VIDEO SHOWS: BELARUSIAN ARCHITECTURE STUDENT SPEAKING ABOUT MOVING AFTER 2020’s PROTESTS TO POLAND

GDANSK, POLAND (MAY 27, 2022)

1-2. ARCIEMIJ WORKING IN AN ICECREAM SHOP
3-5. ARCIEMIJ SPEAKING ABOUT RELATIONS WITH UKRAINIANS AFTER THE WAR AS A BELARUSIAN
(SOUNDBITE) “There wasn’t a problem that iam Belarusian here in Poland before the war, but after i started receiving messeges that Belarusians’ are doing wrong to Ukraians. At first i thought they were joking, because i am a refugee, who cannot go back to my country and i tried everything i can so that Lukashenka wouldn’t be the President anymore”
6.(SOUNDBITE) “they think we should go protest or something, but we know it doesn’t work like that anymore and if you go protest, next day you go to jail”

7.ARCIEMIJ TELLING HIS STORY HOW HE ENDED UP IN POLAND
8-10. ARCIEMIJ TELLING STORY ON PROTESTS HE PARTICIPATED WITH OTHER STUDENTS
11-12. HOW HE CAME TO POLAND
13-16. WORK IN POLAND IN FOUNDATIONS FOR BELARUSIANS TO HELP OTHERS
16.(SOUNDBITE) “I know there are many Ukrainians helping now during the war”
17-18. (SOUNDBITE) “But also many Belarusians, who helped Belarusians before. Now many foundations work to help Ukrainians. It’s great because we can understand when you need to leave. We understand they need to leave for some time, i think i also left only for some time but when the war will finish they will be able to come back, but we need to wait a liitle more.”
19.(SOUDBITE) “I understand after these year and a half, that we all need to want the change, not just a few people”
20.(SOUNDBITE) “I know that i have not so many friends now in Belarus, some left to Lithuania, Poland, Greece and so on. And who’s left say they want to leave because they don’t see any future for themselves there or their work and .. it’s awfull”.

VIDEO SHOWS: REFUGEES CROSSING THE BORDER CROSSING;

VYSNE NEMECKE, SLOVAKIA (MARCH 11, 2022)

VARIOUS OF PEOPLE AT VYSNE NEMECKE BORDER CROSSING

VARIOUS OF PEOPLE GATHERED NEAR TENTS

WOMAN LOOKING ON

PEOPLE INCLUDING CHILDREN WALKING

VARIOUS OF PEOPLE STANDING NEXT TO BUSES

CHILD LOOKING THROUGH GATE, PEOPLE IN QUEUE

PEOPLE STANDING, WALKING NEXT TO BUSES

PERSON BOARDING BUS\

VIDEO SHOWS: LGBTQ+ RIGHTS MARCH; POLICE STAND GUARD; CHRISTIANS PRAYING; PRESIDENT OF GDANSK;

GDANSK, POLAND (MAY 28, 2022)

1-6.REWELLERS MARCHING
7-9.POLICE
10.(SOUNDBITE) “I don’t care how many times you said something bad about me. I just want my rights okay? Bitches!”
11-16.REWELLERS MARCHING
17-22.CHRISTIANS PRAYING
23-26.REWELLERS MARCHING
27.POLICE AT THE FRONT AND
28.PRESIDENT OF GDANSK HOLDING A BANNER MARCHING
29-32.REWELLERS MARCHING
33-34.REWELLERS MARCHING NEAR SHIPYARD IN GDANSK
35-39.REWELLERS MARCHING

VIDEO SHOWS: FUEL PRICES; LOTOS RAFINERY; WIND POWER PLANTS; HEAT AND POWERPLAND

GDANSK, POLAND (MAY 26, 2022)

1-2.FUEL PRICES ON LOTOS GAS STATION;
3.MAIN ROAD MIDDAY
4-5. FUEL PRICES AND RE-FUELING THE BP STATION;
6.ORLEN FUEL PRICES AT THE STATION
7.TRAFFIC BY THE LOTOS RAFINERY
8-13. LOTOS RAFINERY
14-16. WIND POWER PLANT
17-19. HEAT AND POWER PLANT IN GDANSK

VIDEO SHOWS: RUGBY GAME BETWEEN OGNIWO SOPOT AND JUVENIA KRAKÓW; WARMUP; REACTIONS; PRESIDENT OF SOPOT;

SHOWS:

SOPOT, POLAND (MAY 28, 2022)

1.CHILDREN PLAYING ON THE GROUNDS BEFORE THE GAME
2.JUVENIA WARMUP
3.OGNIWO WARMUP
4.OGNIWO BATTLE CRY
5,6, 7, 8.OGNIWO WARMUP
9.COMMENTATOR READING THE NAMES OF THE PLAYERS
10.OGNIWO IN ACTION
11.SCRUM
12.OGNIWO TRAINER
13.REACTIONS
14, 15.FIRST AIDER ATTENDS TO A PLAYER
16.LINE-OUT
17.PRESIDENT OF SOPOT (top blue coat) WATCHES THE GAME

People take part in a march marking the 101st anniversary of Polish independence in Warsaw, Poland November 11, 2019. REUTERS/Kamil Jasinski