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A member of the opposition coordination council in Belarus Anton Rodnenkov attends the press conference in Kyiv, Ukraine, Tuesday, Sept, 8, 2020. A leading opposition activist in Belarus Maria Kolesnikova is being held after she resisted attempts by authorities to deport her to Ukraine as part of a clampdown on protests against authoritarian President Alexander Lukashenko. Maria Kolesnikova, a member of the Coordination Council created by the opposition to facilitate talks with Lukashenko on a transition of power, was detained Monday in the capital of Minsk with two other council members. They were then driven to the Ukrainian border, where the Belarusian authorities told them to cross into Ukraine. But Kolesnikova refused and stayed on the Belarusian side of the frontier in the custody of Belarusian authorities. (AP Photo/Efrem Lukatsky)

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A member of the opposition coordination council in Belarus Ivan Kravtsov attends the press conference in Kyiv, Ukraine, Tuesday, Sept, 8, 2020. A leading opposition activist in Belarus Maria Kolesnikova is being held after she resisted attempts by authorities to deport her to Ukraine as part of a clampdown on protests against authoritarian President Alexander Lukashenko. Maria Kolesnikova, a member of the Coordination Council created by the opposition to facilitate talks with Lukashenko on a transition of power, was detained Monday in the capital of Minsk with two other council members. They were then driven to the Ukrainian border, where the Belarusian authorities told them to cross into Ukraine. But Kolesnikova refused and stayed on the Belarusian side of the frontier in the custody of Belarusian authorities. (AP Photo/Efrem Lukatsky)

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A members of the opposition coordination council in Belarus Anton Rodnenkov, left, and Ivan Kravtsov smile as they enter news room before the press conference in Kyiv, Ukraine, Tuesday, Sept, 8, 2020. A leading opposition activist in Belarus Maria Kolesnikova is being held after she resisted attempts by authorities to deport her to Ukraine as part of a clampdown on protests against authoritarian President Alexander Lukashenko. Maria Kolesnikova, a member of the Coordination Council created by the opposition to facilitate talks with Lukashenko on a transition of power, was detained Monday in the capital of Minsk with two other council members. They were then driven to the Ukrainian border, where the Belarusian authorities told them to cross into Ukraine. But Kolesnikova refused and stayed on the Belarusian side of the frontier in the custody of Belarusian authorities. (AP Photo/Efrem Lukatsky)

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A member of the opposition coordination council in Belarus Ivan Kravtsov smile as he enter conference hall before the press conference in Kyiv, Ukraine, Tuesday, Sept, 8, 2020. A leading opposition activist in Belarus Maria Kolesnikova is being held after she resisted attempts by authorities to deport her to Ukraine as part of a clampdown on protests against authoritarian President Alexander Lukashenko. Maria Kolesnikova, a member of the Coordination Council created by the opposition to facilitate talks with Lukashenko on a transition of power, was detained Monday in the capital of Minsk with two other council members. They were then driven to the Ukrainian border, where the Belarusian authorities told them to cross into Ukraine. But Kolesnikova refused and stayed on the Belarusian side of the frontier in the custody of Belarusian authorities. (AP Photo/Efrem Lukatsky)

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A member of the opposition coordination council in Belarus Anton Rodnenkov attends the press conference in Kyiv, Ukraine, Tuesday, Sept, 8, 2020. A leading opposition activist in Belarus Maria Kolesnikova is being held after she resisted attempts by authorities to deport her to Ukraine as part of a clampdown on protests against authoritarian President Alexander Lukashenko. Maria Kolesnikova, a member of the Coordination Council created by the opposition to facilitate talks with Lukashenko on a transition of power, was detained Monday in the capital of Minsk with two other council members. They were then driven to the Ukrainian border, where the Belarusian authorities told them to cross into Ukraine. But Kolesnikova refused and stayed on the Belarusian side of the frontier in the custody of Belarusian authorities. (AP Photo/Efrem Lukatsky)

