Tokyo / 02.08.2021 07:43:19
Poland granted a humanitarian visa to Krystsina Tsimanouskaya, the Belarusian Olympian who said her team tried to force her to leave Japan, the Polish Deputy Foreign Minister said Monday.
Tsimanouskaya “he is already in direct contact with Polish diplomats in Tokyo. You received a humanitarian visa. Poland will do whatever it takes to help her continue her sports career, “he wrote in Twitter Marcin Przydacz.
Poland ???????? is ready to help Kryscina Tsimanouskaya a Belarusian athlete ordered by the Lukashenka regime to return form Olympic Games to Minsk. She was offered a humanitarian visa and is free to pursue her sporting career in Poland if she so chooses.
– Marcin Przydacz (@marcin_przydacz) August 1, 2021
Przydacz stated that Krystsina Tsimanouskaya contacted Poland to help her with her “very difficult” situation and that it was “safe in the territory of our embassy” in Tokyo, the news channel reported. TVN24.
“Poland offers support to Belarusian citizens who for political reasons they want to leave Belarus or they don’t want to go back to Belarus, “he said.
Kryscina Tsimanouskaya a Belarusian athlet is already in direct contact with Polish diplomats in Tokyo. She has received a humanitarian Visa. Poland will do whatever is necessary to help her to continue her sporting career. ???????? always stands for Solidarity.
– Marcin Przydacz (@marcin_przydacz) August 2, 2021
Officials from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs quoted by the Polish press indicated that they expect the athlete to travel to Warsaw this week.