Russian journalists were detained together with Malady Front activists in Minsk

2010 2010-12-19T11:46:06+0200 1970-01-01T03:00:00+0300 en
The detention took place in an apartment in Minsk, when law-enforcement officials were carrying out 'passport controls'. The police took Malady Front activists Zmicier Yasevich, Veranika Veligor and Russian journalists Dmitry Ivanov and Maxim Petrov who work for National Control magazine. reports Police Major Buloichyk was in charge of the operation. When at the police station, their passport details were copied.

The Belarusians and Russians were later released, Euroradio has learned.