Czech Republic offered help to Belarusian runner Kristina Timanovskaya

Belarusian runner Kristina Timanovskaya was offered help from the Czech authorities. As the head of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the republic, Yakub Kulganek, wrote on a Twitter account, together with Prime Minister Andrei Babish and Minister of Internal Affairs Yan Hamacek, it was decided to help the athlete.

Prague can issue Timanovskaya a visa to enter the territory of a European country, so that she can apply for international protection. According to him, the Czech Embassy in Tokyo is also ready to help her.

We remind that earlier it became known about the attempt of the Belarusian authorities to deport Timanovskaya from the Olympic Games in Tokyo. The athlete was expelled from the national team. More details – here.

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