Belarusian nationalism

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Flag of Belarus from 1991 to 1995.

Belarusian nationalism is an ideology that is based on the perceived supreme value of the Belarusian nation and its primacy in the creation of the state. Today there is a certain range of organizations, which is the ideological basis of Belarusian nationalism from moderately conservative (BPF Party, the CCP BPF, etc.), to those considered chauvinistic and xenophobic. Most of the Belarusian nationalists advocate the abolition of the allied relations with Russia, the lifting of the state status of the Russian language, strengthening the independence of Belarus, the adoption of the national flag of white-red-white flag and coat of arms "Pahonia" and the development of the Belarusian national identity.