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Russian Social Media Influence. Understanding Russian Propaganda in Eastern Europe

One of the key recommendations of American analysts is the following: in order to successfully resist Russian informational influnce, alternative to Russian information should be secured by broadening and improving local content. Ryhor Kastusiou, the BPF Party chairman, commented on the conclusions and recommendations of American researchers: “I hope that people, who are now preparing amendments to the Belarusian law on media, will attentively read the paper. Imposing more and more new restrictions on Belarusian web-sites and media, these amendments, which are now being examined by the parliament, can make our country vulnerable to foreign informational attacks. Vice versa, liberation and improvement of local media will strengthen positions of Belarus and further informational security of our country”.

Hrodna City Executive Committee authorized meeting and concert in Hrodna on March 25

Saranchukou Vadzim, the BPF Party deputy chairman, informed that today organizers recieved official permission from the Hrodna City Executive Committee to hold a festive meeting and concert, dedicated to celebration of the 100th anniversary of the declaration of the Belarusian Democratic Republic.

Minsk City Executive Committee authorized meeting and concert near Opera Theater on Freedom Day of March 25

Today Ryhor Kastusiou, the BPF Party chairman, got a call from the Minsk State Executive Committee and received an invitation to a meeting with city officials regarding the application for a meeting and a concert on March 25, submitted on Wednesday by the BPF Party together with other organizations.

European Young Conservatives condemn persecution of BPF Youth chairwoman

The European Young Conservatives (EYC) wishes to condemn the actions of the Belarusian authorities against Hanna Smilevich, Chairwoman of the Belarusian Popular Front Youth.

Statement of the BPF Party on holding of OSCE Parliamentary Assembly session in Minsk

Adopted by the National Board of the BPF Party on July 1, 2017

BNR Rada Condemns Violence Against Demonstrators, Calls For Political and Economic Pressure on Pro-Russian Regime in Belarus

Rada of the Belarusian Democratic Republic actively condemns the violence by the police of the Lukashenka regime against citizens during peaceful demonstrations on March 25, 2017.