Roman Protasevich Wikipedia biography is on the radar after his arrest. He remains under Belarusian police custody.
The fight from Athenes to Lithuania took an unexpected turn after it landed in Minsk. Now, People allege that this was a strategic plan to arrest activist Roman Protasevich. Apparently, Roman’s feud with the Belarusian government dates back to a decade ago.
Roman Protasevich Wikipedia and Age: Everything on The Arrested Journalist
Roman Protasevich Wikipedia biography is absent for now.
Protasevich is a Belarussian journalist and blogger. He rose into fame as the co-founder of the Telegram-based channel Nexta and Nexta Live. Likewise, Nexta used for mobilizing street protest-mainly against the ruling party Mr Lukashenko in Belarus.
Recently, Roman Protasevic was arrested during a plane hijack.
The blogger was seated on Flight FR4978 destined to reach Lithuania along with 126 passengers. However, the Belarusian government allegedly forced the plane to land in Minsk. Eventually, Prostasevic was handcuffed by the police as soon as he got out of the plane.
A guy sitting next to Roman Protasevich on the plane: “They took us out of the plane, the dogs sniffed our luggage. They took that guy (Roman) aside, threw his belongings on the runway. We asked him what’s going on. He told me who he is and added, “They’ll execute me here”(1/2) pic.twitter.com/Nm00NY4YAW
— Tadeusz Giczan (@TadeuszGiczan) May 23, 2021
Roman Protasevich is the age of 26 years old.
Due to his opposition, Roman had already left Belarus in 2019. Similarly, he applied for Polish citizenship in 2020.
Update on Roman Protasevich’s Girlfriend
Roman Protasevich was dating girlfriend Sofia Sapega.
According to reports, Sofia was also arrested along with Roman in Minsk. Originally from Russia, she was living in Lithuania. Furthermore, she is a student of law at the European Humanities University located in Lithuania.
On the other hand, the reason behind Spaega’s arrest is not clear. Similarly, various people and come forward to protest against the supposedly unethical act by Belarus.
Status of His Family Member
Roman Protasevich’s family members have not spoken to the media yet.
The journalist was involved in activism from an early age. As a fact, he was expelled from school in 2011 for taking part in a protest. Furthermore, he also removed from Belarusian State University for similar reasons.
Очень много вопросов о том, что происходит с редакцией NEXTA. Не буду озвучивать свои мысли и догадки, они останутся при мне.
Всё, что могу сказать — с ребятами точно всё в порядке, никто их не похитил. И в Беларусь они не едут.
— Roman Protasevich (@pr0tez) March 3, 2021
Ultimately, Roman decides to move away from his family to Poland. Despite his changed residency, Roman continued his opposition. Likewise, he also seemed very vocal on his Twitter account @pr0tez.