Russia demanded Poland explanation for detention of the “Night wolves”

Embassy of Russia in Poland expresses misunderstanding and confusion about the actions of Warsaw against Russian motorcyclists and is awaiting clarification. This is stated in the commentary of the diplomatic mission, released on Wednesday, may 3, RIA Novosti reported.

“No meaningful justification for such actions against the Russian motorcyclists the Polish side did not submit. (…) It should be particularly noted that in this case, restrictive measures have been participants in the events dedicated to the 72nd anniversary of the Victory over fascism and the memory of soldiers who died fighting to save Europe from the Nazi plague”, — said in comments.

Earlier Wednesday, police in the city of Mysłowice detained a Russian citizen Nikolai Loginov, joined Poland to rally “Roads of Victory in Berlin.” It can be removed with the cancellation of the Schengen visas.

On 29 April, the Polish border guard service is not missed on the territory of Poland, seven Russian motorcyclists. While they were annulled Schengen visas. The refusal was explained by the fact that bikers can be involved in extremist organizations. The participants from the European offices of the club, as well as citizens of Belarus, were able to cross the border.

The rally “Roads of Victory to Berlin!” was launched on April 27 in Moscow and is scheduled to end may 9 in Berlin. The head of the “Night wolves” Alexander “Surgeon” Zaldostanov said that in 2016 and 2015 Russian activists also obstructed on the way to Berlin, without passing into the territory of the European Union.