Dashkevich, Dzemidzenka and Kuryianovich are summonsed to police

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Zmitser Dashkevich, Mikola Dzemidzenka and Pavel Kuryianovich were called to the police department.

On Wednesday, Pavel Kuryianovich got a call from the criminal investigation office of the Savetski district police department and was invited to appear there at 1.00 p.m., mfront.net writes.

A police officer, who didn’t introduce himself, also said that Zmitser Dashkevich and Mikola Dzemidzenka should go to the police department together with Kuryianovich.

‘The policeman didn’t say a reason of the visit, but it may be connected with a complaint at beating on February 14 that we had filed to the Savetski district police department. In any case, we won’t go to police without a writ,’ Pavel Kuryianovich said.

Bear in mind that peaceful youth demonstrations were brutally dispersed in Minsk on 14-16 February. Zmitser Dashkevich and Mikola Dzemidzenka were beaten among others.

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