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In Belarus fined for refusing to sell spare parts to the Russian army


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Minsk, February 20 – A court in Belarus has fined a local businessman for refusing to sell auto parts to Russian soldiers, according to the website of the republic’s prosecutor’s office.
It is noteworthy that a 65-year-old man was accused of deliberately restricting the rights of citizens on a patriotic basis.

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“According to the case file … an individual entrepreneur engaged in the retail trade of auto parts, on October 20, 2022, at a commercial facility, refused to purchase spare parts for a car for military personnel from among citizens of the Russian Federation,” the report explains.
It says that the ruling has not entered into legal force and can be appealed and protested upon appeal.

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