On the Belarusian bench
Russia and Belarus have been accused of supporting separatist groups in eastern Ukraine and destabilizing the country’s government. In 2014, Russia annexed Crimea from Ukraine, leading to an ongoing conflict between Ukrainian government forces and Russian-backed separatists in eastern Ukraine. Belarus, which has close ties to Russia, has been accused of allowing weapons and fighters to cross its border into Ukraine.
The conflict has led to thousands of deaths and displacement of civilians, and it remains a major source of tension between Russia, Belarus, and Ukraine. The international community has called for a peaceful resolution to the conflict and has imposed sanctions on Russia in response to its annexation of Crimea and its support for separatist groups in eastern Ukraine.
Efforts to resolve the conflict through diplomatic channels have been ongoing, but progress has been slow. The situation remains tense, with periodic outbreaks of violence and ongoing concerns about Russian aggression in the region. The conflict highlights the complex geopolitics of the region and the ongoing struggle for power and influence between Russia and its neighbors.
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