Yet another activist of the Union of Poles is barred from leaving abroad

2005 2005-11-18T10:00:00+0200 1970-01-01T03:00:00+0300 en The Human Rights Center “Viasna” The Human Rights Center “Viasna”
The Human Rights Center “Viasna”

On 18 November the authorities in Shchuchyn cancelled the stamp in Veslau Kieuliak’s passport, which allows him to go to any country in the world. Mr. Kieuliak is the deputy chair of the Union of Poles of Belarus headed by Anzhalika Borys unrecognized by the authorities.
Mr. Kieuliak came for a regular interrogation regarding the intimidation of Viktar Bohdan, the director of the Shchuchyn-based Polish House. An employee of the Passport and Visa Service, who was in the investigator Andrei Zaloha's office, cancelled the stamp. Vieslau Kieuliak was told that this had been done because he was a suspect in Bohdan’s case.
Another deputy chair of the Union of Poles Iuzaf Pazhetski also came to Shchuchyn for interrogation. He was banned to leave abroad the other day when he was being interrogated by the local police, informed Radio Liberty.

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