The politician has spoken about the strategy of further struggle for Kurapaty.
The watch near the Let’s Go Get Some Eats restaurant and entertainment complex, which has been on for four and a half months, will be continued, the co-chairman of the Belarusian Christian Democracy, Pavel Seviarynets, is sure, Radio Racyja reports.
The main purpose of this watch is to warn visitors to the restaurant that a memorial is located very close to it – the burial place of the victims of Stalinist repressions in Kurapaty, and that the restaurant itself was built in violation of the law in the protected zone, which officials later reduced to give a veneer of legality to the entertainment establishment built in such a tragic and sacred place.
– We want to show to anyone who comes to this infamous restaurant that it is not that easy – you come and get some eats here, but that this is an act that will be evaluated from the point of view of morality, and maybe even from the point of view of legislation. This is a very strong psychological factor. Because we tell those who come that their cars’ numbers will be publicly available. This is a public place. Moreover, it is an illegally built restaurant. There are a lot of questions.
Those who do not listen to the warnings can get on the boycott list. The owners and employees of this restaurant, officials and specialists who have art and part in the appearance of the restaurant near the memorial, the most aggressive visitors, including foreigners from Lithuania, Latvia and even Cyprus, have already got on it.
As Pavel Seviarynets says, this list has already been sent to a number of European embassies. “We ask our European colleagues to make a visa ban for these people so that they could not enter the territory of civilized countries, since they demonstrate such disrespect for the Belarusian memory.”