Members of ‘United Poland’ (‘Solidarna Polska’) call for a halt of Paraskevich’s extradition
Polish parliamentarians from ‘United Poland’ (‘Solidarna Polska’), including: Tadeusz Woźniak, Kazimierz Ziobro, Piotr Szeliga and Jarosław Jagiełło issued an appeal to Tomas Haisman, the head of the Department of Asylum and Migration Policy of the Ministry of the Interior of the Czech Republic with regard to Tatiana Paraskevich.
Members of ‘United Poland’ called for the blocking of the extradition of Tatiana Paraskevich to Ukraine. There is a danger that Ukraine will render Paraskevich to the authorities of Kazakhstan, where she would face torture and unfair trial.
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03Stop the extradition of the oppositionist due to the threats of torture, an unfair trial and the illegal interference of Kazakhstan
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21Tatiana Paraskevich was granted international protection, but is still in custody due to the prosecutor’s suspicious persistence
Open Dialog Foundation meeting daughter and mother of Tatiana Paraskevich
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