Correspondent of Оtkrytaya Rossiya Denis Shekhanin witnessed not only the arrival of the bikers, but also an outside broadcast by a female reporter for Russia 24 TV channel. His report shows how the reality looks like and how it is represented by the Russian state media, Censor.NET reports.
About 50 "patriotic bikers" carry out the motocross, dedicated to the Victory Day, across Europe, while the people and governments of the corresponding countries do all their best to stop them. The "wolves" came to Prague almost accidentally: the permission for the motocross was given by a regular employee of the city administration who did not know they were pro-Putin activists. Prague Mayor Adriana Krnacova and her deputy Petr Dolinek disagreed with the passing of Night Wolves through the city at the last moment, but it was too late to cancel the event.
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The bikers traveled through the very center of Prague, but on Wenceslas Square, one of the main tourist spots of the city, they were met not with applause and carnations, but with middle fingers.