thursday, EU member countries submitted their proposals regarding the fourth package of sanctions which might be introduced against the representatives of the Lukashenka regime in the near future, Franak Vyachorka, an international advisor to Belarusian opposition leader Svyatlana Tsikhanouskaya, says on Telegram.

According to him, the policy makers are expected to consider 197 undesirable individuals along with several dozen entities and define the ‘candidates’ for blacklisting on April 12; then the rollout of new sanctions may be announced in a week or two.

However, all EU countries must give their consent to sanctioning a person or a company, Vyachorka stressed. Therefore, the final list may happen to be noticeably shorter.

“At the time being, the Lukashenka regime is among the world leaders in the number of sanctions imposed on it. And there is nothing to be proud of,” the advisor noted.

To date, the number of Belarusians blacklisted by the EU, the USA, the Baltic States, Canada, Switzerland has totallled to 327, Franak Vyachorka adds.

‘Our country is in crisis’. Tsikhanouskaya urges Belarusians to vote for holding regime-opposition talks

 

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, On Thursday, EU member countries submitted their proposals regarding the fourth package of sanctions which might be introduced against the representatives of the Lukashenka regime in the near future, Franak Vyachorka, an international advisor to Belarusian opposition leader Svyatlana Tsikhanouskaya, says on Telegram.

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On Thursday, EU member countries submitted their proposals regarding the fourth package of sanctions which might be introduced against the representatives of the Lukashenka regime in the near future, Franak Vyachorka, an international advisor to Belarusian opposition leader Svyatlana Tsikhanouskaya, says on Telegram.

According to him, the policy makers are expected to consider 197 undesirable individuals along with several dozen entities and define the ‘candidates’ for blacklisting on April 12; then the rollout of new sanctions may be announced in a week or two.

However, all EU countries must give their consent to sanctioning a person or a company, Vyachorka stressed. Therefore, the final list may happen to be noticeably shorter.

“At the time being, the Lukashenka regime is among the world leaders in the number of sanctions imposed on it. And there is nothing to be proud of,” the advisor noted.

To date, the number of Belarusians blacklisted by the EU, the USA, the Baltic States, Canada, Switzerland has totallled to 327, Franak Vyachorka adds.

‘Our country is in crisis’. Tsikhanouskaya urges Belarusians to vote for holding regime-opposition talks

 

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, On Thursday, EU member countries submitted their proposals regarding the fourth package of sanctions which might be introduced against the representatives of the Lukashenka regime in the near future, Franak Vyachorka, an international advisor to Belarusian opposition leader Svyatlana Tsikhanouskaya, says on Telegram.

News – belsat.eu, EU may announce 4th sanction package against Lukashenka regime in week or two – Tsikhanouskaya’s aide, on April 9, 2021 6:01 AM at 6:01 AM

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On Thursday, EU member countries submitted their proposals regarding the fourth package of sanctions which might be introduced against the representatives of the Lukashenka regime in the near future, Franak Vyachorka, an international advisor to Belarusian opposition leader Svyatlana Tsikhanouskaya, says on Telegram.

According to him, the policy makers are expected to consider 197 undesirable individuals along with several dozen entities and define the ‘candidates’ for blacklisting on April 12; then the rollout of new sanctions may be announced in a week or two.

However, all EU countries must give their consent to sanctioning a person or a company, Vyachorka stressed. Therefore, the final list may happen to be noticeably shorter.

“At the time being, the Lukashenka regime is among the world leaders in the number of sanctions imposed on it. And there is nothing to be proud of,” the advisor noted.

To date, the number of Belarusians blacklisted by the EU, the USA, the Baltic States, Canada, Switzerland has totallled to 327, Franak Vyachorka adds.

‘Our country is in crisis’. Tsikhanouskaya urges Belarusians to vote for holding regime-opposition talks

 

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, On Thursday, EU member countries submitted their proposals regarding the fourth package of sanctions which might be introduced against the representatives of the Lukashenka regime in the near future, Franak Vyachorka, an international advisor to Belarusian opposition leader Svyatlana Tsikhanouskaya, says on Telegram.

News – belsat.eu, EU may announce 4th sanction package against Lukashenka regime in week or two – Tsikhanouskaya’s aide, on April 9, 2021 6:01 AM at 6:01 AM

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On Thursday, EU member countries submitted their proposals regarding the fourth package of sanctions which might be introduced against the representatives of the Lukashenka regime in the near future, Franak Vyachorka, an international advisor to Belarusian opposition leader Svyatlana Tsikhanouskaya, says on Telegram.

According to him, the policy makers are expected to consider 197 undesirable individuals along with several dozen entities and define the ‘candidates’ for blacklisting on April 12; then the rollout of new sanctions may be announced in a week or two.

However, all EU countries must give their consent to sanctioning a person or a company, Vyachorka stressed. Therefore, the final list may happen to be noticeably shorter.

“At the time being, the Lukashenka regime is among the world leaders in the number of sanctions imposed on it. And there is nothing to be proud of,” the advisor noted.

To date, the number of Belarusians blacklisted by the EU, the USA, the Baltic States, Canada, Switzerland has totallled to 327, Franak Vyachorka adds.

‘Our country is in crisis’. Tsikhanouskaya urges Belarusians to vote for holding regime-opposition talks

 

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, On Thursday, EU member countries submitted their proposals regarding the fourth package of sanctions which might be introduced against the representatives of the Lukashenka regime in the near future, Franak Vyachorka, an international advisor to Belarusian opposition leader Svyatlana Tsikhanouskaya, says on Telegram.

News – belsat.eu, EU may announce 4th sanction package against Lukashenka regime in week or two – Tsikhanouskaya’s aide, on April 9, 2021 6:01 AM at 6:01 AM

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On Thursday, EU member countries submitted their proposals regarding the fourth package of sanctions which might be introduced against the representatives of the Lukashenka regime in the near future, Franak Vyachorka, an international advisor to Belarusian opposition leader Svyatlana Tsikhanouskaya, says on Telegram.

According to him, the policy makers are expected to consider 197 undesirable individuals along with several dozen entities and define the ‘candidates’ for blacklisting on April 12; then the rollout of new sanctions may be announced in a week or two.

However, all EU countries must give their consent to sanctioning a person or a company, Vyachorka stressed. Therefore, the final list may happen to be noticeably shorter.

“At the time being, the Lukashenka regime is among the world leaders in the number of sanctions imposed on it. And there is nothing to be proud of,” the advisor noted.

To date, the number of Belarusians blacklisted by the EU, the USA, the Baltic States, Canada, Switzerland has totallled to 327, Franak Vyachorka adds.

‘Our country is in crisis’. Tsikhanouskaya urges Belarusians to vote for holding regime-opposition talks

 

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, On Thursday, EU member countries submitted their proposals regarding the fourth package of sanctions which might be introduced against the representatives of the Lukashenka regime in the near future, Franak Vyachorka, an international advisor to Belarusian opposition leader Svyatlana Tsikhanouskaya, says on Telegram.

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On Thursday, EU member countries submitted their proposals regarding the fourth package of sanctions which might be introduced against the representatives of the Lukashenka regime in the near future, Franak Vyachorka, an international advisor to Belarusian opposition leader Svyatlana Tsikhanouskaya, says on Telegram.

According to him, the policy makers are expected to consider 197 undesirable individuals along with several dozen entities and define the ‘candidates’ for blacklisting on April 12; then the rollout of new sanctions may be announced in a week or two.

However, all EU countries must give their consent to sanctioning a person or a company, Vyachorka stressed. Therefore, the final list may happen to be noticeably shorter.

“At the time being, the Lukashenka regime is among the world leaders in the number of sanctions imposed on it. And there is nothing to be proud of,” the advisor noted.

To date, the number of Belarusians blacklisted by the EU, the USA, the Baltic States, Canada, Switzerland has totallled to 327, Franak Vyachorka adds.

‘Our country is in crisis’. Tsikhanouskaya urges Belarusians to vote for holding regime-opposition talks

 

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, On Thursday, EU member countries submitted their proposals regarding the fourth package of sanctions which might be introduced against the representatives of the Lukashenka regime in the near future, Franak Vyachorka, an international advisor to Belarusian opposition leader Svyatlana Tsikhanouskaya, says on Telegram.

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On Thursday, EU member countries submitted their proposals regarding the fourth package of sanctions which might be introduced against the representatives of the Lukashenka regime in the near future, Franak Vyachorka, an international advisor to Belarusian opposition leader Svyatlana Tsikhanouskaya, says on Telegram.

According to him, the policy makers are expected to consider 197 undesirable individuals along with several dozen entities and define the ‘candidates’ for blacklisting on April 12; then another package of sanctions may be announced in a week or two.

However, all EU countries must give their consent to sanctioning a person or a company, Vyachorka stressed. Therefore, the final list may happen to be noticeably shorter.

“At the time being, the Lukashenka regime is among the world leaders in the number of sanctions imposed on it. And there is nothing to be proud of,” the advisor noted.

To date, the number of Belarusians blacklisted by the EU, the USA, the Baltic States, Canada, Switzerland has totallled to 327, Franak Vyachorka adds.

‘Our country is in crisis’. Tsikhanouskaya urges Belarusians to vote for holding regime-opposition talks

 

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, On Thursday, EU member countries submitted their proposals regarding the fourth package of sanctions which might be introduced against the representatives of the Lukashenka regime in the near future, Franak Vyachorka, an international advisor to Belarusian opposition leader Svyatlana Tsikhanouskaya, says on Telegram.

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On Thursday, EU member countries submitted their proposals regarding the fourth package of sanctions which might be introduced against the representatives of the Lukashenka regime in the near future, Franak Vyachorka, an international advisor to Belarusian opposition leader Svyatlana Tsikhanouskaya, says on Telegram.

According to him, the policy makers are expected to consider 197 undesirable individuals along with several dozen entities and define the ‘candidates’ for blacklisting on April 12; then another package of sanctions may be announced in a week or two.

However, all EU countries must give their consent to sanctioning a person or a company, Vyachorka stressed. Therefore, the final list may happen to be noticeably shorter.

“At the time being, the Lukashenka regime is among the world leaders in the number of sanctions imposed on it. And there is nothing to be proud of,” the advisor noted.

To date, the number of Belarusians blacklisted by the EU, the USA, the Baltic States, Canada, Switzerland has totallled to 327, Franak Vyachorka adds.

‘Our country is in crisis’. Tsikhanouskaya urges Belarusians to vote for holding regime-opposition talks

 

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, On Thursday, EU member countries submitted their proposals regarding the fourth package of sanctions which might be introduced against the representatives of the Lukashenka regime in the near future, Franak Vyachorka, an international advisor to Belarusian opposition leader Svyatlana Tsikhanouskaya, says on Telegram.

News – belsat.eu, Human rights activists recognize five more Belarusians as political prisoners, on April 9, 2021 5:14 AM at 5:14 AM

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Representatives of the Belarusian human rights community have recognized five more people as political prisoners. The list includes people who had been detained for insulting the president, government officials (police), judges and violation of state symbols, reports the human rights center “Viasna”.

Among the political prisoners are Stanislau Paulinkovich, sentenced to two years’ imprisonment under Article 391 of the Criminal Code (“Insulting a judge”), Valer Laza, sentenced to 2.5 years’ restricted freedom under Article 369 of the Criminal Code (“Insulting a public officer”), Yury Karnilovich, sentenced to three years’ restricted freedom under Article 369 of the Criminal Code (“Insulting a representative of the authority”), Pavel Berasneu, sentenced to 1.5 years of restricted freedom under Art 369 of the Criminal Code (“Insulting a representative of the authority”), Vital Zaradzei, accused under Art 391 of the Criminal Code (“Insulting a judge”), kept in custody in the detention center of Brest.

Human rights activists demand the release of all political prisoners and an end to political repression against citizens.

As of April 8, 342 persons have been recognized political prisoners in Belarus.

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, As of April 8, 342 persons have been recognized political prisoners in Belarus.

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Representatives of the Belarusian human rights community have recognized five more people as political prisoners. The list includes people who had been detained for insulting the president, government officials (police), judges and violation of state symbols, reports the human rights center “Viasna”.

Among the political prisoners are Stanislau Paulinkovich, sentenced to two years’ imprisonment under Article 391 of the Criminal Code (“Insulting a judge”), Valer Laza, sentenced to 2.5 years’ restricted freedom under Article 369 of the Criminal Code (“Insulting a public officer”), Yury Karnilovich, sentenced to three years’ restricted freedom under Article 369 of the Criminal Code (“Insulting a representative of the authority”), Pavel Berasneu, sentenced to 1.5 years of restricted freedom under Art 369 of the Criminal Code (“Insulting a representative of the authority”), Vital Zaradzei, accused under Art 391 of the Criminal Code (“Insulting a judge”), kept in custody in the detention center of Brest.

Human rights activists demand the release of all political prisoners and an end to political repression against citizens.

As of April 8, 342 persons have been recognized political prisoners in Belarus.

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, As of April 8, 342 persons have been recognized political prisoners in Belarus.

News – belsat.eu, Human rights activists recognize five more Belarusians as political prisoners, on April 9, 2021 5:14 AM at 5:14 AM

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Representatives of the Belarusian human rights community have recognized five more people as political prisoners. The list includes people who had been detained for insulting the president, government officials (police), judges and violation of state symbols, reports the human rights center “Viasna”.

Among the political prisoners are Stanislau Paulinkovich, sentenced to two years’ imprisonment under Article 391 of the Criminal Code (“Insulting a judge”), Valer Laza, sentenced to 2.5 years’ restricted freedom under Article 369 of the Criminal Code (“Insulting a public officer”), Yury Karnilovich, sentenced to three years’ restricted freedom under Article 369 of the Criminal Code (“Insulting a representative of the authority”), Pavel Berasneu, sentenced to 1.5 years of restricted freedom under Art 369 of the Criminal Code (“Insulting a representative of the authority”), Vital Zaradzei, accused under Art 391 of the Criminal Code (“Insulting a judge”), kept in custody in the detention center of Brest.

Human rights activists demand the release of all political prisoners and an end to political repression against citizens.

As of April 8, 342 persons have been recognized political prisoners in Belarus.

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, As of April 8, 342 persons have been recognized political prisoners in Belarus.

News – belsat.eu, Human rights activists recognize five more Belarusians as political prisoners, on April 9, 2021 5:14 AM at 5:14 AM

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Representatives of the Belarusian human rights community have recognized five more people as political prisoners. The list includes people who had been detained for insulting the president, government officials (police), judges and violation of state symbols, reports the human rights center “Viasna”.

Among the political prisoners are Stanislau Paulinkovich, sentenced to two years’ imprisonment under Article 391 of the Criminal Code (“Insulting a judge”), Valer Laza, sentenced to 2.5 years’ restricted freedom under Article 369 of the Criminal Code (“Insulting a public officer”), Yury Karnilovich, sentenced to three years’ restricted freedom under Article 369 of the Criminal Code (“Insulting a representative of the authority”), Pavel Berasneu, sentenced to 1.5 years of restricted freedom under Art 369 of the Criminal Code (“Insulting a representative of the authority”), Vital Zaradzei, accused under Art 391 of the Criminal Code (“Insulting a judge”), kept in custody in the detention center of Brest.

Human rights activists demand the release of all political prisoners and an end to political repression against citizens.

As of April 8, 342 persons have been recognized political prisoners in Belarus.

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, As of April 8, 342 persons have been recognized political prisoners in Belarus.

News – belsat.eu, Human rights activists recognize five more Belarusians as political prisoners, on April 9, 2021 5:14 AM at 5:14 AM

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Representatives of the Belarusian human rights community have recognized five more people as political prisoners. The list includes people who had been detained for insulting the president, government officials (police), judges and violation of state symbols, reports the human rights center “Viasna”.

Among the political prisoners are Stanislau Paulinkovich, sentenced to two years’ imprisonment under Article 391 of the Criminal Code (“Insulting a judge”), Valer Laza, sentenced to 2.5 years’ restricted freedom under Article 369 of the Criminal Code (“Insulting a public officer”), Yury Karnilovich, sentenced to three years’ restricted freedom under Article 369 of the Criminal Code (“Insulting a representative of the authority”), Pavel Berasneu, sentenced to 1.5 years of restricted freedom under Art 369 of the Criminal Code (“Insulting a representative of the authority”), Vital Zaradzei, accused under Art 391 of the Criminal Code (“Insulting a judge”), kept in custody in the detention center of Brest.

Human rights activists demand the release of all political prisoners and an end to political repression against citizens.

As of April 8, 342 persons have been recognized political prisoners in Belarus.

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, As of April 8, 342 persons have been recognized political prisoners in Belarus.

News – belsat.eu, Human rights activists recognize five more Belarusians as political prisoners, on April 9, 2021 5:14 AM at 5:14 AM

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Representatives of the Belarusian human rights community have recognized five more people as political prisoners. The list includes people who had been detained for insulting the president, government officials (police), judges and violation of state symbols, reports the human rights center “Viasna”.

Among the political prisoners are Stanislau Paulinkovich, sentenced to two years’ imprisonment under Article 391 of the Criminal Code (“Insulting a judge”), Valer Laza, sentenced to 2.5 years’ restricted freedom under Article 369 of the Criminal Code (“Insulting a public officer”), Yury Karnilovich, sentenced to three years’ restricted freedom under Article 369 of the Criminal Code (“Insulting a representative of the authority”), Pavel Berasneu, sentenced to 1.5 years of restricted freedom under Art 369 of the Criminal Code (“Insulting a representative of the authority”), Vital Zaradzei, accused under Art 391 of the Criminal Code (“Insulting a judge”), kept in custody in the detention center of Brest.

Human rights activists demand the release of all political prisoners and an end to political repression against citizens.

As of April 8, 342 persons have been recognized political prisoners in Belarus.

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, As of April 8, 342 persons have been recognized political prisoners in Belarus.

News – belsat.eu, Human rights activists recognize five more Belarusians as political prisoners, on April 9, 2021 5:14 AM at 5:14 AM

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Representatives of the Belarusian human rights community have recognized five more people as political prisoners. The list includes people who had been detained for insulting the president, government officials (police), judges and violation of state symbols, reports the human rights center “Viasna”.

Among the political prisoners are Stanislau Paulinkovich, sentenced to two years’ imprisonment under Article 391 of the Criminal Code (“Insulting a judge”), Valer Laza, sentenced to 2.5 years’ restricted freedom under Article 369 of the Criminal Code (“Insulting a public officer”), Yury Karnilovich, sentenced to three years’ restricted freedom under Article 369 of the Criminal Code (“Insulting a representative of the authority”), Pavel Berasneu, sentenced to 1.5 years of restricted freedom under Art 369 of the Criminal Code (“Insulting a representative of the authority”), Vital Zaradzei, accused under Art 391 of the Criminal Code (“Insulting a judge”), kept in custody in the detention center of Brest.

Human rights activists demand the release of all political prisoners and an end to political repression against citizens.

As of April 8, 342 persons have been recognized political prisoners in Belarus.

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, As of April 8, 342 persons have been recognized political prisoners in Belarus.

News – belsat.eu, Human rights activists recognize five more Belarusians as political prisoners, on April 9, 2021 5:14 AM at 5:14 AM

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Representatives of the Belarusian human rights community have recognized five more people as political prisoners. The list includes people who had been detained for insulting the president, government officials (police), judges and violation of state symbols, reports the human rights center “Viasna”.

Among the political prisoners are Stanislau Paulinkovich, sentenced to two years’ imprisonment under Article 391 of the Criminal Code (“Insulting a judge”), Valer Laza, sentenced to 2.5 years’ restricted freedom under Article 369 of the Criminal Code (“Insulting a public officer”), Yury Karnilovich, sentenced to three years’ restricted freedom under Article 369 of the Criminal Code (“Insulting a representative of the authority”), Pavel Berasneu, sentenced to 1.5 years of restricted freedom under Art 369 of the Criminal Code (“Insulting a representative of the authority”), Vital Zaradzei, accused under Art 391 of the Criminal Code (“Insulting a judge”), kept in custody in the detention center of Brest.

Human rights activists demand the release of all political prisoners and an end to political repression against citizens.

As of April 8, 342 persons have been recognized political prisoners in Belarus.

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, As of April 8, 342 persons have been recognized political prisoners in Belarus.

News – belsat.eu, Human rights activists recognize five more Belarusians as political prisoners, on April 9, 2021 5:14 AM at 5:14 AM

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Representatives of the Belarusian human rights community have recognized five more people as political prisoners. The list includes people who had been detained for insulting the president, government officials (police), judges and violation of state symbols, reports the human rights center “Viasna”.

