The rules for visa issuance in Poland might be revised to ensure that the possession of a Pole's Card cannot be determined from a visa stamp. This is one of the measures aimed at curbing the persecution of the Polish minority in Belarus.
Even though tens and hundreds of thousands of Belarusians have been compelled to flee their country due to persecution by the authorities of Lukashenko, there are still countless dissidents, activists and human rights defenders in Belarus who, despite the high risk of repression and criminal prosecution, are striving to make a a difference.
Despite the disastrous shortage of doctors in the country, the authorities continue to carry out "clean-ups" both in public medical institutions and in private clinics. Hundreds of doctors have been subjected to brutal repression since 2020.
Lukashenko calls on the EU for good neighborly relations and at the same time militarizes Belarus. He intends to establish cooperation, but does not plan to change his aggressive foreign and repressive domestic policies. Will the regime be able to make friends with the collective West again?
On November 13, the funeral of Mikalai Malakou, an instructor of the Kalinoŭski Regiment, was held in Zhytomyr
How can the resilience and determination of Belarusians shape the country’s future? What is important to understand about the situation in the country and beyond? In a joint project, Voice of Belarus, the Human Rights Center Viasna and Malanka Media address these questions from a deeply human perspective.
Pavel Latushka and representatives of the National Anti-Crisis Management visited the office of the Prosecutor of the International Criminal Court in The Hague and handed over the second part of the court records on the involvement of Lukashenko and his close associates in the war crime.
The leader of the democratic forces spoke in Berlin at the first meeting of the Alliance of Groups "For Democratic Belarus".