Aleksy Dzikawicki

Tsikhanouskaya in Warsaw. Meetings with the Polish authorities and an appeal to support Belsat
The leader of the Belarusian democratic forces spoke before the Parliamentary Foreign Affairs Committee.
Intimidation instead of law: How Belarusian authorities criminalize access to truth
The Ministry of Internal Affairs recognized groups of citizens united by Belsat’s Internet resources as an “extremist formation”. found out what it means and how access to alternative sources of information was criminalized in the totalitarian regimes of the past.
From satellite dishes dismantling to ‘extremism’: 13 years of Lukashenka regime's attempts to bring down Belsat
Belsat TV channel started broadcasting on December 10, 2007. Even before the broadcast, in April 2007, Alyaksandr Lukashenka voiced his attitude to Belsat, calling it a “stupid and hostile” project. Therefore, from the very beginning, the authorities saw the journalists of the TV channel as enemies. recollects the history of the TV channel persecution.
Belsat officially declared extremist in Belarus
Interior Ministry spokeswoman Volha Chamadanava reported on the decision to declare Belsat extremist in Telegram.
Svyatlana Tsikhanouskaya tells about family, faith and politics in exclusive interview with Belsat TV
Svyatlana Tsikhanouskaya has given an exclusive interview to Belsat TV in Vilnius, where she was taken by order of the current authorities after the presidential elections.