Belarusians of Poland stage march ahead of anniversary of fraudulent 9 August 2020 election

March of Solidarity in Warsaw. 8 August 2021. Photo: Belsat

On August 8, Belarusians living in Poland held a solidarity march in Warsaw on the eve of the anniversary of the 2020 presidential election.

The participants marched from Centrum metro station to the building of the Belarusian embassy in the Polish capital city on Wiertnicza Street. On their way, the column made a stop at the embassies of the United States and the Russian Federation. It took them about 3.5 hours to cover the 10-kilometre distance from the centre of Warsaw to the embassy.

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Opposition politician and former Belarusian diplomat Pavel Latushka made a speech at the event; the head of the People’s Anti-Crisis Administration commented on the current situation in Belarus and called on the protesters not to give up.

March of Solidarity in Warsaw. 8 August 2021. Photo: Belsat
March of Solidarity in Warsaw. 8 August 2021. Photo: Belsat
March of Solidarity in Warsaw. 8 August 2021. Photo: Belsat
March of Solidarity in Warsaw. 8 August 2021. Photo: Belsat
March of Solidarity in Warsaw. 8 August 2021. Photo: Belsat
March of Solidarity in Warsaw. 8 August 2021. Photo: Belsat
March of Solidarity in Warsaw. 8 August 2021. Photo: Belsat
March of Solidarity in Warsaw. 8 August 2021. Photo: Belsat
March of Solidarity in Warsaw. 8 August 2021. Photo: Belsat
March of Solidarity in Warsaw. 8 August 2021. Photo: Belsat
March of Solidarity in Warsaw. 8 August 2021. Photo: Belsat
March of Solidarity in Warsaw. 8 August 2021. Photo: Belsat
March of Solidarity in Warsaw. 8 August 2021. Photo: Belsat
March of Solidarity in Warsaw. 8 August 2021. Photo: Belsat
March of Solidarity in Warsaw. 8 August 2021. Photo: Belsat

A column of Belarusians and their supporters in Białystok:

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