Belarusian diplomats were so afraid of toys that called the police.
Once again, teddy bears appeared at the Belarusian Embassy in London, despite the threat of Lukashenka's "diplomats".
As organizers reported to charter97.org, this time, on July 26 already 9 teddy bears were brought to the embassy of Belarus in London by BBC journalists and human rights activists. Because of the cameras, employees of the Belarusian embassy were afraid to even appear in windows of the diplomatic mission. Nevertheless, they cowardly called the police and said that the embassy of Belarus was "attacked".
After two policemen, who responded to the call, arrived there and saw that Belarusian diplomats are afraid of teddy bears, they just laughed.
The organizers have told the policemen about the disgrace of the Belarusian Air Defense, which missed a plane with the toys into the country, and about political prisoners in jails and the persecution of dissidents in Belarus. It seems that the police officers already were informed about the last dictatorship in Europe and the fact that Lukashenka was not allowed to go to the Olympics in London, so they only supported the peaceful action of nonviolent resistance.
Recall that for a week teddy bears continue to appear at the embassy of Belarus in London as a symbol of the rally of Swedish human rights activists in support of freedom of speech in Belarus and a sign of support for people arrested on this case. Every day it the number of teddy bears increases by one.