The Ukrainian government has restricted the ability of citizens to conduct electronic transactions, so many are cashing in the national currency for bitcoin.
The International Paralympic Committee has also suspended all events in Russia and Belarus until further notice.
The leader of the pro-democracy opposition said she will not stop Belarusians from adopting violent methods of resistance.
The map was shown hours after the presence of Belarusian troops was confirmed in Ukraine.
"We have sympathy for the Ukrainians, perhaps more than other countries," said a Georgian resident. "We've experienced Russia's barbaric aggression on our soil."
The fencing team refused to face off against their Russian opponents after Vladimir Putin ordered an invasion of Ukraine.
The ban is the latest move by the International Olympic Committee in response to the Russian invasion of Ukraine.
The order comes a day after Americans in Russia were advised to leave the country immediately amid a growing list of airspace closures affecting Russian aircraft.
Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko, a close ally of Russia's Vladimir Putin, has allowed Moscow to use Belarus as a staging ground for the invasion of Ukraine.
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"Belarus will renounce its non-nuclear and neutral status, allowing Russia to place nuclear weapons on its territory," they stated.
The Russian leader wants to restore Moscow to a position of great power in Eastern Europe—while dealing NATO a humiliating blow.
Four countries and several airlines have suspended all commercial flight operations amid Russia's invasion of Ukraine.
They haven't condemned Russia's attack on Ukraine—but they largely haven't endorsed it, either.
Video shows Russian troops and military vehicles entering Ukraine from at the crossing between Senkivka, Ukraine, and Veselovka, Belarus.
Despite more than 100,000 Russian troops being stationed at the Western border with Ukraine, Moscow has consistently denied planning an invasion.
Chinese President Xi Jinping and Russian President Vladimir Putin released a joint statement saying there are "no limits" to the two countries' bond.
The announcement of the drills comes as anxieties over a potential Russian invasion of Ukraine escalate.
NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg said NATO is "committed to finding a political solution to the crisis" to try to avoid a Russian invasion of Ukraine.
U.S. President Joe Biden said Russia would face "swift and severe consequences" if the nation "chooses to walk away from diplomacy and attack Ukraine."
The wall is being built to stop migrants pushed from Belarus into Poland in what the European Union has called a "hybrid attack."
Fomin said it would take through Feb. 9 to deploy weapons and personnel for the Allied Resolve 2022 drills, which are expected to take place Feb. 10-20.
The two nations have held similar joint military drills as recently as September, which involved some 200,000 troops and hundreds of military vehicles.
Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko has been accused of jailing his detractors and rigging presidential elections.
Radio Svaboda, the Belarusian outlet for Radio Free Europe, was labeled extremist more than a year after it covered the country's August 2020 election protests.
"Political repression is not just a tool for authoritarian regimes; it is more than that. It is a carefully planned strategy for achieving regime stability," wrote Alfredo Romero of the Woodrow Wilson Center.
Siarhei Tsikhanouski, the husband of Sviatlana Tsikhanouskaya, previously ran against current President Alexander Lukashenko in 2020's elections.
A humanitarian group believes the girl was separated from her parents and went missing on the Polish side of the border.
The ban on western imports is retaliation to what Belarus says is an "illegal external sanctions pressure aimed at undermining the sovereignty of Belarus."
Volha Zalatar was sentenced to serve four years in prison for creating an "extremist organization" when she organized walks and concerts for a local group.