After 10:00 am on Sunday May 23, a Ryanair plane took off from Athens to Vilnius. When he only had 70 kilometers to go to reach the capital of Lithuania, he received a warning from the authorities of Belarus, the country he was flying over at that time: there was a bomb threat. Flight FR4978 was diverted to Minsk, the capital of Aleksandr Lukashenko’s regime, known as the last dictator of europe. But there was no explosive on board. Only one Belarusian journalist, critical of the president of his country, protagonist from exile of the protests against the alleged electoral fraud of 2020. The objective of the diversion of the plane was Roman Protasevich, who was arrested at the airport before the aircraft resumed your trip to Vilnius. In this video the flight path is recreated with the help of Mira Milosevich, Principal Investigator for Russia and Eurasia of the Elcano Royal Institute, which contextualizes information related to the Belarusian regime.