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A member of the opposition coordination council in Belarus Ivan Kravtsov attends the press conference in Kyiv, Ukraine, Tuesday, Sept, 8, 2020. A leading opposition activist in Belarus Maria Kolesnikova is being held after she resisted attempts by authorities to deport her to Ukraine as part of a clampdown on protests against authoritarian President Alexander Lukashenko. Maria Kolesnikova, a member of the Coordination Council created by the opposition to facilitate talks with Lukashenko on a transition of power, was detained Monday in the capital of Minsk with two other council members. They were then driven to the Ukrainian border, where the Belarusian authorities told them to cross into Ukraine. But Kolesnikova refused and stayed on the Belarusian side of the frontier in the custody of Belarusian authorities. (AP Photo/Efrem Lukatsky)

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Members of the opposition coordination council in Belarus Anton Rodnenkov, left, and Ivan Kravtsov attend the press conference in Kyiv, Ukraine, Tuesday, Sept, 8, 2020. A leading opposition activist in Belarus Maria Kolesnikova is being held after she resisted attempts by authorities to deport her to Ukraine as part of a clampdown on protests against authoritarian President Alexander Lukashenko. Maria Kolesnikova, a member of the Coordination Council created by the opposition to facilitate talks with Lukashenko on a transition of power, was detained Monday in the capital of Minsk with two other council members. They were then driven to the Ukrainian border, where the Belarusian authorities told them to cross into Ukraine. But Kolesnikova refused and stayed on the Belarusian side of the frontier in the custody of Belarusian authorities. (AP Photo/Efrem Lukatsky)

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Members of the opposition coordination council in Belarus Anton Rodnenkov, left, and Ivan Kravtsov attend the press conference in Kyiv, Ukraine, Tuesday, Sept, 8, 2020. A leading opposition activist in Belarus Maria Kolesnikova is being held after she resisted attempts by authorities to deport her to Ukraine as part of a clampdown on protests against authoritarian President Alexander Lukashenko. Maria Kolesnikova, a member of the Coordination Council created by the opposition to facilitate talks with Lukashenko on a transition of power, was detained Monday in the capital of Minsk with two other council members. They were then driven to the Ukrainian border, where the Belarusian authorities told them to cross into Ukraine. But Kolesnikova refused and stayed on the Belarusian side of the frontier in the custody of Belarusian authorities. (AP Photo/Efrem Lukatsky)

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Belarus' opposition's Coordination Council press secretary Anton Rodnenkov (L) and executive secretary Ivan Kravtsov arrive to hold a press conference in Kiev on September 8, 2020. - Authorities in Belarus tried to force opposition figure Maria Kolesnikova to leave the country but she tore up her passport to avoid expulsion, a colleague who was in a car with her on the border said on September 8. "She was pushed into the back seat (of the car), she yelled that she wasn't going anywhere," Anton Rodnenkov told a press conference in Kiev after he and another member of the opposition's Coordination Council crossed into Ukraine. "She tore up her passport," he said, then she exited the car through a window and walked back to the Belarusian border. (Photo by GENYA SAVILOV / AFP)

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Belarus' opposition's Coordination Council press secretary Anton Rodnenkov speaks during a press conference in Kiev on September 8, 2020. - Authorities in Belarus tried to force opposition figure Maria Kolesnikova to leave the country but she tore up her passport to avoid expulsion, a colleague who was in a car with her on the border said on September 8. "She was pushed into the back seat (of the car), she yelled that she wasn't going anywhere," Anton Rodnenkov told a press conference in Kiev after he and another member of the opposition's Coordination Council crossed into Ukraine. "She tore up her passport," he said, then she exited the car through a window and walked back to the Belarusian border. (Photo by GENYA SAVILOV / AFP)

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Belarus' opposition's Coordination Council press secretary Anton Rodnenkov (L) and executive secretary Ivan Kravtsov arrive to hold a press conference in Kiev on September 8, 2020. - Authorities in Belarus tried to force opposition figure Maria Kolesnikova to leave the country but she tore up her passport to avoid expulsion, a colleague who was in a car with her on the border said on September 8. "She was pushed into the back seat (of the car), she yelled that she wasn't going anywhere," Anton Rodnenkov told a press conference in Kiev after he and another member of the opposition's Coordination Council crossed into Ukraine. "She tore up her passport," he said, then she exited the car through a window and walked back to the Belarusian border. (Photo by GENYA SAVILOV / AFP)

