Freedom Day (Belarusian: Дзень Волі) is an unofficial holiday in Belarus, which is celebrated on March 25 to commemorate the declaration of independence by the Belarusian Democratic Republic on that date in 1918. The day has been celebrated as the Independence Day of Belarus by the Belarusian independence movement since the early 1920s. The day has been widely celebrated by the Belarusian diaspora.

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  • Freedom Day (Belarusian: Дзень Волі) is an unofficial holiday in Belarus, which is celebrated on March 25 to commemorate the declaration of independence by the Belarusian Democratic Republic on that date in 1918. The day has been celebrated as the Independence Day of Belarus by the Belarusian independence movement since the early 1920s. The day has been widely celebrated by the Belarusian diaspora. In the United States, governors and US presidents, including Dwight Eisenhower Ronald Reagan, George H. W. Bush, Bill Clinton, have traditionally issued official greetings to the Belarusian American community on the occasion of March 25. In today's Belarus, people and groups largely opposed to the current Belarusian government under president Alexander Lukashenko celebrate the holiday. The government does not recognize it for the stated reason that the Belarusian Democratic Republic was created by the Germans, who were occupying Belarus in 1918. Celebrations of the holiday are an annual occasion for anti-government protests. (en)
  • Freedom Day (Belarusian: Дзень Волі) is an unofficial holiday in Belarus, which is celebrated on March 25 to commemorate the declaration of independence by the Belarusian Democratic Republic on that date in 1918. It is also known as the 25-aha sakavika day. The day has been celebrated as the Independence Day of Belarus by the Belarusian independence movement since the early 1920s. The day has been widely celebrated by the Belarusian diaspora. In the United States, governors and US presidents, including Dwight Eisenhower Ronald Reagan, George H. W. Bush, Bill Clinton, have traditionally issued official greetings to the Belarusian American community on the occasion of March 25. In the Lukashenko's Belarus, people and groups largely opposed to the current Belarusian government under president Alexander Lukashenko celebrate the holiday. The government does not recognize it for the stated reason that the Belarusian Democratic Republic was created by the Germans, who were occupying Belarus in 1918. Celebrations of the holiday are an annual occasion for anti-government protests. In 2020 Belarusian musician Zmitser Vajtsjushkevich created a song commemorated to the day and named as 25aha sakavika. (en)
  • Freedom Day (Belarusian: Дзень Волі, Dzen Voli) is an unofficial holiday in Belarus, which is celebrated on March 25 to commemorate the declaration of independence by the Belarusian Democratic Republic on that date in 1918. It is also known as the 25-aha sakavika day. The day has been celebrated as the Independence Day of Belarus by the Belarusian independence movement since the early 1920s. The day has been widely celebrated by the Belarusian diaspora. In the United States, governors and US presidents, including Dwight Eisenhower Ronald Reagan, George H. W. Bush, Bill Clinton, have traditionally issued official greetings to the Belarusian American community on the occasion of March 25. In the Lukashenko's Belarus, people and groups largely opposed to the current Belarusian government under president Alexander Lukashenko celebrate the holiday. The government does not recognize it for the stated reason that the Belarusian Democratic Republic was created by the Germans, who were occupying Belarus in 1918. Celebrations of the holiday are an annual occasion for anti-government protests. In 2020 Belarusian musician Zmitser Vajtsjushkevich created a song commemorated to the day and named as 25aha sakavika. (en)
