It has been almost two month that Siarhei Aleinik cannot get the approval of the Great Britain’s MFA for his appointment as the Belarusian ambassador to the country.
According to what the director of Belarus Free Theatre Mikalai Khalezin reported to the charter97.org web-site, he found from credible sources that Siarhei Aleinik worked in KGB in the late 80-ies – early 90-ies and he got there after having graduated from Minsk Pedagogic Institute of Foreign Languages.
“This fact is missing from all the official biographies and this would hardly have been public, unless Aleinik’s colleagues had told about what he had been doing at that period. He was appointed the ambassador to Great Britain a month ago, but he has not still taken the position.
It is not hard to guess why it was exactly him who was appointed in London. It is one of the centers of the resistance to the Belarusian dictatorship and, according to the authorities, Belarus should be represented here by a person, who will send reports not to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, but to the service, which deals with political investigation – the Committee for State Security. Apart from that the Great Britain’s status has risen in the eyes of Lukashenka with the presence of a former presidential candidate Andrei Sannikau here”, - Khalezin is sure.