Even after losing Ukraine and Moldova, Russia did not forget about the South Caucasus
Supporting the Western aspirations of the countries in the region requires additional effort from us.
Belsat will be integrated into the new TVP structure broadcasting programs to viewers abroad
“On March 1, 2025, Polish Public Television will launch a new program structure for foreign countries,” said Michał Broniatowski, the Director and Editor-in-chief of TVP World.
Putin, a long-time unseen guest of Kim
Both dictators possess a similar worldview and a shared desire to dismantle the global order.
Russia blocked several European media. Including the Polish website of Belsat
Spiegel, AFP, and Politico are included in the same list.
Zelensky's peace and Putin's ultimatum
There is currently no sign of a breakthrough on the military front. The Russians and the Ukrainians are exhausted.
Is behaving like an ostrich with its head buried in the sand secure?
Politicians are not listening to historians or increasingly concerned experts.
General Command: A soldier who was injured with a knife on the border with Belarus has passed away
“Matthew, our brother in Service, you have fulfilled the words of the oath. Rest in peace”
Gold for the “Vot Tak”
Belsat’s Russian-language project “Vot Tak” already has 1.5 million viewers on YouTube
The Balkans will not experience a new war
Russia aspires to open another front in Europe, but the West has numerous tools to maintain peace in the region.
The war trader
Belarusian companies are helping Russia modernize military equipment
Quo vadis Georgia?
Despite its pro-Western declarations, the government of Tbilisi reveals its closer ties to Moscow than to Brussels.
Putin sends the economist to join the army and the Chekist to retire
It’s not a reduction in Sergei Shoigu and Nikolai Patrushev’s influence, but rather an effort to enhance the military capabilities.
Eternal Putin
He has been in power for 24 years and is attempting to surpass Stalin’s record of over 30 years in office.
Moscow is not giving up on Moldova
The Kremlin is doing everything to harm pro-Western president Maia Sandu before the elections.
The Russian ambition towards Georgia
While Moscow is losing Armenia, Georgia is starting to resemble Ukraine during Yanukovych’s term.
Encyclopedia in the service of the Kremlin. The Russian version of Wikipedia steals entries and turns them into propaganda.
Our Russian-language portal, Vot Tak, investigated how Ruviki modified articles about Ukraine, repression, and terrorist attacks in Russia.
How will Iran's attack on Israel affect Ukraine and Russia? There are several different options for possible scenarios
From a global war with the Axis of Evil to a regional incident – opinions on escalation in the Middle East.
The Russian Ministry of Foreign Affairs has claimed recently that Western politicians and media conspired to conceal the truth about the Crocus City Hall attack.
They blame Western politicians and media outlets for not “buying” the theory that the attack had a Ukrainian connection.
Belsat reporter wanted as criminal. His children too
The photo of Zmitser Lupach was displayed in front of the police headquarters in Hlybokaye.
Another Belsat project was deemed extremist by the authorities in Minsk.
Our program „Belarusian to Belarusian” has been added to the list.
The Holy War of Patriarch Kirill
Despite initial appearances, these are not the words of radical Islamists.
Ukrainian broadcaster reports severe Russian disruption of the Astra satellite, which led to the jamming of the Belsat TV signal.
The Russians also managed to replace the Ukrainian signal with propaganda content.
What does the attack at Crocus City Hall mean for Putin?
The attack of the “Islamic State” in Russia is not convenient for the Kremlin these days.
There is only one choice: Putin's regime's life imprisonment
Why does Putin need elections if he already has full power?
The road to Munich
Some Western politicians are calling for negotiations with Russia. The question is, how long would such a peace last?
The sum of all Dima's and Vova's anxieties
The speeches of Medvedev and Putin illustrate the state of their minds and plans for international politics.
'We cannot afford to marginalize an important media project': Belsat director says
After managing Belsat TV for 17 years, its director and founder was fired.
Comment by the Director of Belsat on the situation with television financing
Polish Ministry of Foreign Affairs wants to allocate only 10.170.000 USD for Belsat.
"Processes" at the prestigious international conference INPUT 2024
The Belsat mini-series will be screened in the USA as one of the world’s most engaging public media productions.
The parliamentary elections have ended in Belarus. Not a single oppositionist candidate participated
Despite the lack of political competition, the Central Electoral Commission reported a high turnout of approximately 72.98%.
Is Russia no longer the main threat to the West?
It is according to the recently presented annual report on global threats.
Berlin. The first episode of the Belsat series received two film awards
“Processes” can be watched in English on YouTube.
The prison murder of Alexei Navalny is an indication of a new chapter in Putin's rule
The blame for the death of the oppositionist falls entirely on Putin.
What purpose does history serve for dictators?
For several years, the official Belarusian historiography has been repeating Russian lies.
Belsat's satirical program has been classified as extremist in Belarus.
It means that sharing and commenting on the content of the program is now punishable.
Belsat versus the massive propaganda machine of Belarus and Russia
Putin and Lukashenka invest billions of USD in propaganda, using the media as a weapon.
"Let's ensure security and stability for Belsat". Open letter to the Polish MFA
170 people signed it.
The YouTube channel of Belsat's Russian-language Vot-Tak project has gained over 1.3 million subscribers
The project, created six years ago, is aimed at Russian-speaking viewers and readers.
I am afraid of the Greeks
Vladimir Putin is ready for dialogue with the West about the war in Ukraine. Is that really the case?