The prominent Czech dissident was denied a visa at the embassy of Belarus.
Former Czech dissident Petruška Šustrová was invited to a meeting in Minsk to commemorate former Czech president Vaclav Havel. The Belarusian embassy in Prague refused to issue her a visa and stamped her passport.
Radio Svaboda learnt it from Ales Lahvinets, a co-organiser of the meeting to commemorate Vaclav Havel scheduled for tomorrow.
Petruška Šustrová is a well-known Czech dissident, journalist and translator. She was charged with treason against the Czech Republic for spreading leaflets against Soviet occupation when she was 21. She was jailed for 2 years.
She is the chairperson of the supervisory board of the Czech-based organisation Civic Belarus. Petruška Šustrová headed the supervisory board after Vaclav Havel’s death.