Have you ever dreamt of living in a European country where traditional values are respected and even protected by the law? Where marriage is only a union between one man and one woman. Think about Belarus!
Zmicier Chviedaruk, CNE.news
Job Title: Columnist for CNE.news from Belarus
Zmicier Chviedaruk was born in Minsk, Belarus, in 1988. He is member of a Reformed baptist church in that city. But he studies with the neighbours in Kyiv, at the Evangelical-Reformed Seminary of Ukraine (ERSU). Zmicier is married with Anna and together, they raise a cat. He has authored the book “Reformation at all costs” about the history of the Reformed Church in Belarus in the 16th century. He likes reading, and listening to old-school rock from 80-90’s and plays in amateur football team “Libertas”.
Orthodox activists are starting a strange campaign in Belarus, writes columnist Zmicier Chvedaruk. “These activists are saying that other cultures are violent and shouldn’t exist at all.”
All Belarusian schools held an official day of Belarusian People's Unity on September 15. But Zmicier Chviedaruk feels some happiness that Belarusians are still divided.