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Poland admits new group of Belarusian dissidents

06.12.2021 14:30
Poland last week admitted a group of 86 Belarusian opposition activists, who had been persecuted in their home country, the Border Guard agency has announced.
Poland last week admitted a group of 86 Belarusian opposition activists, who had been persecuted in their home country.
Poland last week admitted a group of 86 Belarusian opposition activists, who had been persecuted in their home country.PAP/Jakub Kaczmarczyk

Of the 86 arrivals, 64 dissidents received humanitarian visas and the remaining 22 activists applied for international protection, Border Guard’s spokeswoman Anna Michalska said, Polish Radio reported on Friday.

Overall, since mid-August 2020, Poland has provided assistance to 21,000 Belarusian citizens who had faced persecution at home, officials said. 

The Belarusian regime's brutal crackdown on opposition activists has followed autocratic leader Alexander Lukashenko’s widely discredited re-election in August last year. 

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Source: polskieradio24.pl