Among the political prisoners are Stanislau Paulinkovich, sentenced to two years’ imprisonment under Article 391 of the Criminal Code (“Insulting a judge”), Valer Laza, sentenced to 2.5 years’ restricted freedom under Article 369 of the Criminal Code (“Insulting a public officer”), Yury Karnilovich, sentenced to three years’ restricted freedom under Article 369 of the Criminal Code (“Insulting a representative of the authority”), Pavel Berasneu, sentenced to 1.5 years of restricted freedom under Art 369 of the Criminal Code (“Insulting a representative of the authority”), Vital Zaradzei, accused under Art 391 of the Criminal Code (“Insulting a judge”), kept in custody in the detention center of Brest.

Human rights activists demand the release of all political prisoners and an end to political repression against citizens.

As of April 8, 342 persons have been recognized political prisoners in Belarus.

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, As of April 8, 342 persons have been recognized political prisoners in Belarus.

News – belsat.eu, Human rights activists recognize five more Belarusians as political prisoners, on April 9, 2021 5:14 AM at 5:14 AM

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Representatives of the Belarusian human rights community have recognized five more people as political prisoners. The list includes people who had been detained for insulting the president, government officials (police), judges and violation of state symbols, reports the human rights center “Viasna”.

Among the political prisoners are Stanislau Paulinkovich, sentenced to two years’ imprisonment under Article 391 of the Criminal Code (“Insulting a judge”), Valer Laza, sentenced to 2.5 years’ restricted freedom under Article 369 of the Criminal Code (“Insulting a public officer”), Yury Karnilovich, sentenced to three years’ restricted freedom under Article 369 of the Criminal Code (“Insulting a representative of the authority”), Pavel Berasneu, sentenced to 1.5 years of restricted freedom under Art 369 of the Criminal Code (“Insulting a representative of the authority”), Vital Zaradzei, accused under Art 391 of the Criminal Code (“Insulting a judge”), kept in custody in the detention center of Brest.

Human rights activists demand the release of all political prisoners and an end to political repression against citizens.

As of April 8, 342 persons have been recognized political prisoners in Belarus.

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, As of April 8, 342 persons have been recognized political prisoners in Belarus.

News – belsat.eu, Human rights activists recognize five more Belarusians as political prisoners, on April 9, 2021 5:14 AM at 5:14 AM

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Representatives of the Belarusian human rights community have recognized five more people as political prisoners. The list includes people who had been detained for insulting the president, government officials (police), judges and violation of state symbols, reports the human rights center “Viasna”.

Among the political prisoners are Stanislau Paulinkovich, sentenced to two years’ imprisonment under Article 391 of the Criminal Code (“Insulting a judge”), Valer Laza, sentenced to 2.5 years’ restricted freedom under Article 369 of the Criminal Code (“Insulting a public officer”), Yury Karnilovich, sentenced to three years’ restricted freedom under Article 369 of the Criminal Code (“Insulting a representative of the authority”), Pavel Berasneu, sentenced to 1.5 years of restricted freedom under Art 369 of the Criminal Code (“Insulting a representative of the authority”), Vital Zaradzei, accused under Art 391 of the Criminal Code (“Insulting a judge”), kept in custody in the detention center of Brest.

Human rights activists demand the release of all political prisoners and an end to political repression against citizens.

As of April 8, 342 persons have been recognized political prisoners in Belarus.

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, As of April 8, 342 persons have been recognized political prisoners in Belarus.

News – belsat.eu, Human rights activists recognize five more Belarusians as political prisoners, on April 9, 2021 5:14 AM at 5:14 AM

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Representatives of the Belarusian human rights community have recognized five more people as political prisoners. The list includes people who had been detained for insulting the president, government officials (police), judges and violation of state symbols, reports the human rights center “Viasna”.

Among the political prisoners are Stanislau Paulinkovich, sentenced to two years’ imprisonment under Article 391 of the Criminal Code (“Insulting a judge”), Valer Laza, sentenced to 2.5 years’ restricted freedom under Article 369 of the Criminal Code (“Insulting a public officer”), Yury Karnilovich, sentenced to three years’ restricted freedom under Article 369 of the Criminal Code (“Insulting a representative of the authority”), Pavel Berasneu, sentenced to 1.5 years of restricted freedom under Art 369 of the Criminal Code (“Insulting a representative of the authority”), Vital Zaradzei, accused under Art 391 of the Criminal Code (“Insulting a judge”), kept in custody in the detention center of Brest.

Human rights activists demand the release of all political prisoners and an end to political repression against citizens.

As of April 8, 342 persons have been recognized political prisoners in Belarus.

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, As of April 8, 342 persons have been recognized political prisoners in Belarus.

News – belsat.eu, Human rights activists recognize five more Belarusians as political prisoners, on April 9, 2021 5:14 AM at 5:14 AM

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Representatives of the Belarusian human rights community have recognized five more people as political prisoners. The list includes people who had been detained for insulting the president, government officials (police), judges and violation of state symbols, reports the human rights center “Viasna”.

Among the political prisoners are Stanislau Paulinkovich, sentenced to two years’ imprisonment under Article 391 of the Criminal Code (“Insulting a judge”), Valer Laza, sentenced to 2.5 years’ restricted freedom under Article 369 of the Criminal Code (“Insulting a public officer”), Yury Karnilovich, sentenced to three years’ restricted freedom under Article 369 of the Criminal Code (“Insulting a representative of the authority”), Pavel Berasneu, sentenced to 1.5 years of restricted freedom under Art 369 of the Criminal Code (“Insulting a representative of the authority”), Vital Zaradzei, accused under Art 391 of the Criminal Code (“Insulting a judge”), kept in custody in the detention center of Brest.

Human rights activists demand the release of all political prisoners and an end to political repression against citizens.

As of April 8, 342 persons have been recognized political prisoners in Belarus.

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, As of April 8, 342 persons have been recognized political prisoners in Belarus.

News – belsat.eu, Human rights activists recognize five more Belarusians as political prisoners, on April 9, 2021 5:14 AM at 5:14 AM

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Representatives of the Belarusian human rights community have recognized five more people as political prisoners. The list includes people who had been detained for insulting the president, government officials (police), judges and violation of state symbols, reports the human rights center “Viasna”.

Among the political prisoners are Stanislau Paulinkovich, sentenced to two years’ imprisonment under Article 391 of the Criminal Code (“Insulting a judge”), Valer Laza, sentenced to 2.5 years’ restricted freedom under Article 369 of the Criminal Code (“Insulting a public officer”), Yury Karnilovich, sentenced to three years’ restricted freedom under Article 369 of the Criminal Code (“Insulting a representative of the authority”), Pavel Berasneu, sentenced to 1.5 years of restricted freedom under Art 369 of the Criminal Code (“Insulting a representative of the authority”), Vital Zaradzei, accused under Art 391 of the Criminal Code (“Insulting a judge”), kept in custody in the detention center of Brest.

Human rights activists demand the release of all political prisoners and an end to political repression against citizens.

As of April 8, 342 persons have been recognized political prisoners in Belarus.

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, As of April 8, 342 persons have been recognized political prisoners in Belarus.

News – belsat.eu, Human rights activists recognize five more Belarusians as political prisoners, on April 9, 2021 5:14 AM at 5:14 AM

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Representatives of the Belarusian human rights community have recognized five more people as political prisoners. The list includes people who had been detained for insulting the president, government officials (police), judges and violation of state symbols, reports the human rights center “Viasna”.

Among the political prisoners are Stanislau Paulinkovich, sentenced to two years’ imprisonment under Article 391 of the Criminal Code (“Insulting a judge”), Valer Laza, sentenced to 2.5 years’ restricted freedom under Article 369 of the Criminal Code (“Insulting a public officer”), Yury Karnilovich, sentenced to three years’ restricted freedom under Article 369 of the Criminal Code (“Insulting a representative of the authority”), Pavel Berasneu, sentenced to 1.5 years of restricted freedom under Art 369 of the Criminal Code (“Insulting a representative of the authority”), Vital Zaradzei, accused under Art 391 of the Criminal Code (“Insulting a judge”), kept in custody in the detention center of Brest.

Human rights activists demand the release of all political prisoners and an end to political repression against citizens.

As of April 8, 342 persons have been recognized political prisoners in Belarus.

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, As of April 8, 342 persons have been recognized political prisoners in Belarus.

News – belsat.eu, Human rights activists recognize five more Belarusians as political prisoners, on April 9, 2021 5:14 AM at 5:14 AM

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Representatives of the Belarusian human rights community have recognized five more people as political prisoners. The list includes people who had been detained for insulting the president, government officials (police), judges and violation of state symbols, reports the human rights center “Viasna”.

Among the political prisoners are Stanislau Paulinkovich, sentenced to two years’ imprisonment under Article 391 of the Criminal Code (“Insulting a judge”), Valer Laza, sentenced to 2.5 years’ restricted freedom under Article 369 of the Criminal Code (“Insulting a public officer”), Yury Karnilovich, sentenced to three years’ restricted freedom under Article 369 of the Criminal Code (“Insulting a representative of the authority”), Pavel Berasneu, sentenced to 1.5 years of restricted freedom under Art 369 of the Criminal Code (“Insulting a representative of the authority”), Vital Zaradzei, accused under Art 391 of the Criminal Code (“Insulting a judge”), kept in custody in the detention center of Brest.

Human rights activists demand the release of all political prisoners and an end to political repression against citizens.

As of April 8, 342 persons have been recognized political prisoners in Belarus.

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, As of April 8, 342 persons have been recognized political prisoners in Belarus.

News – belsat.eu, Human rights activists recognize five more Belarusians as political prisoners, on April 9, 2021 5:14 AM at 5:14 AM

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Representatives of the Belarusian human rights community have recognized five more people as political prisoners. The list includes people who had been detained for insulting the president, government officials (police), judges and violation of state symbols, reports the human rights center “Viasna”.

Among the political prisoners are Stanislau Paulinkovich, sentenced to two years’ imprisonment under Article 391 of the Criminal Code (“Insulting a judge”), Valer Laza, sentenced to 2.5 years’ restricted freedom under Article 369 of the Criminal Code (“Insulting a public officer”), Yury Karnilovich, sentenced to three years’ restricted freedom under Article 369 of the Criminal Code (“Insulting a representative of the authority”), Pavel Berasneu, sentenced to 1.5 years of restricted freedom under Art 369 of the Criminal Code (“Insulting a representative of the authority”), Vital Zaradzei, accused under Art 391 of the Criminal Code (“Insulting a judge”), kept in custody in the detention center of Brest.

Human rights activists demand the release of all political prisoners and an end to political repression against citizens.

As of April 8, 342 persons have been recognized political prisoners in Belarus.

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, As of April 8, 342 persons have been recognized political prisoners in Belarus.

News – belsat.eu, Human rights activists recognize five more Belarusians as political prisoners, on April 9, 2021 5:14 AM at 5:14 AM

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Representatives of the Belarusian human rights community have recognized five more people as political prisoners. The list includes people who had been detained for insulting the president, government officials (police), judges and violation of state symbols, reports the human rights center “Viasna”.

Among the political prisoners are Stanislau Paulinkovich, sentenced to two years’ imprisonment under Article 391 of the Criminal Code (“Insulting a judge”), Valer Laza, sentenced to 2.5 years’ restricted freedom under Article 369 of the Criminal Code (“Insulting a public officer”), Yury Karnilovich, sentenced to three years’ restricted freedom under Article 369 of the Criminal Code (“Insulting a representative of the authority”), Pavel Berasneu, sentenced to 1.5 years of restricted freedom under Art 369 of the Criminal Code (“Insulting a representative of the authority”), Vital Zaradzei, accused under Art 391 of the Criminal Code (“Insulting a judge”), kept in custody in the detention center of Brest.

Human rights activists demand the release of all political prisoners and an end to political repression against citizens.

As of April 8, 342 persons have been recognized political prisoners in Belarus.

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, As of April 8, 342 persons have been recognized political prisoners in Belarus.

News – belsat.eu, Human rights activists recognize five more Belarusians as political prisoners, on April 9, 2021 5:14 AM at 5:14 AM

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Representatives of the Belarusian human rights community have recognized five more people as political prisoners. The list includes people who had been detained for insulting the president, government officials (police), judges and violation of state symbols, reports the human rights center “Viasna”.

Among the political prisoners are Stanislau Paulinkovich, sentenced to two years’ imprisonment under Article 391 of the Criminal Code (“Insulting a judge”), Valer Laza, sentenced to 2.5 years’ restricted freedom under Article 369 of the Criminal Code (“Insulting a public officer”), Yury Karnilovich, sentenced to three years’ restricted freedom under Article 369 of the Criminal Code (“Insulting a representative of the authority”), Pavel Berasneu, sentenced to 1.5 years of restricted freedom under Art 369 of the Criminal Code (“Insulting a representative of the authority”), Vital Zaradzei, accused under Art 391 of the Criminal Code (“Insulting a judge”), kept in custody in the detention center of Brest.

Human rights activists demand the release of all political prisoners and an end to political repression against citizens.

As of April 8, 342 persons have been recognized political prisoners in Belarus.

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, As of April 8, 342 persons have been recognized political prisoners in Belarus.

News – belsat.eu, Human rights activists recognize five more Belarusians as political prisoners, on April 9, 2021 5:14 AM at 5:14 AM

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Representatives of the Belarusian human rights community have recognized five more people as political prisoners. The list includes people who had been detained for insulting the president, government officials (police), judges and violation of state symbols, reports the human rights center “Viasna”.

Among the political prisoners are Stanislau Paulinkovich, sentenced to two years’ imprisonment under Article 391 of the Criminal Code (“Insulting a judge”), Valer Laza, sentenced to 2.5 years’ restricted freedom under Article 369 of the Criminal Code (“Insulting a public officer”), Yury Karnilovich, sentenced to three years’ restricted freedom under Article 369 of the Criminal Code (“Insulting a representative of the authority”), Pavel Berasneu, sentenced to 1.5 years of restricted freedom under Art 369 of the Criminal Code (“Insulting a representative of the authority”), Vital Zaradzei, accused under Art 391 of the Criminal Code (“Insulting a judge”), kept in custody in the detention center of Brest.

Human rights activists demand the release of all political prisoners and an end to political repression against citizens.

As of April 8, 342 persons have been recognized political prisoners in Belarus.

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, As of April 8, 342 persons have been recognized political prisoners in Belarus.

News – belsat.eu, Human rights activists recognize five more Belarusians as political prisoners, on April 9, 2021 5:14 AM at 5:14 AM

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Representatives of the Belarusian human rights community have recognized five more people as political prisoners. The list includes people who had been detained for insulting the president, government officials (police), judges and violation of state symbols, reports the human rights center “Viasna”.

Among the political prisoners are Stanislau Paulinkovich, sentenced to two years’ imprisonment under Article 391 of the Criminal Code (“Insulting a judge”), Valer Laza, sentenced to 2.5 years’ restricted freedom under Article 369 of the Criminal Code (“Insulting a public officer”), Yury Karnilovich, sentenced to three years’ restricted freedom under Article 369 of the Criminal Code (“Insulting a representative of the authority”), Pavel Berasneu, sentenced to 1.5 years of restricted freedom under Art 369 of the Criminal Code (“Insulting a representative of the authority”), Vital Zaradzei, accused under Art 391 of the Criminal Code (“Insulting a judge”), kept in custody in the detention center of Brest.

Human rights activists demand the release of all political prisoners and an end to political repression against citizens.

As of April 8, 342 persons have been recognized political prisoners in Belarus.

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, As of April 8, 342 persons have been recognized political prisoners in Belarus.

News – belsat.eu, How Lukashenka’s bagmen bypass sanctions, on April 8, 2021 4:58 PM at 4:58 PM

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Aliaksandr Shatrou (Alexander Shatrov), co-founder of Synesis, made a fuss earlier with his political comments.

For example, after Freedom Day 2017, he criticized the protesters detained by the police. He later compared the protests to drug trafficking. Here is how Aliaksandr Shatrou put it:

“It’ll be strange if you start shouting that if drugs are legalized in America, then you don’t understand why you are treated like that here. That is, you understand the consequences, you go and do. If consequences suddenly come, don’t accept it. Here’s the same thing. People went to the demonstration. It wasn’t sanctioned. There’s a law that states what’s possible and what isn’t. What did they expect?”

In addition, the company banned using the Belarusian language in internal work chats. This is what the co-founder of Synesis Aliaksandr Shatrou said:

«He knows Russian, but uses Belarusian. I’m categorically against such moments. That is, it creates inconvenience to everyone who doesn’t know this language.»

Aliaksandr Shatrou (Alexander Shatrov) / probusiness.io

The product for which the company came under restrictions is called Kipod, a cloud platform for monitoring public safety.

Synesis became the technical operator for the Republican Public Safety Monitoring System in 2018.

How this happened is unknown. The open tender was cancelled due to the fact that only one candidate applied for it, the company 24×7 Panaptes, owned by Synesis. Further selection procedure was closed to the public.

Then, the Council of Ministers ordered a number of facilities to connect to the Synesis system, and in addition – to pay Synesis a very high monthly rate of 100 rubles per camera.

Now Synesis is 100% owned by Aliaksandr Shatrou. But this happened quite recently, two weeks after the imposition of another round of EU sanctions against this company. Until then, company shares belonged to Energo-Oil-Invest and the wife of Energo-Oil’s main beneficiary, Ina Aleksina (Inna Oleksina).

They joined Synesis in 2016, seven months before the decree on the Republican Monitoring System was adopted. That is, it may seem that the investment was specifically aimed at obtaining an order to create a national surveillance system. IT specialist Syarhei Laurynenka (Sergei Lavrinenko) believes that Synesis is an exception:

“The Belarusian IT sector differs in that it is mostly export-oriented. More than 95% of all services it produces go to countries outside Belarus. Belarusian projects in companies are a rarity. Therefore, indeed, companies that have large Belarusian customers, large Belarusian orders, rather, stand out from the crowd. But for those who work for the Belarusian market, this is, so to speak, a significant preference.»

Aliaksandr Shatrou says that his company receives money not from the Interior Ministry, but from subscribers, and on this basis plans to appeal against the EU sanctions. And very few cameras have been connected yet. Probably, to make it easier for him to appeal the sanctions, Shatrou got rid of the partnership with Aliaksei Aleksin’s (Alexey Oleksin) structures on paper.

Aleksin became known to the general public thanks to Tabakerka (Snuffbox), the only private network of the capital’s kiosks.

Tabakerka (Snuffbox)

Ten years ago, Minsk authorities banned kiosks in the city, citing, among other things, that they were unsightly. The company, which was subsequently given a monopoly on them, is called Energo-Oil. Now – Energo-Oil-Invest. This is the same company that owned Synesis before the sanctions were imposed. Anatol Shumchanka (Anatoly Shumchenko), chairman of the Perspectives NGO, which unites individual entrepreneurs, noted that the state behaves strangely:

“The state is behaving strangely, since in this case it should give everyone equal opportunities, but instead, based on the answers that kiosks are impractical for entrepreneurs, we conclude that for the state there are mere mortal entrepreneurs, and not simple entrepreneurs who have special preferences ”.

In early 2021, Energo-Oil-Invest also underwent a sudden change of ownership. January 12 Aliaksei Aleksin.

The state register of legal entities names Energo-Oil as the predecessor of Energo-Oil-Invest, formerly called Triple-Energo and part of Yuri Chizh’s holding. Aleksin took charge of Triple-Energo in 2001. Prior to that, he was the curator of petroleum products trade at Belvneshtorginvest, part of the Presidential Affairs Management (PAM).

Under Aleksin, Triple-Energo was one of the few private companies whom the authorities allowed to process cheap Russian oil at Belarusian refineries, and then export oil products made from it. At the beginning of the last decade, this company, according to media reports, also illegally re-exported Russian oil products, disguising them as solvents, thinners, and biodiesel. According to the daily, other companies that were part of Triple at the time did the same: Neonafta and Belneftegaz.

The full text of the investigation is available in pdf, mobi, epub formats.

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, Aliaksandr Shatrou (Alexander Shatrov), co-founder of Synesis, made a fuss earlier with his political comments. For example, after Freedom Day 2017, he criticized the protesters detained by the police. He later compared the protests to drug trafficking. Here is how Aliaksandr Shatrou put it: “It’ll be strange if you start shouting that if drugs are

News – belsat.eu, How Lukashenka’s bagmen bypass sanctions, on April 8, 2021 4:58 PM at 4:58 PM

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Aliaksandr Shatrou (Alexander Shatrov), co-founder of Synesis, made a fuss earlier with his political comments.

