Tikhanovskaya, Latushko Sent Audio Leaked By Ex Enforcers To UN, EU, U.S. And Russia

Ex-presidential candidate Svetlana Tikhanovskaya and Head of the People’s Anti-Crisis Administration Pavel Latushko reacted to a shocking audio recording with a voice similar to the ex-head of the GUBOPiK [the Main Directorate for combating organized crime and corruption], and now the Deputy Minister of Internal Affairs – Commander of the Internal Troops Nikolai Karpenkov. The politicians promised to submit it to international structures, as well as to the authorities of Russia and the U.S.

In her video address, Svetlana Tikhanovskaya said that her team sent the recording published by the BYPOL initiative to the U.S. Congress, OSCE, Council of Europe and all international partners. She recalled that her team had previously called on the EU to recognize the GUBOPiK and OMON as terrorist organizations.

“Karpenkov has already become a suspect in a criminal case under universal jurisdiction, which threatens him with an international wanted list. He is already on the sanctions lists of the Baltic countries. We will not let the world forget about what is happening in Belarus right now,” said Tikhanovskaya.

Pavel Latushko

According to Pavel Latushko, this record proves that everything happening in the country is “on the orders of Lukashenko and with his knowledge”. He notes that “security forces are allowed to maim and kill the protesters,” and points out that the audio contains a confession that “Alexander Taraikovsky was shot by security forces.”

“They commit crimes against the Belarusian people and humanity. They do it deliberately and are not shy about it when they are in the circle of their own kind. The record, which was at the disposal of BYPOL, will be transferred to the UN Security Council, EU Council, OSCE, Council of Europe, and separately to the official authorities of Russia and the U.S.

We will raise the issue of recognizing Lukashenko’s regime as a terrorist. We once again appeal to international institutions about the importance of creating an international criminal tribunal for Belarus. How can we put up with a criminal, military regime in our country?”

Source: TUT.BY