Public activist Tatsyana Hatsura-Yavorskaya released from jail

Tatsyana Hatsura-Yavorskaya. Photo: Barys Haretski / Facebook

Public activist Tatsyana Hatsura-Yavorskaya was recently released from Minsk detention center #1 after 10 days in custody, reports Euroradio. Her preventive measure was changed, as there was no need to keep her behind bars.

She was not charged.

Tatsyana is one of the organizers of the exhibition “Machine is breathing, and I am not”. On April 5, a few days after the exhibition closed, she was detained and her home was searched.

Two tragedies: an exhibition dedicated to the work of medical professionals in 2020 was opened. In the Minsk space “Mesta” opened the project “Machine is breathing, and I am not”. March 29, 2021. photo: TK / Belsat

On April 15, it was reported that Tatsyana’s husband Uladzimir Yavorski was going to be deported from Belarus for 10 years. After this information, he left Belarus for Ukraine.