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Belarusian journalist and opposition activist Raman Pratasevich was taken into custody at an airport in Minsk after his Lithuania-bound flight was forced to land in Minsk on Sunday. Opposition figures swiftly criticized the move, which they said was a bid by the government of longtime leader Exiled Belarusian opposition leader Sviatlana Tsikhanouskaya described Pratasevich as a "journalist, photographer, blogger and activist ." The Belarus government regards Nexta as "extremist" and has prohibited reposting information from the outlet. Minsk added Pratasevich to a list of "individuals

Belarusian journalist and opposition activist Raman Pratasevich was taken into custody at an airport in Minsk after his Lithuania-bound flight was forced to land in Minsk on Sunday. Opposition figures swiftly criticised the move, which they said was a bid by the government of longtime leader The former Belarus culture minister and diplomat based this claim on “information” that the council had received, but he did not provide further details. An airport spokesperson told Belta that authorities did not find any explosive devices on the plane . An opposition Telegram channel Nexta also reported that

The oppositionelle is called Roman Protassevich and was set according to media after emergency landing at Minsk Airport. Germany demands an immediate explanation.

Die Ryanair-Maschine nach ihrer Landung auf dem Flughafen von Minsk © Getty Images / AFP The Ryanair machine according to its landing at the airport of Minsk

Roman Protassevich was on a flight between the EU member states Greece and Lithuania. In a forced intermediate landing in Minsk he was arrested. As the official news agency Belta reported, a Belarusian fighting jet had risen and had intercepted the passenger machine via Belarusian territory and forced to land in the capital Minsk.

President Alexander Lukashenko itself has arranged this, with the justification, there had been a message about explosive substances on board. The Belarusian Presidency confirmed that a MIG-29 combat aircraft had risen to intercept the aircraft with the oppositional on board. Airport spokesman announced in state media that the pilots of the passenger machine were asked for the landing permit. There is no opinion of the airline Ryanair yet.

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The Belarus version of events has been met with widespread disbelief and condemnation among the international community, despite an elaborate show of fire trucks when the plane landed, as well as extensive baggage checks. Nothing untoward was found, according to Ryanair. It's unclear whether the European Union will take up the incident with the International Civil Aviation Organization, the body entrusted with regulating the world's skies. The ICAO told CNN Sunday that "for the time being this represents a bilateral matter between the specific countries involved.

Whether diverting a Ryanair plane to arrest opposition activist and journalist Raman Pratasevich in May, attempting to bundle Tsimanouskaya onto a plane to Minsk, or extraditing several high-profile opponents from Moscow, the message to the opposition is clear: you are not safe anywhere.Who is Others have been less fortunate. Alexander Feduta, a former spokesman to Lukashenko, and lawyer Youras Ziankovich, a US citizen, were seized by members of the Russian FSB and Belarusian KGB in Moscow in April and secretly driven across the border into Belarus . They were charged with plotting a

Die Maschine hatte Litauen fast erreicht, bevor sie in Minsk zwischenlanden musste © Flightradar24.com The machine had almost achieved Lithuania before she had to be in Minsk intermediate

as reported as the opposition channel Nexta reported, the aircraft was checked after emergency landing. No explosives was found. Subsequently, "all passengers have been sent to another security check". Under them, Protasksevich were also found. "He was arrested."

Protasksevich's message channel on the Messaging service Telegram is one of the most important sources of information of the opposition. After the mass protests against Lukashenko last year, the 26-year-old had been advertised for search.

Bei Protesten in Minsk im Jahr 2017 war Roman Protassewitsch (M.) von Spezialeinsatzkräften festgesetzt worden (Archivbild) © Sergei Grits / AP Photo / Picture Alliance For protests in Minsk In 2017, Roman Protassevetsch (M.) had been set by special thousand forces (archive image)

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 The Belarus Forces a plane to land to stop an opponent Belarus-political /: Belarus force an airplane to land for an opponent Moscow, May 23 (Reuters) - Belarus forced Sunday, by order of President Alexander Loukachenko, a plane from Ryanair carrying an opponent to land in Minsk, report the Belarusian Press Agency Belta, the authorities and defenders of human rights.

Belarusian law enforcers took activist Roman Protasevich, 26 from the plane and detained him. He was placed on a wanted list after street protests last year following a presidential election in which Lukashenko was declared the winner but opponents complained of electoral fraud. She said Belarus intelligence services knew who was onboard the plane , which was forced to land with the help of MIG-29 fighter jet. Protasevich had lived in Vilnius since November, she said. A Lithuanian airport authority spokeswoman told Reuters the plane , scheduled to land in Vilnius earlier on Sunday, was now

Belarusian law enforcers took activist Roman Protasevich, 26 from the plane and detained him. He was placed on a wanted list after street protests last year following a presidential election in which Lukashenko was declared the winner but opponents complained of electoral fraud. Lithuanian presidential adviser Asta Skaisgiryte said the operation to force-land the plane carrying around 170 people from 12 countries seemed to be pre-planned. She said Belarus intelligence services knew who was onboard the plane , which was forced to land with the help of MIG-29 fighter jet.

The opposition leader Swetlana Tichanowskaya also appealed to the adjacent opposition leader Swetlana Tichanowskaya. The government of Belarus had "enforced" the landing of the machine with Protasksevich on board, she wrote on Twitter. Belarus has set the safety of passengers and civil aviation for the arrest. Protasksevich now draw the death penalty in his home country.

Unprecedented Event! A Civilian Passenger Plane Flying to Vilnius What Forcibly Landed in #minsk . Belarusian Political Activist & Founder of @Nexta_en What on the plane. He is arrested. ????????? Regime is Behind The Dependent Action. I Demand To Free Roman Protasevič Urgently!

- Gitanas Nausėda (@gitanasnauseda) May 23, 2021

The Lithuanian President Gitanas Nauseda protested against the forced intermediate landing and Protasksevich's arrest. "This is an unprecedented incident (...) The regime of Belarus is behind this vile action," he wrote on Twitter. Nauseda demanded the allies of Lithuania in the EU and NATO to practical reactions.

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Why would Lukashenko go to such great lengths to arrest an activist ? On Sunday, authorities in Belarus forced a Ryanair plane to land in the capital, Minsk, citing a bomb threat. When it became clear that the aircraft was being diverted, one passenger's reaction stood out. A young man grabbed his head in panic. Once the plane landed, passengers left the plane and their belongings were checked. Security forces approached the man. He felt calmer but was still trembling. Shortly before they took him away in an unknown direction, he told people who were around: "A death penalty awaits me here."

The German Federal Government requires an official opinion of Belarus. The State Secretary in the Foreign Office, Miguel Berger, wrote on Twitter, an "immediate explanation" was necessary.

WE Need at Immediate Explanation by The Government of #Belarus on the Diversion of a Ryan Air Flight Within the EU to Minsk And The Alleged Detention of a Journalist.

- Miguel Berger (@miguelbergeraa) May 23, 2021

Lukashenko rules Belarus since 1994. Last year, he had violently reflected mass protests against his official re-election in August. According to human rights, the authorities have met about 35,000 people since then. According to authorities, more than 1000 judicial proceedings were opened against protest participants.

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