12:30, — Interview
A conversation between two dissidents and former political prisoners Vladimir Bukovsky and Andrei Sannikov.
13:09, — Interview
After five years of imprisonment the political prisoner has been released into a “larger prison”.
10:03, — Interview
Putin’s plan for Ukraine is to create a marionette regime like the Belarusian.
14:14, — Interview
But soon everyone will have to awaken.
10:39, — Interview
The artist is ready to perform on the Belarusian Square.
17:33, — Interview
The famous journalist is convinced: Lukashenka has very little time left.
14:32, — Interview
The U.S. can do more for freedom in Belarus, says an influential American politician.
13:38, — Interview
Ukrainian politician and businessmen, a billionaire Piotr Poroshenko gave an exclusive interview to charter97.org.
15:10, — Interview
Secretary of Georgia’s Security Council gave an interview to charter97.org on the day of his resignation.
14:50, — Interview
The European Parliament deputy is convinced that Europe needs a new strategy regarding Belarus.
15:05, — Interview
The Belarusian regime is bankrupt without Russia’s oil, Vladimir Ryzhkov is convinced.
8:51, — Interview
The Lukashenka regime has only one way – towards its collapse, the famous journalist believes.
0:17, — Interview
Belarusian politician Dzmitry Bandarenka has celebrated his 50th birthday.
13:26, — Interview
The deputy assistant to the US Secretary of State Tom Melia gave an exclusive interview to the charter97.org web-site.
11:59, — Interview
The president of the International Federation for Human Rights is convinced that the situations of Iran and Belarus are similar.
14:51, — Interview
The leader of the Russian opposition is convinced that Lukashenka is a bandit ready for any type of crime.
18:43, — Interview
Screenwriter of the legendary movies The White Sun of the Desert (Beloe Solntse Pustyni) and Burnt By The Sun (Utomlyonnye Solntsem) fights against dictatorship.
16:04, — Interview
The Belarusian KGB fears this man.
14:20, — Interview
The Minister of Defence of Lithuania, Juozas Olekas, told charter97.org about relations with Belarus.
13:52, — Interview
The EU does not know the consequences of a "dialogue" with the Belarusian regime.
12:05, — Interview
The regimes of Lukashenka and Aliyev are equally corrupted and repressive.
8:19, — Interview
Minister of Foreign Affairs of Sweden gave exclusive interview to charter97.org.
12:30, — Interview
Neither Poland nor the European Union change their politics regarding Lukashenka’s regime.
12:20, — Interview
The dictator will continue to ignore the West’s demands unless billions of dollars stop coming in.
0:16, — Interview
Malek Khadhraoui, the editor-in-chief of the Tunisian website Nawaat, created it by the example of charter97.org.
0:34, — Interview
The President of the European Parliament Martin Schulz gave an exclusive interview to charter97.org.
0:06, — Interview
Ukraine’s former ambassador to Belarus Roman Bezsmertny is convinced that it is utterly difficult to make forecasts about the outcome of Lukashenka’s visit to Kyiv.
0:27, — Interview
The legendary Cuban dissident gave an interview to charter97.org on the eve of tbeing awarded the Andrei Sakharov Prize by the European Parliament .
11:47, — Interview
Ukraine’s former foreign minister is convinced that there shouldn’t be more trade-offs with authoritarian regimes.
13:51, — Interview
Serious battles have started at the UN over the report on the situation in Belarus.
13:46, — Interview
The head of the European Endowment for Democracy does not support the loans to Lukashenka’s regime and urges to give Belarusian democrats real help.
1:29, — Interview
Belarusian top peoples cannot shop in London and have their children studying in the West.
20:54, — Interview
Former head of the Ukrainian Foreign Ministry Yuri Lutsenko gave an exclusive interview to the website charter97.org.
15:32, — Interview
However, the well-known Russian journalist is convinced that no dictatorship lasts forever.
1:15, — Interview
Sanctions against the regime of Lukashenka are shown to be effective.
13:14, — Interview
It is impossible to reach an agreement and start a dialog with the Belarusian dictator.
0:09, — Interview
A former prime minister of Slovakia is shocked by holding the Belarusian-Lithuanian Forum.
3:43, — Interview
Lithuania’s Foreign Minister shared his view of the relationship between Lithuania and Belarus.
12:59, — Interview
The EU is doing nothing for changes in Belarus, the Lithuanian MP believes.
13:18, — Interview
The Belarusian dictator has resumed his attempts to fool the European Union.
Pavol Demeš: Visa restrictions must be lifted for Belarusians and sanctions on the regime must be strengthened
12:59, — Interview
A softer stance on the dictatorship will be Lukashenka's unconditional victory over the EU.
12:26, — Interview
What is more efficient in the relations of the European Union with Belarus – sticks or carrots?
15:16, — Interview
The leader of the European Belarus told Polish Polityka about his time in prison.
17:36, — Interview
Attempts of a dialogue, modernization and humanization of Lukashenka’s regime will lead nowhere.
8:45, — Interview
If it had not been for sanctions against Belarus, there would have been several thousands of disappeared and murdered opposition leaders in the country.
16:28, — Interview
The day of March 25, 1918 became the guiding star for many generations of Belarusian, but not for the incumbent regime.
12:51, — Interview
And bargaining with the dictator only worsens their position.
14:58, — Interview
The EU’s sanctions should apply to a much higher number of Belarusian authorities.
8:36, — Interview
Lyapis Trubetskoi band leader says why he cannot return to Belarus.
17:16, — Interview
Well-known researcher of Belarus doesn't understand why the American Foundation rushed to support Europe's last dictator.