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A police officer with a conscience who left Belarus

Mikita Mikado, who founded a software company in Minsk called Panda Doc and later moved to Silicon Valley, came up with a similar initiative. His project, ProtectBelarus.org, offers retraining in the tech industry for Belarusian police officers who refused orders to attack protesters. “I appeal to Belarusian security officials,” the tech entrepreneur wrote on his Instagram account, “if you want to be on the side of good, but finances do not allow, write — I will help.” Soon afterwards, the site said it had received 594 applications from police officers.

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