Bialiatski: “I would never thought that the Pope will be ever concerned about my fate”

In a letter to his relatives, Ales Bialiatski writes about his impressions from the meeting with the papal nuncio.

Recently, Natalia Pinchuk, the wife of Ales Bialiatski, called colony administration in Bobruisk to check whether rumours that her husband was placed in solitary confinement were true:

“The colony did not confirm this information. They said that either  he is in his cell, or at work, but certainly not in solitary confinement. This is good news, but it still must be checked. The last letter that I received from him was delivered yesterday, it was written shortly after a meeting with the papal nuncio, as he writes:

“The papal nuncio made ​​ a great impression on me, he by chance visited us on my birthday. Can you imagine what I felt when he asked me what message I would like him to deliver to the Pope? I would never thought that the Pope will be ever concerned about my fate. “

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