The Russian Embassy received a letter from Minsk expelled the Russians

© RIA Novosti / Ruslan to Krivobokova in fotoballoon view of Victory square in Minsk. Archival photoThe Russian Embassy received a letter from Minsk expelled the Russians© RIA Novosti / Ruslan to Krivobokova the image Bank

Embassy of Russia in Belarus received an appeal being expelled from the Republic of the citizen of the Russian Federation, press Secretary of the opposition Belarusian United civic party Anna Krasulina willing to give it the necessary support, told RIA Novosti on Tuesday the press-Secretary of the Russian Embassy Alexei Moskalev.

Earlier krasulina said that he had received from the Minsk police notification expulsion from Belarus «in the interests of public order.» The decision on expulsion is made for a period of year and is valid from 30 November this year. She clarified that the grounds for expulsion have become information of the Ministry of interior about the three facts of its attraction to administrative responsibility for participation in unauthorized mass events and for unpaid public transport, for which the fines were paid in full. Krasulina said that the two cases already a year has passed since the offense and an administrative penalty is considered to be repaid. Later she was sent to the Russian Embassy in Minsk, the letter in which informed about the situation. Krasulina also stated that he disagreed with the expulsion decision and will appeal it.

«Her appeal to the Embassy was received, employees of the consular service got in touch with her. We consider her as a citizen of the Russian Federation is ready to render all necessary support. We will do everything necessary to make rights of Russian citizen were not violated, including, pay attention to the humanitarian aspect of the situation,» said the spokesman.

He added that, according to available information, krasulina not yet appealed the decision on her expulsion from Belarus. The spokesman stressed that the decision taken by the Belarusian law enforcement bodies the decision should be considered in a legal framework of Belarus.