A protest march in memory of activist Raman Bandarenka, who died after being beaten by security officials, will take place in Belarus today, November 15. Belarusian opposition leader Sviatlana Tsikhanouskaya announced this on her Telegram page.
"I will support anyone who marches today. After all, this is not an ordinary march, this is a march in memory of Raman Bandarenka. The march is not only for our freedom but also for our lives. And since we have to fight for that all together, take care of yourself and colleagues - do not forget to wear a mask, " the oppositionist stated.
At the same time, on Sunday, November 15, armored vehicles and security forces were brought to Minsk. Also, a number of streets were blocked in the city center. It is reported by Tut.by.
Thus, residents of the capital of Belarus recorded paddy wagons and buses with special police detachment on the city streets.
As we reported earlier, on November 12, in the evening, protester Raman Bandarenka, detained by the security forces at Square of Change in Minsk, died.
The European Union, in its turn, told about readiness to impose additional sanctions on Belarusian officials.