Aliaksandr Lukašenka has made a decision to sign visa facilitation and readmission agreements with the European Union, Anatoĺ Hlaz, spokesman for the Belarusian foreign ministry, told reporters in Minsk on Friday.
The consequences of the withdrawal from the Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces Treaty (INF Treaty) may lead to a new war, Alyaksandr Lukashenka said Tuesday in Minsk while speaking at an international conference on counter-terrorism.
John Bolton, the U.S. president’s national security advisor, told Alyaksandr Lukashenka at their meeting in Minsk on Thursday that he wanted to discuss human rights and weapons non-proliferation.
A panel of judges of the Minsk City Court on Friday turned down an appeal by the Prosecutor General’s Office against the acquittal of Andrey Halavach, chief engineer at Minsk Wheeled Tractor Plant (MZKT).
A new death sentence was handed down in Belarus on July 30 after a panel of judges of the Vitsyebsk Regional Court found 50-year-old Viktar Pawlaw guilty of murdering two elderly women in late December last year.
Many memorial crosses at a so-called people’s memorial at Kurapaty, a Stalin-era mass execution site just outside Minsk, were pulled down by order of authorities on Thursday morning. At least 15 people who attempted to protest were arrested by police.
Three political organizations on Monday applied to the Minsk City Executive Committee for permission to stage a rally in the city on the occasion of Freedom Day.
Death row inmate Syamyon Berazhny has been executed, the Vyasha Human Rights Center announced Tuesday, referring to the convict’s relatives.
Maryna Zolatava, editor in chief of the news section of tut.by, Belarus’ largest web portal, has been charged with inaction by an official under Part Two of the Criminal Code’s Article 425 in a so-called BelTA case.
A series of events called Week Against Death Penalty began in Belarus on Friday.
A tax evasion case against Henadz Fyadynich, chairperson of the Belarusian Union of Electronic Industry Workers (BUEIW), and BUEIW Chief Accountant Ihar Komlik started to be heard by the Savetski District Court in Minsk on Monday.
Ales Lipay, the founder and director general of BelaPAN who was taken Thursday for questioning following a search of his Minsk home, was released later in the day.
The Belarusian government considers criminalizing the spread of "false information" on the Internet, including by an anonymous source, Prosecutor General Alyaksandr Kanyuk said Wednesday in Minsk while presenting awards for the "best media coverage" of the activities of prosecutors' offic
The centenary of the proclamation of the independence of the Belarusian National Republic (BNR) was marked Sunday by a large-scale rally full of festive spirit in front of the National Grand Opera and Ballet Theater in downtown Minsk.
Energy Minister Uladzimir Patupchyk criticized delays in the construction of the Belarusian Nuclear Power Plant during the energy ministry’s board meeting in Astravets, Hrodna region, on Wednesday.
The investigation into the death of conscript soldier Alyaksandr Korzhych is under the personal supervision of Alyaksandr Lukashenka, the Belarusian leader’s spokesperson Natallya Eysmant told reporters in Minsk on Friday.
Former presidential candidates Mikalay Statkevich and Uladzimir Nyaklyayew led a crowd of more than a hundred people who demonstrated in central Minsk on Friday to express protest against Belarus` coming military exercise with Russia.
Pavel Sharamet’s murder remains unsolved one year after the prominent Belarusian-born journalist was killed by a car bomb in Kyiv.
An appeal urging the Belarusian government to issue special certificates to ethnic Belarusians residing abroad was adopted at the Seventh Congress of Belarusians of the World that took place in Minsk on July 15 and 16.
The European Commission's vice president warned on Thursday that Belarus should prove the safety of its nuclear power plant before the European Union could resume its energy dialogue with the country.
Information Minister Liliya Ananich on Wednesday defended the multiple arrests of journalists during recent street protests in Belarus.
Prominent opposition politician Mikalay Statkevich suggested on Monday that he may have been released because the Belarusian authorities tried to avoid angering the West too much.
Two members of a now-defunct paramilitary nationalist organization called Bely Lehiyon (White Legion) were arrested in Minsk on Tuesday night, hours after Alyaksandr Lukashenka announced the arrest of dozens of "armed militants" preparing to stage a "provocation."
Several thousand protesters marched in a procession in Minsk on Wednesday, demanding the resignation of Alyaksandr Lukashenka and the annulment of his decree imposing a so-called parasite tax on non-working people.