The Russian participant of the run of “Night wolves” was detained in Poland, and fifty of his fellows were not allowed in Georgia
In Poland detained a Russian citizen Nikolai Loginov club “Night wolves”, which is currently making a rally “Roads of Victory in Berlin.” Simultaneously it became known that about 50 Russian bikers from the club was not allowed in Georgia.
“A Russian citizen, was arrested today in the city of Mysłowice, – TASS quoted the press Secretary Shlyonsky division of the border guard of Poland, Katarzyna Walczak. During the control it turned out that the stay of this person in the territory of Poland is undesirable for reasons of security.”
She added that the outcome of the proceedings “the detained foreigner must leave the territory of Poland”. Most likely, may 4, he will be escorted to the border with Russia.
The case has already joined the Russian diplomats. The Consul General of Russia in Krakow Alexander Minin said that the Embassy staff was able to speak briefly by phone with detainees Loginov, who said that he entered Poland through the checkpoint in Braniewo on his motorcycle on a four-year French Schengen visa, which the poles are now going to cancel. Loginov is sure that the guards detained him at the direction of Warsaw.
In my motorcycle club in the social network “Vkontakte” reported that Loginov was arrested on may 3 during the police RAID-control in Mysłowice. “Police explained the detention invalid visa, it was cancelled after last year’s motocross. In fact, Nicholas had received a visa after may of last year”, – stated in the message.
The leader of the Polish branch of the “Night wolves” Dariusz. said that their Russian counterpart were detained by border guards and is located in the city of Ruda of Silesia. “Column, meanwhile, goes further, as we can’t stop the run,” said he on the border with Slovakia.
1 may it was reported that the Russian “Night wolves”, who are the main organizers and participants of this run are not allowed into the territory of Poland “on suspicion of involvement in extremist activities”. The route of the participants of the rally, which started on April 27 in Moscow, runs through Smolensk, Minsk, Warsaw, Bratislava, and Dresden. The main events are scheduled in Berlin on may 9. There, the bikers are going to carry the Banner of Victory in Treptow Park and lay flowers to the monument to the Soviet Soldier-liberator.
50 “wolves” from Russia was not allowed in Georgia
Meanwhile it became known that about 50 Russian biker club “Night wolves” is not missed on the territory of Georgia. This information was confirmed on may 4, the Georgian interior Ministry, adding that the bikers were going to get into the country yesterday via a checkpoint (checkpoint) “Upper Lars”, reports “Interfax”.
“Not coming, calm down”, – quotes Agency the short answer to the interior Minister of Georgia Giorgi mghebrishvili, the corresponding question of journalists. And his Deputy, Shalva Khutsishvili in an interview with reporters said that the Russian bikers were denied entry to Georgia legally.
Earlier Khutsishvili said that the planned visit to Tbilisi on may 9, the Russian biker club “Night wolves” is undesirable. “Such a visit is not in keeping with the spirit of the holiday, may 9,” he said, adding that a similar visit of the Russian bikers in Georgia last year has caused discontent among a significant part of the local population.
“Wolf” runs on the eve of Victory
On the eve of Victory Day “Night wolves” regularly organize motocross in Europe with a Patriotic purpose. Every time these actions lead to scandals.
Last year in the capital of the Czech Republic’s Pro-Russian bikers greeted the demonstrators chanted “go Home, occupiers!”, “A suitcase, station, Russia!” and “freedom of the Crimean Tatars!”. The protesters blocked the roadway sedentary picket.
In 2015 motocross “Night wolves” was accompanied by diplomatic scandal. In the Czech Republic and Germany bikers have problems due to the fact that the leader of the club Alexander Zaldostanov supported the actions of the separatists in the Donbass.
The Russian foreign Ministry filed protests to these countries, and bikers mobilized for their shares of the club members with citizenship of countries that ban the entry of Russians. In the end, the bikers still managed to may 9, 2015 to get to Berlin and take part in the procession through the main streets of the city.
Note also that the club “Night wolves” and its leader Alexander Zaldostanov, nicknamed the Surgeon are sponsored by the Kremlin. “Wolves” has received a multimillion-dollar presidential grants. The Western press drew attention to the fact that the biker Zaldostanov took an active part in the operation on the accession of Crimea to Russia.
Zaldostanov also known as one of the leaders of the movement “Intimidad”, created in Russia to fight with the opposition and “revolutionary threat”.