Press conference on the topic: "Ukraine and Belarus in the conditions of Russian aggression"
"Maidan foreign Affairs held a press conference on the topic: "Ukraine and Belarus in the conditions of Russian aggression" with the participation of public representatives in Ukraine and Belarus. The participants of the press conference: Bohdan Yaremenko, Andrei Sannikov and Dmitry Bondarenko and Natalia Radzina highlight the issue: Ukraine and Belarus - natural geopolitical partners; Belarusian-Russian military cooperation; the Status and trends of the Belarusian and Russian economies. Help. Andrei Sannikov, a Belarusian political and social activist, coordinator of the civil campaign "European Belarus", one of the founders of the civil initiative Charter ' 97", the former Deputy Minister of foreign Affairs of the Republic of Belarus, the presidential candidate of the Republic of Belarus in 2010 (ranked second by number of votes), 20 December 2010 detained by the KGB of the Republic of Belarus after the demonstrations against the rigged presidential elections, 14 may 2011 was sentenced to five years imprisonment, and on April 14, 2012 - released in October 2012 received political asylum in the UK. Bohdan Yaremenko - Chairman of the Board of the Foundation for independence of foreign Affairs, Ambassador extraordinary and Plenipotentiary Envoy of the 1st class, Consul General of Ukraine in Istanbul and at the same time the representative of Ukraine in the black sea Economic Cooperation Organization (2010-2013 gg). Dmitry Bondarenko - Belarusian public figure, member of the Belarusian Association of journalists during the presidential election of 2010 was the head of the election campaign of presidential candidate A. Sankov, one of the founders of the civil initiative Charter ' 97", the coordinator of the civil campaign "European Belarus". Natalia Radzina - community activist, editor-in-opposition online newspaper "Charter'97", after the 2010 presidential election was in the KGB prison where she was tortured in 2010 against him were filed three criminal cases under the article on the newspaper's website in March 2011 has escaped from Belarus, first in Russia and then in Lithuania, where he received political asylum.