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Belarus decries sanctions US reimposed on 9 state companies

2 monthes ago   |   By My Sanantonio

KYIV, Ukraine - Belarus' Foreign Ministry on Tuesday expressed regret over sanctions that the United States reimposed on nine state-owned companies in the ex-Soviet country, citing human rights violations.
Belarus has become a target of Western sanctions after authoritarian President Alexander Lukashenko won his sixth term in office in a widely disputed election in August and unleashed a harsh crackdown on subsequent mass protests that demanded he steps down.
More than 34,000 people have been arrested, many of them beaten, and most prominent opposition figures have fled Belarus or have...
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Belarus decries sanctions US reimposed on 9 state companies

2 monthes ago   |   By ABC News

Belarus' Foreign Ministry has expressed regret over sanctions the United States reimposed on nine state-owned companies in the ex-Soviet country, citing human rights violations
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