ID: SR on Human Rights in Belarus - 21st Meeting, 51st Regular Session of Human Rights Council
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Presentation of oral update by OHCHR on the situation of human rights in Belarus in the run-up to the 2020 presidential election and in the aftermath, followed by a country concerned statement and an interactive discussion.
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Interactive dialogue, mandated in resolution 49/26, on an interim oral update of the High Commissioner on the situation of human rights in Belarus in the run-up to the 2020 presidential election and in its aftermath - Item 4: Human rights situations that require the Council's attention SPEAKERS:
  • Ms. Nada Al-Nashif, Acting High Commissioner for Human Rights (Introduction)
  • Belarus (Country Concerned), Ms. Larysa Belskaya
  • H.E. Mr. Urmas Reinsalu, Minister of Foreign Affairs of Estonia (on behalf of a group of countries)
  • Luxembourg (on behalf of a group of countries), Mr. Marc Bichler
  • European Union, Ms. Lotte Knudsen
  • Finland, Ms. Kirsti Kauppi
  • Liechtenstein, Mr. Kurt Jäger
  • Lithuania, Mr. Darius Staniulis
  • Norway, Ms. Tine Mørch Smith
  • Switzerland, Ms. Barbara Fontana
  • France, Ms. Emmanuelle Lachaussée
  • Democratic People's Republic of Korea, Mr. Han Tae Song
  • Ireland, Mr. Eamonn Eoin Mac Aodha
  • Germany, Mr. Florian Hildebrandt
  • Australia, Ms. Amanda Gorely
  • Cuba, Mr. Juan Antonio Quintanilla Román
  • Austria, Mr. Christoph Wieland
  • Venezuela (Bolivarian Republic of), Mr. Héctor Constant Rosales
  • Malta, Mr. Christopher Grima
  • Russian Federation, Mr. Gennady Gatilov
  • China, Ms. Li Weiwei
  • Syrian Arab Republic, Ms. Reem Jabr
  • Czech Republic, Mr. Václav Bálek
  • Iceland, Mr. Einar Gunnarsson
  • Estonia, Ms. Katrin Saarsalu-Layachi
  • United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, Mr. Simon Manley
  • Romania, Mr. Răzvan-Victor Rusu
  • Denmark, Mr. Erik Brøgger Rasmussen
  • Republic of Moldova, Ms. Ilinca Paladi
  • Slovakia, Mr. Dušan Matulay
  • Poland, Mr. Zbigniew Czech
  • Bulgaria, Mr. Yuri Borissov Sterk
  • Sweden, Mr. Fredrik Nivaeus
  • Malawi, Ms. Rose Nayeja
  • Albania, Ms. Ravesa Lleshi
  • Latvia, Ms.  Dace Cildermane
  • Sri Lanka, Mr. C. A. Chandraprema
  • Zimbabwe, Mr. Charles Chishiri
  • Turkmenistan, Mr. Dovletmyrat Torayev
  • Iran (Islamic Republic of), Mr. Hamid Ahmadi
  • Azerbaijan, Mr. Kamal Hasanli
  • Kazakhstan, Mr. Arsen Omarov
  • Lebanon, Mr. Nabil Ferzli
  • Nicaragua, Ms. Rosalia Concepción Bohorquez Palacios
  • Lao People's Democratic Republic, Mr. Latsamy Keomany
  • Cambodia, Mr. Sopheaktradaravitou Kang
  • Ukraine, Ms. Yevheniia Filipenko
  • Tadjikiatan, Mr. Jamshed Khamidov
  • Human Rights House Foundation, Mr. Matthew Jones
  • Conscience and Peace Tax International (CPTI), Mr. Derek Brett
  • International Bar Association (Joint Statement), Ms. Francesca Restifo
  • Right Livelihood Award Foundation, Ms. Fédora Bernard
  • International Federation for Human Rights Leagues, Ms. Manon Karatas
  • Advocates for Human Rights, Ms. Tatiana Stryzheuskaya
  • World Organisation Against Torture, Ms. Stella Anastasia
  • International Commission of Jurists, Ms. Andra Nicolescu
  • Ms. Nada Al-Nashif, Acting High Commissioner for Human Rights (Final Remarks)