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  • Ministry of Information blocks Plan B media

    Recently, Belarusian authorities labelled this site's content as extremist.

    Present­ly, MTS inter­net provider does not pro­vide access to the site.

    «How­ev­er, oth­er providers are expect­ed to fol­low suit soon. The Belaru­sian bureau­cra­cy is known for being slow, yet goal-ori­ent­ed,» stat­ed the site’s edi­to­r­i­al board.

    This award is the sec­ond time the Belaru­sian state has recog­nised the medi­a’s qual­i­ty with­in one week.

    The edi­tors stat­ed, «We now know for cer­tain that we are doing the right thing, and we will keep report­ing the truth about what is hap­pen­ing in the coun­try.»

    Plan B is a media out­let that cov­ers pol­i­tics, econ­o­my, and the life of Belaru­sians on both sides of the bor­der. Vol­ha Loi­ka, who was pre­vi­ous­ly the edi­tor-in-chief of the TUT.BY polit­i­cal and eco­nom­ic sec­tion, is now the edi­tor-in-chief of this media out­let.

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