Myroslava Gongadze, VOA's Eastern Europe Bureau Chief, is in Vilnius, Lithuania, where Belarusian opposition leaders in exile gathered to work together for the future -- as they call it -- of a new Belarus. On the second anniversary of the protest movement, elected opposition leader Sviatlana Tsikhanouskaya, announced the formation of a New United Transitional Cabinet as the central executive body of a Belarusian democratic movement. They say their priorities are focused on mobilizing international support for a free Belarus, helping Ukraine stop Russian aggression, organizing underground resistance and information campaigns to counter Russian propaganda, releasing all political prisoners and supporting free and fair elections.
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