Some students still marched to Kamaroukski market.
At 15:00 a women’s picket began near the Kamarouski market, which after about 30-40 minutes moved towards Victory Square.
At about 4:40 p.m., Belsat journalists Alena Dubovik and Maksim Kalitousky were detained. They broadcast live from the women’s march.
On Saturday, it also was reported that Volha Kavalkova, a representative of the Presidium of the Coordinating Council, was free and already in Warsaw. She gave a press conference where she told how she had left Belarus.
“I was taken out of Belarus like Svyatlana Tsikhanouskaya was taken out earlier,” Kavalkova said. She also promises to return to Belarus soon to continue her political activities.
“When I was behind bars, the authorities came and said that if I did not agree to leave the country with them, my stay behind bars would be very long. They came to my detention center, put on a hood and a mask, and put me in the back seat. I didn’t know which way we were going. We arrived at the Bruzgi checkpoint. I passed passport control, they transported my things across the border. A bus was going to Warsaw and a border guard asked them to pick me up. ”
On Saturday, they also supported Belarusian peaceful protests and those Belarusians who live abroad. They took to the central streets of cities, as well as to the embassies of Belarus. They protested for the release of all political prisoners, the cessation of violence by the security forces and the fair presidential election. So, they went to picket the Belarusian embassy in Vilnius today.
A picket against the actions of the Belarusian authorities took place near the residence of the Belarusian ambassador to Lithuania. People have been trying to call diplomats for talks for four weeks now, and they also want to express solidarity with the Belarusian people protesting in Belarus.
“The response to the collective complaint was outrageous. The ambassador said that the election was of high quality, the commission worked satisfactorily, nobody interfered with anyone, that it was their own fault that people could not vote, ”said Mikhail Prakudzin, one of the organizers of the picket, the organizer of exit polls in Lithuania.
The performance took place in Brussels.
People also protested in Kyiv.
Despite the blockade of the streets, the women still reached Independence Square. See how it happened.
At about 8:10 p.m., Belsat journalists Alena Dubovik and Maksim Kalitouski were released from the local police department. There were protocols filed under Art. 22.9 (illegal production of media), their camera and phones were taken away from them.