For example, after Freedom Day 2017, he criticized the protesters detained by the police. He later compared the protests to drug trafficking. Here is how Aliaksandr Shatrou put it:

“It’ll be strange if you start shouting that if drugs are legalized in America, then you don’t understand why you are treated like that here. That is, you understand the consequences, you go and do. If consequences suddenly come, don’t accept it. Here’s the same thing. People went to the demonstration. It wasn’t sanctioned. There’s a law that states what’s possible and what isn’t. What did they expect?”

In addition, the company banned using the Belarusian language in internal work chats. This is what the co-founder of Synesis Aliaksandr Shatrou said:

«He knows Russian, but uses Belarusian. I’m categorically against such moments. That is, it creates inconvenience to everyone who doesn’t know this language.»

Aliaksandr Shatrou (Alexander Shatrov) / probusiness.io

The product for which the company came under restrictions is called Kipod, a cloud platform for monitoring public safety.

Synesis became the technical operator for the Republican Public Safety Monitoring System in 2018.

How this happened is unknown. The open tender was cancelled due to the fact that only one candidate applied for it, the company 24×7 Panaptes, owned by Synesis. Further selection procedure was closed to the public.

Then, the Council of Ministers ordered a number of facilities to connect to the Synesis system, and in addition – to pay Synesis a very high monthly rate of 100 rubles per camera.

Now Synesis is 100% owned by Aliaksandr Shatrou. But this happened quite recently, two weeks after the imposition of another round of EU sanctions against this company. Until then, company shares belonged to Energo-Oil-Invest and the wife of Energo-Oil’s main beneficiary, Ina Aleksina (Inna Oleksina).

They joined Synesis in 2016, seven months before the decree on the Republican Monitoring System was adopted. That is, it may seem that the investment was specifically aimed at obtaining an order to create a national surveillance system. IT specialist Syarhei Laurynenka (Sergei Lavrinenko) believes that Synesis is an exception:

“The Belarusian IT sector differs in that it is mostly export-oriented. More than 95% of all services it produces go to countries outside Belarus. Belarusian projects in companies are a rarity. Therefore, indeed, companies that have large Belarusian customers, large Belarusian orders, rather, stand out from the crowd. But for those who work for the Belarusian market, this is, so to speak, a significant preference.»

Aliaksandr Shatrou says that his company receives money not from the Interior Ministry, but from subscribers, and on this basis plans to appeal against the EU sanctions. And very few cameras have been connected yet. Probably, to make it easier for him to appeal the sanctions, Shatrou got rid of the partnership with Aliaksei Aleksin’s (Alexey Oleksin) structures on paper.

Aleksin became known to the general public thanks to Tabakerka (Snuffbox), the only private network of the capital’s kiosks.

Tabakerka (Snuffbox)

Ten years ago, Minsk authorities banned kiosks in the city, citing, among other things, that they were unsightly. The company, which was subsequently given a monopoly on them, is called Energo-Oil. Now – Energo-Oil-Invest. This is the same company that owned Synesis before the sanctions were imposed. Anatol Shumchanka (Anatoly Shumchenko), chairman of the Perspectives NGO, which unites individual entrepreneurs, noted that the state behaves strangely:

“The state is behaving strangely, since in this case it should give everyone equal opportunities, but instead, based on the answers that kiosks are impractical for entrepreneurs, we conclude that for the state there are mere mortal entrepreneurs, and not simple entrepreneurs who have special preferences ”.

In early 2021, Energo-Oil-Invest also underwent a sudden change of ownership. January 12 Aliaksei Aleksin.

The state register of legal entities names Energo-Oil as the predecessor of Energo-Oil-Invest, formerly called Triple-Energo and part of Yuri Chizh’s holding. Aleksin took charge of Triple-Energo in 2001. Prior to that, he was the curator of petroleum products trade at Belvneshtorginvest, part of the Presidential Affairs Management (PAM).

Under Aleksin, Triple-Energo was one of the few private companies whom the authorities allowed to process cheap Russian oil at Belarusian refineries, and then export oil products made from it. At the beginning of the last decade, this company, according to media reports, also illegally re-exported Russian oil products, disguising them as solvents, thinners, and biodiesel. According to the daily, other companies that were part of Triple at the time did the same: Neonafta and Belneftegaz.

The full text of the investigation is available in pdf, mobi, epub formats.

belsat.eu

, Aliaksandr Shatrou (Alexander Shatrov), co-founder of Synesis, made a fuss earlier with his political comments. For example, after Freedom Day 2017, he criticized the protesters detained by the police. He later compared the protests to drug trafficking. Here is how Aliaksandr Shatrou put it: “It’ll be strange if you start shouting that if drugs are

News – belsat.eu, How Lukashenka’s bagmen bypass sanctions, on April 8, 2021 4:58 PM at 4:58 PM

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Aliaksandr Shatrou (Alexander Shatrov), co-founder of Synesis, made a fuss earlier with his political comments.

For example, after Freedom Day 2017, he criticized the protesters detained by the police. He later compared the protests to drug trafficking. Here is how Aliaksandr Shatrou put it:

“It’ll be strange if you start shouting that if drugs are legalized in America, then you don’t understand why you are treated like that here. That is, you understand the consequences, you go and do. If consequences suddenly come, don’t accept it. Here’s the same thing. People went to the demonstration. It wasn’t sanctioned. There’s a law that states what’s possible and what isn’t. What did they expect?”

In addition, the company banned using the Belarusian language in internal work chats. This is what the co-founder of Synesis Aliaksandr Shatrou said:

«He knows Russian, but uses Belarusian. I’m categorically against such moments. That is, it creates inconvenience to everyone who doesn’t know this language.»

Aliaksandr Shatrou (Alexander Shatrov) / probusiness.io

The product for which the company came under restrictions is called Kipod, a cloud platform for monitoring public safety.

Synesis became the technical operator for the Republican Public Safety Monitoring System in 2018.

How this happened is unknown. The open tender was cancelled due to the fact that only one candidate applied for it, the company 24×7 Panaptes, owned by Synesis. Further selection procedure was closed to the public.

Then, the Council of Ministers ordered a number of facilities to connect to the Synesis system, and in addition – to pay Synesis a very high monthly rate of 100 rubles per camera.

Now Synesis is 100% owned by Aliaksandr Shatrou. But this happened quite recently, two weeks after the imposition of another round of EU sanctions against this company. Until then, company shares belonged to Energo-Oil-Invest and the wife of Energo-Oil’s main beneficiary, Ina Aleksina (Inna Oleksina).

They joined Synesis in 2016, seven months before the decree on the Republican Monitoring System was adopted. That is, it may seem that the investment was specifically aimed at obtaining an order to create a national surveillance system. IT specialist Syarhei Laurynenka (Sergei Lavrinenko) believes that Synesis is an exception:

“The Belarusian IT sector differs in that it is mostly export-oriented. More than 95% of all services it produces go to countries outside Belarus. Belarusian projects in companies are a rarity. Therefore, indeed, companies that have large Belarusian customers, large Belarusian orders, rather, stand out from the crowd. But for those who work for the Belarusian market, this is, so to speak, a significant preference.»

Aliaksandr Shatrou says that his company receives money not from the Interior Ministry, but from subscribers, and on this basis plans to appeal against the EU sanctions. And very few cameras have been connected yet. Probably, to make it easier for him to appeal the sanctions, Shatrou got rid of the partnership with Aliaksei Aleksin’s (Alexey Oleksin) structures on paper.

Aleksin became known to the general public thanks to Tabakerka (Snuffbox), the only private network of the capital’s kiosks.

Tabakerka (Snuffbox)

Ten years ago, Minsk authorities banned kiosks in the city, citing, among other things, that they were unsightly. The company, which was subsequently given a monopoly on them, is called Energo-Oil. Now – Energo-Oil-Invest. This is the same company that owned Synesis before the sanctions were imposed. Anatol Shumchanka (Anatoly Shumchenko), chairman of the Perspectives NGO, which unites individual entrepreneurs, noted that the state behaves strangely:

“The state is behaving strangely, since in this case it should give everyone equal opportunities, but instead, based on the answers that kiosks are impractical for entrepreneurs, we conclude that for the state there are mere mortal entrepreneurs, and not simple entrepreneurs who have special preferences ”.

In early 2021, Energo-Oil-Invest also underwent a sudden change of ownership. January 12 Aliaksei Aleksin.

The state register of legal entities names Energo-Oil as the predecessor of Energo-Oil-Invest, formerly called Triple-Energo and part of Yuri Chizh’s holding. Aleksin took charge of Triple-Energo in 2001. Prior to that, he was the curator of petroleum products trade at Belvneshtorginvest, part of the Presidential Affairs Management (PAM).

Under Aleksin, Triple-Energo was one of the few private companies whom the authorities allowed to process cheap Russian oil at Belarusian refineries, and then export oil products made from it. At the beginning of the last decade, this company, according to media reports, also illegally re-exported Russian oil products, disguising them as solvents, thinners, and biodiesel. According to the daily, other companies that were part of Triple at the time did the same: Neonafta and Belneftegaz.

The full text of the investigation is available in pdf, mobi, epub formats.

belsat.eu

, Aliaksandr Shatrou (Alexander Shatrov), co-founder of Synesis, made a fuss earlier with his political comments. For example, after Freedom Day 2017, he criticized the protesters detained by the police. He later compared the protests to drug trafficking. Here is how Aliaksandr Shatrou put it: “It’ll be strange if you start shouting that if drugs are

News – belsat.eu, How Lukashenka’s bagmen bypass sanctions, on April 8, 2021 4:58 PM at 4:58 PM

Read More

Aliaksandr Shatrou (Alexander Shatrov), co-founder of Synesis, made a fuss earlier with his political comments.

For example, after Freedom Day 2017, he criticized the protesters detained by the police. He later compared the protests to drug trafficking. Here is how Aliaksandr Shatrou put it:

“It’ll be strange if you start shouting that if drugs are legalized in America, then you don’t understand why you are treated like that here. That is, you understand the consequences, you go and do. If consequences suddenly come, don’t accept it. Here’s the same thing. People went to the demonstration. It wasn’t sanctioned. There’s a law that states what’s possible and what isn’t. What did they expect?”

In addition, the company banned using the Belarusian language in internal work chats. This is what the co-founder of Synesis Aliaksandr Shatrou said:

«He knows Russian, but uses Belarusian. I’m categorically against such moments. That is, it creates inconvenience to everyone who doesn’t know this language.»

Aliaksandr Shatrou (Alexander Shatrov) / probusiness.io

The product for which the company came under restrictions is called Kipod, a cloud platform for monitoring public safety.

Synesis became the technical operator for the Republican Public Safety Monitoring System in 2018.

How this happened is unknown. The open tender was cancelled due to the fact that only one candidate applied for it, the company 24×7 Panaptes, owned by Synesis. Further selection procedure was closed to the public.

Then, the Council of Ministers ordered a number of facilities to connect to the Synesis system, and in addition – to pay Synesis a very high monthly rate of 100 rubles per camera.

Now Synesis is 100% owned by Aliaksandr Shatrou. But this happened quite recently, two weeks after the imposition of another round of EU sanctions against this company. Until then, company shares belonged to Energo-Oil-Invest and the wife of Energo-Oil’s main beneficiary, Ina Aleksina (Inna Oleksina).

They joined Synesis in 2016, seven months before the decree on the Republican Monitoring System was adopted. That is, it may seem that the investment was specifically aimed at obtaining an order to create a national surveillance system. IT specialist Syarhei Laurynenka (Sergei Lavrinenko) believes that Synesis is an exception:

“The Belarusian IT sector differs in that it is mostly export-oriented. More than 95% of all services it produces go to countries outside Belarus. Belarusian projects in companies are a rarity. Therefore, indeed, companies that have large Belarusian customers, large Belarusian orders, rather, stand out from the crowd. But for those who work for the Belarusian market, this is, so to speak, a significant preference.»

Aliaksandr Shatrou says that his company receives money not from the Interior Ministry, but from subscribers, and on this basis plans to appeal against the EU sanctions. And very few cameras have been connected yet. Probably, to make it easier for him to appeal the sanctions, Shatrou got rid of the partnership with Aliaksei Aleksin’s (Alexey Oleksin) structures on paper.

Aleksin became known to the general public thanks to Tabakerka (Snuffbox), the only private network of the capital’s kiosks.

Tabakerka (Snuffbox)

Ten years ago, Minsk authorities banned kiosks in the city, citing, among other things, that they were unsightly. The company, which was subsequently given a monopoly on them, is called Energo-Oil. Now – Energo-Oil-Invest. This is the same company that owned Synesis before the sanctions were imposed. Anatol Shumchanka (Anatoly Shumchenko), chairman of the Perspectives NGO, which unites individual entrepreneurs, noted that the state behaves strangely:

“The state is behaving strangely, since in this case it should give everyone equal opportunities, but instead, based on the answers that kiosks are impractical for entrepreneurs, we conclude that for the state there are mere mortal entrepreneurs, and not simple entrepreneurs who have special preferences ”.

In early 2021, Energo-Oil-Invest also underwent a sudden change of ownership. January 12 Aliaksei Aleksin.

The state register of legal entities names Energo-Oil as the predecessor of Energo-Oil-Invest, formerly called Triple-Energo and part of Yuri Chizh’s holding. Aleksin took charge of Triple-Energo in 2001. Prior to that, he was the curator of petroleum products trade at Belvneshtorginvest, part of the Presidential Affairs Management (PAM).

Under Aleksin, Triple-Energo was one of the few private companies whom the authorities allowed to process cheap Russian oil at Belarusian refineries, and then export oil products made from it. At the beginning of the last decade, this company, according to media reports, also illegally re-exported Russian oil products, disguising them as solvents, thinners, and biodiesel. According to the daily, other companies that were part of Triple at the time did the same: Neonafta and Belneftegaz.

The full text of the investigation is available in pdf, mobi, epub formats.

belsat.eu

, Aliaksandr Shatrou (Alexander Shatrov), co-founder of Synesis, made a fuss earlier with his political comments. For example, after Freedom Day 2017, he criticized the protesters detained by the police. He later compared the protests to drug trafficking. Here is how Aliaksandr Shatrou put it: “It’ll be strange if you start shouting that if drugs are

News – belsat.eu, How Lukashenka’s bagmen bypass sanctions, on April 8, 2021 4:58 PM at 4:58 PM

Read More

Aliaksandr Shatrou (Alexander Shatrov), co-founder of Synesis, made a fuss earlier with his political comments.

For example, after Freedom Day 2017, he criticized the protesters detained by the police. He later compared the protests to drug trafficking. Here is how Aliaksandr Shatrou put it:

“It’ll be strange if you start shouting that if drugs are legalized in America, then you don’t understand why you are treated like that here. That is, you understand the consequences, you go and do. If consequences suddenly come, don’t accept it. Here’s the same thing. People went to the demonstration. It wasn’t sanctioned. There’s a law that states what’s possible and what isn’t. What did they expect?”

In addition, the company banned using the Belarusian language in internal work chats. This is what the co-founder of Synesis Aliaksandr Shatrou said:

«He knows Russian, but uses Belarusian. I’m categorically against such moments. That is, it creates inconvenience to everyone who doesn’t know this language.»

Aliaksandr Shatrou (Alexander Shatrov) / probusiness.io

The product for which the company came under restrictions is called Kipod, a cloud platform for monitoring public safety.

Synesis became the technical operator for the Republican Public Safety Monitoring System in 2018.

How this happened is unknown. The open tender was cancelled due to the fact that only one candidate applied for it, the company 24×7 Panaptes, owned by Synesis. Further selection procedure was closed to the public.

Then, the Council of Ministers ordered a number of facilities to connect to the Synesis system, and in addition – to pay Synesis a very high monthly rate of 100 rubles per camera.

Now Synesis is 100% owned by Aliaksandr Shatrou. But this happened quite recently, two weeks after the imposition of another round of EU sanctions against this company. Until then, company shares belonged to Energo-Oil-Invest and the wife of Energo-Oil’s main beneficiary, Ina Aleksina (Inna Oleksina).

They joined Synesis in 2016, seven months before the decree on the Republican Monitoring System was adopted. That is, it may seem that the investment was specifically aimed at obtaining an order to create a national surveillance system. IT specialist Syarhei Laurynenka (Sergei Lavrinenko) believes that Synesis is an exception:

“The Belarusian IT sector differs in that it is mostly export-oriented. More than 95% of all services it produces go to countries outside Belarus. Belarusian projects in companies are a rarity. Therefore, indeed, companies that have large Belarusian customers, large Belarusian orders, rather, stand out from the crowd. But for those who work for the Belarusian market, this is, so to speak, a significant preference.»

Aliaksandr Shatrou says that his company receives money not from the Interior Ministry, but from subscribers, and on this basis plans to appeal against the EU sanctions. And very few cameras have been connected yet. Probably, to make it easier for him to appeal the sanctions, Shatrou got rid of the partnership with Aliaksei Aleksin’s (Alexey Oleksin) structures on paper.

Aleksin became known to the general public thanks to Tabakerka (Snuffbox), the only private network of the capital’s kiosks.

Tabakerka (Snuffbox)

Ten years ago, Minsk authorities banned kiosks in the city, citing, among other things, that they were unsightly. The company, which was subsequently given a monopoly on them, is called Energo-Oil. Now – Energo-Oil-Invest. This is the same company that owned Synesis before the sanctions were imposed. Anatol Shumchanka (Anatoly Shumchenko), chairman of the Perspectives NGO, which unites individual entrepreneurs, noted that the state behaves strangely:

“The state is behaving strangely, since in this case it should give everyone equal opportunities, but instead, based on the answers that kiosks are impractical for entrepreneurs, we conclude that for the state there are mere mortal entrepreneurs, and not simple entrepreneurs who have special preferences ”.

In early 2021, Energo-Oil-Invest also underwent a sudden change of ownership. January 12 Aliaksei Aleksin.

The state register of legal entities names Energo-Oil as the predecessor of Energo-Oil-Invest, formerly called Triple-Energo and part of Yuri Chizh’s holding. Aleksin took charge of Triple-Energo in 2001. Prior to that, he was the curator of petroleum products trade at Belvneshtorginvest, part of the Presidential Affairs Management (PAM).

Under Aleksin, Triple-Energo was one of the few private companies whom the authorities allowed to process cheap Russian oil at Belarusian refineries, and then export oil products made from it. At the beginning of the last decade, this company, according to media reports, also illegally re-exported Russian oil products, disguising them as solvents, thinners, and biodiesel. According to the daily, other companies that were part of Triple at the time did the same: Neonafta and Belneftegaz.

The full text of the investigation is available in pdf, mobi, epub formats.

belsat.eu

, Aliaksandr Shatrou (Alexander Shatrov), co-founder of Synesis, made a fuss earlier with his political comments. For example, after Freedom Day 2017, he criticized the protesters detained by the police. He later compared the protests to drug trafficking. Here is how Aliaksandr Shatrou put it: “It’ll be strange if you start shouting that if drugs are

News – belsat.eu, How Lukashenka’s bagmen bypass sanctions, on April 8, 2021 4:58 PM at 4:58 PM

Read More

Aliaksandr Shatrou (Alexander Shatrov), co-founder of Synesis, made a fuss earlier with his political comments.

For example, after Freedom Day 2017, he criticized the protesters detained by the police. He later compared the protests to drug trafficking. Here is how Aliaksandr Shatrou put it:

“It’ll be strange if you start shouting that if drugs are legalized in America, then you don’t understand why you are treated like that here. That is, you understand the consequences, you go and do. If consequences suddenly come, don’t accept it. Here’s the same thing. People went to the demonstration. It wasn’t sanctioned. There’s a law that states what’s possible and what isn’t. What did they expect?”

In addition, the company banned using the Belarusian language in internal work chats. This is what the co-founder of Synesis Aliaksandr Shatrou said:

«He knows Russian, but uses Belarusian. I’m categorically against such moments. That is, it creates inconvenience to everyone who doesn’t know this language.»

Aliaksandr Shatrou (Alexander Shatrov) / probusiness.io

The product for which the company came under restrictions is called Kipod, a cloud platform for monitoring public safety.

Synesis became the technical operator for the Republican Public Safety Monitoring System in 2018.

How this happened is unknown. The open tender was cancelled due to the fact that only one candidate applied for it, the company 24×7 Panaptes, owned by Synesis. Further selection procedure was closed to the public.

Then, the Council of Ministers ordered a number of facilities to connect to the Synesis system, and in addition – to pay Synesis a very high monthly rate of 100 rubles per camera.

Now Synesis is 100% owned by Aliaksandr Shatrou. But this happened quite recently, two weeks after the imposition of another round of EU sanctions against this company. Until then, company shares belonged to Energo-Oil-Invest and the wife of Energo-Oil’s main beneficiary, Ina Aleksina (Inna Oleksina).

