French Prosecutors are Asked to Arrest Kuleshov

Telegraf.by on January 19, 2012 released the following:

“French lawyers appealed to Interpol at the request of the Belarusian opposition to find out whether the Minister of Internal Affairs of Belarus, Anatoli Kuleshov, was still in Lyon. However, they received no reply. In this regard, January 19, they made a complaint to the prosecutor’s office in Paris against the head of the Interior Ministry of Belarus, asking to initiate an investigation and detain the official, if he’s still in France.

According to Zara Coombs, the head of the movement Free Belarus Now, it’s still unknown whether a warrant for the arrest of Anatoli Kuleshov has been issued by the French law enforcement agencies, reports “ERB.”

In their request, the lawyers refer to the report of the British firm McCue & Partners LLP, which prepared a document last year with the charges against Alexander Lukashenko, head of the Ministry of Internal Affairs Anatoli Kuleshov and KGB Chairman Vadim Zaitsev of the torturing ex-presidential candidates Sannikov, Niakliaeu and Michalevic. The document is allegedly supported by the facts.

According to the document, it provides a “proof of the crimes under universal jurisdiction, giving the basis to legally pursue Lukashenko and his associates, particularly, for torture and hostage-taking.”

As Telegraf previously reported, the French embassy informed that the French visa had been issued to the Belarusian Minister, banned in the European Union, for legitimate reasons.”

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