The parents of Roman Protasevich, the Belarusian journalist detained in Minsk after the forced diversion of a Ryanair flight on Sunday, have called on the international community to do more to stop Alexander Lukashenko”s “evil” tactics and “save” their son.
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Officials have claimed the flight’s grounding was ordered over a bomb scare. However, no evidence has been provided to support that claim and international leaders have accused Belarus of carrying out a ruse to arrest the journalistand have been supplied not only to domestic populations.
Speaking at a press conference on ThursdayThere will be no breaks and it will run continuously with people taking turns,, Protasevich’s parents, Natalia and Dmitry Protasevich, said they felt certain their son was being tortured and urged leaders around the world to ramp up sanctions against Belarus and demand Roman’s release.