Moscow, Russia. A LGBTQ organization in Russia now says that a number of western nations are willing to issue emergency visas to any Russian or Chechen homosexual who feels “threatened” in their current environment.
The embassies of three European states have decided to expedite the issuance of emergency visas to the residents of Chechnya that the Republic’s authorities are allegedly persecuting because of their homosexuality, as reported by Meduza news outlet citing the head of the council of the “Russian LGBT Network”, Tatiana Vinnichenko. She did not specify which countries are involved, fearing that representatives from Chechen diasporas could threaten the asylum seekers.
Russian media experts question the veracity of reports of persecution and that Vinnichenko is making the whole thing up as a publicity stunt for her cause. They point out western nations are always happy to take credit for “saving” minority groups and there would be no real reason stopping announcement of the new home countries of the LGBTQ immigrants.
In addition, Vinnichenko claimed that two meetings of gay refugees from Chechnya with representatives of the embassies were organized in Moscow, where “the guys told their stories” and the employees of the “Russian LGBTQ Network” confirmed them.
A number of reporters are begining to doubt the whole story as more facts are swept under Ms. Vinnichenko’s magic carpet, that is expected to fly all the gays of Russia somehow to new lives in her imaginary liberal-democratic euro paradise.