Belarusian Citizenship

Belarusian citizenship is membership in the political community of the Republic of Belarus. Belarusian citizens hold citizenship in the Union State of Russia and Belarus.

Belarusian citizenship is acquired and terminated in accordance with the Citizenship Act of the Republic of Belarus (2002), as well as international treaties to which Belarus is a party (Treaty with Ukraine (1999), Treaty with Kazakhstan (1998), Treaty between Russia, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan and Belarus (1999).

Only a person who is a Belarusian citizen by birth can be the President of the Republic of Belarus.

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