Counsel finally allowed to meet with Andrei Haidukou at the KGB prison
February the counsel met with Andrei Haidukou who is charged with
state treachery in the form of intelligence activities.
According to Andrei's mother, Volha Haidukova, it lasted several hours and was the first one since his transfer to the KGB pre-trial prison in Minsk.
"The counsel visited him at 10 a.m. and talked to him up to the evening – this was the first time we were lucky enough. Of course, nobody has told me any details. My son keeps and looks well as usual. He said he was healthy. It was the first time they talked after a long break. I think they talked about the things I have no idea of. Most probably, the both of them had some questions. The counsel is Andrei's only connection with the outer world, that's why it is good that they managed to meet."
The investigation into Andrei Haidukou's case was extended for another month.
The 23-year-old worker of "Naftan" was detained on 8 November 2012 in Vitsebsk. The KGB alleges the detention was conducted why he was making a hiding place with some political and economical information which could be interesting for foreign intelligence services.
On the other hand, Andrei Haidukou doesn't take the blame and warned his mother about the possible fabrication of the case against him in his earlier letters.