The month of June in Eastern Europe in a nutshell…

Eastern Europe monitoring team:  Vladimir Krsmanovic, Michel DupontClaire Aréthuse, Olga ChekhurskaValérian Cerino, Manon Picot 

The files we follow: Ukrainian domestic policy; Foreign policy of Belarus, Russian army in Belarus and Belarus-Ukraine relationship; United Transitional Cabinet of Free Belarus and the Belarusian diaspora; Domestic Policy of Belarus and political prisoners; Political situation in Crimea and the “Donbass republics”; Foreign policy of the Balkan countries and their relations with the EU.

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In Belarus, the month of June was marked by the conviction of Yana Vitalyevna Pinchuk, a 25-year-old girl found guilty of “managing a terrorist organization”. A day later, on June 7, it was the release of Sofia Sapega that made the headlines in Belarusian opposition newspapers. Sentenced for “incitement to hatred” and “terrorist activity“, she was pardoned shortly after her former boyfriend, Roman Protasevich, by Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko.

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