Brest democratic activist Palina Sharenda-Panasiuk interrogated by KGB

2011 2011-01-20T12:20:20+0200 1970-01-01T03:00:00+0300 en

Brest activist of the democratic forces Palina Sharenda-Panasiuk has been interrogated by the KGB on January 19. 

She has informed to BelaPAN that a KGB investigator called her in the morning on January 19 and said that she or her husband Andrej Sharenda could come up to the KGB office in the afternoon and get back their belongings, previously confiscated during the search on January 10.

"When I came to the KGB office, they asked me questions as a witness upon the criminal case on the mass disturbances in Minsk. I answered to all the questions that I would give testimony only to the International Tribunal for investigation of crimes committed by Lukashenka's regime",- said the activist. 

According to Palina Sharenda-Panasiuk, the KGB representatives returned part of the property confiscated during the search in their apartment: a photo-camera and her mobile phone. However, they did not return the laptop, the white-red-white flag and the CD with Jury Khashchavatski's movie "Square". 

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