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Patrick Lawrence: The Trans-Atlantic Rift Grows Wider

Scheerpost 06 Dec 2022
By Patrick Lawrence / Original to ScheerPost ... 1 ... On the Ukraine question specifically, Putin spent eight years trying to get the Kiev regime to abide by the Minsk I and Minsk II accords, which, as noted previously in this space, would have provided for a federalized Ukraine that accommodated the different interests and perspectives of its population.
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Patrick Lawrence: Why Is The New York Times Still Hyping ‘Russiagate’?

Scheerpost 06 Nov 2022
Two, by the time Manafort and Kilimnik were talking about autonomous regions, Ukraine, Russia, Germany, and France had signed two accords, the Minsk I and Minsk II Protocols, calling for none other than a federalized Ukraine with the express purpose of holding the nation together ... The Minsk Protocols were written to accommodate these realities.
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IOM Belarus Response for the stranded migrants in Belarus Situation Report (4 - 17 February 2022)

Reliefweb 08 Mar 2022
In addition to IOM Belarus office in Minsk, IOM staff remain present in Grodno to have regular access to the migrants at the logistics facility, at the hotel in Minsk where migrants are accommodated before their departure to the countries of origin and in Minsk ...
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Russia wants Belarus to send troops to Syria

Russia Today 09 Feb 2022
Minsk could send troops to support Russia’s humanitarian efforts in Syria ... The exact number of troops, as well as their purpose, will be defined by Minsk, in coordination with Moscow, and the Russian Ministry of Defense will be responsible for the accommodation and supplies for the support troops.
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Russia pins down US expansionism in Europe

The Manila Times 11 Dec 2021
In the Minsk accord, the Ukrainian government agreed, but did not take steps to implement, to change its constitution to accommodate the "peculiarities'' of the two Russian-speaking Eastern Ukrainian Donbas separatist republics and legalize their "special status.".
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Death at the EU border: Migrants pay the price of Belarus’s ‘hybrid warfare’

Mail Guardian South Africa 27 Nov 2021
According to documents, Tsentrkurort — a state tourism company that is part of the Office of the President of Belarus — allegedly also provided transfer from Minsk airport to the city and accommodation in centrally located hotels, from where guests were taken to the border in an organised manner.
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All Refugees From Camp on Border With Poland Moved to Logistics Center - Minsk

Urdu Point 18 Nov 2021
MINSK (UrduPoint News / Sputnik - 18th November, 2021) The Belarusian State Border Committee said that all refugees from the spontaneous camp at the Bruzgi checkpoint on the border with Poland voluntarily moved ...
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Why are people using Belarus to reach the EU?

The Times/The Sunday Times 16 Nov 2021
Travel agencies across the Middle East have been working with Belarusian companies to provide visas, flights and accommodation in Minsk, the Belarusian capital.Sponsored ... .
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Why Iraqi Kurdish migrants are fleeing to Europe

The New Arab 16 Nov 2021
Azad and two other migrants told The New Arab that there are several travel agencies in the Iraqi Kurdistan region that will arrange a package including the visa, airfare, and several days’ accommodation in return for nearly $4,000. Once in Minsk, migrants pay nearly $3,000 to smugglers in order to take them to the Polish border.
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Russia blunts Belarus gas threat

Arkansas Democrat-Gazette 13 Nov 2021
European leaders accuse Lukashenko of orchestrating a migrant crisis on Belarus's border with the European Union in retaliation for sanctions, a claim Minsk denies ... According to Latushka and Belarusian human rights groups, migrants arriving in Minsk are being taken to hotels and other accommodation sites -- depending on how much they have paid.
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Turkey halts flights for some Mideast citizens to EU's door

Cadillac News 12 Nov 2021
The EU said it received confirmation that Iraqi Airways, which halted flights to Minsk in the summer, will not resume them ... According to Latushka and Belarusian human rights groups, in Minsk migrants are being taken to hotels and other accommodation sites -- depending on how much they have paid.
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Poland reports violent clashes overnight as migrants attempt new border breach

Metro USA 11 Nov 2021
The EU on Wednesday accused Belarus of mounting a “hybrid attack” on the bloc by encouraging thousands of migrants fleeing poverty and war-torn areas to try to cross into Poland, and is gearing up to impose new sanctions on Minsk ... started flying to Minsk this spring.
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EU unity over the Belarus migrant crisis may not last

New Statesman 11 Nov 2021
... even harsher measures, including sanctions on non-Belarusian airlines suspected of flying migrants into Minsk ... Some will argue for Poland to change its policies; others will call for greater pressure on Minsk; still more might plead for accommodation with Minsk to stop the flow.
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Fears of war due to Belarus-Poland migrant crisis

Business Day 11 Nov 2021
Large groups of people fleeing conflicts and poverty in the Middle East and elsewhere started flying to Minsk this northern spring ... Most migrants use travel agencies across the Middle East which partner with Belarusian companies to book tourism packages that usually include visa, flight and accommodation.
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Neighbours of Belarus say migrant crisis risks military clash

The Wire 11 Nov 2021
Large groups of people fleeing conflicts and poverty in the Middle East and elsewhere started flying to Minsk this spring ... Most migrants use travel agencies across the Middle East which partner with Belarusian companies to book tourism packages that usually include visa, flight and accommodation.

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