After his release from the KGB prison head of the electoral headquarters of Andrei Sannikov, Vladimir Kobets gave interview with Radio Liberty.
Vladimir Kobets that the presidential election was the head of staff of Andrei Sannikov, was detained in Minsk on December 21 in the afternoon. On the night of January 27, he was released from the KGB detention center.
Vitaly Tsigankov: You somehow explain the reasons liberation?
Kobets: No, it was totally unexpected. I was summoned for interrogation after interrogation gave the paper to change the measure of restraint, and late at night on Jan. 26 released from jail.
Tsigankov: I'm sorry, but I have to ask if there was something in your actions that could contribute to the liberation?
Kobets: No, no notes and explanations, I did not write. I have, incidentally, has already released three days after the detention the first time, and then, not letting go, turned back. I'm still myself trying to gather information to find out what's going on. But I hope that this is a sign that the others too will begin to produce.
Tsigankov: How often were questioning?
Kobets: Most of the interviews were in the beginning, immediately after his arrest. And then there was the big break that ended yesterday's interrogation and change the measure of restraint. It turned out that I had spent 36 days in jail.
Tsigankov: Investigators say when you will be called again for questioning? Your status of the suspect has not changed?
Kobets: Status has not changed, I can not leave Minsk. I was told that another cause for questioning. Be on the loose … can not say that it is unpleasant. I want to believe that others will be released. I have a feeling that may have made a decision — and God forbid people to come out.