KGB officers who searched the apartment of the wife of former presidential candidate Olga Neklyaeva found nothing.
This is Olga told "Freedom."
She noted that the KGB came at a time when Olga came out of the entrance, heading to a meeting with U.S. Senator Richard Durbin, which is in Minsk.
"Chose specifically, I think this moment. Revealed the search warrant, dated January 3, and today is the 14th. A search took place a short time, then we have only two rooms. Topics more than that We took everything in May during a search: no computers, no media. Revised the poem of Vladimir Prokofyevich, his papers, looked in wardrobes, chest of drawers, balcony. Nothing was found. "
Olga said that three employees of the KGB, who conducted the search, behaved correctly.