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Russia expelled Polish historian after lecture on Red Terror
11:43, 27 November 2017
Russia expelled Polish historian after lecture on Red Terror

The historian held a lecture in Memorial, Saint Petersburg on Polish operation of NKVD

11:43, 27 November 2017

Agencja Gazeta

Henryk Glebocki, the historian from Poland was detained in Moscow by FSB and expelled from Russia after his lecture in Saint Petersburg on the Red Terror as Wpolityce reported.

Glebocki was detained on November 24. The notification with a demand to leave Russia was dated November 21. The grounds of the deportation are not reported.

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The historian arrived in Russia on November 14 to continue his research work on Russian-Polish relation during the last 200 years. He held the lectures on November 22-23 in Saint Petersburg on NKVD repressions against the citizens of Poland. The FSB officers detained Glebocki when he returned from Saint Petersburg to Moscow.

Henryk Glebocki works at the Jagiellonian University and he is a worker of the Institute of National Remembrance of Poland (IPN) in Krakow.

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 Russian did not provide the official confirmation of the deportation of Glebocki.

 

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