Natallya Eysmant

Lukashenka’s press service: 7K migrants now in Belarus, up to 2.5K of them not far from EU border
On Thursday, Alyaksandr Lukashenka’s spokeswoman Natallya Eysmant updated state pro-government media outlets on the migrant situation in Belarus.
ByPol: Protester Raman Bandarenka was fatally injured by Special Rapid Response Squad (SOBR)
ByPol, a campaign created by opposition-minded people who earlier belonged to Belarusian uniformed services, has published a new investigation into the circumstances of Minsk protester Raman Bandarenka’s death. The activist was savagely beaten on November 11, allegedly by security forces or Lukashenka’s adherers.
Prosecutor General suspends case initiated over death of protester Raman Bandarenka
The Prosecutor General’s Office of Belarus has suspended the criminal case on the death of Minsk resident Raman Bandarenka. The Minsk activist was savagely beaten on November 11, reportedly by police officers or Lukashenka’s adherers.
40 days pass since death of Raman Bandarenka. Criminal case still not opened
Minsk resident Raman Bandarenka passed away on November, 12 at the age of 31. He was allegedly beaten to death by pro-Lukashenka thugs and/or police officers.
Lukashenka sworn-in at unannounced inauguration ceremony in Minsk
Since the very morning, there have been numerous reports about dozens of special vehicles parked near the Palace of Independence, one of Alyaksandr Lukashenka’s residences. There are also lots of soldiers in dress uniforms.
Lukashenka shown with weapon in hand again
According to the press secretary Natallia Eismant, the picture was taken at about 16:00.
Lukashenka vs Covid-19: Shake hands, but wash them
Belarusian President Alyaksandr Lukashenka does not wear a mask and keeps shaking hands; the pandemic failed to have any impact on his work schedule, presidential press secretary Natallya Eysmant told RFE/RL.