  • Freedom Day (Belarusian: Дзень Волі, Dzen Voli) is an unofficial holiday in Belarus, which is celebrated on March 25 to commemorate the declaration of independence by the Belarusian Democratic Republic on that date in 1918. It is also known as the 25-aha sakavika day. The day has been celebrated as the Independence Day of Belarus by the Belarusian independence movement since the early 1920s. The day has been widely celebrated by the Belarusian diaspora. In the United States, governors and US presidents, including Dwight Eisenhower Ronald Reagan, George H. W. Bush, Bill Clinton, have traditionally issued official greetings to the Belarusian American community on the occasion of March 25. In the Lukashenko's Belarus, people and groups largely opposed to the current Belarusian government under president Alexander Lukashenko celebrate the holiday. The government does not recognize it for the stated reason that the Belarusian Democratic Republic was created by the Germans, who were occupying Belarus in 1918. Celebrations of the holiday are an annual occasion for anti-government protests. In 2020 Belarusian musician Źmicier Vajciuškievič created a song commemorated to the day and named as 25aha sakavika. (en)
  • Freedom Day (Belarusian: Дзень Волі, Dzen Voli) is an unofficial holiday in Belarus, which is celebrated on March 25 to commemorate the declaration of independence by the Belarusian Democratic Republic on that date in 1918. It is also known as the 25-aha sakavika day. The day has been celebrated as the Independence Day of Belarus by the Belarusian independence movement since the early 1920s. The day has been widely celebrated by the Belarusian diaspora. In the United States, governors and US presidents, including Dwight Eisenhower, Ronald Reagan, George H. W. Bush, Bill Clinton, have traditionally issued official greetings to the Belarusian American community on the occasion of March 25. In the Lukashenko's Belarus, people and groups largely opposed to the current Belarusian government under president Alexander Lukashenko celebrate the holiday. The government does not recognize it for the stated reason that the Belarusian Democratic Republic was created by the Germans, who were occupying Belarus in 1918. Celebrations of the holiday are an annual occasion for anti-government protests. In 2020 Belarusian musician Źmicier Vajciuškievič created a song commemorated to the day and named as 25aha sakavika. (en)
  • Freedom Day (Belarusian: Дзень Волі, Dzen Voli) is an unofficial holiday in Belarus, which is celebrated on 25 March to commemorate the declaration of independence by the Belarusian Democratic Republic on that date in 1918. It is also known as the 25-aha sakavika day. The day has been celebrated as the Independence Day of Belarus by the Belarusian independence movement since the early 1920s. The day has been widely celebrated by the Belarusian diaspora. In the United States, governors and US presidents, including Dwight Eisenhower, Ronald Reagan, George H. W. Bush and Bill Clinton, have traditionally issued official greetings to the Belarusian American community on 25 March. In Belarus, people and groups opposed to the current Belarusian government under president Alexander Lukashenko celebrate the holiday. The government does not recognize it for the stated reason that the Belarusian Democratic Republic was created by the Germans, who were occupying Belarus in 1918. Celebrations of the holiday are an annual occasion for anti-government protests. In 2020 Belarusian musician Źmicier Vajciuškievič created a song commemorated to the day and named as 25aha sakavika. (en)
  • Freedom Day (Belarusian: Дзень Волі, Dzen Voli) is an unofficial holiday in Belarus, which is celebrated on 25 March to commemorate the declaration of independence by the Belarusian Democratic Republic on that date in 1918. It is also known as the 25-aha sakavika day. The day has been celebrated as the Independence Day of Belarus by the Belarusian independence movement since the early 1920s. The day is widely celebrated by the Belarusian diaspora. In the United States, governors and US presidents, including Dwight Eisenhower, Ronald Reagan, George H. W. Bush and Bill Clinton, have traditionally issued official greetings to the Belarusian American community on 25 March. In Belarus, people and groups opposed to the current Belarusian government under President Alexander Lukashenko celebrate the holiday. The government does not recognize it for the stated reason that the Belarusian Democratic Republic was created by the Germans, who were occupying Belarus in 1918. Celebrations of the holiday are an annual occasion for anti-government protests. In 2020 Belarusian musician Źmicier Vajciuškievič created a song commemorated to the day and named as 25aha sakavika. (en)
