A meeting in favor of the arrested graffiti activists took place in Minsk on August 20.

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April 22, 2016 19:22

Meanwhile, a meeting in favor of the arrested ‘graffiti activists’ took place in Minsk in front of the predetention center on August 20 in the evening. Around 20 people held posters such as “Belarus Must be Belarusian” and alike, says Belapan.com.

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