Belarusian opposition leader Tsepkalo creates fund in Ukraine to help his affected fellow citizens

Source : 112 Ukraine

The Fund for Assistance to Belarusians was created in Ukraine, since a visa is not required here, as, for example, in Lithuania
10:35, 15 August 2020

Valery Tsepkalo, Belarus
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The Belarusian oppositionist, ex-candidate for the presidency of Belarus, Valery Tsepkalo, announced the creation in Ukraine of a fund to help his fellow citizens who suffered from repression. Tsepkalo said this in an interview with Interfax-Ukraine.

According to the politician, within the framework of the National Salvation Front of Belarus, which he announced a few days ago, he and his associates will consolidate efforts with the Belarusian diaspora in Russia, Ukraine, Poland, Latvia and Lithuania. In this regard, a fund has been created in Ukraine to help citizens who have suffered from the actions of the current government in Belarus.

“First, we created a fund in Ukraine to help those who suffered from the regime, those who acted according to their conscience - teachers, for example, in the commissions at those polling stations where they showed true voting figures. We have already made an announcement, some American money,” Tsepkalo noted.

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The Fund for Assistance was created in Ukraine, since a visa is not required here, as, for example, in Lithuania.

In addition, financial assistance will be provided to those who were beaten or arrested during the protests in Belarus.

The third area of ​​activity of the Belarusian opposition will be to support the Belarusian riot police, who walked with shields together with the people and who will either be fired or write a letter of resignation themselves.

According to Tsepkalo, he traveled to the Belarusian diaspora, she is ready to help: in the Russian Federation, and in Ukraine, in Poland, in Germany, and in the USA.

One of the directions of the National Salvation Front's work will also be the formation of the Board of National Shame. This will include those members of the election commissions who falsified the elections - their names, families, who they are, if any, passport numbers. For these people will be required to impose an entry ban. In this regard, Tsepkalo drew an analogy with the site "Myrotvorets", which was created in Ukraine.

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