If the Swedish court considers Volha guilty, she may face up to 12 years of imprisonment, notes Radio Liberty.

In the meantime, her elder daughter, 11-year-old Miraslava Navumovich, returned to Belarus with her grandmother. 

Klaskouskaya's lawyer Hans Bredberg sticks to the position that Volha did minor knife cuts to her husband Gökay Bezgin as a self-defence.  

It is known that Volha appealed to the police, reporting home violence. Her husband even was in prison under her accusations. The injuries and wounds, caused by him, are recorded in medical documentation.

In the photo: Volha Klaskouskaya's husband Gökay Bezgin, with their son Adem.

 

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