Bikers headed by the Governor of the Kaliningrad region entered Poland

The column of bikers headed by the Governor of Kaliningrad region Nikolai Tsukanov crossed the Russian-Polish border, reports the Agency FlashNord.

It is noted that the Polish guards did not let in the country two of the bikers, explaining that their involvement in the motorcycle club “Night wolves”. The convoy of 150 people, they’re heading to the Polish city Braniewo, where there is the largest foreign burial of Soviet soldiers.

On the eve of the Polish authorities have denied entry to the participants of the rally “Roads of Victory — to Berlin”, which was organized by the club “Night wolves”. The Polish foreign Ministry explained this decision desire to ensure the protection of public order.

A similar tour, the “Night wolves” tried to implement in 2015 to mark the 70th anniversary of victory in the great Patriotic war, even then, however, Poland refused to let the country most of the bikers.

On Saturday the representative of the State border Committee of Belarus has informed “RIA Novosti” that the bikers club “Night wolves” will be able to freely pass through the Belarusian-Polish border, if they have everything in order with documents.