Internet access in Minsk partially restored

By | August 12, 2020
Internet access in Minsk partially restored

Search engines, as well as some messengers and social networks, have started to open in the capital of Belarus.
At about 7 a.m. in Minsk, Belarus, messengers and social networks – Telegram, Viber, WhatsApp, Twitter, Instagram, as well as search engines from Google and Yandex – began to open again. This is reported by the Belarusian portal TUT. BY on Wednesday, August 12.

Access to online taxi orders has also been restored. Foreign sites, at least some readers, also work without problems.

In addition, other services have been launched through the mobile Internet. Also, without the use of VPN and Proxy run videos on YouTube, downloaded emails in Gmail.

Still open TUT. BY and Onliner are not yet available to all users.

On August 9, problems with the Internet began in Belarus. The largest Belarusian Internet operator Beltelecom said about “problems with external channels.”

Later it became known that the websites of news agencies and the CEC fell in Belarus. In addition to BelTA and BelaPAN, the news portal, which announced the DDoS attack on the site the day before, is not available.

In his turn, Lukashenko said that the Internet in Belarus is blocked “from abroad.” Alexander Lukashenko denies that the Internet in the country is being shut down at the initiative of the authorities, – says “someone is not?”

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