Night Wolves biker arrested in Poland

Source : 112 Ukraine

His visa was expired, the police say
16:40, 3 May 2017


Nikolai Loginov biker from the Night Wolves club was arrested in Poland as the social page of the motorcycle club in Vkontakte reports.

‘During the motorcycle march Road's of Victory – to Berlin 2017 a regular police raid was held in Myslowice, Southern Poland in order to check the identities of the participants of the march. In the result Nikolai Loginov one of the annual participants of the march was arrested.  His documents were in order but the police explained that he was detained because his visa was expired. They claimed that it was annulled after last year motorcycle march. However, Nikolai received new visa last year after May 2016. That is to say, his arrest and deportation are illegal and do not prove anything because other participants of march will continue their movement ‘as it is said in the statement.

Earlier the Russian members of the Night Wolves motorcycle club as the main organizers and participants of the march Road's of Victory – to Berlin 2017 received a rejection to enter the territory of Poland. However, some bikers succeed to enter the EU territory and made it to Berlin. Other participants of the march, especially from Belarus, received a permit to cross the Polish border without any obstruction as they are the representatives of several European countries.

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