Military observers arrive in Belarus to monitor drill
On February 19 they visited the training ground, where the exercises took place
Allied Resolve drills: Russia’s S-400 Triumph missile systems on way to Belarus
The surface-to-air missile systems are reported to be involved in the upcoming Allied Resolve-2022 military exercise held by Belarus and Russia.
ECHR forbids Russia to extradite protester to Belarus
Russian human rights activists have received the European Court of Human Rights’ decision barring the Russian Federation from extraditing prisoner Dzmitry Padlobnikau (Dmitry Podlobnikov) to Belarus, Roman Kiselyov, a representative of the Moscow Helsinki Group, said on Telegram.
Over 300 laws needed for 'deeper integration' of Belarus and Russia
For 2022, the Belarusian authorities plan to prepare 10-15 times fewer bills
Russian strategic bombers fly over Belarusian border again
Makey threatens to use nuclear weapons again
Lithuanian President says full military integration of Belarus and Russia poses new challenges for NATO
Gitanas Nauseda, Ursula von der Leyen and Jens Stoltenberg discussed security issues in the Baltic region as well as the situation in Ukraine.
Belarus to receive attack helicopters from Russia
Previously, it was about 4 helicopters, now about a larger number – possibly up to 12
New roadmap needed to implement already signed roadmaps
They need to agree on how to agree
Lukashenka signs decree approving 28 Belarus-Russia integration programs
At today’s online meeting with Vladimir Putin, Alyaksandr Lukashenka signed a decree ‘On the main directions of implementation of the Treaty’s provisions on the creation of the Union State in 2021-2023’.
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).
21.10.2021 Russian special services assisted Belarusian counterparts in torturing protesters in 2020
Vladimir Osechkin, the founder of the Russian human rights group, says that they have information about Russian special services’ contribution to recent torture cases in Belarus.