Russian anti-government activist Roman Roslovtsev asked for political asylum in Ukraine
Roman Roslovtsev, known for his protests masked in a mask of Putin, asked for political asylum in Ukraine because of the pressure in Russia
Russian anti-government activist Roman Roslovtsev, known for his protests masked in a mask of Putin, asked for political asylum in Ukraine because of the pressure in Russia. Specifically, FSB officers were watching his house in Moscow.
The activist intends to in the National Guard or a volunteer battalion in Ukraine.
Earlier, the State Border Service of Ukraine informed that "A Russian writer and public figure" applied for political asylum in our country. The report did not mention the name, but it said that a man entered Ukraine from Belarus.
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