The leader of the motorcycle club “Night wolves” Alexander Zaldostanov, known as the Surgeon, responded to the arrest in Poland of a Russian biker Nikolai Loginov, who took part in the campaign “Road to Victory — Berlin”. In an interview with TV channel “Star”, he called the incident “a blatant and unwarranted lawlessness”.
“We expected, and we knew when we started all this that we do not forgive, neither our initiative nor our beliefs, but to disrupt the March will fail, all is still not closed. This is another attempt of intimidation. I’m sure it’ll be released in a few hours, because all the documents are in order,” — said the Surgeon.
Loginov, member of “Night wolves”, was detained in the city of Mysłowice Wednesday, may 3. The representative of the Polish border service explained to RIA Novosti that this was done for “security reasons”. He also added that in the present proceedings, which “will end by escorting the detainee to the territory of Russia”.
Earlier, on may 1, the Surgeon reported that bikers have faced problems trying to cross in Brest on the Polish-Belarusian border.
The rally “Roads of Victory to Berlin!” was launched on April 27 in Moscow and is scheduled to end may 9 in Berlin. Motorcyclists drove through Moscow, Smolensk, Katyn, Minsk, Khatyn, Warsaw and wrocław. Then their route goes through Budapest, Bratislava, Prague, Dresden.