Belarus

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    Belarus to open first ever Embassy in Zimbabwe

    BELARUS says it will open its first ever embassy in Zimbabwe before 31 January 2022. The decision is contained in the Council of Ministers’ resolution No.477 of 23 August 2021 published on the national internet portal on 25 August, the country’s newspaper BelTA has reported. The report says the Belarus Finance Ministry has been instructed to finance the costs of…

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  • Africa & World

    I’ll leave you ‘without hands’ – Belarus President threatens protesters

    BELARUS President Alexander Lukashenko threatened to leave protesters “without hands” on Friday, sharpening his rhetoric as hundreds marched through the streets and rallied outside universities to keep pressure on the veteran leader to resign. Students, factory workers and pensioners answered a call by exiled opposition figure Sviatlana Tsikhanouskaya to launch a nationwide strike this week – a fresh move to…

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  • Politics

    Zimbabwe goes shopping for top military hardware in Belarus

    By Independent PRESIDENT Emmerson Mnangagwa’s visit to Belarus last year, which was highly publicised as a strategic state visit to seal deals worth US$350 million spanning across various productive sectors of the economy was, according to emerging details, primarily meant to inspect military and intelligence surveillance technology manufactured in the Eastern Europe country, with the possibility of placing orders. Mnangagwa’s…

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