  • Freedom Day (Belarusian: Дзень Волі, Dzen Voli) is an unofficial holiday in Belarus celebrated on 25 March to commemorate the declaration of independence by the Belarusian Democratic Republic on that date in 1918. It is also known as the 25-aha sakavika day. Freedom Day has been celebrated as the Independence Day of Belarus by the Belarusian independence movement since the early 1920s. It is widely celebrated by the Belarusian diaspora. In the United States, governors and US presidents, including Dwight Eisenhower, Ronald Reagan, George H. W. Bush and Bill Clinton, have traditionally issued official greetings to the Belarusian American community on 25 March. The Belarusian opposition to the dictatorial regime of Alexander Lukashenko celebrates Freedom Day annually. The protests in Belarus are regularly accompanied by mass detention and torture of the protesters. The government does not recognize Freedom Day claiming that the Belarusian Democratic Republic was created by the Germans, which occupied Belarus in 1918. In 2020, Belarusian musician Źmicier Vajciuškievič created a song commemorated to the day and named it 25aha sakavika. (en)
  • Freedom Day (Belarusian: Дзень Волі, Dzień Voli) is an unofficial holiday in Belarus celebrated on 25 March to commemorate the declaration of independence by the Belarusian Democratic Republic on that date in 1918. It is also known as the 25-aha sakavika day. Freedom Day has been celebrated as the Independence Day of Belarus by the Belarusian independence movement since the early 1920s. It is widely celebrated by the Belarusian diaspora. In the United States, governors and US presidents, including Dwight Eisenhower, Ronald Reagan, George H. W. Bush and Bill Clinton, have traditionally issued official greetings to the Belarusian American community on 25 March. The Belarusian opposition to the dictatorial regime of Alexander Lukashenko celebrates Freedom Day annually. The protests in Belarus are regularly accompanied by mass detention and torture of the protesters. The government does not recognize Freedom Day claiming that the Belarusian Democratic Republic was created by the Germans, which occupied Belarus in 1918. In 2020, Belarusian musician Źmicier Vajciuškievič created a song commemorated to the day and named it 25aha sakavika. (en)
  • Freedom Day (Belarusian: Дзень Волі, Dzień Voli) is an unofficial holiday in Belarus celebrated on 25 March to commemorate the declaration of independence by the Belarusian Democratic Republic on that date in 1918. It is also known as the 25-aha sakavika (Belarusian: 25-ага сакавіка, March 25th) day. Freedom Day has been celebrated as the Independence Day of Belarus by the Belarusian independence movement since the early 1920s. It is widely celebrated by the Belarusian diaspora. In the United States, governors and US presidents, including Dwight Eisenhower, Ronald Reagan, George H. W. Bush and Bill Clinton, have traditionally issued official greetings to the Belarusian American community on 25 March. The Belarusian opposition to the dictatorial regime of Alexander Lukashenko celebrates Freedom Day annually. The protests in Belarus are regularly accompanied by mass detention and torture of the protesters. The government does not recognize Freedom Day claiming that the Belarusian Democratic Republic was created by the Germans, which occupied Belarus in 1918 and with Lukashenko describing it as a "dismal page in our history". However, since the 2018 event which marked the centenary of the BDR, the authorities have somewhat rolled back some the crackdowns and criticism - in 2018 authorities granted a permission to organize a ceremony and concert in Minsk with 11,000 attendants, and in 2019 events in Minsk and the regions took place without large-scale repression. In 2020, Belarusian musician created a song commemorated to the day and named it 25aha sakavika. (en)
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  • Freedom Day (Belarusian: Дзень Волі) is an unofficial holiday in Belarus, which is celebrated on March 25 to commemorate the declaration of independence by the Belarusian Democratic Republic on that date in 1918. The day has been celebrated as the Independence Day of Belarus by the Belarusian independence movement since the early 1920s. The day has been widely celebrated by the Belarusian diaspora. (en)
