KGB opens file on Andrei Bandarenka
Andrei Bandarenka, head of the Platforma human rights group, has been taken to the KGB central office to be informed that he is now registered as a reported delinquent and may face foreign travel restrictions under President Lukashenka’s recent Decree No. 295, www.belaruspartisan.org reports, quoting the human rights defender’s associates.
Andrei Bandarenka was detained after two KGB agents told him he should sign a number of papers.
However, he was not allowed making copies of the KGB’s decision. Platforma leaders say they are going to apply for issuing an official copy.