Lisa Nandy MP: Roman Protasevich has ‘effectively been kidnapped’

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    The Shadow Foreign Secretary Lisa Nandy has called on her counterpart to show the UK is serious about protecting press freedom in Belarus.

    She said there must be ‘robust consequences’ to Roman Protasevich’s arrest, after the Ryanair flight he was travelling on was forced to land in Minsk.

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