Despite the lack of passport, United Civil Party leader Anatol Lyabedzka tonight successfully has crossed the state border and easily appeared in the Russian capital.
"In Moscow, the snow is knee-high, and no smell of spring", the politician wrote in Facebook.
As UDF.BY wrote earlier, on the night of March 28 Anatol Lyabedzka together with the leader of "A Just World" Party Sergei Kalyakin and coordinator of the campaign "European Belarus" Alyaksandr Atroshchankau was removed from the Moscow train in Orsha.
The politicians were accused of disorderly conduct and sentenced to 10 basic units. Meanwhile the oppositionists' passports magically disappeared somewhere. Moreover, from the UCP leader two Belarusian passports were taken away.
"Hello again, Orsha! The station sprinkled with snow . And silence ... In one crater a shell doesn't fall", Lyabedzka write and remarks philosophically. "Nothing venture nothing have".