They joined Synesis in 2016, seven months before the decree on the Republican Monitoring System was adopted. That is, it may seem that the investment was specifically aimed at obtaining an order to create a national surveillance system. IT specialist Syarhei Laurynenka (Sergei Lavrinenko) believes that Synesis is an exception:

“The Belarusian IT sector differs in that it is mostly export-oriented. More than 95% of all services it produces go to countries outside Belarus. Belarusian projects in companies are a rarity. Therefore, indeed, companies that have large Belarusian customers, large Belarusian orders, rather, stand out from the crowd. But for those who work for the Belarusian market, this is, so to speak, a significant preference.»

Aliaksandr Shatrou says that his company receives money not from the Interior Ministry, but from subscribers, and on this basis plans to appeal against the EU sanctions. And very few cameras have been connected yet. Probably, to make it easier for him to appeal the sanctions, Shatrou got rid of the partnership with Aliaksei Aleksin’s (Alexey Oleksin) structures on paper.

Aleksin became known to the general public thanks to Tabakerka (Snuffbox), the only private network of the capital’s kiosks.

Tabakerka (Snuffbox)

Ten years ago, Minsk authorities banned kiosks in the city, citing, among other things, that they were unsightly. The company, which was subsequently given a monopoly on them, is called Energo-Oil. Now – Energo-Oil-Invest. This is the same company that owned Synesis before the sanctions were imposed. Anatol Shumchanka (Anatoly Shumchenko), chairman of the Perspectives NGO, which unites individual entrepreneurs, noted that the state behaves strangely:

“The state is behaving strangely, since in this case it should give everyone equal opportunities, but instead, based on the answers that kiosks are impractical for entrepreneurs, we conclude that for the state there are mere mortal entrepreneurs, and not simple entrepreneurs who have special preferences ”.

In early 2021, Energo-Oil-Invest also underwent a sudden change of ownership. January 12 Aliaksei Aleksin.

The state register of legal entities names Energo-Oil as the predecessor of Energo-Oil-Invest, formerly called Triple-Energo and part of Yuri Chizh’s holding. Aleksin took charge of Triple-Energo in 2001. Prior to that, he was the curator of petroleum products trade at Belvneshtorginvest, part of the Presidential Affairs Management (PAM).

Under Aleksin, Triple-Energo was one of the few private companies whom the authorities allowed to process cheap Russian oil at Belarusian refineries, and then export oil products made from it. At the beginning of the last decade, this company, according to media reports, also illegally re-exported Russian oil products, disguising them as solvents, thinners, and biodiesel. According to the daily, other companies that were part of Triple at the time did the same: Neonafta and Belneftegaz.

The full text of the investigation is available in pdf, mobi, epub formats.

belsat.eu

, Aliaksandr Shatrou (Alexander Shatrov), co-founder of Synesis, made a fuss earlier with his political comments. For example, after Freedom Day 2017, he criticized the protesters detained by the police. He later compared the protests to drug trafficking. Here is how Aliaksandr Shatrou put it: “It’ll be strange if you start shouting that if drugs are

News – belsat.eu, How Lukashenka’s bagmen bypass sanctions, on April 8, 2021 4:58 PM at 4:58 PM

Read More

Aliaksandr Shatrou (Alexander Shatrov), co-founder of Synesis, made a fuss earlier with his political comments.

For example, after Freedom Day 2017, he criticized the protesters detained by the police. He later compared the protests to drug trafficking. Here is how Aliaksandr Shatrou put it:

“It’ll be strange if you start shouting that if drugs are legalized in America, then you don’t understand why you are treated like that here. That is, you understand the consequences, you go and do. If consequences suddenly come, don’t accept it. Here’s the same thing. People went to the demonstration. It wasn’t sanctioned. There’s a law that states what’s possible and what isn’t. What did they expect?”

In addition, the company banned using the Belarusian language in internal work chats. This is what the co-founder of Synesis Aliaksandr Shatrou said:

«He knows Russian, but uses Belarusian. I’m categorically against such moments. That is, it creates inconvenience to everyone who doesn’t know this language.»

Aliaksandr Shatrou (Alexander Shatrov) / probusiness.io

The product for which the company came under restrictions is called Kipod, a cloud platform for monitoring public safety.

Synesis became the technical operator for the Republican Public Safety Monitoring System in 2018.

How this happened is unknown. The open tender was cancelled due to the fact that only one candidate applied for it, the company 24×7 Panaptes, owned by Synesis. Further selection procedure was closed to the public.

Then, the Council of Ministers ordered a number of facilities to connect to the Synesis system, and in addition – to pay Synesis a very high monthly rate of 100 rubles per camera.

Now Synesis is 100% owned by Aliaksandr Shatrou. But this happened quite recently, two weeks after the imposition of another round of EU sanctions against this company. Until then, company shares belonged to Energo-Oil-Invest and the wife of Energo-Oil’s main beneficiary, Ina Aleksina (Inna Oleksina).

They joined Synesis in 2016, seven months before the decree on the Republican Monitoring System was adopted. That is, it may seem that the investment was specifically aimed at obtaining an order to create a national surveillance system. IT specialist Syarhei Laurynenka (Sergei Lavrinenko) believes that Synesis is an exception:

“The Belarusian IT sector differs in that it is mostly export-oriented. More than 95% of all services it produces go to countries outside Belarus. Belarusian projects in companies are a rarity. Therefore, indeed, companies that have large Belarusian customers, large Belarusian orders, rather, stand out from the crowd. But for those who work for the Belarusian market, this is, so to speak, a significant preference.»

Aliaksandr Shatrou says that his company receives money not from the Interior Ministry, but from subscribers, and on this basis plans to appeal against the EU sanctions. And very few cameras have been connected yet. Probably, to make it easier for him to appeal the sanctions, Shatrou got rid of the partnership with Aliaksei Aleksin’s (Alexey Oleksin) structures on paper.

Aleksin became known to the general public thanks to Tabakerka (Snuffbox), the only private network of the capital’s kiosks.

Tabakerka (Snuffbox)

Ten years ago, Minsk authorities banned kiosks in the city, citing, among other things, that they were unsightly. The company, which was subsequently given a monopoly on them, is called Energo-Oil. Now – Energo-Oil-Invest. This is the same company that owned Synesis before the sanctions were imposed. Anatol Shumchanka (Anatoly Shumchenko), chairman of the Perspectives NGO, which unites individual entrepreneurs, noted that the state behaves strangely:

“The state is behaving strangely, since in this case it should give everyone equal opportunities, but instead, based on the answers that kiosks are impractical for entrepreneurs, we conclude that for the state there are mere mortal entrepreneurs, and not simple entrepreneurs who have special preferences ”.

In early 2021, Energo-Oil-Invest also underwent a sudden change of ownership. January 12 Aliaksei Aleksin.

The state register of legal entities names Energo-Oil as the predecessor of Energo-Oil-Invest, formerly called Triple-Energo and part of Yuri Chizh’s holding. Aleksin took charge of Triple-Energo in 2001. Prior to that, he was the curator of petroleum products trade at Belvneshtorginvest, part of the Presidential Affairs Management (PAM).

Under Aleksin, Triple-Energo was one of the few private companies whom the authorities allowed to process cheap Russian oil at Belarusian refineries, and then export oil products made from it. At the beginning of the last decade, this company, according to media reports, also illegally re-exported Russian oil products, disguising them as solvents, thinners, and biodiesel. According to the daily, other companies that were part of Triple at the time did the same: Neonafta and Belneftegaz.

The full text of the investigation is available in pdf, mobi, epub formats.

belsat.eu

, Aliaksandr Shatrou (Alexander Shatrov), co-founder of Synesis, made a fuss earlier with his political comments. For example, after Freedom Day 2017, he criticized the protesters detained by the police. He later compared the protests to drug trafficking. Here is how Aliaksandr Shatrou put it: “It’ll be strange if you start shouting that if drugs are

News – belsat.eu, How Lukashenka’s bagmen bypass sanctions, on April 8, 2021 4:58 PM at 4:58 PM

Read More

Aliaksandr Shatrou (Alexander Shatrov), co-founder of Synesis, made a fuss earlier with his political comments.

For example, after Freedom Day 2017, he criticized the protesters detained by the police. He later compared the protests to drug trafficking. Here is how Aliaksandr Shatrou put it:

“It’ll be strange if you start shouting that if drugs are legalized in America, then you don’t understand why you are treated like that here. That is, you understand the consequences, you go and do. If consequences suddenly come, don’t accept it. Here’s the same thing. People went to the demonstration. It wasn’t sanctioned. There’s a law that states what’s possible and what isn’t. What did they expect?”

In addition, the company banned using the Belarusian language in internal work chats. This is what the co-founder of Synesis Aliaksandr Shatrou said:

«He knows Russian, but uses Belarusian. I’m categorically against such moments. That is, it creates inconvenience to everyone who doesn’t know this language.»

Aliaksandr Shatrou (Alexander Shatrov) / probusiness.io

The product for which the company came under restrictions is called Kipod, a cloud platform for monitoring public safety.

Synesis became the technical operator for the Republican Public Safety Monitoring System in 2018.

How this happened is unknown. The open tender was cancelled due to the fact that only one candidate applied for it, the company 24×7 Panaptes, owned by Synesis. Further selection procedure was closed to the public.

Then, the Council of Ministers ordered a number of facilities to connect to the Synesis system, and in addition – to pay Synesis a very high monthly rate of 100 rubles per camera.

Now Synesis is 100% owned by Aliaksandr Shatrou. But this happened quite recently, two weeks after the imposition of another round of EU sanctions against this company. Until then, company shares belonged to Energo-Oil-Invest and the wife of Energo-Oil’s main beneficiary, Ina Aleksina (Inna Oleksina).

They joined Synesis in 2016, seven months before the decree on the Republican Monitoring System was adopted. That is, it may seem that the investment was specifically aimed at obtaining an order to create a national surveillance system. IT specialist Syarhei Laurynenka (Sergei Lavrinenko) believes that Synesis is an exception:

“The Belarusian IT sector differs in that it is mostly export-oriented. More than 95% of all services it produces go to countries outside Belarus. Belarusian projects in companies are a rarity. Therefore, indeed, companies that have large Belarusian customers, large Belarusian orders, rather, stand out from the crowd. But for those who work for the Belarusian market, this is, so to speak, a significant preference.»

Aliaksandr Shatrou says that his company receives money not from the Interior Ministry, but from subscribers, and on this basis plans to appeal against the EU sanctions. And very few cameras have been connected yet. Probably, to make it easier for him to appeal the sanctions, Shatrou got rid of the partnership with Aliaksei Aleksin’s (Alexey Oleksin) structures on paper.

Aleksin became known to the general public thanks to Tabakerka (Snuffbox), the only private network of the capital’s kiosks.

Tabakerka (Snuffbox)

Ten years ago, Minsk authorities banned kiosks in the city, citing, among other things, that they were unsightly. The company, which was subsequently given a monopoly on them, is called Energo-Oil. Now – Energo-Oil-Invest. This is the same company that owned Synesis before the sanctions were imposed. Anatol Shumchanka (Anatoly Shumchenko), chairman of the Perspectives NGO, which unites individual entrepreneurs, noted that the state behaves strangely:

“The state is behaving strangely, since in this case it should give everyone equal opportunities, but instead, based on the answers that kiosks are impractical for entrepreneurs, we conclude that for the state there are mere mortal entrepreneurs, and not simple entrepreneurs who have special preferences ”.

In early 2021, Energo-Oil-Invest also underwent a sudden change of ownership. January 12 Aliaksei Aleksin.

The state register of legal entities names Energo-Oil as the predecessor of Energo-Oil-Invest, formerly called Triple-Energo and part of Yuri Chizh’s holding. Aleksin took charge of Triple-Energo in 2001. Prior to that, he was the curator of petroleum products trade at Belvneshtorginvest, part of the Presidential Affairs Management (PAM).

Under Aleksin, Triple-Energo was one of the few private companies whom the authorities allowed to process cheap Russian oil at Belarusian refineries, and then export oil products made from it. At the beginning of the last decade, this company, according to media reports, also illegally re-exported Russian oil products, disguising them as solvents, thinners, and biodiesel. According to the daily, other companies that were part of Triple at the time did the same: Neonafta and Belneftegaz.

The full text of the investigation is available in pdf, mobi, epub formats.

belsat.eu

, Aliaksandr Shatrou (Alexander Shatrov), co-founder of Synesis, made a fuss earlier with his political comments. For example, after Freedom Day 2017, he criticized the protesters detained by the police. He later compared the protests to drug trafficking. Here is how Aliaksandr Shatrou put it: “It’ll be strange if you start shouting that if drugs are

News – belsat.eu, How Lukashenka’s bagmen bypass sanctions, on April 8, 2021 4:58 PM at 4:58 PM

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Aliaksandr Shatrou (Alexander Shatrov), co-founder of Synesis, made a fuss earlier with his political comments.

For example, after Freedom Day 2017, he criticized the protesters detained by the police. He later compared the protests to drug trafficking. Here is how Aliaksandr Shatrou put it:

“It’ll be strange if you start shouting that if drugs are legalized in America, then you don’t understand why you are treated like that here. That is, you understand the consequences, you go and do. If consequences suddenly come, don’t accept it. Here’s the same thing. People went to the demonstration. It wasn’t sanctioned. There’s a law that states what’s possible and what isn’t. What did they expect?”

In addition, the company banned using the Belarusian language in internal work chats. This is what the co-founder of Synesis Aliaksandr Shatrou said:

«He knows Russian, but uses Belarusian. I’m categorically against such moments. That is, it creates inconvenience to everyone who doesn’t know this language.»

Aliaksandr Shatrou (Alexander Shatrov) / probusiness.io

The product for which the company came under restrictions is called Kipod, a cloud platform for monitoring public safety.

Synesis became the technical operator for the Republican Public Safety Monitoring System in 2018.

How this happened is unknown. The open tender was cancelled due to the fact that only one candidate applied for it, the company 24×7 Panaptes, owned by Synesis. Further selection procedure was closed to the public.

Then, the Council of Ministers ordered a number of facilities to connect to the Synesis system, and in addition – to pay Synesis a very high monthly rate of 100 rubles per camera.

Now Synesis is 100% owned by Aliaksandr Shatrou. But this happened quite recently, two weeks after the imposition of another round of EU sanctions against this company. Until then, company shares belonged to Energo-Oil-Invest and the wife of Energo-Oil’s main beneficiary, Ina Aleksina (Inna Oleksina).

They joined Synesis in 2016, seven months before the decree on the Republican Monitoring System was adopted. That is, it may seem that the investment was specifically aimed at obtaining an order to create a national surveillance system. IT specialist Syarhei Laurynenka (Sergei Lavrinenko) believes that Synesis is an exception:

“The Belarusian IT sector differs in that it is mostly export-oriented. More than 95% of all services it produces go to countries outside Belarus. Belarusian projects in companies are a rarity. Therefore, indeed, companies that have large Belarusian customers, large Belarusian orders, rather, stand out from the crowd. But for those who work for the Belarusian market, this is, so to speak, a significant preference.»

Aliaksandr Shatrou says that his company receives money not from the Interior Ministry, but from subscribers, and on this basis plans to appeal against the EU sanctions. And very few cameras have been connected yet. Probably, to make it easier for him to appeal the sanctions, Shatrou got rid of the partnership with Aliaksei Aleksin’s (Alexey Oleksin) structures on paper.

Aleksin became known to the general public thanks to Tabakerka (Snuffbox), the only private network of the capital’s kiosks.

Tabakerka (Snuffbox)

Ten years ago, Minsk authorities banned kiosks in the city, citing, among other things, that they were unsightly. The company, which was subsequently given a monopoly on them, is called Energo-Oil. Now – Energo-Oil-Invest. This is the same company that owned Synesis before the sanctions were imposed. Anatol Shumchanka (Anatoly Shumchenko), chairman of the Perspectives NGO, which unites individual entrepreneurs, noted that the state behaves strangely:

“The state is behaving strangely, since in this case it should give everyone equal opportunities, but instead, based on the answers that kiosks are impractical for entrepreneurs, we conclude that for the state there are mere mortal entrepreneurs, and not simple entrepreneurs who have special preferences ”.

In early 2021, Energo-Oil-Invest also underwent a sudden change of ownership. January 12 Aliaksei Aleksin.

The state register of legal entities names Energo-Oil as the predecessor of Energo-Oil-Invest, formerly called Triple-Energo and part of Yuri Chizh’s holding. Aleksin took charge of Triple-Energo in 2001. Prior to that, he was the curator of petroleum products trade at Belvneshtorginvest, part of the Presidential Affairs Management (PAM).

Under Aleksin, Triple-Energo was one of the few private companies whom the authorities allowed to process cheap Russian oil at Belarusian refineries, and then export oil products made from it. At the beginning of the last decade, this company, according to media reports, also illegally re-exported Russian oil products, disguising them as solvents, thinners, and biodiesel. According to the daily, other companies that were part of Triple at the time did the same: Neonafta and Belneftegaz.

The full text of the investigation is available in pdf, mobi, epub formats.

belsat.eu

, Aliaksandr Shatrou (Alexander Shatrov), co-founder of Synesis, made a fuss earlier with his political comments. For example, after Freedom Day 2017, he criticized the protesters detained by the police. He later compared the protests to drug trafficking. Here is how Aliaksandr Shatrou put it: “It’ll be strange if you start shouting that if drugs are

News – belsat.eu, How Lukashenka’s bagmen bypass sanctions, on April 8, 2021 4:58 PM at 4:58 PM

Read More

Aliaksandr Shatrou (Alexander Shatrov), co-founder of Synesis, made a fuss earlier with his political comments.

For example, after Freedom Day 2017, he criticized the protesters detained by the police. He later compared the protests to drug trafficking. Here is how Aliaksandr Shatrou put it:

“It’ll be strange if you start shouting that if drugs are legalized in America, then you don’t understand why you are treated like that here. That is, you understand the consequences, you go and do. If consequences suddenly come, don’t accept it. Here’s the same thing. People went to the demonstration. It wasn’t sanctioned. There’s a law that states what’s possible and what isn’t. What did they expect?”

In addition, the company banned using the Belarusian language in internal work chats. This is what the co-founder of Synesis Aliaksandr Shatrou said:

«He knows Russian, but uses Belarusian. I’m categorically against such moments. That is, it creates inconvenience to everyone who doesn’t know this language.»

Aliaksandr Shatrou (Alexander Shatrov) / probusiness.io

The product for which the company came under restrictions is called Kipod, a cloud platform for monitoring public safety.

Synesis became the technical operator for the Republican Public Safety Monitoring System in 2018.

How this happened is unknown. The open tender was cancelled due to the fact that only one candidate applied for it, the company 24×7 Panaptes, owned by Synesis. Further selection procedure was closed to the public.

Then, the Council of Ministers ordered a number of facilities to connect to the Synesis system, and in addition – to pay Synesis a very high monthly rate of 100 rubles per camera.

Now Synesis is 100% owned by Aliaksandr Shatrou. But this happened quite recently, two weeks after the imposition of another round of EU sanctions against this company. Until then, company shares belonged to Energo-Oil-Invest and the wife of Energo-Oil’s main beneficiary, Ina Aleksina (Inna Oleksina).

They joined Synesis in 2016, seven months before the decree on the Republican Monitoring System was adopted. That is, it may seem that the investment was specifically aimed at obtaining an order to create a national surveillance system. IT specialist Syarhei Laurynenka (Sergei Lavrinenko) believes that Synesis is an exception:

“The Belarusian IT sector differs in that it is mostly export-oriented. More than 95% of all services it produces go to countries outside Belarus. Belarusian projects in companies are a rarity. Therefore, indeed, companies that have large Belarusian customers, large Belarusian orders, rather, stand out from the crowd. But for those who work for the Belarusian market, this is, so to speak, a significant preference.»

Aliaksandr Shatrou says that his company receives money not from the Interior Ministry, but from subscribers, and on this basis plans to appeal against the EU sanctions. And very few cameras have been connected yet. Probably, to make it easier for him to appeal the sanctions, Shatrou got rid of the partnership with Aliaksei Aleksin’s (Alexey Oleksin) structures on paper.

Aleksin became known to the general public thanks to Tabakerka (Snuffbox), the only private network of the capital’s kiosks.

