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Thursday, January 18, 2018

Scandal in Belarus: Minsk NOD in the “annexed” to Russia


The national liberation movement (NLM) headed by the Deputy of the State Duma Yevgeny Fyodorov, held a rally with a portrait of Vladimir Putin and a map of Russia, but which Belarus was a part of it. This caused a scandal among the Belarusian opposition, burdened by the fact that local security forces did not interfere with the movement of Russian activists.


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The rally, which was attended by 7 cars, was held in Minsk on the night of Tuesday. In particular, the run involved a truck that says “Big Russia. Procession. The sovereign veil” and a portrait of Vladimir Putin in naval uniform. Thus, according to the participants, in Minsk they were incognito.

Belarusian blogger Igor moosie (“RB brain”) said that actually in the center of Minsk took place the calls for of the occupation of Belarus, which, however, did not cause the attention of the local traffic police.

“Just try, — he wrote, — attach a small tag with the emblem “Pursuit” to the window and take a ride around the centre of Minsk. Cases were people have been stopped and ticketed just instantly”. (“The chase” — a symbol of the Belarusian opposition and the country’s coat of arms in the early 90-ies, from which she declined in power, Alexander Lukashenko, returning Soviet style.)

It should be noted here that the Minsk diocese of the Belarusian Orthodox Church refused to grant Nadawca the room for the prayer service as “avoid those who do not recognize the independence” of Belarus.

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