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Council Decision 2011/666/CFSP of 10 October 2011 amending Decision 2010/639/CFSP concerning restrictive measures against Belarus

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ANNEX IU.K.+E.U.

Persons referred to in Article 2
NamesTranscription of Belarusian spellingTranscription of Russian spellingNames(Belarusian spelling)Names(Russian spelling)Place and date of birthPosition
1.

Kamisarau, Valery Mikalayevich

Komissarov, Valeri Nikolaevich

Камiсараў Валерый МiкалаевiчКомиссаров Валерий НиколаевичJudge of the City Court of Minsk. He dismissed (as chief judge) the appeals against the sentences of political and civil society activists Dmitri Dashkevich, Eduard Lobov, Aleksandr Otroshchenkov, Dmitri Novik, Aleksandr Molchanov. These trials were a clear violation of the Code of Penal Procedure.
2.

Stsiapurka, Uladzimir Mikhailavich

Stepurko, Vladimir Mikhailovich

Сцяпурка Уладзiмiр МiхайлавiчСтепурко Владимир МихайловичJudge of the City Court of Minsk. He dismissed (as chief judge) the appeals against the sentences of political and civil society activists Irina Khalip, Sergei Martselev, Pavel Severinets, Dmitri Bondarenko, Dmitri Doronin, Sergei Kazakov, Vladimir Loban, Vitali Matsukevich, Evgeni Sekret and Oleg Fedorkevich. These trials were a clear violation of the Code of Penal Procedure.
3.

Khrypach, Siarhei Fiodaravich

Khripach, Sergei Fiodorovich

Хрыпач Сяргей ФёдаравiчХрипач Сергей ФедоровичJudge of the City Court of Minsk. He dismissed (as chief judge) the appeals against the sentences of ex presidential candidates Andrei Sannikov, Nikolai Statkevich, Dmitri Uss, Vladimir Nekliaev, political and civil society activists Andrei Dmitriev, Ilia Vasilevich, Fiodor Mirzayanov, Oleg Gnedchik, Vladimir Yeriomenok, Andrei Pozniak, Aleksandr Klaskovski, Aleksandr Kviatkevich, Artiom Gribkov, Dmitri Bulanov and (as associate judge) Dmitri Dashkevich, Eduard Lobov, Aleksandr Otroshchenkov, Dmitri Novik, Aleksandr Molchanov. These trials were a clear violation of the Code of Penal Procedure.
4.

Nazaranka, Vasil Andreyevich

Nazarenko, Vasili Andreevich

Назаранка Васiль АндрэевiчНазаренко Василий АндреевичJudge of the City Court of Minsk. He dismissed (as chief judge) the appeals against the sentences of political and civil society activists Vasili Parfenkov and (as associate judge) Dmitri Dashkevich, Eduard Lobov. These trials were a clear violation of the Code of Penal Procedure.
5.

Kamarouskaya, Volha Paulauna

Komarovskaia, Olga Pavlovna

Камароўская Вольга ПаўлаўнаКомаровская Ольга ПавловнаJudge of the City Court of Minsk. She dismissed (as associate judge) the appeals against the sentences of ex presidential candidate Andrei Sannikov, political and civil society activists Irina Khalip, Sergei Martselev, Pavel Severinets, Aleksandr Otroshchenkov, Dmitri Novik, Aleksandr Molchanov, Ilia Vasilevich, Fiodor Mirzayanov, Oleg Gnedchik, Vladimir Yeriomenok, Dmitri Doronin, Sergei Kazakov, Vladimir Loban, Vitali Matsukevich, Evgeni Sekret and Oleg Fedorkevich. These trials were a clear violation of the Code of Penal Procedure.
6.

Zaitsava, Viktoryia Henadzeuna

Zaitseva, Viktoria Gennadievna

Зайцава Вiкторыя ГенадзеўнаЗайцева Виктория ГеннадьевнаJudge of the City Court of Minsk. She dismissed (as associate judge) the appeals against the sentences of ex presidential candidate Andrei Sannikov, political and civil society activists Ilia Vasilevich, Fiodor Mirzayanov, Oleg Gnedchik amd Vladimir Yeriomenok. The trial was a clear violation of the Code of Penal Procedure.
7.

Unukevich, Tamara Vasileuna

Vnukevich, Tamara Vasilievna

Унукевiч Тамара ВасiлеўнаВнукевич Тамара ВасильевнаJudge of the City Court of Minsk. She dismissed (as associate judge) the appeals against the sentences of political and civil society activists Irina Khalip, Sergei Martselev, Pavel Severinets. The trial was a clear violation of the Code of Penal Procedure.
8.

