Hrodna: KGB Attaches Property of Activist of Union of Poles in Belarus
Workers of the State Security Committee (KGB) have distrained the property of Hrodna activist of the Union of Poles in Belarus Andrzei Lisouski. Now the fate of his property is to be decided by the court. As we have informed, Lisouski had been charged with drugs trafficking. The illicit drugs were found in his car in the end of October, when he was on his way from Vilnius to Belarus with the chairperson of the UPB Anzhalika Borys.
The leadership of the UPB states that the drugs were planted by Belarusian secret services, and demands to release Polish activists. In line with Belarusian legislation Lisouski faces from 3 to 7 years of imprisonment.