Online conference to discuss Belarus' future

Since the August 2020 protests against the rigged re-election of Alexander Lukashenka, the geopolitical landscape of Europe has drastically changed. Now, Belarus is viewed by the West as a military district of Russia, not a sovereign state.

To represent the Belarusian resistance and delegitimize the occupation of the country by Russia, the opposition forces have set up institutions in exile to give the people of Belarus hope for a different future, and the world – a choice to support forces uniting against Lukashenka. The online conference "Quo Vadis, Belarus? Three years after August 2020 protests" will gather politicians and experts to discuss the current state of affairs in Belarus and its international stance in the context of the war in Ukraine, Western sanctions, and the increasingly totalitarian political regime.

The conference takes place August 9 from 20:00 Latvian time.

The event will be moderated by Charlotte Flindt Pedersen, Executive Director of the Danish Foreign Policy Society and if you'd like to participate yourself, you can register for the event here:

For more information about the event, please see here.

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