Anyone can become a hostage when doing business in Belarus

Nadezhda Zelenkova in the kitchen of her Tallinn apartment, where she often likes to sit. Photo: Liis Treimann

By continuing to work in Belarus, foreign companies are risking their employees, and the special tax regime that has made the country almost a European IT capital can now become a tool of repression. Nadezhda Zelenkova, the wife of Alexander and Vassilevich, a businessman and political prisoner and co-owner of one of the country’s largest advertising agencies, told Delovoye Vedomost about this. However, moving to Estonia is difficult for Belarusian companies due to problems with our quota system and bank accounts.

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