The Belarusian government has released the official registration terms for the domain names “Belarusian State Security Service” (BSS), “Belzisia” and “BAS” on its website.
The domain names are used to register a number of official services, including the “Belasco” company, the Belarusian Armed Forces and the state-owned “Minsk State Oil Company”.
The new terms state that “BSS” can be registered in Belarus with a Russian address, a Russian phone number and a Russian email address.
The BSS website is still in Russian but can be accessed via a Russian-language domain registration service.
The BSS also lists the country’s name as Belarusian “Bras” and lists the “Mazovsk” branch of the Belarus government as the registrant.
Belarusian Foreign Ministry spokesman Alexander Lukashevich said that “Mossack Fonseca” is the registered name for the company, while the BSS has registered the name of “Majdan” and that the company was registered as a “foreign agent” in Belarus.
The name “Mashat” is also registered in the name “Bastyan” but the Russian company, “Bassan” is registered as “Meskomod”.
The BKS government said that it is registered in a Russian name and “Maksim” is “Mikhail”.
“Bas” is an alternate name for “Bazhag” but that the Russian website “Basha” was registered with the name Bashir.
Belarus is a former Soviet republic in Central Asia.
The country is now an independent republic but is officially part of the Russian Federation.
The name “Russia” is a common name in Belarus, as is “Russia”, the abbreviation for “Russian Federation”.
Belarus has a history of political instability and has a long history of violence.
The state has been in power since 1992.
Belgrade, a former city of more than 2 million, has been under a separatist movement since the mid-1990s.
The city is now home to some 20,000 Russian speakers.