Since Andrei came to Vilnius right after Christmas last year, his infatuation with the Lithuanian capital has just grown. However, the life for this anti-Lukashenko rebel, who fled the authoritarian regime after he got in hot water in Minsk, has not been as easy as pie here. “To make ends meet, I took a cleaning job – I was rubbing the greasy grill at a fast-food restaurant. But I was lucky to eventually start creative production for Malanka Media, a pro-democracy Belarusian media firm here in Vilnius,” Andrei Mikryukov told The Baltic Times.
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