Sviatlana Tsikhanouskaya spoke about the role of Belarusians in military operations in Ukraine: "No Belarusian must die for Putin's ambitions and Lukashenko's mistakes."
Marfa Rabkova, a coordinator of the volunteer service of the Viasna Human Rights Center, was sentenced to 15 years of imprisonment and a fine of almost $9,000 USD.
Sviatlana Tsikhanouskaya thanked Oleksiy Arestovych for supporting Belarusians. Arestovych stressed that Ukrainians distinguish between the actions of Lukashenko and Belarusians.
The courts have not issued a single acquittal verdict. According to the Viasna Human Rights Center, as of September 1, 2022, there were 1,326 political prisoners in Belarusian prisons.
Political prisoner Darya Chultsova, who was detained during a live stream in the Square of Changes, has been released after serving her sentence.
Aksana Kaspiarovich was detained at her workplace in September 2021 in connection with the so-called "Zeltsar case": she made comments on Instagram about the murder of the IT professional Andrei Zeltsar that had taken place in his own apartment.
Uladzislau Bahamolnikau, a priest of the Eastern Orthodox Church, was detained in Minsk. He was among the priests of the Russian Orthodox Church who made an appeal against Russia's war in Ukraine.
Krystsina Tsimanouskaya, a Belarusian athlete who refused to return to Belarus after a scandal at the 2021 Tokyo Olympics, has been granted Polish citizenship. She has already performed at the Polish Teams Championship and won the 100-meter race.