"Graffiti activists" are out of prison
The ‘graffiti activists” have admitted their guilt completely, compensated for the damage and are now free, says Belapan.com. According to the news agency, their case might have taken a different shift since police authorities keep checking all of the web-materials and images posted by the group online. The reason is that “stirring up racial, national and religious hatred” has far more serious consequences than mere vandalism as the case is qualified for the moment.
The Russian side is grateful to Belarus President Alexander Lukashenko for his decision to go to Russia as the visit after the presidential election, Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of Russia to Belarus Alexander Surikov said in an interview with the STV channel, BelTA has learned.
“We are grateful for this decision,” the Ambassador said.