The Belarusian footballer Sergei Kozek, who was detained by the security forces in Minsk, was diagnosed with a vertebral fracture and kidney damage. Now the 33-year-old athlete is in the hospital.
Recently, there were reports in the media that the security forces, dressed in civilian clothes, jumped out of the bus in Minsk and detained the players of the Krumkacho club. In particular, Sergei Kozek and Pavel Rassolko were arrested. They intend to show the athletes participation in rallies, as well as an attack on an official car, although they were not involved in these events. They had their uniform bags with them, telling the department that they were heading home after training. After a while, the players were released, but again detained at one of the cordons, using physical force against them.
Subsequently, an ambulance took Kozek away from the department. The head of the club, Oleg Davidovich, informed that the athlete was diagnosed with kidney damage, and he also had a fracture of the third vertebra.