Vitsebsk: Mikola Dzemidzenka detained again

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Mikola Dzemidzenka

Mikola Dzemidzenka

Mikola Dzemidzenka, a Young Front leader, came to Vitsebsk to meet with the local youth.

According to a Minsk human rights defender Nasta Loika, Dzemidzenka was detained in a trolleybus. 'Police with rifles got in through the middle entrance. One of them went directly to Mikola and asked whether he had the passport. We got off at a trolleybus stop, the policeman looked through the document and stated that Mikola resembled a criminal, and therefore he would be taken to the police station.'

At present Mr. Dzemidzenka is kept at the Pershamaiski District Police Department of Vitsebsk. He hasn’t been told what criminal he resembled. Instead of it, the police are attentively studying the agitation materials he had brought to Vitsebsk from Minsk.

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