TVP journalist to stand trial in Lukashenka's court. TVP Info spoke with her father
Belarusian journalist Iryna Slaunikava has been in Belarusian custody for six months.
Belsat TV turns 14. Our journalists win Free Word awards
The results of the annual Free Word competition organised by the Belarusian Association of Journalists (BAJ) have been announced today, on the 14th anniversary of Belsat.
Alyaksandr Lukashenka's hybrid aggression is just the beginning. Is Russia preparing for a big war?
Can Lukashenka start an armed conflict?
'These schemes have been working since 2010': Former senior officer about delivering migrants to Belarus
Lukashenka’s border services point weapons at Polish soldiers on the Belarusian-Polish border, shoot into the air, simulate throwing grenades and try to destroy border fences. Such statements were made during the press conference of Mariusz Błaszczak, the Minister of National Defence of Poland. In addition, they are trying to push real terrorists into the territory of the European Union. Should we expect armed provocations on the border between Belarus and the European Union and how will Western countries act in such a situation?
US gen, military expert Ben Hodges: ‘Russia should make Lukashenka stop’ (interview)
“We, the West, should be prepared for the Lukashenka regime’s collapse,” said the American general, who visited Belarus and met with its leader in 2018. How has his attitude to the situation in our country changed? What Belarusian issues are the matter of concern for the Pentagon and what scenarios should the West consider? What are the odds of the migration crisis’ turning into a military conflict? One can find the answers in Belsat TV anchorman Siarhei Pelesa’s interview with US Lieutenant General (Ret.) Ben Hodges, who previously commanded US forces in Iraq and Europe. Currently, he holds a key position in the Washington-based Center for European Policy Analysis (CEPA).
Svyatlana Tsikhanouskaya: ‘It is impossible to oppose the regime openly’ (interview)
Belarus is being discussed in the West, but not in the way we want to see it, Svyatlana Tsikhanouskaya thinks. What did she talk about with Polish President Andrzej Duda? Can the Lukashenka regime be openly opposed? Alina Koushyk, a Belsat TV news presenter and anchorwoman of the show Prasviet (World and Us), talks to Svyatlana Tsikhanouskaya.
Former investigator talks about special operations, secret database, and salaries of law enforcement officers
Alyaksandr Azarau from BYPOL reveals information
National Unity Day celebrated in Belarus for first time on September 17
There is still much controversy about this date
‘We'll never stop supporting you’: Poland’s leader Andrzej Duda addresses Belarusians (ENG video)
Delivering a speech on the occasion of the 41st anniversary of the August Accords, Polish President Andrzej Duda has addressed the Belarusians who are now fighting for ‘freedom and basic human rights’. Part of the speech is in the Belarusian language.
Alyaksandr Vikhor died after being beaten by OMON year ago. Perpetrators still not punished
On 9 August 2020, 25-year-old Alyaksandr Vikhor was detained by riot police in Homiel and sentenced to 10 days of administrative arrest for ‘participating in protest rallies’.
Belarus is figure in Biden's game of cards with Putin. Should one expect big deal?
US President Joe Biden will meet with Russian President Vladimir Putin to discuss the situation in Belarus. And while relations between Washington and Moscow do not look the best, many are hoping for a “big deal” in many areas between the two countries. How does the Kremlin master imagine Lukashenka’s political future, can we hope for support from the United States for the people of Belarus, and can Putin and Biden agree at all?
Raman Pratasevich’s mother addresses international community: ‘I beg you to save my son’
The parents of arrested Raman Pratasevich gave a press conference in Warsaw on Thursday. Part of the conference was broadcast live.
Is Putin ready to enter Belarus without people's support? Interview with Russian opposition politician Vladimir Milov
Vladimir Milov, one of the leaders of the Russian democratic forces, believes that Lukashenka failed to suppress the Belarusian movement and its leaders, failed to turn the page.