Stop Meddling in the Internal Affairs of Belarus!

The U.S. Peace Council (USPC) expresses its solidarity with the people of Belarus whose country is undergoing a campaign of destabilization and interference in their internal affairs by outside forces. USPC calls on all parties to respect the sovereignty and territorial integrity of this country.

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Fraternal Union between Russia and Byelorussia: Guarantee of Well-Being and Security of Our Peoples

Appeal of the Chairman of the CC CPRF, Head of the CPRF at the State Duma Gennady Zyuganov to the President of the Russian Federation Vladimir Putin and President of the Republic of Belarus Alexander Lukashenko To: President Putin of the Russian Federation To: President Lukashenko of the Republic of Belarus The union of the peoples of Russia and Byelorussia is living through a historic moment. Our centuries-old brotherhood of struggle, victories and joint living is coming under sophisticated attacks from without and from within. The same forces that are…

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The WFTU on the developments in Belarus

The World Federation of Trade Unions, representing 105 million workers in 132 countries, expresses its solidarity with the workers and people of Belarus, who are in the middle of an intra-imperialist conflict since the August 9 election, when President Alexander Lukashenko received more than 80 percent of the votes but the opposition complained about fraud.

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The Communists of Belarus need fraternal solidarity!

Address of the Union of Communist parties-CPSU to the Communist and workers’ parties of the world Dear comrades and friends! Once the wise leader of the Communist party of the United States, Gus Hall, said that true internationalism is tested by the attitude to the Soviet Union. He was absolutely right. It has been known since Marx that every practical step is more important than a dozen programs. The USSR was the embodiment of an age-old dream of humanity – even if imperfect, early, but socialism.

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Hands off Belarus!

Statement of the Central Committee of the German Communist Party, August 20, 2020 On August 9, elections took place in the Republic of Belarus, won by long term president Alexander Lukashenko, according to the electoral commission. The opposition had already announced before the elections that it would not recognize such a result, and declared its candidate Svetlana Tikhanovskaya as the winner. Since then, there have been protests, some of them violent, with at least one death among the demonstrators, injuries on both sides, as well as arrests. Strikes have also…

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Solidarity with protestors for fundamental rights in Belarus

Ahead of a video conference of EU leaders on the situation in Belarus, GUE/NGL co-Presidents Manon Aubry and Martin Schirdewan condemn the recent violence against protesters, call for respect for the right to demonstrate peacefully, and for all international actors to refrain from interference, and to work to help deescalate tensions in the country.

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