Scandalous Russian bikers from "Night Wolves" club, which is known for supporting annexation of Crimea and aggression in Donbas, started "Roads of Victory-2017" motorcycle rally in Slovakia. This was reported by Nikolai Levshunov, the representative of Russian Embassy in the republic, according to TASS.
"The Night Wolves laid wreaths at monuments to the Red Army soldiers in the Dukla Pass and Svidnik city in eastern Slovakia. This region of the republic saw the fiercest battles against Hitler’s forces. The Dukla Pass in the Carpathian Mountains, which fascists tried to hold at any price, opened a road to Czechoslovakia for the Soviet forces," Levshunov said.
Several dozen of bikers from Central Europe, particularly Slovakia, Czech Republic and Poland, took part in the ceremonies honoring the memory of fallen soldiers.
"Night Wolves" went to Poland from Eastern Slovakia. They are to return to the republic on May 3. Then they will head to Czech Republic on May 4.