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Pavlo Gryb crossed Belarusian border on August 24, - Belarusian border guards
17:28, 31 August 2017
Pavlo Gryb crossed Belarusian border on August 24, - Belarusian border guards

The 19-year-old Ukrainian is still missing; searches continue, father fears he could be captured by Russian FSB

17:28, 31 August 2017

Igor Gryb Facebook

Belarusian authorities have confirmed that the missing Pavlo Gryb, 19-year-old Ukrainian, crossed the country’s border on August 24. Anton Bychkovskiy, the official spokesman of Belarusian State Border Committee reported that as quoted by BelTA, the state-run news agency.

‘The citizen actually crossed the state border of the Republic of Belarus via Novaya Guta checkpoint on August 24; no law infringements were reported’, he said.

Previously, the Belarusian government did not confirm whether the Ukrainian crossed the border; Ukrainian foreign ministry sent their Belarusian counterparts a protest note due to the incident.

Earlier, officer of the Border Guard Service of Ukraine Igor Gryb published at Facebook that his son 19-years old Pavlo Gryb got lost in Belarus on August 24. His son went to Gomel to meet a girl with whom he got acquainted and communicated in the social networks.

He supposed that 'the Russian FSB lured out Pavlo to Gomel under the pretense of the meeting with a girl and then detained him'.

Igor Gryb noted that his son has the permanent disability and he should take maintenance medications and the absence of them will lead to the permanent consequences.

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