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Belarus' opposition's Coordination Council press secretary Anton Rodnenkov (L) and executive secretary Ivan Kravtsov hold a press conference in Kiev on September 8, 2020. - Authorities in Belarus tried to force opposition figure Maria Kolesnikova to leave the country but she tore up her passport to avoid expulsion, a colleague who was in a car with her on the border said on September 8. "She was pushed into the back seat (of the car), she yelled that she wasn't going anywhere," Anton Rodnenkov told a press conference in Kiev after he and another member of the opposition's Coordination Council crossed into Ukraine. "She tore up her passport," he said, then she exited the car through a window and walked back to the Belarusian border. (Photo by GENYA SAVILOV / AFP)

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Belarus' opposition's Coordination Council press secretary Anton Rodnenkov (L) and executive secretary Ivan Kravtsov hold a press conference in Kiev on September 8, 2020. - Authorities in Belarus tried to force opposition figure Maria Kolesnikova to leave the country but she tore up her passport to avoid expulsion, a colleague who was in a car with her on the border said on September 8. "She was pushed into the back seat (of the car), she yelled that she wasn't going anywhere," Anton Rodnenkov told a press conference in Kiev after he and another member of the opposition's Coordination Council crossed into Ukraine. "She tore up her passport," he said, then she exited the car through a window and walked back to the Belarusian border. (Photo by GENYA SAVILOV / AFP)

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Belarus' opposition's Coordination Council executive secretary Ivan Kravtsov attends a press conference in Kiev on September 8, 2020. - Authorities in Belarus tried to force opposition figure Maria Kolesnikova to leave the country but she tore up her passport to avoid expulsion, a colleague who was in a car with her on the border said on September 8. "She was pushed into the back seat (of the car), she yelled that she wasn't going anywhere," Anton Rodnenkov told a press conference in Kiev after he and another member of the opposition's Coordination Council crossed into Ukraine. "She tore up her passport," he said, then she exited the car through a window and walked back to the Belarusian border. (Photo by GENYA SAVILOV / AFP)

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Belarus' opposition's Coordination Council press secretary Anton Rodnenkov (R) and executive secretary Ivan Kravtsov hold a press conference in Kiev on September 8, 2020. - Authorities in Belarus tried to force opposition figure Maria Kolesnikova to leave the country but she tore up her passport to avoid expulsion, a colleague who was in a car with her on the border said on September 8. "She was pushed into the back seat (of the car), she yelled that she wasn't going anywhere," Anton Rodnenkov told a press conference in Kiev after he and another member of the opposition's Coordination Council crossed into Ukraine. "She tore up her passport," he said, then she exited the car through a window and walked back to the Belarusian border. (Photo by GENYA SAVILOV / AFP)

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Belarus' opposition's Coordination Council press secretary Anton Rodnenkov (L) and executive secretary Ivan Kravtsov hold a press conference in Kiev on September 8, 2020. - Authorities in Belarus tried to force opposition figure Maria Kolesnikova to leave the country but she tore up her passport to avoid expulsion, a colleague who was in a car with her on the border said on September 8. "She was pushed into the back seat (of the car), she yelled that she wasn't going anywhere," Anton Rodnenkov told a press conference in Kiev after he and another member of the opposition's Coordination Council crossed into Ukraine. "She tore up her passport," he said, then she exited the car through a window and walked back to the Belarusian border. (Photo by GENYA SAVILOV / AFP)

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Belarus' opposition's Coordination Council press secretary Anton Rodnenkov (L) and executive secretary Ivan Kravtsov hold a press conference in Kiev on September 8, 2020. - Authorities in Belarus tried to force opposition figure Maria Kolesnikova to leave the country but she tore up her passport to avoid expulsion, a colleague who was in a car with her on the border said on September 8. "She was pushed into the back seat (of the car), she yelled that she wasn't going anywhere," Anton Rodnenkov told a press conference in Kiev after he and another member of the opposition's Coordination Council crossed into Ukraine. "She tore up her passport," he said, then she exited the car through a window and walked back to the Belarusian border. (Photo by GENYA SAVILOV / AFP)

