"В Беларуси разрешили использовать WiFi на безлицензионной основе" CompTek, 25 April 2006, in Russian: Belarus' State Committee on Radio Frequencies has issued a decree for the secondary use of 2400 - 2483.5 Mhz by WLANs inside buildings, offices and factories without a license, with no governmental coordination, no spectrum use fee, and no right to provide services to others for financial gain, so long as the radiated power is 100 mW or less, and the devices use an integral antenna that is not outdoors. All wireless broadband access equipment must be registered with the Public Prosecutor's office, except for transceivers integrated into laptops and fax modems with integrated antennas.
Apparently, that decree replaced State Commission for Radio Frequencies Decision No. 38 (16 July 1998), which expired on 1 January 2006, and SCRF Decision No. 15 which came into effect on 6 January 2006.
During a press conference on 3 March 2006, deputy Ministry of Communications and Informatization Nikolai Strukov explained the current policy on WiFi licensing. According to e-Belarus' reporter Mikhail Doroshevich, he said "local Wi-Fi networks in offices and at homes do not require any licensing. However 'outer' WiFi networks [i.e., outdoor networks not for self-use] should be 'approved by the Ministry'..."
"Belarusian president signs the Law on telecommunications," (Президент Беларуси подписал закон об электросвязи) by Mikhail Doroshevich, e-Belarus, 5 August 2005 in English: signed on 2 August, "the new Law introduces centralized state control of radiofrequencies spectrum and numbering, as well as fees for use of radiofrequencies... It is expected that the new legislative framework will stimulate redistribution of frequencies... The Law will join into force in ten days after it is officially published."
"ПРАВОВАЯ ОСНОВА ИСПОЛЬЗОВАНИЯ РАДИООБОРУДОВАНИЯ ДИАПАЗОНА 2,4 ГГЦ" [Lawful Basis for the Use of Radio Equipment in the 2.4 GHz Band], NTQ Atlas, 2003, in Russian: GKRCH Resolution No. 38 ("Об использовании полосы радиочастот 2400-2483,5 МГц для локальных радиосетей передачи данных" - "On the use of radio-frequency band 2400-2483,5 MHz by local radio networks for the transmission of data," 16 July 1998) authorizes unlicensed RLANs to use spread spectrum modulation on a secondary basis with radiated power of 100 mW or less. Radio LANs with EIRP between -10 dBw and +15 dcBw can use DSSS in this band with approved equipment, "special permission" from the Ministry of Defense, and a license from the Ministry of Communication. (Other sources indicate that these rights did not extend to the provision of Internet access via public "hotspots.")