– Tsikhanouskaya's office presented the strategy of victory of Belarusians. It provides an opportunity for different political forces and all Belarusians to unite and coordinate their efforts. You can read the strategy here.
– Tsikhanouskaya's adviser Alexander Dobrovolsky revealed the details of the strategy and negotiations in an interview with Radio Svaboda: “Negotiations can be conducted not with Lukashenka, but with a group of officials who will take responsibility for the country.”
– Tsikhanouskaya held meetings with leaders of political parties, representatives of the Coordination Council, and Pavel Latushka and Valery Tsepkalo. At the meeting, they discussed joint campaigns, including a Digital Referendum, a program of assistance for political prisoners, communication with government officials, and possible street demonstrations.
– Valery Kavaleuski, Head of the Cabinet of Representatives of Tsikhanouskaya, told about the preparation of the fourth package of sanctions: “The introduction of new sanctions is a matter of weeks, not months. Sanctions are being imposed against Lukashenka's “purses”, which will reduce spending on law enforcement agencies.
– Education Representative Olga Shparaga stated that 16 universities offer programs for Belarusian students affected by repression.
– Sviatlana Tsikhanouskaya supported the actions of solidarity with doctors, which came under repression, and action in memory of Raman Bandarenka.
– Volunteers of the Office of Tsikhanouskaya sent letters to political prisoners. Svetlana held a meeting with the European Parliament members, where she called for support and patronage over the prisoners.
– Advisor Franak Viačorka answered the most frequent questions from the telegram bot of the Office of Tsikhanouskaya @AskOffice_Bot. He spoke in more detail about the strategy of victory, assistance to the repressed Belarusians, and why the strategy's deadline is in May.
– Tsikhanouskaya spoke in the parliaments of Italy and Ukraine, where she called for support of political prisoners, help the repressed, and expand sanctions against Lukashenka's accomplices. Tsikhanouskaya was invited to Rome and Kyiv.
– Tsikhanouskaya's team held a series of meetings with OSCE, the German and Lithuanian governments. Results of the meetings: Germany will issue visas to the repressed and injured, support independent media, trade unions, as well as athletes who have been affected by the regime.
– Valery Kavaleuski addressed the civil servants: “It is in the interest of each of us to restore security in Belarus. Write us to firstname.lastname@example.org and send us information that will bring us closer to new elections.”
– Sviatlana Tsikhanouskaya's office, in partnership with the diaspora and other initiatives, summed up the Day of Solidarity. More than 12,000 people from 103 countries around the world attended the event. The top supporting countries are Russia, the USA, Poland, Germany and the United Kingdom. The most unexpected marks on the solidarity map are from Nicaragua, Bahrain, Vietnam. Solidarity rallies with Belarus were held in more than 80 cities globally.
– Sviatlana Tsikhanouskaya's office continues to answer your questions through the bot @AskOffice_Bot. The Department of External Relations works directly with grassroots movements.14 February 2021 в 15:20