The Russian Embassy has passed the appeal of the Belarusian political prisoners' relatives to Russia' President Dmitry Medvedev. The advisor of the Russian Embassy in Belarus Vadzim Huseu has informed BelaPAN about this.
"The letter was passed to the Ambassador yesterday and sent to Moscow to the addressee on that very day"", — he said.
Russia's Ambassador to Belarus Aliaksandr Surykau met with the wives of Aliaksej Mikhalevich, Dzmitry Bandarenka and Mikalaj Statkevich, and they passed the appeal on February 10.
The political prisoners' relatives ask Dmitry Medvedev "to do everything that is possible to bring the Belarusian authorities, which started this repressive mill against thousands of people in Belarus, to reason".
The letter has been signed by Ala Sannikava, Volha Bandarenka, Uladzimir Khalip, Luciana Bialzatskaya, Darya Korsak (Atroshchankava), Nadzeya Radzina, Uliana Kobets, Uladzimir Palazhanka, Maryna Adamovich (Statkevich's wife), Milana and Alena Mikhalevich, Zoya Yaumenava, Maryna Fiaduta.
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