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Statement by Permanent Representative of the Republic of Belarus to the OSCE 1 March 2012

 PC.DEL/159/12
2 March 2012
 
ENGLISH
Original: RUSSIAN

Delegation of Belarus

STATEMENT BY MR. VALERY VORONETSKY,
PERMANENT REPRESENTATIVE OF THE REPUBLIC OF BELARUS
TO THE OSCE, AT THE MEETING OF THE
OSCE PERMANENT COUNCIL

1 March 2012

In response to the statements by the European Union, the United States of America and Norway

Permanent Delegation of Norway to the OSCE: Statement on Belarus

PC.DEL/144/12 
1 March 2012 
   
ENGLISH only

Permanent Delegation of Norway to the OSCE
STATEMENT ON BELARUS
As delivered by Ambassador Robert Kvile 
to the Permanent Council, Vienna
1 March, 2012

United States Mission to the OSCE Statement on the Human Rights Situation in Belarus March 1, 2012

As delivered by Ambassador Ian Kelly
to the Permanent Council, Vienna
March 1, 2012

The United States remains deeply concerned about serious violations of human rights, fundamental freedoms and rule of law in Belarus.

Statement on the Final Human Rights Assessment of the Events of 19 December 2010 in Minsk, Belarus

United States Mission to the OSCE
Statement on the Final Human
Rights Assessment of the Events of
19 December 2010 in Minsk, Belarus
As prepared for delivery by Ambassador Ian Kelly
to the Permanent Council, Vienna
February 9, 2012

Bialiatski should be set free, says OSCE Chairperson

DUBLIN, 24 January 2012 – The OSCE Chairperson-in-Office, Irish Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Foreign Affairs and Trade Eamon Gilmore, expressed regret today that prominent Belarusian human rights defender Aliaksandr (Ales) Bialiatski was not freed on appeal.

ODIHR Report on Trial Monitoring in Belarus (March-July 2011)

OSCE/ODIHR Report on Trial Monitoring in Belarus (March-July 2011). Warsaw, 10 November 2011
http://www.osce.org/odihr/84873

 

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OSCE Parliamentary Assembly Resolution “Belarus”, Belgrade, 6-10 July 2011

OSCE Parliamentary Assembly Resolution “Belarus”, Belgrade, 6-10 July 2011

Original Source: http://oscepa.org/publications/all-documents/doc_download/681-belgrade-r...

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OSCE Rapporteur’s Report on Belarus (the Moscow Mechanism Report)

Professor Emmanuel Decaux, OSCE Rapporteur’s Report on Belarus (the Moscow Mechanism Report), Vienna, 28 May 2011.

Original Sourse: http://www.osce.org/odihr/78705

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News of Belarus

Tough sentences announced to Brest antifascists

A verdict was delivered today in the case of Brest antifascists acused of participation in a group fight with neonazis which happened on May 8, 2013.

Antifascists were tried under the art. 339.3 (malicious group hooliganism) and 147.2 (malicious bodily harm). The case was qualified as malicious due to the fact of pepper spray usage in the fight.

Dzmitry Stsyashenka got 5 years of penal colony with reinforced regime (339.3) and 500 euro of damages to be paid to the injured nazis.

Exclusive: European Union moves to suspend sanctions on Belarus

The European Union is likely to lift some sanctions on Belarus, including its travel ban on President Alexander Lukashenko, after he freed a group of political prisoners last month, diplomatic sources say.

An arms embargo against the former Soviet republic would remain. But in an overture to the man the West calls Europe's "last dictator", diplomats are looking at suspending visa bans and asset freezes on most of around 200 people under sanctions for rights abuses, some since disputed elections in 2004.

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