Pavel Vinahradau summonsed to transport police

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Pavel Vinahradau

Pavel Vinahradau

The leader of the "Zmena" Pavel Vinahradau was summoned to transport police by telephone. The activist intends to pay a visit there on 2 August.

A representative of the transport police said the summons concerned some photos in the social networks.

Mr. Vinahradau told Radio “Liberty” he did not know what kind of pictures caused the interest of the transport police.

He doesn't rule out these are the photos of a four-meter white-red-white flag, attached to a train for Minsk.

On 27 July Pavel Vinahradau placed some photos in Facebook and wrote: “Today “Zmena” activists decided to hold an action in honor of the proclamation of the independence of the Belarusian SSR. At a station near Minsk Sea some activists attached a 4-meter-long white-red-white flag
to an electric train. Both the train and the the flag successfully arrived in Minsk."

The silhouettes of the activists were distorted by Photoshop.

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