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Belarus constitutional referendum concerns Italy

This week's referendum in Belarus on amending the country's constitution is "worrying", especially the changes that would end Belarus's neutrality and pave the way for the use of nuclear weapons on its soil, according to Italy's foreign minister Luigi Di Maio

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Draghi, Putin mull Belarus border crisis, energy prices, Ukraine

The migrant crisis on the Poland-Belarus border, soaring energy prices and fears of a possible war between Russia and Ukraine were the focus of phone talks Monday between Italy's premier Mario Draghi and Russia's president Vladimir Putin, according to a statement from Draghi's office.

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Italy: Belarus border deaths 'inconceivable'

Italy's deputy foreign minister Marina Sereni has called for a humanitarian response by the European Union to the plight of thousands of migrants trapped at its borders with Belarus.

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Italy, other G7 states blast Belarus for fomenting migration to EU

Foreign ministers from Italy and the other six G7 members on Thursday issued a strongly worded statement deploring the "orchestration" by Belarus of migration to the European Union in retaliation for the bloc's sanctions against the country's increasingly autocratic government.

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G7 nations condemn Belarus capture of Pratasevich

G7 nations including Italy on Thursday issued a statement deploring the forced diversion by Belarus of a Ryanair flight last week, its grounding in Minsk and the arrest of two of its passengers - opposition journalist Raman Pratasevich and his girlfriend.

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Tsikhanouskaya thanks Italy for support

Exiled Belarus opposition leader Sviatlana Tsikhanouskaya on Thursday thanked Italy for its support after meeting foreign minister Luigi Di Maio at the foreign ministry in Rome.

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'Brutal repression' in Belarus worries Italy

Italy is concerned by the ongoing crackdown in Belarus of pro-democracy protests - now in their third month - since the disputed re-election of president Alexander Lukashenko, who has been in power for 26 years.

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Italy renews call for government, opposition dialogue in Belarus

Italy has renewed a call dialogue between the government, opposition and civil society activists in Belarus, which has seen over three weeks of mass protests since polls last month that officials said re-elected authoritarian president Alexander Lukashenko to a sixth term of office.

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Uphold civil rights, democracy, Italy tells Belarus

Italy on Monday urged respect for civil rights and democracy in Belarus, whose president Alexander Lukashenko is suppressing protestors who accuse him of rigging the country's 4 August election to extend his 26-year rule.

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Italy condemns media crackdown in Belarus

Italy's foreign minster Luigi Di Maio has deplored the deportation from Belarus at the weekend of several foreign journalists and the cancelled accreditation of over a dozen reporters after three weeks of massive protests against the country's authoritarian president.

Violent Belarus crackdown troubles Italy

Italy is concerned at the deadly crackdown in Belarus against pro-democracy protestors following Sunday's disputed re-election of President Alexander Lukashenko concerns Italy, foreign undersecretary Ivan Scalfarotto said in a statement on Thursday.

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Belarus authorities free detained Italian reporter

Freelance Italian journalist Claudio Locatelli has been released from police custody in Belarus after his arrest three days ago he said in a Facebook video posted on Wednesday from the Italian embassy in Minsk.

Belarus arrests alarm Italy

The wave of arrests in Minsk over the past two days and the erosion of key civil rights and fundamental democratic freedoms, including that of the press, are of the deepest concern, Italy's foreign ministry said in a statement on Tuesday.

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