Astravets district: police show interest to youth activist Yahor Krasnou in connection with Minsk blast
On 9 July two policemen came to the activist of the United Civil Party Yahor Astravetski’s home. As the activist was absent, they asked his mother, A.Vitkouskaya about his whereabouts on 3-4 July and all ten days before it, in connection with the terrorist act in Minsk. They had quite a large list of suspects in their hands.
It is already the second case in Astravets district. On 6 July the police came to the member of the United Civil Party Mikalai Ulasevich and also asked where he had been on 6 July.
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