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International Observation Mission about tragic events in Minsk on April 11

Yesterday on April 11, 2011 a bomb exploded in Minsk at Oktyabrskaya subway station, resulting in more than 10 killed and over 100 wounded.
International Observation Mission brings its sincere condolences to victims’ families and all those injured.

International human rights observers are being deported from Belarus

Statement by the Council under the President of the Russian Federation for the Promotion of Civil Society and Human Rights

Statement by the Council under the President of the Russian Federation for the Promotion of Civil Society and Human Rights оn the situation in Belarus 

January 25, 2011 

Conference of International NGOs of the Council of Europe adopted a resolution

Conference of International NGOs of the Council of Europe adopted a resolution on the situation in Belarus including with reference to the role of the Committee of International Control and the International Observation Mission.  Alexandra Delemenchuk the member of the Secretariat of the Committee has participated in the conference.

http://www.coe.int/t/ngo/Articles/CONF_PLE_2011_RES2_Belarus_en.asp

Results of the first month of the International Committee of the International Observation Mission work. Press conference

January 27 in Minsk held a press conference on the results of the first month of the International Committee of the International Observation Mission to monitor the situation of human rights in Belarus.Press conference was held at the office of HRC Viasna, gathered 15 journalists of the Belarusian and foreign media.

Press-conference in the Belarusian Human Rights House in Vilnius

Belarus: a month after December 19th: Tragedy for one country or for the whole Europe?

News of Belarus

PACE rapporteur dismayed by harassment of Viasna human rights centre in Belarus

Strasbourg, 21.11.2012 – Andres Herkel (Estonia, EPP/CD), the rapporteur on Belarus of the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe (PACE), has expressed his dismay that the “Viasna” human rights centre in Minsk has been ordered to vacate its office by 27 November, following a year of obscure legal procedures which transferred ownership of the apartment in which the office is located to the state.

Valiantsin Stefanovich: "Viasna" will continue its work in all circumstances

It was reported on Saturday that the confiscation of the office of the Human Rights Center "Viasna" was scheduled for November 26. Human rights defenders stress that the news was not a surprise for the activists of the organization and they would continue their work in all circumstances.

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