"I had a personal conflict with only one person, and it was quite tense. Especially in recent days ... I do not know if this situation is a continuation of this conflict, but I thought that it is possible in principle. The only time I told how I will fly, it was in a working chat for 40 minutes, in which this person is," the journalist said.
According to him, this ally was associated with the so-called "cyber guerrillas", who previously engaged in pseudo-domination in Belarus.
"I am sure that he had, one way or another, connections with the "cyber partisans", who were still engaged in cybermines, and almost all over the country and en masse," Roman Pratasevich said.
As it was reported, on May 23, the founder of the largest opposition telegram channel of Belarus NEXTA, journalist Roman Protasevich, was detained in Minsk. The plane with Roman Protasevich on board flew from Athens to Vilnius. Suddenly, the plane gave a distress signal, changed course, and made an emergency landing at the Minsk National Airport. The emergency landing was caused by a mining signal.
President of Belarus Alexander Lukashenko claimed that Roman Protasevich, the founder of the NEXTA Telegram channel detained in Minsk, allegedly took part in the war in Donbas.
In Belarus, the journalist was served charges. He was put on the international wanted and list and he was included on the list of people involved in the terrorist activity. Earlier, the Belarusian activities filed the request to Poland on his extradition.
A new video of the interrogation of Roman Pratasevich, the founder of the opposition Telegram channel Nexta, was presented to the public in Belarus. Footage of Protasevich's testimony was published by the Belarusian ONT TV channel in Telegram.