Ivonka Survilla, President of the BNR Rada, wrote an open letter to Volodymyr Zelenskyy, President of Ukraine.
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BNR Rada member Alesia Siomucha (Alesya Semukha-Greenberg) laid flowers to the monument of Tadevuš Kaściuška (Tadeusz Kościuszko) in Washington, DC, together with Polish Foreign Minister Zbigniew Rau, Ambassador of the Lithuanian Republic to the...
The Rada BNR stands in solidarity with people in humanitarian distress around the world and supports the humane solutions of the European Union to the problems of migrants. The Rada BNR approves the cessation...
Statement of David J. Kramer, Senior Fellow, Steven J. Green School of International & Public Affairs, at the Hearing of the U.S. Helsinki Commission, September 21, 2021
The flag of Belarus consists of three equal horizontal stripes: white, red and white. The flag was created in the early 20th century, however its symbolism dates back to the medieval history of the...
On this day 30 years ago, Belarus became an independent state after more than 70 years of Soviet occupation.
Pahonia (Пагоня in Belarusian and Pogoń in Polish, translated as “the chase” or “the pursuit”) is the state symbol of Belarus since the Middle Ages.
A year ago, a presidential election took place in Belarus, which became in many ways unique and a turning point in the modern history of our country.
MEMORY OF THE SECOND WORLD WAR SHOULD BE THE FOUNDATION OF PEACE, FREEDOM AND DEMOCRACY – STATEMENT BY THE BNR RADA
On this day 80 years ago, Hitler’s Germany invaded the Stalinist USSR, starting the most dramatic stage of World War II for Belarus.
The Rada of the Belarusian Democratic Republic expresses its deep condolences to the relatives of political prisoner Vitold Ašurak, and outrage at the capture of political fugitive Raman Pratasievič.