BELARUS

Due to the situation in Belarus, the transit of goods from China to the EU may be reoriented to Ukraine

The transit of goods in the direction of China - the European Union due to the events in Belarus may be reoriented to Ukraine. This opinion was expressed by Deputy Minister for...

Switzerland has expanded the sanctions list against Belarus

On Wednesday, the government said Switzerland had expanded its sanctions against Belarus by joining other countries in its actions after the Belarusian authorities caused outrage by intercepting a Ryanair flight in May...

Ukrainian airlines are invited to work at Kutaisi airport

The Georgian side is negotiating to attract Ukrainian and Belarusian airlines to Kutaisi International Airport, said Deputy Minister of Economy and Sustainable Development of Georgia Mariam Kvrishishvili. The official reported on her online...

EU publishes list of new sanctions against Alexander Lukashenko’s regime

The fourth package of sanctions against Alexander Lukashenko's regime included 78 individuals, as well as eight state-owned enterprises and companies. The Council of the European Union on Monday, June 21, approved the fourth...

Belarus will contact ICAO to assess the legality of bans on flights through Ukraine

Belarus intends to apply to the ICAO Council to assess the legality of the actions of Ukraine and other states that have established bans and restrictions on the use of their...

The President of Belarus has threatened European organizations located in the territory of the Republic

President of Belarus Alexander Lukashenko called the West's attempt to intimidate Minsk with sanctions one of the main problems. Lukashenko made the statement at talks with Prime Minister of Belarus Roman Golovchenko, BelTA...

Belarus disqualified from Eurovision Song Contest

The organizers of this year's Eurovision Song Contest disqualified Belarus, deciding that its opening song - a band whose lyrics were previously considered a mockery of anti-government protests - violates competition rules. Earlier...