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Belarusian television showed passports of the detained in Minsk Russians

Belarusian state TV channel "Belarus 1" aired (6:00) photos of passports of the detained in Minsk Russians, judging by the picture, some of the detainees are immigrants from Ukraine.

Belarusian media reported, citing an unnamed source in law enforcement bodies that, under the Minsk allegedly detained "32 militants, foreign private company Wagner", another was arrested in the South of the country. All of them, as claimed by the Agency, the Russians. Thus, according to the report, earlier information was received of the arrival in Belarus ", more than 200 militants to destabilize the situation during the election campaign." Embassy of the Russian Federation officially received from the foreign Ministry of Belarus a notice about the arrest of 32 Russians.

The story television was demonstrated in stripes, medallions with the information about blood group, as well as Russian passports detainees, some as the place of birth is Ukraine and the Ukrainian SSR, as well as photographs of detainees, personnel placing them in a paddy wagon.

Also shows the screen of the phone correspondence in the messenger user "group 1", which instructs "everybody stay in a hotel, without the permission or support of the senior group – Mozdok, the Shaman not to leave." It also contains information about the time of dinner, lunch, time and place of attendance. In the story emphasizes that the newcomers behaved "clear and disciplined".

Team member "A" of the KGB, whose voice changed and his face hidden under the mask, said that the operation was carried out in accordance with operational information about the presence of detainees, "the actual experience of participation in local armed conflicts".

"During the detention, separate defendants appealed to the Russian citizenship and to serve in the past in various power departments of Russia as the basis for their involvement to administrative or criminal liability. To these citizens, it was explained that persons who commit crimes on the territory of our state are subject (to involve) of responsibility in accordance with legislation of Belarus," he said. It is emphasized that the detainees were members of the PMC "Wagner".

President of Belarus Alexander Lukashenko a few days ago, speaking to the commandos, said that street protests can "pull" a specially-trained foreigners. According to him, "these are professional soldiers, bandits, which are specially prepared, mainly in the framework of PMCs around the world and earn a lot of money on provocations in those or other States".