The return of 32 Russian citizens arrested in Belarus

On the evening of the 14th local time, the Russian General Prosecutor’s office announced that 32 Russian citizens previously detained by Belarus had returned to Russia, and another one was still cooperating in the investigation in Belarus because of his dual nationality of Russia and Belarus. < / P > < p > according to sources, the transfer process is in accordance with relevant international and local laws. Russian prosecutors will continue to investigate the matter. Earlier, Russian media reported that on the 12th, several tu-134 airliners belonging to the Russian air force took off from Moscow and successively arrived at the airport near Minsk, the capital of Belarus, and then returned to Moscow from Minsk. These Russian citizens may return by Russian military aircraft. On the 9th of this month, President Alexander Lukashenko of Belarus disclosed to the outside world that he had reached an agreement with Russian President Vladimir Putin, and the leaders of the two countries decided to settle the arrest of Russian citizens in the outskirts of Minsk. On 29 July, 33 Russian citizens were arrested by the Belarusian security services. The Russian side said that the 33 were mercenaries of Russian private military companies and were sent to Belarus to incite riots, which the Russian side denied. Skip to content

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