Piatro Sadoŭski

Dr. Piatro Sadoŭski (Belarusian: Пятро Садоўскі, born 1941) is a Belarusian linguist, politician and diplomat.

Piatro Sadoŭski
1st Belarus Ambassador to Germany
In office
June 3, 1992 – October 28, 1994
Preceded bynone
Succeeded byPiotr Bialiayeu
Personal details
Born1941
NationalityBelarusian
Political partyBelarusian Popular Front, Partyja BNF
ProfessionLinguist
AwardsRibbon-BNR 100 Jubilee Medal.png Belarusian Democratic Republic 100th Jubilee Medal

Between 1992 and 1994 Sadoŭski served as first ambassador of independent Belarus to Germany.[1]

Before and after the appointment, Piatro Sadoŭski was a member of the parliament of Belarus from the Belarusian Popular Front.[2]

In 1995, he participated in the hunger strike organized by the opposition parliament members as a protest against the initiation of the Referendum on new state symbols and on the status of the Belarusian language.

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  1. ^ Указ Президиума Верховного Совета Республики Беларусь от 3 июня 1992 г. №1700-XII "О назначении Садовского П.В. Чрезвычайным и Полномочным Послом Республики Беларусь в Федеративной Республике Германия и присвоении ему дипломатического ранга Чрезвычайного и Полномочного Посла"
  2. ^ "Разгон. Успаміны дэпутатаў Вярхоўнага Савета ХІІ склікання. Пётра Садоўскі. Такое не забываецца". Archived from the original on 2010-08-10. Retrieved 2009-11-15.