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Poles scream for Belarus

11.06.2021 15:48
Ongoing protests and demonstrations are being staged by Poles against the Belarusian regime amid outrage over the abduction of Belarusian journalist and activist Raman Pratasevitch from an EU civilian plane in Minsk.
Polish actor Bartosz Bielenia screams at the European Parliament in solidarity with Belarusian protestors.
Polish actor Bartosz Bielenia screams at the European Parliament in solidarity with Belarusian protestors. Photo: EPA/JULIEN WARNAND

Polish actor Bartosz Bielenia on Wednesday used an appearance at the European Parliament to stage a protest, screaming 60 seconds into the microphone in solidarity with Belarusians protesting against the continued rule of strongman Alexander Lukashenko and his brutal crackdown on civilians.

“All I can do is give my voice today in solidarity with those who gather every day at 6pm in front of the European Union embassy in Warsaw to shout one minute,” Bielenia said.