Krot, Ihar Uladzimiravich

Krot, Igor Vladimirovich

Крот Iгар УладзiмiравiчКрот Игорь ВладимировичJudge of the City Court of Minsk. He dismissed (as associate judge) the appeal against the sentence of the political activist Vasili Parfenkov. The trial was a clear violation of the Code of Penal Procedure.
9.

Khrobastau, Uladzimir Ivanavich

Khrobostov, Vladimir Ivanovich

Хробастаў Уладзiмiр IванавiчХробостов Владимир ИвановичJudge of the City Court of Minsk. He dismissed (as associate judge) the appeal against the sentence of the political activist Vasili Parfenkov. The trial was a clear violation of the Code of Penal Procedure.
10.

Ihnatovich-Mishneva, Liudmila

Ignatovich-Mishneva, Liudmila

Iгнатовiч-Мiшнева ЛюдмiлаИгнатович-Мишнева ЛюдмилаProsecutor of the City Court of Minsk dealing with the dismissal of the appeal against the sentence of Dmitri Dashkevich and Eduard Lobov, activists of the Molodoi Front (Young Front). The trial was a clear violation of the Code of Penal Procedure.
11.

Yarmalitski, Siarhei Uladzimiravich

Ermolitski, Sergei Vladimirovich

(Yermolitski, Sergei Vladimirovich)

Ярмалiцкi Сяргей УладзiмiравiчЕрмолицкий Сергей ВладимировичDirector of the prison camp in Shklov. He is responsible for the inhuman treatment of the detainees and persecution of ex presidential candidate Nikolai Statkevich, who was imprisoned in relation to the 19 December 2010 events, and other inmates.
12.

Kavaliou, Aliaksandr Mikhailavich

Kovalev, Aleksandr Mikhailovich

Кавалёў Аляксандр МiхайлавiчКовалёв Александр МихайловичDirector of the prison camp in Gorki. He is responsible for the inhuman treatment of the detainees, especially for persecution and torturous treatment of civil society activist Dmitri Dashkevich, who was imprisoned in relation to the 19 December 2010 elections and the crackdown on civil society and democratic opposition.
13.

Paluyan, Uladzimir Mikalayevich

Paluyan, Vladimir Nikolaevich

Палуян Уладзiмiр МiкалаевiчПолуян Владимир Николаевич

Village Nekrashevichi of Karelichi district of Hrodna region

1961

Minister of Taxes and Duties. Supervises tax authorities that support the criminal case against Byalyatski using the pretext of tax evasion. Byalyatski was active in defending and providing assistance to those who suffered from repression in relation with the 19 December 2010 elections and the crackdown on civil society and democratic opposition.
14.

Kornau, Uladzimir Uladzimiravich

Kornov, Vladimir Vladimirovich

Корнаў Уладзiмiр УладзiмiравiчКорнов Владимир ВладимировичJudge at the City Court of Minsk who authorised the rejection of Byalyatski's lawyers's appeal. Byalyatski was active in defending and providing assistance to those who suffered from repression in relation with the 19 December 2010 elections and the crackdown on civil society and democratic opposition.
15.

Shastakou Maksim Aleksandrauvich

(Shastakou Maksim Aleksandravich, Shastakou Maxim Aleksandrauvich, Shastakou Maxim Aleksandravich, Shastakou Maxsim Aleksandrauvich, Shastakou Maxsim Aleksandrauvich)

Shestakov, Maksim Aleksandrovich

Шастакоў Максiм АлександравiчШестаков Максим АлександровичProsecutor who presented the case against Byalyatski in the Pervomaiski District Court of Minsk after Byalyatski's application to the court regarding his detention. Byalyatski was active in defending and providing assistance to those who suffered from repression in relation with the 19 December 2010 elections and the crackdown on civil society and democratic opposition.
16.

Herasimovich Volha Ivanavna

(Herasimovich Volha Ivanovna)

Gerasimovich Olga Ivanovna

Герасiмовiч Вольга Иванаўна

(Герасiмовiч Вольга Иваноўна)

Герасимович Ольга ИвановнаProsecutor who presented the case against Byalyatski in the City Court of Minsk after Byalyatski's application to the court regarding his detention. Byalyatski was active in defending and providing assistance to those who suffered from repression in relation with the 19 December 2010 elections and the crackdown on civil society and democratic opposition.

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