Tabakerka (Snuffbox)

Ten years ago, Minsk authorities banned kiosks in the city, citing, among other things, that they were unsightly. The company, which was subsequently given a monopoly on them, is called Energo-Oil. Now – Energo-Oil-Invest. This is the same company that owned Synesis before the sanctions were imposed. Anatol Shumchanka (Anatoly Shumchenko), chairman of the Perspectives NGO, which unites individual entrepreneurs, noted that the state behaves strangely:

“The state is behaving strangely, since in this case it should give everyone equal opportunities, but instead, based on the answers that kiosks are impractical for entrepreneurs, we conclude that for the state there are mere mortal entrepreneurs, and not simple entrepreneurs who have special preferences ”.

In early 2021, Energo-Oil-Invest also underwent a sudden change of ownership. January 12 Aliaksei Aleksin.

The state register of legal entities names Energo-Oil as the predecessor of Energo-Oil-Invest, formerly called Triple-Energo and part of Yuri Chizh’s holding. Aleksin took charge of Triple-Energo in 2001. Prior to that, he was the curator of petroleum products trade at Belvneshtorginvest, part of the Presidential Affairs Management (PAM).

Under Aleksin, Triple-Energo was one of the few private companies whom the authorities allowed to process cheap Russian oil at Belarusian refineries, and then export oil products made from it. At the beginning of the last decade, this company, according to media reports, also illegally re-exported Russian oil products, disguising them as solvents, thinners, and biodiesel. According to the daily, other companies that were part of Triple at the time did the same: Neonafta and Belneftegaz.

The full text of the investigation is available in pdf, mobi, epub formats.

belsat.eu

, Aliaksandr Shatrou (Alexander Shatrov), co-founder of Synesis, made a fuss earlier with his political comments. For example, after Freedom Day 2017, he criticized the protesters detained by the police. He later compared the protests to drug trafficking. Here is how Aliaksandr Shatrou put it: “It’ll be strange if you start shouting that if drugs are

News – belsat.eu, How Lukashenka’s bagmen bypass sanctions, on April 8, 2021 4:58 PM at 4:58 PM

Read More

Aliaksandr Shatrou (Alexander Shatrov), co-founder of Synesis, made a fuss earlier with his political comments.

For example, after Freedom Day 2017, he criticized the protesters detained by the police. He later compared the protests to drug trafficking. Here is how Aliaksandr Shatrou put it:

“It’ll be strange if you start shouting that if drugs are legalized in America, then you don’t understand why you are treated like that here. That is, you understand the consequences, you go and do. If consequences suddenly come, don’t accept it. Here’s the same thing. People went to the demonstration. It wasn’t sanctioned. There’s a law that states what’s possible and what isn’t. What did they expect?”

In addition, the company banned using the Belarusian language in internal work chats. This is what the co-founder of Synesis Aliaksandr Shatrou said:

«He knows Russian, but uses Belarusian. I’m categorically against such moments. That is, it creates inconvenience to everyone who doesn’t know this language.»

Aliaksandr Shatrou (Alexander Shatrov) / probusiness.io

The product for which the company came under restrictions is called Kipod, a cloud platform for monitoring public safety.

Synesis became the technical operator for the Republican Public Safety Monitoring System in 2018.

How this happened is unknown. The open tender was cancelled due to the fact that only one candidate applied for it, the company 24×7 Panaptes, owned by Synesis. Further selection procedure was closed to the public.

Then, the Council of Ministers ordered a number of facilities to connect to the Synesis system, and in addition – to pay Synesis a very high monthly rate of 100 rubles per camera.

Now Synesis is 100% owned by Aliaksandr Shatrou. But this happened quite recently, two weeks after the imposition of another round of EU sanctions against this company. Until then, company shares belonged to Energo-Oil-Invest and the wife of Energo-Oil’s main beneficiary, Ina Aleksina (Inna Oleksina).

They joined Synesis in 2016, seven months before the decree on the Republican Monitoring System was adopted. That is, it may seem that the investment was specifically aimed at obtaining an order to create a national surveillance system. IT specialist Syarhei Laurynenka (Sergei Lavrinenko) believes that Synesis is an exception:

“The Belarusian IT sector differs in that it is mostly export-oriented. More than 95% of all services it produces go to countries outside Belarus. Belarusian projects in companies are a rarity. Therefore, indeed, companies that have large Belarusian customers, large Belarusian orders, rather, stand out from the crowd. But for those who work for the Belarusian market, this is, so to speak, a significant preference.»

Aliaksandr Shatrou says that his company receives money not from the Interior Ministry, but from subscribers, and on this basis plans to appeal against the EU sanctions. And very few cameras have been connected yet. Probably, to make it easier for him to appeal the sanctions, Shatrou got rid of the partnership with Aliaksei Aleksin’s (Alexey Oleksin) structures on paper.

Aleksin became known to the general public thanks to Tabakerka (Snuffbox), the only private network of the capital’s kiosks.

Tabakerka (Snuffbox)

Ten years ago, Minsk authorities banned kiosks in the city, citing, among other things, that they were unsightly. The company, which was subsequently given a monopoly on them, is called Energo-Oil. Now – Energo-Oil-Invest. This is the same company that owned Synesis before the sanctions were imposed. Anatol Shumchanka (Anatoly Shumchenko), chairman of the Perspectives NGO, which unites individual entrepreneurs, noted that the state behaves strangely:

“The state is behaving strangely, since in this case it should give everyone equal opportunities, but instead, based on the answers that kiosks are impractical for entrepreneurs, we conclude that for the state there are mere mortal entrepreneurs, and not simple entrepreneurs who have special preferences ”.

In early 2021, Energo-Oil-Invest also underwent a sudden change of ownership. January 12 Aliaksei Aleksin.

The state register of legal entities names Energo-Oil as the predecessor of Energo-Oil-Invest, formerly called Triple-Energo and part of Yuri Chizh’s holding. Aleksin took charge of Triple-Energo in 2001. Prior to that, he was the curator of petroleum products trade at Belvneshtorginvest, part of the Presidential Affairs Management (PAM).

Under Aleksin, Triple-Energo was one of the few private companies whom the authorities allowed to process cheap Russian oil at Belarusian refineries, and then export oil products made from it. At the beginning of the last decade, this company, according to media reports, also illegally re-exported Russian oil products, disguising them as solvents, thinners, and biodiesel. According to the daily, other companies that were part of Triple at the time did the same: Neonafta and Belneftegaz.

The full text of the investigation is available in pdf, mobi, epub formats.

belsat.eu

, Aliaksandr Shatrou (Alexander Shatrov), co-founder of Synesis, made a fuss earlier with his political comments. For example, after Freedom Day 2017, he criticized the protesters detained by the police. He later compared the protests to drug trafficking. Here is how Aliaksandr Shatrou put it: “It’ll be strange if you start shouting that if drugs are

News – belsat.eu, How Lukashenka’s bagmen bypass sanctions, on April 8, 2021 4:58 PM at 4:58 PM

Read More

Aliaksandr Shatrou (Alexander Shatrov), co-founder of Synesis, made a fuss earlier with his political comments.

For example, after Freedom Day 2017, he criticized the protesters detained by the police. He later compared the protests to drug trafficking. Here is how Aliaksandr Shatrou put it:

“It’ll be strange if you start shouting that if drugs are legalized in America, then you don’t understand why you are treated like that here. That is, you understand the consequences, you go and do. If consequences suddenly come, don’t accept it. Here’s the same thing. People went to the demonstration. It wasn’t sanctioned. There’s a law that states what’s possible and what isn’t. What did they expect?”

In addition, the company banned using the Belarusian language in internal work chats. This is what the co-founder of Synesis Aliaksandr Shatrou said:

«He knows Russian, but uses Belarusian. I’m categorically against such moments. That is, it creates inconvenience to everyone who doesn’t know this language.»

Aliaksandr Shatrou (Alexander Shatrov) / probusiness.io

The product for which the company came under restrictions is called Kipod, a cloud platform for monitoring public safety.

Synesis became the technical operator for the Republican Public Safety Monitoring System in 2018.

How this happened is unknown. The open tender was cancelled due to the fact that only one candidate applied for it, the company 24×7 Panaptes, owned by Synesis. Further selection procedure was closed to the public.

Then, the Council of Ministers ordered a number of facilities to connect to the Synesis system, and in addition – to pay Synesis a very high monthly rate of 100 rubles per camera.

Now Synesis is 100% owned by Aliaksandr Shatrou. But this happened quite recently, two weeks after the imposition of another round of EU sanctions against this company. Until then, company shares belonged to Energo-Oil-Invest and the wife of Energo-Oil’s main beneficiary, Ina Aleksina (Inna Oleksina).

They joined Synesis in 2016, seven months before the decree on the Republican Monitoring System was adopted. That is, it may seem that the investment was specifically aimed at obtaining an order to create a national surveillance system. IT specialist Syarhei Laurynenka (Sergei Lavrinenko) believes that Synesis is an exception:

“The Belarusian IT sector differs in that it is mostly export-oriented. More than 95% of all services it produces go to countries outside Belarus. Belarusian projects in companies are a rarity. Therefore, indeed, companies that have large Belarusian customers, large Belarusian orders, rather, stand out from the crowd. But for those who work for the Belarusian market, this is, so to speak, a significant preference.»

Aliaksandr Shatrou says that his company receives money not from the Interior Ministry, but from subscribers, and on this basis plans to appeal against the EU sanctions. And very few cameras have been connected yet. Probably, to make it easier for him to appeal the sanctions, Shatrou got rid of the partnership with Aliaksei Aleksin’s (Alexey Oleksin) structures on paper.

Aleksin became known to the general public thanks to Tabakerka (Snuffbox), the only private network of the capital’s kiosks.

Tabakerka (Snuffbox)

Ten years ago, Minsk authorities banned kiosks in the city, citing, among other things, that they were unsightly. The company, which was subsequently given a monopoly on them, is called Energo-Oil. Now – Energo-Oil-Invest. This is the same company that owned Synesis before the sanctions were imposed. Anatol Shumchanka (Anatoly Shumchenko), chairman of the Perspectives NGO, which unites individual entrepreneurs, noted that the state behaves strangely:

“The state is behaving strangely, since in this case it should give everyone equal opportunities, but instead, based on the answers that kiosks are impractical for entrepreneurs, we conclude that for the state there are mere mortal entrepreneurs, and not simple entrepreneurs who have special preferences ”.

In early 2021, Energo-Oil-Invest also underwent a sudden change of ownership. January 12 Aliaksei Aleksin.

The state register of legal entities names Energo-Oil as the predecessor of Energo-Oil-Invest, formerly called Triple-Energo and part of Yuri Chizh’s holding. Aleksin took charge of Triple-Energo in 2001. Prior to that, he was the curator of petroleum products trade at Belvneshtorginvest, part of the Presidential Affairs Management (PAM).

Under Aleksin, Triple-Energo was one of the few private companies whom the authorities allowed to process cheap Russian oil at Belarusian refineries, and then export oil products made from it. At the beginning of the last decade, this company, according to media reports, also illegally re-exported Russian oil products, disguising them as solvents, thinners, and biodiesel. According to the daily, other companies that were part of Triple at the time did the same: Neonafta and Belneftegaz.

The full text of the investigation is available in pdf, mobi, epub formats.

belsat.eu

, Aliaksandr Shatrou (Alexander Shatrov), co-founder of Synesis, made a fuss earlier with his political comments. For example, after Freedom Day 2017, he criticized the protesters detained by the police. He later compared the protests to drug trafficking. Here is how Aliaksandr Shatrou put it: “It’ll be strange if you start shouting that if drugs are

News – belsat.eu, How Lukashenka’s bagmen bypass sanctions, on April 8, 2021 4:58 PM at 4:58 PM

Read More

Aliaksandr Shatrou (Alexander Shatrov), co-founder of Synesis, made a fuss earlier with his political comments.

For example, after Freedom Day 2017, he criticized the protesters detained by the police. He later compared the protests to drug trafficking. Here is how Aliaksandr Shatrou put it:

“It’ll be strange if you start shouting that if drugs are legalized in America, then you don’t understand why you are treated like that here. That is, you understand the consequences, you go and do. If consequences suddenly come, don’t accept it. Here’s the same thing. People went to the demonstration. It wasn’t sanctioned. There’s a law that states what’s possible and what isn’t. What did they expect?”

In addition, the company banned using the Belarusian language in internal work chats. This is what the co-founder of Synesis Aliaksandr Shatrou said:

«He knows Russian, but uses Belarusian. I’m categorically against such moments. That is, it creates inconvenience to everyone who doesn’t know this language.»

Aliaksandr Shatrou (Alexander Shatrov) / probusiness.io

The product for which the company came under restrictions is called Kipod, a cloud platform for monitoring public safety.

Synesis became the technical operator for the Republican Public Safety Monitoring System in 2018.

How this happened is unknown. The open tender was cancelled due to the fact that only one candidate applied for it, the company 24×7 Panaptes, owned by Synesis. Further selection procedure was closed to the public.

Then, the Council of Ministers ordered a number of facilities to connect to the Synesis system, and in addition – to pay Synesis a very high monthly rate of 100 rubles per camera.

Now Synesis is 100% owned by Aliaksandr Shatrou. But this happened quite recently, two weeks after the imposition of another round of EU sanctions against this company. Until then, company shares belonged to Energo-Oil-Invest and the wife of Energo-Oil’s main beneficiary, Ina Aleksina (Inna Oleksina).

They joined Synesis in 2016, seven months before the decree on the Republican Monitoring System was adopted. That is, it may seem that the investment was specifically aimed at obtaining an order to create a national surveillance system. IT specialist Syarhei Laurynenka (Sergei Lavrinenko) believes that Synesis is an exception:

“The Belarusian IT sector differs in that it is mostly export-oriented. More than 95% of all services it produces go to countries outside Belarus. Belarusian projects in companies are a rarity. Therefore, indeed, companies that have large Belarusian customers, large Belarusian orders, rather, stand out from the crowd. But for those who work for the Belarusian market, this is, so to speak, a significant preference.»

Aliaksandr Shatrou says that his company receives money not from the Interior Ministry, but from subscribers, and on this basis plans to appeal against the EU sanctions. And very few cameras have been connected yet. Probably, to make it easier for him to appeal the sanctions, Shatrou got rid of the partnership with Aliaksei Aleksin’s (Alexey Oleksin) structures on paper.

Aleksin became known to the general public thanks to Tabakerka (Snuffbox), the only private network of the capital’s kiosks.

Tabakerka (Snuffbox)

Ten years ago, Minsk authorities banned kiosks in the city, citing, among other things, that they were unsightly. The company, which was subsequently given a monopoly on them, is called Energo-Oil. Now – Energo-Oil-Invest. This is the same company that owned Synesis before the sanctions were imposed. Anatol Shumchanka (Anatoly Shumchenko), chairman of the Perspectives NGO, which unites individual entrepreneurs, noted that the state behaves strangely:

“The state is behaving strangely, since in this case it should give everyone equal opportunities, but instead, based on the answers that kiosks are impractical for entrepreneurs, we conclude that for the state there are mere mortal entrepreneurs, and not simple entrepreneurs who have special preferences ”.

In early 2021, Energo-Oil-Invest also underwent a sudden change of ownership. January 12 Aliaksei Aleksin.

The state register of legal entities names Energo-Oil as the predecessor of Energo-Oil-Invest, formerly called Triple-Energo and part of Yuri Chizh’s holding. Aleksin took charge of Triple-Energo in 2001. Prior to that, he was the curator of petroleum products trade at Belvneshtorginvest, part of the Presidential Affairs Management (PAM).

Under Aleksin, Triple-Energo was one of the few private companies whom the authorities allowed to process cheap Russian oil at Belarusian refineries, and then export oil products made from it. At the beginning of the last decade, this company, according to media reports, also illegally re-exported Russian oil products, disguising them as solvents, thinners, and biodiesel. According to the daily, other companies that were part of Triple at the time did the same: Neonafta and Belneftegaz.

The full text of the investigation is available in pdf, mobi, epub formats.

belsat.eu

, Aliaksandr Shatrou (Alexander Shatrov), co-founder of Synesis, made a fuss earlier with his political comments. For example, after Freedom Day 2017, he criticized the protesters detained by the police. He later compared the protests to drug trafficking. Here is how Aliaksandr Shatrou put it: “It’ll be strange if you start shouting that if drugs are

News – belsat.eu, How Lukashenka’s bagmen bypass sanctions, on April 8, 2021 4:58 PM at 4:58 PM

Read More

Aliaksandr Shatrou (Alexander Shatrov), co-founder of Synesis, made a fuss earlier with his political comments.

For example, after Freedom Day 2017, he criticized the protesters detained by the police. He later compared the protests to drug trafficking. Here is how Aliaksandr Shatrou put it:

“It’ll be strange if you start shouting that if drugs are legalized in America, then you don’t understand why you are treated like that here. That is, you understand the consequences, you go and do. If consequences suddenly come, don’t accept it. Here’s the same thing. People went to the demonstration. It wasn’t sanctioned. There’s a law that states what’s possible and what isn’t. What did they expect?”

In addition, the company banned using the Belarusian language in internal work chats. This is what the co-founder of Synesis Aliaksandr Shatrou said:

«He knows Russian, but uses Belarusian. I’m categorically against such moments. That is, it creates inconvenience to everyone who doesn’t know this language.»

Aliaksandr Shatrou (Alexander Shatrov) / probusiness.io

The product for which the company came under restrictions is called Kipod, a cloud platform for monitoring public safety.

Synesis became the technical operator for the Republican Public Safety Monitoring System in 2018.

How this happened is unknown. The open tender was cancelled due to the fact that only one candidate applied for it, the company 24×7 Panaptes, owned by Synesis. Further selection procedure was closed to the public.

Then, the Council of Ministers ordered a number of facilities to connect to the Synesis system, and in addition – to pay Synesis a very high monthly rate of 100 rubles per camera.

Now Synesis is 100% owned by Aliaksandr Shatrou. But this happened quite recently, two weeks after the imposition of another round of EU sanctions against this company. Until then, company shares belonged to Energo-Oil-Invest and the wife of Energo-Oil’s main beneficiary, Ina Aleksina (Inna Oleksina).

They joined Synesis in 2016, seven months before the decree on the Republican Monitoring System was adopted. That is, it may seem that the investment was specifically aimed at obtaining an order to create a national surveillance system. IT specialist Syarhei Laurynenka (Sergei Lavrinenko) believes that Synesis is an exception:

“The Belarusian IT sector differs in that it is mostly export-oriented. More than 95% of all services it produces go to countries outside Belarus. Belarusian projects in companies are a rarity. Therefore, indeed, companies that have large Belarusian customers, large Belarusian orders, rather, stand out from the crowd. But for those who work for the Belarusian market, this is, so to speak, a significant preference.»

Aliaksandr Shatrou says that his company receives money not from the Interior Ministry, but from subscribers, and on this basis plans to appeal against the EU sanctions. And very few cameras have been connected yet. Probably, to make it easier for him to appeal the sanctions, Shatrou got rid of the partnership with Aliaksei Aleksin’s (Alexey Oleksin) structures on paper.

Aleksin became known to the general public thanks to Tabakerka (Snuffbox), the only private network of the capital’s kiosks.

Tabakerka (Snuffbox)

Ten years ago, Minsk authorities banned kiosks in the city, citing, among other things, that they were unsightly. The company, which was subsequently given a monopoly on them, is called Energo-Oil. Now – Energo-Oil-Invest. This is the same company that owned Synesis before the sanctions were imposed. Anatol Shumchanka (Anatoly Shumchenko), chairman of the Perspectives NGO, which unites individual entrepreneurs, noted that the state behaves strangely:

“The state is behaving strangely, since in this case it should give everyone equal opportunities, but instead, based on the answers that kiosks are impractical for entrepreneurs, we conclude that for the state there are mere mortal entrepreneurs, and not simple entrepreneurs who have special preferences ”.

In early 2021, Energo-Oil-Invest also underwent a sudden change of ownership. January 12 Aliaksei Aleksin.

The state register of legal entities names Energo-Oil as the predecessor of Energo-Oil-Invest, formerly called Triple-Energo and part of Yuri Chizh’s holding. Aleksin took charge of Triple-Energo in 2001. Prior to that, he was the curator of petroleum products trade at Belvneshtorginvest, part of the Presidential Affairs Management (PAM).

Under Aleksin, Triple-Energo was one of the few private companies whom the authorities allowed to process cheap Russian oil at Belarusian refineries, and then export oil products made from it. At the beginning of the last decade, this company, according to media reports, also illegally re-exported Russian oil products, disguising them as solvents, thinners, and biodiesel. According to the daily, other companies that were part of Triple at the time did the same: Neonafta and Belneftegaz.

The full text of the investigation is available in pdf, mobi, epub formats.