  • Freedom Day (Belarusian: Дзень Волі) is an unofficial holiday in Belarus, which is celebrated on March 25 to commemorate the declaration of independence by the Belarusian Democratic Republic on that date in 1918. It is also known as the 25-aha sakavika day. The day has been celebrated as the Independence Day of Belarus by the Belarusian independence movement since the early 1920s. The day has been widely celebrated by the Belarusian diaspora. In 2020 Belarusian musician Zmitser Vajtsjushkevich created a song commemorated to the day and named as 25aha sakavika. (en)
  • Freedom Day (Belarusian: Дзень Волі, Dzen Voli) is an unofficial holiday in Belarus, which is celebrated on March 25 to commemorate the declaration of independence by the Belarusian Democratic Republic on that date in 1918. It is also known as the 25-aha sakavika day. The day has been celebrated as the Independence Day of Belarus by the Belarusian independence movement since the early 1920s. The day has been widely celebrated by the Belarusian diaspora. In 2020 Belarusian musician Zmitser Vajtsjushkevich created a song commemorated to the day and named as 25aha sakavika. (en)
  • Freedom Day (Belarusian: Дзень Волі, Dzen Voli) is an unofficial holiday in Belarus, which is celebrated on March 25 to commemorate the declaration of independence by the Belarusian Democratic Republic on that date in 1918. It is also known as the 25-aha sakavika day. The day has been celebrated as the Independence Day of Belarus by the Belarusian independence movement since the early 1920s. The day has been widely celebrated by the Belarusian diaspora. In 2020 Belarusian musician Źmicier Vajciuškievič created a song commemorated to the day and named as 25aha sakavika. (en)
  • Freedom Day (Belarusian: Дзень Волі, Dzen Voli) is an unofficial holiday in Belarus, which is celebrated on 25 March to commemorate the declaration of independence by the Belarusian Democratic Republic on that date in 1918. It is also known as the 25-aha sakavika day. The day has been celebrated as the Independence Day of Belarus by the Belarusian independence movement since the early 1920s. The day has been widely celebrated by the Belarusian diaspora. In 2020 Belarusian musician Źmicier Vajciuškievič created a song commemorated to the day and named as 25aha sakavika. (en)
  • Freedom Day (Belarusian: Дзень Волі, Dzen Voli) is an unofficial holiday in Belarus, which is celebrated on 25 March to commemorate the declaration of independence by the Belarusian Democratic Republic on that date in 1918. It is also known as the 25-aha sakavika day. The day has been celebrated as the Independence Day of Belarus by the Belarusian independence movement since the early 1920s. The day is widely celebrated by the Belarusian diaspora. In 2020 Belarusian musician Źmicier Vajciuškievič created a song commemorated to the day and named as 25aha sakavika. (en)
  • Freedom Day (Belarusian: Дзень Волі, Dzen Voli) is an unofficial holiday in Belarus celebrated on 25 March to commemorate the declaration of independence by the Belarusian Democratic Republic on that date in 1918. It is also known as the 25-aha sakavika day. Freedom Day has been celebrated as the Independence Day of Belarus by the Belarusian independence movement since the early 1920s. It is widely celebrated by the Belarusian diaspora. In 2020, Belarusian musician Źmicier Vajciuškievič created a song commemorated to the day and named it 25aha sakavika. (en)
  • Freedom Day (Belarusian: Дзень Волі, Dzień Voli) is an unofficial holiday in Belarus celebrated on 25 March to commemorate the declaration of independence by the Belarusian Democratic Republic on that date in 1918. It is also known as the 25-aha sakavika day. Freedom Day has been celebrated as the Independence Day of Belarus by the Belarusian independence movement since the early 1920s. It is widely celebrated by the Belarusian diaspora. In 2020, Belarusian musician Źmicier Vajciuškievič created a song commemorated to the day and named it 25aha sakavika. (en)
  • Freedom Day (Belarusian: Дзень Волі, Dzień Voli) is an unofficial holiday in Belarus celebrated on 25 March to commemorate the declaration of independence by the Belarusian Democratic Republic on that date in 1918. It is also known as the 25-aha sakavika (Belarusian: 25-ага сакавіка, March 25th) day. Freedom Day has been celebrated as the Independence Day of Belarus by the Belarusian independence movement since the early 1920s. It is widely celebrated by the Belarusian diaspora. In 2020, Belarusian musician created a song commemorated to the day and named it 25aha sakavika. (en)
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