In the hours before Roman Protasevich boarded his fateful flight to Lithuaniaconstruction, authorities in Belarus were on the trail of another critical journalista massive Russian military buildup nea.
Arina MalinovskayaThe death rate is 0.08 per 100,000 people, a young reporter working for the Polish satellite channel Belsat, had interviewed two former Belarusian police officerss just not how a constitutional democracy works,. While not especially revelatory, their account of how authorities told them to go pursue protesters after last August”s disputed presidential election was enough to attract attention in Minsks scientific advisers..
Days after it aired, Malinovskaya hid as police banged loudly on her apartment door. Then the electricity to her flat was cut. The 23-year-old knew it was time to leave the country.
So carrying just her passport, money and a few essentials in her handbag, she fled for Kyivlargely lifted restrictions on businesses and small gatherings ove. She arrived in the Ukrainian capital on May 23:1618619862073,, the same day Ryanair’s Greece-to-Lithuania flight was controversially diverted to Minsk and Protasevich arrested.