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, Aliaksandr Shatrou (Alexander Shatrov), co-founder of Synesis, made a fuss earlier with his political comments. For example, after Freedom Day 2017, he criticized the protesters detained by the police. He later compared the protests to drug trafficking. Here is how Aliaksandr Shatrou put it: “It’ll be strange if you start shouting that if drugs are

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Additional sanctions should be imposed on the regime of Alyaksandr Lukashenka, concluded the Swedish parliamentarians after the report on conditions of detention and torture of the Belarusian political prisoners. Swedish Foreign Minister Ann Linde notes in her report that chlorine is used against political prisoners. This substance is dangerous to humans in high concentrations and can lead to death. Meanwhile, the number of testimonies about the use of chlorine is growing.

Every day a bucket of water with a high concentration of chlorine is poured on the floor of a small cell. After a few hours, the head hurts, skin starts to itch. Chairman of the Belarusian Social Democratic Party “Hramada” Ihar Borisau has told about the conditions in the detention center on Akrestsina Street. There he spent several days of the 15 days’ punishment for the application for the Freedom Day rally.

“You are put in a cell for 2 with 9 more people. When there’s an excessive concentration of chlorine you start to suffocate. I shared a cell with the guys who had been in the cell with Mikalai Kazlou, they had it even worse, because they were in a two-by-three cell. At first there were six of them in the punishment cell, then they put a homeless man in it and it was impossible to sleep on the concrete floor. And on top of that they had two buckets of chlorine poured into the cell,” says Ihar Barysau.

 

, Every day a bucket of water with a high concentration of chlorine is poured on the floor of a small cell.

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Additional sanctions should be imposed on the regime of Alyaksandr Lukashenka, concluded the Swedish parliamentarians after the report on conditions of detention and torture of the Belarusian political prisoners. Swedish Foreign Minister Ann Linde notes in her report that chlorine is used against political prisoners. This substance is dangerous to humans in high concentrations and can lead to death. Meanwhile, the number of testimonies about the use of chlorine is growing.

Every day a bucket of water with a high concentration of chlorine is poured on the floor of a small cell. After a few hours, the head hurts, skin starts to itch. Chairman of the Belarusian Social Democratic Party “Hramada” Ihar Borisau has told about the conditions in the detention center on Akrestsina Street. There he spent several days of the 15 days’ punishment for the application for the Freedom Day rally.

“You are put in a cell for 2 with 9 more people. When there’s an excessive concentration of chlorine you start to suffocate. I shared a cell with the guys who had been in the cell with Mikalai Kazlou, they had it even worse, because they were in a two-by-three cell. At first there were six of them in the punishment cell, then they put a homeless man in it and it was impossible to sleep on the concrete floor. And on top of that they had two buckets of chlorine poured into the cell,” says Ihar Barysau.

 

, Every day a bucket of water with a high concentration of chlorine is poured on the floor of a small cell.

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Additional sanctions should be imposed on the regime of Alyaksandr Lukashenka, concluded the Swedish parliamentarians after the report on conditions of detention and torture of the Belarusian political prisoners. Swedish Foreign Minister Ann Linde notes in her report that chlorine is used against political prisoners. This substance is dangerous to humans in high concentrations and can lead to death. Meanwhile, the number of testimonies about the use of chlorine is growing.

Every day a bucket of water with a high concentration of chlorine is poured on the floor of a small cell. After a few hours, the head hurts, skin starts to itch. Chairman of the Belarusian Social Democratic Party “Hramada” Ihar Borisau has told about the conditions in the detention center on Akrestsina Street. There he spent several days of the 15 days’ punishment for the application for the Freedom Day rally.

“You are put in a cell for 2 with 9 more people. When there’s an excessive concentration of chlorine you start to suffocate. I shared a cell with the guys who had been in the cell with Mikalai Kazlou, they had it even worse, because they were in a two-by-three cell. At first there were six of them in the punishment cell, then they put a homeless man in it and it was impossible to sleep on the concrete floor. And on top of that they had two buckets of chlorine poured into the cell,” says Ihar Barysau.

 

, Every day a bucket of water with a high concentration of chlorine is poured on the floor of a small cell.

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Additional sanctions should be imposed on the regime of Alyaksandr Lukashenka, concluded the Swedish parliamentarians after the report on conditions of detention and torture of the Belarusian political prisoners. Swedish Foreign Minister Ann Linde notes in her report that chlorine is used against political prisoners. This substance is dangerous to humans in high concentrations and can lead to death. Meanwhile, the number of testimonies about the use of chlorine is growing.

Every day a bucket of water with a high concentration of chlorine is poured on the floor of a small cell. After a few hours, the head hurts, skin starts to itch. Chairman of the Belarusian Social Democratic Party “Hramada” Ihar Borisau has told about the conditions in the detention center on Akrestsina Street. There he spent several days of the 15 days’ punishment for the application for the Freedom Day rally.

“You are put in a cell for 2 with 9 more people. When there’s an excessive concentration of chlorine you start to suffocate. I shared a cell with the guys who had been in the cell with Mikalai Kazlou, they had it even worse, because they were in a two-by-three cell. At first there were six of them in the punishment cell, then they put a homeless man in it and it was impossible to sleep on the concrete floor. And on top of that they had two buckets of chlorine poured into the cell,” says Ihar Barysau.

 

, Every day a bucket of water with a high concentration of chlorine is poured on the floor of a small cell.

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Additional sanctions should be imposed on the regime of Alyaksandr Lukashenka, concluded the Swedish parliamentarians after the report on conditions of detention and torture of the Belarusian political prisoners. Swedish Foreign Minister Ann Linde notes in her report that chlorine is used against political prisoners. This substance is dangerous to humans in high concentrations and can lead to death. Meanwhile, the number of testimonies about the use of chlorine is growing.

Every day a bucket of water with a high concentration of chlorine is poured on the floor of a small cell. After a few hours, the head hurts, skin starts to itch. Chairman of the Belarusian Social Democratic Party “Hramada” Ihar Borisau has told about the conditions in the detention center on Akrestsina Street. There he spent several days of the 15 days’ punishment for the application for the Freedom Day rally.

“You are put in a cell for 2 with 9 more people. When there’s an excessive concentration of chlorine you start to suffocate. I shared a cell with the guys who had been in the cell with Mikalai Kazlou, they had it even worse, because they were in a two-by-three cell. At first there were six of them in the punishment cell, then they put a homeless man in it and it was impossible to sleep on the concrete floor. And on top of that they had two buckets of chlorine poured into the cell,” says Ihar Barysau.

 

, Every day a bucket of water with a high concentration of chlorine is poured on the floor of a small cell.

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Additional sanctions should be imposed on the regime of Alyaksandr Lukashenka, concluded the Swedish parliamentarians after the report on conditions of detention and torture of the Belarusian political prisoners. Swedish Foreign Minister Ann Linde notes in her report that chlorine is used against political prisoners. This substance is dangerous to humans in high concentrations and can lead to death. Meanwhile, the number of testimonies about the use of chlorine is growing.

Every day a bucket of water with a high concentration of chlorine is poured on the floor of a small cell. After a few hours, the head hurts, skin starts to itch. Chairman of the Belarusian Social Democratic Party “Hramada” Ihar Borisau has told about the conditions in the detention center on Akrestsina Street. There he spent several days of the 15 days’ punishment for the application for the Freedom Day rally.

“You are put in a cell for 2 with 9 more people. When there’s an excessive concentration of chlorine you start to suffocate. I shared a cell with the guys who had been in the cell with Mikalai Kazlou, they had it even worse, because they were in a two-by-three cell. At first there were six of them in the punishment cell, then they put a homeless man in it and it was impossible to sleep on the concrete floor. And on top of that they had two buckets of chlorine poured into the cell,” says Ihar Barysau.

 

, Every day a bucket of water with a high concentration of chlorine is poured on the floor of a small cell.

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Additional sanctions should be imposed on the regime of Alyaksandr Lukashenka, concluded the Swedish parliamentarians after the report on conditions of detention and torture of the Belarusian political prisoners. Swedish Foreign Minister Ann Linde notes in her report that chlorine is used against political prisoners. This substance is dangerous to humans in high concentrations and can lead to death. Meanwhile, the number of testimonies about the use of chlorine is growing.

Every day a bucket of water with a high concentration of chlorine is poured on the floor of a small cell. After a few hours, the head hurts, skin starts to itch. Chairman of the Belarusian Social Democratic Party “Hramada” Ihar Borisau has told about the conditions in the detention center on Akrestsina Street. There he spent several days of the 15 days’ punishment for the application for the Freedom Day rally.

“You are put in a cell for 2 with 9 more people. When there’s an excessive concentration of chlorine you start to suffocate. I shared a cell with the guys who had been in the cell with Mikalai Kazlou, they had it even worse, because they were in a two-by-three cell. At first there were six of them in the punishment cell, then they put a homeless man in it and it was impossible to sleep on the concrete floor. And on top of that they had two buckets of chlorine poured into the cell,” says Ihar Barysau.

 

, Every day a bucket of water with a high concentration of chlorine is poured on the floor of a small cell.

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Additional sanctions should be imposed on the regime of Alyaksandr Lukashenka, concluded the Swedish parliamentarians after the report on conditions of detention and torture of the Belarusian political prisoners. Swedish Foreign Minister Ann Linde notes in her report that chlorine is used against political prisoners. This substance is dangerous to humans in high concentrations and can lead to death. Meanwhile, the number of testimonies about the use of chlorine is growing.

Every day a bucket of water with a high concentration of chlorine is poured on the floor of a small cell. After a few hours, the head hurts, skin starts to itch. Chairman of the Belarusian Social Democratic Party “Hramada” Ihar Borisau has told about the conditions in the detention center on Akrestsina Street. There he spent several days of the 15 days’ punishment for the application for the Freedom Day rally.

“You are put in a cell for 2 with 9 more people. When there’s an excessive concentration of chlorine you start to suffocate. I shared a cell with the guys who had been in the cell with Mikalai Kazlou, they had it even worse, because they were in a two-by-three cell. At first there were six of them in the punishment cell, then they put a homeless man in it and it was impossible to sleep on the concrete floor. And on top of that they had two buckets of chlorine poured into the cell,” says Ihar Barysau.

 

, Every day a bucket of water with a high concentration of chlorine is poured on the floor of a small cell.

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Additional sanctions should be imposed on the regime of Alyaksandr Lukashenka, concluded the Swedish parliamentarians after the report on conditions of detention and torture of the Belarusian political prisoners. Swedish Foreign Minister Ann Linde notes in her report that chlorine is used against political prisoners. This substance is dangerous to humans in high concentrations and can lead to death. Meanwhile, the number of testimonies about the use of chlorine is growing.

Every day a bucket of water with a high concentration of chlorine is poured on the floor of a small cell. After a few hours, the head hurts, skin starts to itch. Chairman of the Belarusian Social Democratic Party “Hramada” Ihar Borisau has told about the conditions in the detention center on Akrestsina Street. There he spent several days of the 15 days’ punishment for the application for the Freedom Day rally.

“You are put in a cell for 2 with 9 more people. When there’s an excessive concentration of chlorine you start to suffocate. I shared a cell with the guys who had been in the cell with Mikalai Kazlou, they had it even worse, because they were in a two-by-three cell. At first there were six of them in the punishment cell, then they put a homeless man in it and it was impossible to sleep on the concrete floor. And on top of that they had two buckets of chlorine poured into the cell,” says Ihar Barysau.

 

, Every day a bucket of water with a high concentration of chlorine is poured on the floor of a small cell.

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Additional sanctions should be imposed on the regime of Alyaksandr Lukashenka, concluded the Swedish parliamentarians after the report on conditions of detention and torture of the Belarusian political prisoners. Swedish Foreign Minister Ann Linde notes in her report that chlorine is used against political prisoners. This substance is dangerous to humans in high concentrations and can lead to death. Meanwhile, the number of testimonies about the use of chlorine is growing.

Every day a bucket of water with a high concentration of chlorine is poured on the floor of a small cell. After a few hours, the head hurts, skin starts to itch. Chairman of the Belarusian Social Democratic Party “Hramada” Ihar Borisau has told about the conditions in the detention center on Akrestsina Street. There he spent several days of the 15 days’ punishment for the application for the Freedom Day rally.

“You are put in a cell for 2 with 9 more people. When there’s an excessive concentration of chlorine you start to suffocate. I shared a cell with the guys who had been in the cell with Mikalai Kazlou, they had it even worse, because they were in a two-by-three cell. At first there were six of them in the punishment cell, then they put a homeless man in it and it was impossible to sleep on the concrete floor. And on top of that they had two buckets of chlorine poured into the cell,” says Ihar Barysau.

 

, Every day a bucket of water with a high concentration of chlorine is poured on the floor of a small cell.

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Additional sanctions should be imposed on the regime of Alyaksandr Lukashenka, concluded the Swedish parliamentarians after the report on conditions of detention and torture of the Belarusian political prisoners. Swedish Foreign Minister Ann Linde notes in her report that chlorine is used against political prisoners. This substance is dangerous to humans in high concentrations and can lead to death. Meanwhile, the number of testimonies about the use of chlorine is growing.

Every day a bucket of water with a high concentration of chlorine is poured on the floor of a small cell. After a few hours, the head hurts, skin starts to itch. Chairman of the Belarusian Social Democratic Party “Hramada” Ihar Borisau has told about the conditions in the detention center on Akrestsina Street. There he spent several days of the 15 days’ punishment for the application for the Freedom Day rally.

“You are put in a cell for 2 with 9 more people. When there’s an excessive concentration of chlorine you start to suffocate. I shared a cell with the guys who had been in the cell with Mikalai Kazlou, they had it even worse, because they were in a two-by-three cell. At first there were six of them in the punishment cell, then they put a homeless man in it and it was impossible to sleep on the concrete floor. And on top of that they had two buckets of chlorine poured into the cell,” says Ihar Barysau.

 

, Every day a bucket of water with a high concentration of chlorine is poured on the floor of a small cell.

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Protests in Minsk. 9 August 2020. Photo: АВ / Vot Tak TV / Belsat

The authorities have stepped up the ressure on the International Committee to Investigate Torture in Belarus, the Legal Initiative human rights organisation said on Thursday.

On April 3, a volunteer of the committee, who had already served a jail term, became a suspect in a criminal case under Part 1 of Art. 342 of the Criminal Code (‘organisation and preparation of actions that grossly violate public order, or active participation in them’).

“During the detention and search, [the officers] put him to torture to gain access to his computer and mobile telephone. While being under administrative arrest, he was also tortured, ill-treated, subjected to strong psychological pressure (i.e. bleach liquid was intentionally poured onto the floor of his cell; he was placed in solitary confinement where conditions were inhumane),” Legin.by reports.

It is not uncommon that torture victims are facing firther persecution, the Legal Initiative stressed.

On April, Belarusian security forces made an unexpected visit to the flat of OSCE/ODIHR expert Enira Branitskaya, who is also a Human Constanta lawyer and member of the board of the Office for the Rights of People with Disabilities. Officially, the search was conducted as part of a criminal case over ‘mass riots’. However, during the raid, security officers said that the real cause was the activity by the International Committee to Investigate Torture in Belarus. Computer equipment and money were confiscated during the search.

Mother of five tortured by police

The International Committee for the Investigation of Torture in Belarus was created as a reaction of Belarusian and foreign human rights organisations to torture and brutality towards civilians after the presidential elections on August 9, 2020.

On April 7, the Amnesty International organisation published its 2020/2021 report on the state of the human rights in the world; according to the human rights watchdog, the Belarusian authorities systematically used torture and other ill-treatment against people detained during protests, including participants, journalists and bystanders.

“UN human rights experts received 450 testimonies of ill-treatment of detainees supported by photo, video and medical evidence, documenting a horrific litany of abuses. They describe how protesters were tortured and ill-treated during arrest, transportation and detention in severely overcrowded facilities. Protesters were humiliated, brutally beaten, subjected to sexual violence, including against women and minors, and deprived of access to food, clean water and medical care during lengthy periods of detention,” the report reads.

The Belarusian authorities admitted receiving some 900 complaints of abuse by police in connection with the protests, but by the end of the year not a single criminal investigation had been opened, nor had any law enforcement officer been charged with respective violations, Amnesty International experts added.

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, The authorities have stepped up the ressure on the International Committee to Investigate Torture in Belarus, the Legal Initiative human rights organisation said on Thursday.

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Protests in Minsk. 9 August 2020. Photo: АВ / Vot Tak TV / Belsat

The authorities have stepped up the ressure on the International Committee to Investigate Torture in Belarus, the Legal Initiative human rights organisation said on Thursday.

On April 3, a volunteer of the committee, who had already served a jail term, became a suspect in a criminal case under Part 1 of Art. 342 of the Criminal Code (‘organisation and preparation of actions that grossly violate public order, or active participation in them’).

“During the detention and search, [the officers] put him to torture to gain access to his computer and mobile telephone. While being under administrative arrest, he was also tortured, ill-treated, subjected to strong psychological pressure (i.e. bleach liquid was intentionally poured onto the floor of his cell; he was placed in solitary confinement where conditions were inhumane),” Legin.by reports.

It is not uncommon that torture victims are facing firther persecution, the Legal Initiative stressed.

On April, Belarusian security forces made an unexpected visit to the flat of OSCE/ODIHR expert Enira Branitskaya, who is also a Human Constanta lawyer and member of the board of the Office for the Rights of People with Disabilities. Officially, the search was conducted as part of a criminal case over ‘mass riots’. However, during the raid, security officers said that the real cause was the activity by the International Committee to Investigate Torture in Belarus. Computer equipment and money were confiscated during the search.

Mother of five tortured by police

The International Committee for the Investigation of Torture in Belarus was created as a reaction of Belarusian and foreign human rights organisations to torture and brutality towards civilians after the presidential elections on August 9, 2020.

On April 7, the Amnesty International organisation published its 2020/2021 report on the state of the human rights in the world; according to the human rights watchdog, the Belarusian authorities systematically used torture and other ill-treatment against people detained during protests, including participants, journalists and bystanders.

“UN human rights experts received 450 testimonies of ill-treatment of detainees supported by photo, video and medical evidence, documenting a horrific litany of abuses. They describe how protesters were tortured and ill-treated during arrest, transportation and detention in severely overcrowded facilities. Protesters were humiliated, brutally beaten, subjected to sexual violence, including against women and minors, and deprived of access to food, clean water and medical care during lengthy periods of detention,” the report reads.

The Belarusian authorities admitted receiving some 900 complaints of abuse by police in connection with the protests, but by the end of the year not a single criminal investigation had been opened, nor had any law enforcement officer been charged with respective violations, Amnesty International experts added.

CNN publishes investigation about lawlessness and violence in Belarus

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, The authorities have stepped up the ressure on the International Committee to Investigate Torture in Belarus, the Legal Initiative human rights organisation said on Thursday.

News – belsat.eu, Human rights watchdog: Persons who help investigate torture cases in Belarus put to torture, on April 8, 2021 1:33 PM at 1:33 PM

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Protests in Minsk. 9 August 2020. Photo: АВ / Vot Tak TV / Belsat

The authorities have stepped up the ressure on the International Committee to Investigate Torture in Belarus, the Legal Initiative human rights organisation said on Thursday.

On April 3, a volunteer of the committee, who had already served a jail term, became a suspect in a criminal case under Part 1 of Art. 342 of the Criminal Code (‘organisation and preparation of actions that grossly violate public order, or active participation in them’).

“During the detention and search, [the officers] put him to torture to gain access to his computer and mobile telephone. While being under administrative arrest, he was also tortured, ill-treated, subjected to strong psychological pressure (i.e. bleach liquid was intentionally poured onto the floor of his cell; he was placed in solitary confinement where conditions were inhumane),” Legin.by reports.

It is not uncommon that torture victims are facing firther persecution, the Legal Initiative stressed.

On April, Belarusian security forces made an unexpected visit to the flat of OSCE/ODIHR expert Enira Branitskaya, who is also a Human Constanta lawyer and member of the board of the Office for the Rights of People with Disabilities. Officially, the search was conducted as part of a criminal case over ‘mass riots’. However, during the raid, security officers said that the real cause was the activity by the International Committee to Investigate Torture in Belarus. Computer equipment and money were confiscated during the search.

Mother of five tortured by police

The International Committee for the Investigation of Torture in Belarus was created as a reaction of Belarusian and foreign human rights organisations to torture and brutality towards civilians after the presidential elections on August 9, 2020.

On April 7, the Amnesty International organisation published its 2020/2021 report on the state of the human rights in the world; according to the human rights watchdog, the Belarusian authorities systematically used torture and other ill-treatment against people detained during protests, including participants, journalists and bystanders.

