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“If Ukraine had had enough weapons last February, we would have ended the war in April”

The Eastern Herald 07 Feb 2023
So far, Ukraine has shown incredible resilience ... As the transatlantic ....
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Ambassador of Belarus L.Marinich meets the Minister of Investments, Industry and Trade of Uzbekistan (Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Belarus)

Public Technologies 06 Feb 2023
) Home / Press Service / News / Ambassador of Belarus L.Marinich meets the Minister of Investments, Industry and Trade of Uzbekistan ... During the meeting, the parties discussed the state of trade and economic cooperation between Belarus and Uzbekistan.
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Report of Belarus’ Prosecutor General Andrei Shved (President of the Republic of Belarus)

Public Technologies 06 Feb 2023
Belarusian President Aleksandr Lukashenko instructed to prepare for a large-scale meeting with the country's law enforcers as he met with Belarus' Prosecutor General Andrei Shved to receive his report on 6 February ... Belarus during the Great Patriotic War and the post-war period.
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VR Offers To Suspend Involvement Of Russia, Belarus In Statutory Bodies Of OSCE PA

MENA FN 06 Feb 2023
(MENAFN - UkrinForm) The Ukrainian Parliament has endorsed draft resolution No. 8396 'On the Appeal of the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine to the Parliamentary Assembly of the OSCE and Parliaments of Its ... .
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Wider Europe Briefing: A Consensus On New Russian Oil Caps; And Why Ukraine's EU Plans ...

Radio Free Europe 06 Feb 2023
the debates over Belarus sanctions and Russian oil caps, and what they really have in common; and why Ukraine is being overly ambitious in its attempts to join the European Union in two years ... Russian Oil Caps, Sanctions On Belarus, And The Battle For The 'Global South'.
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Belarusian Entrepreneur Handed Five Years For Comment On Deadly Police Shooting

Radio Free Europe 06 Feb 2023
... Minsk City Court sentenced Hleb Hladkouski five days earlier after finding him guilty of insulting Lukashenka, inciting social hatred, calling for sanctions against Belarus, and obstructing journalistic activities.
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Iran U17 beat Belarus U16 at "Development Cup"

Tehran Times 05 Feb 2023
TEHRAN – Iran U17 defeated Belarus U16 football team 4-0 on Sunday in their opening match of the international tournament "Development Cup" in Belarus ... .
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Defense Ministry Sees No Strike Groups In Belarus Capable To Launch Offensive On Kyiv

MENA FN 05 Feb 2023
(MENAFN - UkrinForm) The Ukrainian Ministry of Defense has not recorded any formed strike groups on the territory of Belarus that could launch an offensive on Kyiv. Ministry of Defense Oleksii ... .
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Along Ukraine-Belarus border, a war of nerves — and drones

The Daily Times 04 Feb 2023
BELARUS BORDER, Ukraine (AP) — The reconnaissance ...
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Ukraine keeps Belarus border under surveillance

NWA Online 04 Feb 2023
The reconnaissance drones fly several times a ...
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Iran U17 to participate at Belarus "Development Cup"

Tehran Times 04 Feb 2023
TEHRAN – Iran U17 football team will play Belarus U16 on Sunday in their opening match of the international tournament "Development Cup" in Belarus ... .
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Belarusian athletes opposing Lukashenko urge IOC to introduce "Anti-War Declaration"

Inside The Games 04 Feb 2023
Signatories of the Declaration included former National Olympic Committee of the Republic of Belarus (NOCRB) secretary general Anatol Kotau, Beijing 2008 decathlon silver medallist Andrei Krauchanka and former women's basketball national team captain Katsiaryna Snytsina ... Sport has been intertwined with Lukashenko's Presidency in Belarus.

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