Belarus Economy

The British financial inspector called for an investigation into the city’s “shocking” funding of the Belarusian regime

The UK’s Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has been asked to investigate the listing of Belarusian government bonds on the London Stock Exchange, openDemocracy reports today. In a letter from the Belarusian Coordination Council, viewed by openDemocracy, the opposition movement asked the FCA to investigate the banks, which in 2020 is …

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Lukashenko closes Belarus – the organization for world peace

On June 28, Belarus announced new travel restrictions that essentially close the country’s borders. Under these new guidelines, the government will prevent Belarusians with long-term residence permits in other countries from leaving Belarus. The government claims these restrictions are temporary and intended to contain the spread of COVID-19, but most …

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Mikhail Rusy: Continuous work by workers’ collectives underpins Belarusian economic security | News from Belarus | Belarusian News | Belarus today | News in Belarus | Minsk News

The stable and smooth work of the workers’ collectives is the basis of the country’s economic security. The chairman of the Regional Policy and Local Self-Government Commission of the Council of the Republic of the Belarusian National Assembly, Mikhail Rusy, made the statement while meeting with workers at Construction Trust …

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Belarus’s multi-vector politics should not jeopardize agreements with Russia – Secretary of State – Russian Politics & Diplomacy

MOSCOW, July 14th. / TASS /. The multi-vector policy of Belarus should not call into question the political and defense agreements with Russia and with other allies in the Organization of the Collective Security Treaty (CSTO) and the Eurasian Economic Union (EAEU), Dmitry Mezentsev, State Secretary of the Russian Federation. …

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Putin receives Belarusian President for talks

Russian President Wladimir PutinVladimir Vladimirovich PutinChris Inglis officially sworn in when national cyber director Rand Paul requests an investigation into allegations the NSA spied after Tucker Carlson says Russia-affiliated hackers attacked her Navy’s website MORE held a meeting with the Belarusian head of state on Tuesday Alexander Lukashenko amid sanctions …

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Norway adopts further restrictive measures against Belarus

– Norway today joined the EU’s new sectoral sanctions against Belarus in response to serious human rights violations by the country’s authorities, said Foreign Minister Ine Eriksen Søreide. The situation in Belarus is worsening with the detention of opposition activists, harassment of human rights defenders and the silence of independent …

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Mammoth green package out this WEEK

On Wednesday (July 14th) the EU Commission will drop a mammoth legislative package on energy and climate law in order to convert the goal of reducing greenhouse gas emissions by 55 percent by 2030 into concrete new rules for traffic and industry. The package, titled “Fit for 55”, will be …

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