“UN human rights experts received 450 testimonies of ill-treatment of detainees supported by photo, video and medical evidence, documenting a horrific litany of abuses. They describe how protesters were tortured and ill-treated during arrest, transportation and detention in severely overcrowded facilities. Protesters were humiliated, brutally beaten, subjected to sexual violence, including against women and minors, and deprived of access to food, clean water and medical care during lengthy periods of detention,” the report reads.

The Belarusian authorities admitted receiving some 900 complaints of abuse by police in connection with the protests, but by the end of the year not a single criminal investigation had been opened, nor had any law enforcement officer been charged with respective violations, Amnesty International experts added.

CNN publishes investigation about lawlessness and violence in Belarus

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, The authorities have stepped up the ressure on the International Committee to Investigate Torture in Belarus, the Legal Initiative human rights organisation said on Thursday.

News – belsat.eu, Human rights watchdog: Persons who help investigate torture cases in Belarus put to torture, on April 8, 2021 1:33 PM at 1:33 PM

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Protests in Minsk. 9 August 2020. Photo: АВ / Vot Tak TV / Belsat

The authorities have stepped up the ressure on the International Committee to Investigate Torture in Belarus, the Legal Initiative human rights organisation said on Thursday.

On April 3, a volunteer of the committee, who had already served a jail term, became a suspect in a criminal case under Part 1 of Art. 342 of the Criminal Code (‘organisation and preparation of actions that grossly violate public order, or active participation in them’).

“During the detention and search, [the officers] put him to torture to gain access to his computer and mobile telephone. While being under administrative arrest, he was also tortured, ill-treated, subjected to strong psychological pressure (i.e. bleach liquid was intentionally poured onto the floor of his cell; he was placed in solitary confinement where conditions were inhumane),” Legin.by reports.

It is not uncommon that torture victims are facing firther persecution, the Legal Initiative stressed.

On April, Belarusian security forces made an unexpected visit to the flat of OSCE/ODIHR expert Enira Branitskaya, who is also a Human Constanta lawyer and member of the board of the Office for the Rights of People with Disabilities. Officially, the search was conducted as part of a criminal case over ‘mass riots’. However, during the raid, security officers said that the real cause was the activity by the International Committee to Investigate Torture in Belarus. Computer equipment and money were confiscated during the search.

Mother of five tortured by police

The International Committee for the Investigation of Torture in Belarus was created as a reaction of Belarusian and foreign human rights organisations to torture and brutality towards civilians after the presidential elections on August 9, 2020.

On April 7, the Amnesty International organisation published its 2020/2021 report on the state of the human rights in the world; according to the human rights watchdog, the Belarusian authorities systematically used torture and other ill-treatment against people detained during protests, including participants, journalists and bystanders.

“UN human rights experts received 450 testimonies of ill-treatment of detainees supported by photo, video and medical evidence, documenting a horrific litany of abuses. They describe how protesters were tortured and ill-treated during arrest, transportation and detention in severely overcrowded facilities. Protesters were humiliated, brutally beaten, subjected to sexual violence, including against women and minors, and deprived of access to food, clean water and medical care during lengthy periods of detention,” the report reads.

The Belarusian authorities admitted receiving some 900 complaints of abuse by police in connection with the protests, but by the end of the year not a single criminal investigation had been opened, nor had any law enforcement officer been charged with respective violations, Amnesty International experts added.

CNN publishes investigation about lawlessness and violence in Belarus

belsat.eu

, The authorities have stepped up the ressure on the International Committee to Investigate Torture in Belarus, the Legal Initiative human rights organisation said on Thursday.

News – belsat.eu, Human rights watchdog: Persons who help investigate torture cases in Belarus put to torture, on April 8, 2021 1:33 PM at 1:33 PM

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Protests in Minsk. 9 August 2020. Photo: АВ / Vot Tak TV / Belsat

The authorities have stepped up the ressure on the International Committee to Investigate Torture in Belarus, the Legal Initiative human rights organisation said on Thursday.

On April 3, a volunteer of the committee, who had already served a jail term, became a suspect in a criminal case under Part 1 of Art. 342 of the Criminal Code (‘organisation and preparation of actions that grossly violate public order, or active participation in them’).

“During the detention and search, [the officers] put him to torture to gain access to his computer and mobile telephone. While being under administrative arrest, he was also tortured, ill-treated, subjected to strong psychological pressure (i.e. bleach liquid was intentionally poured onto the floor of his cell; he was placed in solitary confinement where conditions were inhumane),” Legin.by reports.

It is not uncommon that torture victims are facing firther persecution, the Legal Initiative stressed.

On April, Belarusian security forces made an unexpected visit to the flat of OSCE/ODIHR expert Enira Branitskaya, who is also a Human Constanta lawyer and member of the board of the Office for the Rights of People with Disabilities. Officially, the search was conducted as part of a criminal case over ‘mass riots’. However, during the raid, security officers said that the real cause was the activity by the International Committee to Investigate Torture in Belarus. Computer equipment and money were confiscated during the search.

Mother of five tortured by police

The International Committee for the Investigation of Torture in Belarus was created as a reaction of Belarusian and foreign human rights organisations to torture and brutality towards civilians after the presidential elections on August 9, 2020.

On April 7, the Amnesty International organisation published its 2020/2021 report on the state of the human rights in the world; according to the human rights watchdog, the Belarusian authorities systematically used torture and other ill-treatment against people detained during protests, including participants, journalists and bystanders.

“UN human rights experts received 450 testimonies of ill-treatment of detainees supported by photo, video and medical evidence, documenting a horrific litany of abuses. They describe how protesters were tortured and ill-treated during arrest, transportation and detention in severely overcrowded facilities. Protesters were humiliated, brutally beaten, subjected to sexual violence, including against women and minors, and deprived of access to food, clean water and medical care during lengthy periods of detention,” the report reads.

The Belarusian authorities admitted receiving some 900 complaints of abuse by police in connection with the protests, but by the end of the year not a single criminal investigation had been opened, nor had any law enforcement officer been charged with respective violations, Amnesty International experts added.

CNN publishes investigation about lawlessness and violence in Belarus

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, The authorities have stepped up the ressure on the International Committee to Investigate Torture in Belarus, the Legal Initiative human rights organisation said on Thursday.

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Protests in Minsk. 9 August 2020. Photo: АВ / Vot Tak TV / Belsat

The authorities have stepped up the ressure on the International Committee to Investigate Torture in Belarus, the Legal Initiative human rights organisation said on Thursday.

On April 3, a volunteer of the committee, who had already served a jail term, became a suspect in a criminal case under Part 1 of Art. 342 of the Criminal Code (‘organisation and preparation of actions that grossly violate public order, or active participation in them’).

“During the detention and search, [the officers] put him to torture to gain access to his computer and mobile telephone. While being under administrative arrest, he was also tortured, ill-treated, subjected to strong psychological pressure (i.e. bleach liquid was intentionally poured onto the floor of his cell; he was placed in solitary confinement where conditions were inhumane),” Legin.by reports.

It is not uncommon that torture victims are facing firther persecution, the Legal Initiative stressed.

On April, Belarusian security forces made an unexpected visit to the flat of OSCE/ODIHR expert Enira Branitskaya, who is also a Human Constanta lawyer and member of the board of the Office for the Rights of People with Disabilities. Officially, the search was conducted as part of a criminal case over ‘mass riots’. However, during the raid, security officers said that the real cause was the activity by the International Committee to Investigate Torture in Belarus. Computer equipment and money were confiscated during the search.

Mother of five tortured by police

The International Committee for the Investigation of Torture in Belarus was created as a reaction of Belarusian and foreign human rights organisations to torture and brutality towards civilians after the presidential elections on August 9, 2020.

On April 7, the Amnesty International organisation published its 2020/2021 report on the state of the human rights in the world; according to the human rights watchdog, the Belarusian authorities systematically used torture and other ill-treatment against people detained during protests, including participants, journalists and bystanders.

“UN human rights experts received 450 testimonies of ill-treatment of detainees supported by photo, video and medical evidence, documenting a horrific litany of abuses. They describe how protesters were tortured and ill-treated during arrest, transportation and detention in severely overcrowded facilities. Protesters were humiliated, brutally beaten, subjected to sexual violence, including against women and minors, and deprived of access to food, clean water and medical care during lengthy periods of detention,” the report reads.

The Belarusian authorities admitted receiving some 900 complaints of abuse by police in connection with the protests, but by the end of the year not a single criminal investigation had been opened, nor had any law enforcement officer been charged with respective violations, Amnesty International experts added.

CNN publishes investigation about lawlessness and violence in Belarus

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, The authorities have stepped up the ressure on the International Committee to Investigate Torture in Belarus, the Legal Initiative human rights organisation said on Thursday.

News – belsat.eu, Human rights watchdog: Persons who help investigate torture cases in Belarus put to torture, on April 8, 2021 1:33 PM at 1:33 PM

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Protests in Minsk. 9 August 2020. Photo: АВ / Vot Tak TV / Belsat

The authorities have stepped up the ressure on the International Committee to Investigate Torture in Belarus, the Legal Initiative human rights organisation said on Thursday.

On April 3, a volunteer of the committee, who had already served a jail term, became a suspect in a criminal case under Part 1 of Art. 342 of the Criminal Code (‘organisation and preparation of actions that grossly violate public order, or active participation in them’).

“During the detention and search, [the officers] put him to torture to gain access to his computer and mobile telephone. While being under administrative arrest, he was also tortured, ill-treated, subjected to strong psychological pressure (i.e. bleach liquid was intentionally poured onto the floor of his cell; he was placed in solitary confinement where conditions were inhumane),” Legin.by reports.

It is not uncommon that torture victims are facing firther persecution, the Legal Initiative stressed.

On April, Belarusian security forces made an unexpected visit to the flat of OSCE/ODIHR expert Enira Branitskaya, who is also a Human Constanta lawyer and member of the board of the Office for the Rights of People with Disabilities. Officially, the search was conducted as part of a criminal case over ‘mass riots’. However, during the raid, security officers said that the real cause was the activity by the International Committee to Investigate Torture in Belarus. Computer equipment and money were confiscated during the search.

Mother of five tortured by police

The International Committee for the Investigation of Torture in Belarus was created as a reaction of Belarusian and foreign human rights organisations to torture and brutality towards civilians after the presidential elections on August 9, 2020.

On April 7, the Amnesty International organisation published its 2020/2021 report on the state of the human rights in the world; according to the human rights watchdog, the Belarusian authorities systematically used torture and other ill-treatment against people detained during protests, including participants, journalists and bystanders.

“UN human rights experts received 450 testimonies of ill-treatment of detainees supported by photo, video and medical evidence, documenting a horrific litany of abuses. They describe how protesters were tortured and ill-treated during arrest, transportation and detention in severely overcrowded facilities. Protesters were humiliated, brutally beaten, subjected to sexual violence, including against women and minors, and deprived of access to food, clean water and medical care during lengthy periods of detention,” the report reads.

The Belarusian authorities admitted receiving some 900 complaints of abuse by police in connection with the protests, but by the end of the year not a single criminal investigation had been opened, nor had any law enforcement officer been charged with respective violations, Amnesty International experts added.

CNN publishes investigation about lawlessness and violence in Belarus

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, The authorities have stepped up the ressure on the International Committee to Investigate Torture in Belarus, the Legal Initiative human rights organisation said on Thursday.

News – belsat.eu, Human rights watchdog: Persons who help investigate torture cases in Belarus put to torture, on April 8, 2021 1:33 PM at 1:33 PM

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Protests in Minsk. 9 August 2020. Photo: АВ / Vot Tak TV / Belsat

The authorities have stepped up the ressure on the International Committee to Investigate Torture in Belarus, the Legal Initiative human rights organisation said on Thursday.

On April 3, a volunteer of the committee, who had already served a jail term, became a suspect in a criminal case under Part 1 of Art. 342 of the Criminal Code (‘organisation and preparation of actions that grossly violate public order, or active participation in them’).

“During the detention and search, [the officers] put him to torture to gain access to his computer and mobile telephone. While being under administrative arrest, he was also tortured, ill-treated, subjected to strong psychological pressure (i.e. bleach liquid was intentionally poured onto the floor of his cell; he was placed in solitary confinement where conditions were inhumane),” Legin.by reports.

It is not uncommon that torture victims are facing firther persecution, the Legal Initiative stressed.

On April, Belarusian security forces made an unexpected visit to the flat of OSCE/ODIHR expert Enira Branitskaya, who is also a Human Constanta lawyer and member of the board of the Office for the Rights of People with Disabilities. Officially, the search was conducted as part of a criminal case over ‘mass riots’. However, during the raid, security officers said that the real cause was the activity by the International Committee to Investigate Torture in Belarus. Computer equipment and money were confiscated during the search.

Mother of five tortured by police

The International Committee for the Investigation of Torture in Belarus was created as a reaction of Belarusian and foreign human rights organisations to torture and brutality towards civilians after the presidential elections on August 9, 2020.

On April 7, the Amnesty International organisation published its 2020/2021 report on the state of the human rights in the world; according to the human rights watchdog, the Belarusian authorities systematically used torture and other ill-treatment against people detained during protests, including participants, journalists and bystanders.

“UN human rights experts received 450 testimonies of ill-treatment of detainees supported by photo, video and medical evidence, documenting a horrific litany of abuses. They describe how protesters were tortured and ill-treated during arrest, transportation and detention in severely overcrowded facilities. Protesters were humiliated, brutally beaten, subjected to sexual violence, including against women and minors, and deprived of access to food, clean water and medical care during lengthy periods of detention,” the report reads.

The Belarusian authorities admitted receiving some 900 complaints of abuse by police in connection with the protests, but by the end of the year not a single criminal investigation had been opened, nor had any law enforcement officer been charged with respective violations, Amnesty International experts added.

CNN publishes investigation about lawlessness and violence in Belarus

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, The authorities have stepped up the ressure on the International Committee to Investigate Torture in Belarus, the Legal Initiative human rights organisation said on Thursday.

News – belsat.eu, Human rights watchdog: Persons who help investigate torture cases in Belarus put to torture, on April 8, 2021 1:33 PM at 1:33 PM

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Protests in Minsk. 9 August 2020. Photo: АВ / Vot Tak TV / Belsat

The authorities have stepped up the ressure on the International Committee to Investigate Torture in Belarus, the Legal Initiative human rights organisation said on Thursday.

On April 3, a volunteer of the committee, who had already served a jail term, became a suspect in a criminal case under Part 1 of Art. 342 of the Criminal Code (‘organisation and preparation of actions that grossly violate public order, or active participation in them’).

“During the detention and search, [the officers] put him to torture to gain access to his computer and mobile telephone. While being under administrative arrest, he was also tortured, ill-treated, subjected to strong psychological pressure (i.e. bleach liquid was intentionally poured onto the floor of his cell; he was placed in solitary confinement where conditions were inhumane),” Legin.by reports.

It is not uncommon that torture victims are facing firther persecution, the Legal Initiative stressed.

On April, Belarusian security forces made an unexpected visit to the flat of OSCE/ODIHR expert Enira Branitskaya, who is also a Human Constanta lawyer and member of the board of the Office for the Rights of People with Disabilities. Officially, the search was conducted as part of a criminal case over ‘mass riots’. However, during the raid, security officers said that the real cause was the activity by the International Committee to Investigate Torture in Belarus. Computer equipment and money were confiscated during the search.

Mother of five tortured by police

The International Committee for the Investigation of Torture in Belarus was created as a reaction of Belarusian and foreign human rights organisations to torture and brutality towards civilians after the presidential elections on August 9, 2020.

On April 7, the Amnesty International organisation published its 2020/2021 report on the state of the human rights in the world; according to the human rights watchdog, the Belarusian authorities systematically used torture and other ill-treatment against people detained during protests, including participants, journalists and bystanders.

“UN human rights experts received 450 testimonies of ill-treatment of detainees supported by photo, video and medical evidence, documenting a horrific litany of abuses. They describe how protesters were tortured and ill-treated during arrest, transportation and detention in severely overcrowded facilities. Protesters were humiliated, brutally beaten, subjected to sexual violence, including against women and minors, and deprived of access to food, clean water and medical care during lengthy periods of detention,” the report reads.

The Belarusian authorities admitted receiving some 900 complaints of abuse by police in connection with the protests, but by the end of the year not a single criminal investigation had been opened, nor had any law enforcement officer been charged with respective violations, Amnesty International experts added.

CNN publishes investigation about lawlessness and violence in Belarus

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, The authorities have stepped up the ressure on the International Committee to Investigate Torture in Belarus, the Legal Initiative human rights organisation said on Thursday.

News – belsat.eu, Human rights watchdog: Persons who help investigate torture cases in Belarus put to torture, on April 8, 2021 1:33 PM at 1:33 PM

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Protests in Minsk. 9 August 2020. Photo: АВ / Vot Tak TV / Belsat

The authorities have stepped up the ressure on the International Committee to Investigate Torture in Belarus, the Legal Initiative human rights organisation said on Thursday.

On April 3, a volunteer of the committee, who had already served a jail term, became a suspect in a criminal case under Part 1 of Art. 342 of the Criminal Code (‘organisation and preparation of actions that grossly violate public order, or active participation in them’).

“During the detention and search, [the officers] put him to torture to gain access to his computer and mobile telephone. While being under administrative arrest, he was also tortured, ill-treated, subjected to strong psychological pressure (i.e. bleach liquid was intentionally poured onto the floor of his cell; he was placed in solitary confinement where conditions were inhumane),” Legin.by reports.

It is not uncommon that torture victims are facing firther persecution, the Legal Initiative stressed.

On April, Belarusian security forces made an unexpected visit to the flat of OSCE/ODIHR expert Enira Branitskaya, who is also a Human Constanta lawyer and member of the board of the Office for the Rights of People with Disabilities. Officially, the search was conducted as part of a criminal case over ‘mass riots’. However, during the raid, security officers said that the real cause was the activity by the International Committee to Investigate Torture in Belarus. Computer equipment and money were confiscated during the search.

Mother of five tortured by police

The International Committee for the Investigation of Torture in Belarus was created as a reaction of Belarusian and foreign human rights organisations to torture and brutality towards civilians after the presidential elections on August 9, 2020.

On April 7, the Amnesty International organisation published its 2020/2021 report on the state of the human rights in the world; according to the human rights watchdog, the Belarusian authorities systematically used torture and other ill-treatment against people detained during protests, including participants, journalists and bystanders.

“UN human rights experts received 450 testimonies of ill-treatment of detainees supported by photo, video and medical evidence, documenting a horrific litany of abuses. They describe how protesters were tortured and ill-treated during arrest, transportation and detention in severely overcrowded facilities. Protesters were humiliated, brutally beaten, subjected to sexual violence, including against women and minors, and deprived of access to food, clean water and medical care during lengthy periods of detention,” the report reads.

The Belarusian authorities admitted receiving some 900 complaints of abuse by police in connection with the protests, but by the end of the year not a single criminal investigation had been opened, nor had any law enforcement officer been charged with respective violations, Amnesty International experts added.

CNN publishes investigation about lawlessness and violence in Belarus

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, The authorities have stepped up the ressure on the International Committee to Investigate Torture in Belarus, the Legal Initiative human rights organisation said on Thursday.

News – belsat.eu, Human rights watchdog: Persons who help investigate torture cases in Belarus put to torture, on April 8, 2021 1:33 PM at 1:33 PM

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Protests in Minsk. 9 August 2020. Photo: АВ / Vot Tak TV / Belsat

The authorities have stepped up the ressure on the International Committee to Investigate Torture in Belarus, the Legal Initiative human rights organisation said on Thursday.

On April 3, a volunteer of the committee, who had already served a jail term, became a suspect in a criminal case under Part 1 of Art. 342 of the Criminal Code (‘organisation and preparation of actions that grossly violate public order, or active participation in them’).

“During the detention and search, [the officers] put him to torture to gain access to his computer and mobile telephone. While being under administrative arrest, he was also tortured, ill-treated, subjected to strong psychological pressure (i.e. bleach liquid was intentionally poured onto the floor of his cell; he was placed in solitary confinement where conditions were inhumane),” Legin.by reports.

It is not uncommon that torture victims are facing firther persecution, the Legal Initiative stressed.

On April, Belarusian security forces made an unexpected visit to the flat of OSCE/ODIHR expert Enira Branitskaya, who is also a Human Constanta lawyer and member of the board of the Office for the Rights of People with Disabilities. Officially, the search was conducted as part of a criminal case over ‘mass riots’. However, during the raid, security officers said that the real cause was the activity by the International Committee to Investigate Torture in Belarus. Computer equipment and money were confiscated during the search.

