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"It is important for CSOs not to turn into sects." Are Belarusians ready to take part in the activities of CSOs and civic initiatives?
Why is it better to engage eco-activists in the Belarusian countryside?
Baltic Internet Policy Initiative / The Office for European Expertise and Communications
December 2019

Belarusian audience of websites of Russian TV channels
Mikhail Doroshevich
e-baltic.ORG / Baltic Internet Policy Initiative
March 2019


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A1 launches Belarus' first standalone 5G network in test mode
According to TeleGeography Mobile network operator (MNO) A1 Belarus, working in partnership with ZTE of China, has launched a 5G standalone architecture (SA) network in test mode, claiming a first for the eastern European country. The fully-fledged 5G SA network uses the 3.5GHz band and has been set up at a number of locations in Minsk including October Square (covering A1's head office and in the area near the Palace of the Republic) and Great Stone industrial park. Further test sites are already earmarked for the premises of the Minsk-Arena multifunctional cultural and sports complex and near the Minsk Sports Palace.

Lukashenko comments on coronavirus-related fake news on internet
According to BelTA information channels spreading fake news have stepped up their activities, Belarus President Aleksandr Lukashenko said as he addressed a meeting to discuss important social, economic, and political matters in Minsk on 25 May.

UNDP to set up innovation lab in Belarus to accelerate local development
According to BelTA the United Nations Development Program in Belarus is recruiting a team of personnel to set up an acceleration lab, BelTA learned from UNDP Resident Representative in Belarus Alexandra Solovieva during a videoconference held on 21 May to discuss results of the Small Towns project of the UNDP and the Economy Ministry.

UNICEF in Belarus to launch online safety training webinars
According to BelTA the Office of the United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF) in Belarus in collaboration with the Belarusian Ministry of Internal Affairs and MTS mobile network operator with financial support of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Poland will hold a series of free webinars for parents, elementary school children and teenagers to educate them about Internet safety.


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