Bikers reminded of the Molotov-Ribbentrop Pact.
Members of the Russian biker club “Night wolves” doing the rally across Europe, arrived in Prague, but there they were waiting for the demonstrators.
About it reports the Russian service of Radio Praha.
It is noted that the motorcyclists went to Prague Olšany cemetery to honor the memory of Soviet soldiers who died during the Second world war.
According to the radio, with them was MP from the party of the social Democrats Yaroslav Foldyna and a former member of the Communist party March Samelove.
It is reported that at the gate of the cemetery “Night wolves” was met by demonstrators who were holding flags of the EU, US and NATO.
“The protesters unfurled over the cemetery wall, a banner with a reminder of the Alliance between Stalin and Hitler in the beginning of the Second world war and the Molotov-Ribbentrop Pact”, – stated in the message.
It is noted that the group’s opponents separated from each other by the police.
It is reported that the rally is supported by the official authorities of the Russian Federation, and the bikers themselves is known for his extreme nationalist views. Their motorcycles are “crowned” the flags of Russia, USSR, Czech Republic, as well as the illegal military formations of the occupied Donbass.
The leader “wolves” Alexander Zaldostanov due to the open support of Russia’s annexation of Crimea appears in the list of sanctions of the USA and the EU.
The publication added that the Czech Republic, the bikers are going to go to Germany, the final destination of the journey is Berlin.