Belarus stands
with Ukraine

  • MORE THAN 450 BELARUSIANS
     are fighting in Ukraine against Russia today
  • 54
    BELARUSIANS
    died for Ukraine since 2014
  • 258 YEARS
    IN PRISON
    for partisan activity against
    Russian troops in Belarus
  • 103 YEARS
    IN PRISON

    for antiwar protests

  • 72 YEARS
    IN PRISON

    for a photo of military

    equipment

  • 58 YEARS
    IN PRISON
    for remarks against the war
During the 2020 presidential election in Belarus, Alexander Lukashenko usurped power.
Hunderds of thousands of Belarusians took to the streets to protest against falcifications and then violence against peaceful demonstrators.

Lukashenko suppressed the uprising with the help of the armed forces, including Putin’s media and military support from Kremlin.

The Belarusians were not break. Several thousand citizens were illegally arrested, tens of thousands were forced to flee the country to escape persecution.
Every day dozens of people are arrested in Belarus.

In 2022, Lukashenko supported Putin's invasion of Ukraine, but the war is opposed by ordinary Belarusians.

About 450 belarusians are fighting in Ukraine against Russia today.
According to opinion polls, more than 70% of Belarusians oppose the war.