Vaukavysk activist Vital Huliak fined 1.3 mln over solidarity with Ukraine

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Vital Huliak

Vital Huliak

Vital Huliak, an opposition activist of the town of Vaukavysk, Hrodna region, has been sentenced to a fine of 1.3 mln rubles by the Vaukavysk District Court. He was detained by police on March 13 for staging a picket in support of Ukraine. Vital Huliak came out with a Ukrainian flag and the banner "No to War! Putin Out!" The trial was scheduled for March 14, but was adjourned till the 17th.

Judge Mikalai Talashka of the Vaukavysk District Court ruled to fine the activist and ordered to destroy the materials used in the picket, the national Ukrainian yellow-blue flag and ​​a poster. Vital Huliak is going to appeal against the court’s decision.

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