Mother of five tortured by police

The International Committee for the Investigation of Torture in Belarus was created as a reaction of Belarusian and foreign human rights organisations to torture and brutality towards civilians after the presidential elections on August 9, 2020.

On April 7, the Amnesty International organisation published its 2020/2021 report on the state of the human rights in the world; according to the human rights watchdog, the Belarusian authorities systematically used torture and other ill-treatment against people detained during protests, including participants, journalists and bystanders.

“UN human rights experts received 450 testimonies of ill-treatment of detainees supported by photo, video and medical evidence, documenting a horrific litany of abuses. They describe how protesters were tortured and ill-treated during arrest, transportation and detention in severely overcrowded facilities. Protesters were humiliated, brutally beaten, subjected to sexual violence, including against women and minors, and deprived of access to food, clean water and medical care during lengthy periods of detention,” the report reads.

The Belarusian authorities admitted receiving some 900 complaints of abuse by police in connection with the protests, but by the end of the year not a single criminal investigation had been opened, nor had any law enforcement officer been charged with respective violations, Amnesty International experts added.

CNN publishes investigation about lawlessness and violence in Belarus

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, The authorities have stepped up the ressure on the International Committee to Investigate Torture in Belarus, the Legal Initiative human rights organisation said on Thursday.

News – belsat.eu, Human rights watchdog: Persons who help investigate torture cases in Belarus put to torture, on April 8, 2021 1:33 PM at 1:33 PM

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Protests in Minsk. 9 August 2020. Photo: АВ / Vot Tak TV / Belsat

The authorities have stepped up the ressure on the International Committee to Investigate Torture in Belarus, the Legal Initiative human rights organisation said on Thursday.

On April 3, a volunteer of the committee, who had already served a jail term, became a suspect in a criminal case under Part 1 of Art. 342 of the Criminal Code (‘organisation and preparation of actions that grossly violate public order, or active participation in them’).

“During the detention and search, [the officers] put him to torture to gain access to his computer and mobile telephone. While being under administrative arrest, he was also tortured, ill-treated, subjected to strong psychological pressure (i.e. bleach liquid was intentionally poured onto the floor of his cell; he was placed in solitary confinement where conditions were inhumane),” Legin.by reports.

It is not uncommon that torture victims are facing firther persecution, the Legal Initiative stressed.

On April, Belarusian security forces made an unexpected visit to the flat of OSCE/ODIHR expert Enira Branitskaya, who is also a Human Constanta lawyer and member of the board of the Office for the Rights of People with Disabilities. Officially, the search was conducted as part of a criminal case over ‘mass riots’. However, during the raid, security officers said that the real cause was the activity by the International Committee to Investigate Torture in Belarus. Computer equipment and money were confiscated during the search.

Mother of five tortured by police

The International Committee for the Investigation of Torture in Belarus was created as a reaction of Belarusian and foreign human rights organisations to torture and brutality towards civilians after the presidential elections on August 9, 2020.

On April 7, the Amnesty International organisation published its 2020/2021 report on the state of the human rights in the world; according to the human rights watchdog, the Belarusian authorities systematically used torture and other ill-treatment against people detained during protests, including participants, journalists and bystanders.

“UN human rights experts received 450 testimonies of ill-treatment of detainees supported by photo, video and medical evidence, documenting a horrific litany of abuses. They describe how protesters were tortured and ill-treated during arrest, transportation and detention in severely overcrowded facilities. Protesters were humiliated, brutally beaten, subjected to sexual violence, including against women and minors, and deprived of access to food, clean water and medical care during lengthy periods of detention,” the report reads.

The Belarusian authorities admitted receiving some 900 complaints of abuse by police in connection with the protests, but by the end of the year not a single criminal investigation had been opened, nor had any law enforcement officer been charged with respective violations, Amnesty International experts added.

CNN publishes investigation about lawlessness and violence in Belarus

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, The authorities have stepped up the ressure on the International Committee to Investigate Torture in Belarus, the Legal Initiative human rights organisation said on Thursday.

News – belsat.eu, Tsikhanouskaya asks Norway, Estonia to initiate UN Security Council hearings on Belarus, on April 8, 2021 12:02 PM at 12:02 PM

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Photo: Svyatlana Tsikhanouskaya’s official Telegram channel.

Belarusian opposition leader Svyatlana Tsikhanouskaya held an online meeting with the ambassadors of Norway, Sweden, Finland, Denmark, Iceland, the Netherlands, Estonia, Latvia, Canada. The participants discussed the preparations for would-be talks on a peaceful resolution of the crisis in Belarus.

During the meeting with the representatives of the Nordic countries, Tsikhanouskaya stressed the need to step up pressure on the Lukashenka regime so that there would be more opportunities to involve Belarusian officials in negotiations and put an end to lawlessness and violence in the country. The issues of strengthening targeted restrictions and adopting the fourth package of EU sanctions were also raised in the course of the event.

As Norway and Estonia are currently non-permanent members of the UN Security Council, Svyatlana Tsikhanouskaya addressed their ambassadors, asking the two countries to initiate the council’s hearings on the present-day escalation of violence and the feasibility of a non-hostile settlement of the situation in Belarus.

The politician also thanked Sweden for its proposal to use the OSCE as the main venue for staging the negotiations and proposed to develop a corresponding roadmap.

UN Human Rights Council adopts resolution on collecting evidence of post-election crimes in Belarus

As reported earlier, the US and EU missions to the OSCE showed their support for the nationwide online voting on holding a dialogue between the Lukashenka regime and its numerous critics. The initiative was announced by Svyatlana Tsikhanouskaya’s office on March, 18.

‘The voting is being launched in order to start talks with ‘the representatives of the regime who are ready to think about the future and make deliberate decisions rather than turn the crisis into a complete catastrophe,’ the politician said.

She called Belarusians for registering in the voting system Holas (Vote) which enjoys the confidence of the EU, the US, the OSCE, other countries and international organisations. The would-be negotiations are to take place with the participation of high-profile international mediators, Tsikhanouskaya’s team promised.

Tsikhanouskaya’s advisor talks about negotiations with Lukashenka’s regime

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, Belarusian opposition leader Svyatlana Tsikhanouskaya held an online meeting with the ambassadors of Norway, Sweden, Finland, Denmark, Iceland, the Netherlands, Estonia, Latvia, Canada. The participants discussed the preparations for would-be talks on a peaceful resolution of the crisis in Belarus.

News – belsat.eu, Tsikhanouskaya asks Norway, Estonia to initiate UN Security Council hearings on Belarus, on April 8, 2021 12:02 PM at 12:02 PM

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Photo: Svyatlana Tsikhanouskaya’s official Telegram channel.

Belarusian opposition leader Svyatlana Tsikhanouskaya held an online meeting with the ambassadors of Norway, Sweden, Finland, Denmark, Iceland, the Netherlands, Estonia, Latvia, Canada. The participants discussed the preparations for would-be talks on a peaceful resolution of the crisis in Belarus.

During the meeting with the representatives of the Nordic countries, Tsikhanouskaya stressed the need to step up pressure on the Lukashenka regime so that there would be more opportunities to involve Belarusian officials in negotiations and put an end to lawlessness and violence in the country. The issues of strengthening targeted restrictions and adopting the fourth package of EU sanctions were also raised in the course of the event.

As Norway and Estonia are currently non-permanent members of the UN Security Council, Svyatlana Tsikhanouskaya addressed their ambassadors, asking the two countries to initiate the council’s hearings on the present-day escalation of violence and the feasibility of a non-hostile settlement of the situation in Belarus.

The politician also thanked Sweden for its proposal to use the OSCE as the main venue for staging the negotiations and proposed to develop a corresponding roadmap.

UN Human Rights Council adopts resolution on collecting evidence of post-election crimes in Belarus

As reported earlier, the US and EU missions to the OSCE showed their support for the nationwide online voting on holding a dialogue between the Lukashenka regime and its numerous critics. The initiative was announced by Svyatlana Tsikhanouskaya’s office on March, 18.

‘The voting is being launched in order to start talks with ‘the representatives of the regime who are ready to think about the future and make deliberate decisions rather than turn the crisis into a complete catastrophe,’ the politician said.

She called Belarusians for registering in the voting system Holas (Vote) which enjoys the confidence of the EU, the US, the OSCE, other countries and international organisations. The would-be negotiations are to take place with the participation of high-profile international mediators, Tsikhanouskaya’s team promised.

Tsikhanouskaya’s advisor talks about negotiations with Lukashenka’s regime

belsat.eu

, Belarusian opposition leader Svyatlana Tsikhanouskaya held an online meeting with the ambassadors of Norway, Sweden, Finland, Denmark, Iceland, the Netherlands, Estonia, Latvia, Canada. The participants discussed the preparations for would-be talks on a peaceful resolution of the crisis in Belarus.

News – belsat.eu, Tsikhanouskaya asks Norway, Estonia to initiate UN Security Council hearings on Belarus, on April 8, 2021 12:02 PM at 12:02 PM

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Photo: Svyatlana Tsikhanouskaya’s official Telegram channel.

Belarusian opposition leader Svyatlana Tsikhanouskaya held an online meeting with the ambassadors of Norway, Sweden, Finland, Denmark, Iceland, the Netherlands, Estonia, Latvia, Canada. The participants discussed the preparations for would-be talks on a peaceful resolution of the crisis in Belarus.

During the meeting with the representatives of the Nordic countries, Tsikhanouskaya stressed the need to step up pressure on the Lukashenka regime so that there would be more opportunities to involve Belarusian officials in negotiations and put an end to lawlessness and violence in the country. The issues of strengthening targeted restrictions and adopting the fourth package of EU sanctions were also raised in the course of the event.

As Norway and Estonia are currently non-permanent members of the UN Security Council, Svyatlana Tsikhanouskaya addressed their ambassadors, asking the two countries to initiate the council’s hearings on the present-day escalation of violence and the feasibility of a non-hostile settlement of the situation in Belarus.

The politician also thanked Sweden for its proposal to use the OSCE as the main venue for staging the negotiations and proposed to develop a corresponding roadmap.

UN Human Rights Council adopts resolution on collecting evidence of post-election crimes in Belarus

As reported earlier, the US and EU missions to the OSCE showed their support for the nationwide online voting on holding a dialogue between the Lukashenka regime and its numerous critics. The initiative was announced by Svyatlana Tsikhanouskaya’s office on March, 18.

‘The voting is being launched in order to start talks with ‘the representatives of the regime who are ready to think about the future and make deliberate decisions rather than turn the crisis into a complete catastrophe,’ the politician said.

She called Belarusians for registering in the voting system Holas (Vote) which enjoys the confidence of the EU, the US, the OSCE, other countries and international organisations. The would-be negotiations are to take place with the participation of high-profile international mediators, Tsikhanouskaya’s team promised.

Tsikhanouskaya’s advisor talks about negotiations with Lukashenka’s regime

belsat.eu

, Belarusian opposition leader Svyatlana Tsikhanouskaya held an online meeting with the ambassadors of Norway, Sweden, Finland, Denmark, Iceland, the Netherlands, Estonia, Latvia, Canada. The participants discussed the preparations for would-be talks on a peaceful resolution of the crisis in Belarus.

News – belsat.eu, Tsikhanouskaya asks Norway, Estonia to initiate UN Security Council hearings on Belarus, on April 8, 2021 12:02 PM at 12:02 PM

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Photo: Svyatlana Tsikhanouskaya’s official Telegram channel.

Belarusian opposition leader Svyatlana Tsikhanouskaya held an online meeting with the ambassadors of Norway, Sweden, Finland, Denmark, Iceland, the Netherlands, Estonia, Latvia, Canada. The participants discussed the preparations for would-be talks on a peaceful resolution of the crisis in Belarus.

During the meeting with the representatives of the Nordic countries, Tsikhanouskaya stressed the need to step up pressure on the Lukashenka regime so that there would be more opportunities to involve Belarusian officials in negotiations and put an end to lawlessness and violence in the country. The issues of strengthening targeted restrictions and adopting the fourth package of EU sanctions were also raised in the course of the event.

As Norway and Estonia are currently non-permanent members of the UN Security Council, Svyatlana Tsikhanouskaya addressed their ambassadors, asking the two countries to initiate the council’s hearings on the present-day escalation of violence and the feasibility of a non-hostile settlement of the situation in Belarus.

The politician also thanked Sweden for its proposal to use the OSCE as the main venue for staging the negotiations and proposed to develop a corresponding roadmap.

UN Human Rights Council adopts resolution on collecting evidence of post-election crimes in Belarus

As reported earlier, the US and EU missions to the OSCE showed their support for the nationwide online voting on holding a dialogue between the Lukashenka regime and its numerous critics. The initiative was announced by Svyatlana Tsikhanouskaya’s office on March, 18.

‘The voting is being launched in order to start talks with ‘the representatives of the regime who are ready to think about the future and make deliberate decisions rather than turn the crisis into a complete catastrophe,’ the politician said.

She called Belarusians for registering in the voting system Holas (Vote) which enjoys the confidence of the EU, the US, the OSCE, other countries and international organisations. The would-be negotiations are to take place with the participation of high-profile international mediators, Tsikhanouskaya’s team promised.

Tsikhanouskaya’s advisor talks about negotiations with Lukashenka’s regime

belsat.eu

, Belarusian opposition leader Svyatlana Tsikhanouskaya held an online meeting with the ambassadors of Norway, Sweden, Finland, Denmark, Iceland, the Netherlands, Estonia, Latvia, Canada. The participants discussed the preparations for would-be talks on a peaceful resolution of the crisis in Belarus.

News – belsat.eu, Tsikhanouskaya asks Norway, Estonia to initiate UN Security Council hearings on Belarus, on April 8, 2021 12:02 PM at 12:02 PM

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Photo: Svyatlana Tsikhanouskaya’s official Telegram channel.

Belarusian opposition leader Svyatlana Tsikhanouskaya held an online meeting with the ambassadors of Norway, Sweden, Finland, Denmark, Iceland, the Netherlands, Estonia, Latvia, Canada. The participants discussed the preparations for would-be talks on a peaceful resolution of the crisis in Belarus.

During the meeting with the representatives of the Nordic countries, Tsikhanouskaya stressed the need to step up pressure on the Lukashenka regime so that there would be more opportunities to involve Belarusian officials in negotiations and put an end to lawlessness and violence in the country. The issues of strengthening targeted restrictions and adopting the fourth package of EU sanctions were also raised in the course of the event.

As Norway and Estonia are currently non-permanent members of the UN Security Council, Svyatlana Tsikhanouskaya addressed their ambassadors, asking the two countries to initiate the council’s hearings on the present-day escalation of violence and the feasibility of a non-hostile settlement of the situation in Belarus.

The politician also thanked Sweden for its proposal to use the OSCE as the main venue for staging the negotiations and proposed to develop a corresponding roadmap.

UN Human Rights Council adopts resolution on collecting evidence of post-election crimes in Belarus

As reported earlier, the US and EU missions to the OSCE showed their support for the nationwide online voting on holding a dialogue between the Lukashenka regime and its numerous critics. The initiative was announced by Svyatlana Tsikhanouskaya’s office on March, 18.

‘The voting is being launched in order to start talks with ‘the representatives of the regime who are ready to think about the future and make deliberate decisions rather than turn the crisis into a complete catastrophe,’ the politician said.

She called Belarusians for registering in the voting system Holas (Vote) which enjoys the confidence of the EU, the US, the OSCE, other countries and international organisations. The would-be negotiations are to take place with the participation of high-profile international mediators, Tsikhanouskaya’s team promised.

Tsikhanouskaya’s advisor talks about negotiations with Lukashenka’s regime

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, Belarusian opposition leader Svyatlana Tsikhanouskaya held an online meeting with the ambassadors of Norway, Sweden, Finland, Denmark, Iceland, the Netherlands, Estonia, Latvia, Canada. The participants discussed the preparations for would-be talks on a peaceful resolution of the crisis in Belarus.

News – belsat.eu, Tsikhanouskaya asks Norway, Estonia to initiate UN Security Council hearings on Belarus, on April 8, 2021 12:02 PM at 12:02 PM

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Photo: Svyatlana Tsikhanouskaya’s official Telegram channel.

Belarusian opposition leader Svyatlana Tsikhanouskaya held an online meeting with the ambassadors of Norway, Sweden, Finland, Denmark, Iceland, the Netherlands, Estonia, Latvia, Canada. The participants discussed the preparations for would-be talks on a peaceful resolution of the crisis in Belarus.

During the meeting with the representatives of the Nordic countries, Tsikhanouskaya stressed the need to step up pressure on the Lukashenka regime so that there would be more opportunities to involve Belarusian officials in negotiations and put an end to lawlessness and violence in the country. The issues of strengthening targeted restrictions and adopting the fourth package of EU sanctions were also raised in the course of the event.

As Norway and Estonia are currently non-permanent members of the UN Security Council, Svyatlana Tsikhanouskaya addressed their ambassadors, asking the two countries to initiate the council’s hearings on the present-day escalation of violence and the feasibility of a non-hostile settlement of the situation in Belarus.

The politician also thanked Sweden for its proposal to use the OSCE as the main venue for staging the negotiations and proposed to develop a corresponding roadmap.

UN Human Rights Council adopts resolution on collecting evidence of post-election crimes in Belarus

As reported earlier, the US and EU missions to the OSCE showed their support for the nationwide online voting on holding a dialogue between the Lukashenka regime and its numerous critics. The initiative was announced by Svyatlana Tsikhanouskaya’s office on March, 18.

‘The voting is being launched in order to start talks with ‘the representatives of the regime who are ready to think about the future and make deliberate decisions rather than turn the crisis into a complete catastrophe,’ the politician said.

She called Belarusians for registering in the voting system Holas (Vote) which enjoys the confidence of the EU, the US, the OSCE, other countries and international organisations. The would-be negotiations are to take place with the participation of high-profile international mediators, Tsikhanouskaya’s team promised.

Tsikhanouskaya’s advisor talks about negotiations with Lukashenka’s regime

belsat.eu

, Belarusian opposition leader Svyatlana Tsikhanouskaya held an online meeting with the ambassadors of Norway, Sweden, Finland, Denmark, Iceland, the Netherlands, Estonia, Latvia, Canada. The participants discussed the preparations for would-be talks on a peaceful resolution of the crisis in Belarus.

News – belsat.eu, Tsikhanouskaya asks Norway, Estonia to initiate UN Security Council hearings on Belarus, on April 8, 2021 12:02 PM at 12:02 PM

Read More

Photo: Svyatlana Tsikhanouskaya’s official Telegram channel.

Belarusian opposition leader Svyatlana Tsikhanouskaya held an online meeting with the ambassadors of Norway, Sweden, Finland, Denmark, Iceland, the Netherlands, Estonia, Latvia, Canada. The participants discussed the preparations for would-be talks on a peaceful resolution of the crisis in Belarus.

During the meeting with the representatives of the Nordic countries, Tsikhanouskaya stressed the need to step up pressure on the Lukashenka regime so that there would be more opportunities to involve Belarusian officials in negotiations and put an end to lawlessness and violence in the country. The issues of strengthening targeted restrictions and adopting the fourth package of EU sanctions were also raised in the course of the event.

As Norway and Estonia are currently non-permanent members of the UN Security Council, Svyatlana Tsikhanouskaya addressed their ambassadors, asking the two countries to initiate the council’s hearings on the present-day escalation of violence and the feasibility of a non-hostile settlement of the situation in Belarus.

The politician also thanked Sweden for its proposal to use the OSCE as the main venue for staging the negotiations and proposed to develop a corresponding roadmap.

UN Human Rights Council adopts resolution on collecting evidence of post-election crimes in Belarus

As reported earlier, the US and EU missions to the OSCE showed their support for the nationwide online voting on holding a dialogue between the Lukashenka regime and its numerous critics. The initiative was announced by Svyatlana Tsikhanouskaya’s office on March, 18.

‘The voting is being launched in order to start talks with ‘the representatives of the regime who are ready to think about the future and make deliberate decisions rather than turn the crisis into a complete catastrophe,’ the politician said.

She called Belarusians for registering in the voting system Holas (Vote) which enjoys the confidence of the EU, the US, the OSCE, other countries and international organisations. The would-be negotiations are to take place with the participation of high-profile international mediators, Tsikhanouskaya’s team promised.

Tsikhanouskaya’s advisor talks about negotiations with Lukashenka’s regime

belsat.eu

, Belarusian opposition leader Svyatlana Tsikhanouskaya held an online meeting with the ambassadors of Norway, Sweden, Finland, Denmark, Iceland, the Netherlands, Estonia, Latvia, Canada. The participants discussed the preparations for would-be talks on a peaceful resolution of the crisis in Belarus.