Anatol Lyabedzka detained in Moscow

Lyabedzka managed to inform the former co-leader of the party “Right Cause” Leonid Gozman about his detention, informs Lyabedzka stopped answering his phone after that.

Belarusian frontier guards expressed an idea that the leader of the United Civil Party had two passports earlier. The old one was confiscated by KGB. They said that the opposition member was using his new passport to go abroad. Frontier guards used the idea to explain how Anatol Lyabyadzka had been able to enter Poland to meet Polish PM Donald Tusk.