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Police detain head of association of Poles in Belarus

23.03.2021 23:38
The head of an association of Poles in Belarus has been detained by police.
Andżelika Borys, pictured in 2018.
Andżelika Borys, pictured in 2018. Photo: PAP/Paweł Supernak

Andżelika Borys was held in the city of Grodno in western Belarus, close to the border with Poland, on Tuesday afternoon, Polish state news agency PAP reported.

Polish Deputy Foreign Minister Marcin Przydacz wrote on Twitter that a Polish consul in Grodno was contacting the local authorities "in order to clarify the circumstances of the detention and to establish contact" with Borys.

The association of Poles which Borys heads is not recognized by the Belarusian authorities but is nevertheless active, according to the PAP news agency.


Source: PAP