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6327941 08.09.2020 Press secretary of the Belarusian opposition's Coordination Council, Anton Rodnenkov, and its executive secretary Ivan Kravtsov take their seats before a news conference, shortly after leaving Belarus, in Kiev, Ukraine. Stringer / Sputnik

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6327942 08.09.2020 Press secretary of the Belarusian opposition's Coordination Council, Anton Rodnenkov, and its executive secretary Ivan Kravtsov leave after a news conference, shortly after leaving Belarus, in Kiev, Ukraine. Stringer / Sputnik

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6327943 08.09.2020 Press secretary of the Belarusian opposition's Coordination Council, Anton Rodnenkov attends a news conference with the council's executive secretary Ivan Kravtsov, shortly after leaving Belarus, in Kiev, Ukraine. Stringer / Sputnik

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6327930 08.09.2020 Press secretary of the Belarusian opposition's Coordination Council, Anton Rodnenkov, and its executive secretary Ivan Kravtsov arrive for a news conference, shortly after leaving Belarus, in Kiev, Ukraine. Stringer / Sputnik

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6327931 08.09.2020 Press secretary of the Belarusian opposition's Coordination Council, Anton Rodnenkov, and its executive secretary Ivan Kravtsov arrive for a news conference, shortly after leaving Belarus, in Kiev, Ukraine. Stringer / Sputnik

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6327932 08.09.2020 Press secretary of the Belarusian opposition's Coordination Council, Anton Rodnenkov, and its executive secretary Ivan Kravtsov attend a news conference, shortly after leaving Belarus, in Kiev, Ukraine. Stringer / Sputnik

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6327933 08.09.2020 Press secretary of the Belarusian opposition's Coordination Council, Anton Rodnenkov, and its executive secretary Ivan Kravtsov attend a news conference, shortly after leaving Belarus, in Kiev, Ukraine. Stringer / Sputnik

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6327934 08.09.2020 Press secretary of the Belarusian opposition's Coordination Council, Anton Rodnenkov attends a news conference with the council's executive secretary Ivan Kravtsov, shortly after leaving Belarus, in Kiev, Ukraine. Stringer / Sputnik

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6327935 08.09.2020 Press secretary of the Belarusian opposition's Coordination Council, Anton Rodnenkov, and its executive secretary Ivan Kravtsov attend a news conference, shortly after leaving Belarus, in Kiev, Ukraine. Stringer / Sputnik

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6327937 08.09.2020 Executive secretary of the Belarusian opposition's Coordination Council, Ivan Kravtsov attends a news conference with the council's press secretary Anton Rodnenkov, shortly after leaving Belarus, in Kiev, Ukraine. Stringer / Sputnik

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6327939 08.09.2020 Executive secretary of the Belarusian opposition's Coordination Council, Ivan Kravtsov attends a news conference with the council's press secretary Anton Rodnenkov, shortly after leaving Belarus, in Kiev, Ukraine. Stringer / Sputnik

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6327929 08.09.2020 Press secretary of the Belarusian opposition's Coordination Council, Anton Rodnenkov, and its executive secretary Ivan Kravtsov attend a news conference, shortly after leaving Belarus, in Kiev, Ukraine. Stringer / Sputnik

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6327936 08.09.2020 Press secretary of the Belarusian opposition's Coordination Council, Anton Rodnenkov, and its executive secretary Ivan Kravtsov attend a news conference, shortly after leaving Belarus, in Kiev, Ukraine. Stringer / Sputnik

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6327938 08.09.2020 Executive secretary of the Belarusian opposition's Coordination Council, Ivan Kravtsov attends a news conference with the council's press secretary Anton Rodnenkov, shortly after leaving Belarus, in Kiev, Ukraine. Stringer / Sputnik

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6327940 08.09.2020 Executive secretary of the Belarusian opposition's Coordination Council, Ivan Kravtsov attends a news conference with the council's press secretary Anton Rodnenkov, shortly after leaving Belarus, in Kiev, Ukraine. Stringer / Sputnik