The rally against Russophobia started in Poland. The race is organized by a public association called the “Polish-Russian Brotherhood” and will be held under the slogan “No to Russophobia”.
The action began today and will last until September 19. The route of motorcyclists will take place in Polish cities and villages.
“During the race, we will distribute leaflets calling for an end to the hostile policy towards the Russian Federation, which will also be an excellent opportunity to conduct a direct Polish-Russian dialogue.In each city through which we will pass, we will designate our presence as a visit to the city administration, informing the municipal authorities about our initiative,” said the head of the “Polish-Russian brotherhood” Peter Radtke.
According to the plan, the action will start in Olsztyn, where motorcyclists together with members of the public organization “Kaliningrad-Olsztyn-Swinoujscie” will clean up the heroes of the Red Army cemetery. In the coming days, motorcyclists are going to visit about a dozen other settlements, including the cities of Elk, Białystok, Augustow.
The final destination of the route of about 1,500 kilometers will be the capital of the country – Warsaw, where the laying of flowers to the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier and the cemetery-mausoleum of the Red Army are planned.