On May 23, in a despicable and unprecedented move, the Belarusian authoritarian regime forced down a commercial airliner travelling from Athens to Vilnius with the aim of detaining dissident journalist Raman Pratasevich.
On May 18 TUT.BY editors and journalists of Minsk and regional editorial offices were searched and detained by officers of the Department of Financial Investigations of the State Monitoring Committee.
From morning of Tuesday, February 16, 2021, in Belarus began searches and detentions of human rights defenders and journalists
On January 21, 2021 the Financial Investigations Department of the State Control Committee launched an investigation against members of the human rights organisation «Office for the Rights of People with Disabilities»
We express our great concern at the prolonged continuation of violence and oppression towards peaceful protesters and civil society activists in Belarus, including the recent murder of Raman Bandarenka, recent detention of thousands of people, including our member Andrei Yahorau, and the imprisonment of Belarusian Students Association activists and instituting criminal proceedings against them.
The Coordinating Committee of the BNP adopted a statement of the necessity to postpone the launch of BelNPP.
On Sunday (September 6) Andrey Egorov and Irina Sukhy were detained.
In this regard, the BNP EaP CSF, Green Network and Ecohome issued a joint statement. The statement was supported by the members organizations.
The presidential elections in Belarus were overshadowed by a violent crackdown on peaceful protesters and the political opposition. In light of the political situation in the country, the EaP CSF formed a Monitoring Mission to observe all stages of the election process, while also taking note of further political and social developments in and around Belarus in post-monitoring period.
The Belarusian National Platform of the Eastern Partnership Civil Society Forum adopted the civil society’s statement suggesting several recommendations for the international community with regard to the current situation in Belarus.
We are dismayed at the continued violation of the fundamental rights of the Belarusian people in the wake of the undemocratic presidential election on 9 August 2020.