Belarusian fined thousands of dollars for refusing to sell spare parts to Russian military

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In Belarus, in the Brest region, a local businessman was fined $3,900 for his refusal to sell auto parts to the Russian military. This was reported in the General Prosecutor’s Office of Belarus.

“The 65-year-old businessman was charged with deliberate restriction of the rights of citizens on a national basis. Based on Art. 190 of the Criminal Code of the Republic of Belarus, he was sentenced to a fine in the amount of 3.9 thousand dollars,” the statement of the Prosecutor General’s Office TASS reports.

They added that the entrepreneur is engaged in the sale of automotive parts. In October last year, the accused refused to sell parts for their car to the Russian military.


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