Shame corridor for Kremlin's bikers in Prague
Activists with Ukrainian and American flags showed rude gestures, shouting: "Suitcase, station, Russia"
Several hundred demonstrators in Prague took part in a protest against the visit of Putin's biker group "Night Wolves".
Kremlin bikers' journey was accompanied by whistling and eloquent gestures. Some of the protesters tried to block the road before Putin’s fans, but police officers prohibited this. Czechs shouted slogans in Russian "Suitcase, station, Russia!", "Go home, invaders!". Representatives of the Russian and Ukrainian diaspora chanted "Freedom for Russia!", "Freedom for the Crimean Tatars," "Fascists," "Glory to Ukraine!" and held banners with a picture of Nadiya Savchenko, and the inscriptions "Stop lying and killing."
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