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Digest: 1-24 April

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Punish Putins Puppet campaign, consultations with the EU Foreign Ministry, amendments for Belarusians in Polish law, a big interview with Pavel Latushko


NAM meetings

NAM lawyer Mikhail Kirilyuk together with the representatives of Sviatlana Tikhanovskaya and the Centre for Belarusian Solidarity Olga Dobrovolskaya took part in the meeting of the working group of the Ministry of Interior of Poland on the legal status of the Belarusians in Poland.

At the invitation of the German Foundation Buchenwald-Dora Mittelbau, Pavel Latushka took part in the ceremony commemorating the victims of the Buchenwald concentration camp.

Working trip and meetings with the Belarusian diaspora Pavel Latushka visited Krakow and Prague.

International support

NAM team established cooperation with former British Prime Ministers Gordon Brown, Tony Blair and John Majoram to launch the "Punish Putins Puppet" campaign to bring Lukashenko and his accomplices to justice. Direct contacts have been established, correspondence initiated, a series of meetings held, and a number of articles published in the European media with a similar title.

The former British prime ministers are closely following the tragic events in the region, have expressed agreement with the arguments presented by the NAM and are already taking steps to deter the Lukashenko regime from engaging in the active phase of the ground operation and escalating the conflict even further.

NAM team’s information work


The NAM hold consultations with EU Foreign Affairs Ministry

Pavel Latushka and the NAM team held consultations with the foreign ministers of Sweden, Poland, the deputy foreign ministers of the Czech Republic and Luxembourg, representatives of the French and British foreign ministries.
In the near future, members of the NAM team will meet with representatives of the US Department of State, as well as foreign ministers of other EU countries to develop a strategy of action against Lukashenka’s regime.

Consultations were held with the deputy foreign ministers of Estonia and Lithuania, as well as the Latvian ambassador, during which the partners indicated that they viewed the actions of the Lukashenko regime in the war against Ukraine as complicity in aggression and advocated maximum synchronization of sanctions against the Lukashenko regime and Russia.

Pavel Latushko held a meeting with the EU Permanent Representative to Belarus Dirk Schubel and informed the EU Permanent Representative about the three campaigns initiated by the NAM:

— Not a cent for the war
— Punish Putin’s Puppet
— Recognition of Belarus as temporarily occupied territory

Amendments for Belarusians in Polish law

On 14 April there was a meeting of the working group of democratic forces at the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Poland, which includes the Office of Sviatlana Tihanowskaya, the Centre for Belarusian Solidarity and the National Anti-Crisis Management. The Ministry confirmed the changes to the current legislation.

Humanitarian residence permits and humanitarian visas will be issued to all needy citizens of Belarus, regardless of whether they entered the territory of Poland from Ukraine after February 24, or came to the country for other reasons. The main purpose is to help Belarusians who fled the war in Ukraine.

A meeting of democratic forces

The head of the NAM, Pavel Latushka, and representatives of the NAM team, advisor Sviatlana Tikhanovskaya Franak Viachorka, met with the Rada of the Belarusian National Republic and with the head of the Rada, Ivonka Survilaj.

The main topics discussed during the meeting were the threats to the independence of Belarus from the Lukashenko regime and Russia’s war against Ukraine, which poses new challenges to the Belarusian people.

The meeting was held for the first time and will have an impact on the strengthening of interaction between the new democratic forces of Belarus and the Rada of the BNR.

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