Belarus is being rewarded for her support of Ukraine and nonrecognition of Crimea…
The governments of the European Union have extended sanctions against Belarus for another year, that is to 28 February 2021. This is stated on the website of the Council of the European Union. Other countries have joined the decision, among them was Ukraine but also Norway, and Bosnia.
The sanctions are directed against a number of Belorussian officials, and limits the ability of Belarus to buy weapons.
Lidewij Tummers is a research assistant at the department of planning and architectural sociology at the Leibniz University Hanover. She visited Belarus in late 2019 for a conference: “Accessibility as an indicator of quality living space” of the Minsk Urbanistic Platform.