Poland turns back pro-Kremlin bikers at border

Pro-Kremlin Russian bikers of the Night Wolves bikers' club take part in a festive concert at Moscow's Red Square on May 9, 2015 during the Victory Day celebrations marking the 70th anniversary of the 1945 victory over Nazi GermanyA group of bikers from the infamous pro-Kremlin Night Wolves club, heading for Germany to celebrate the anniversary of victory over the Nazis, was denied entry to Poland Sunday, officials said. The seven bikers were turned back at the Terespol-Brest post on the border between Belarus and Poland for “security” reasons, border guards said. The refusal was justified by the need to “guarantee public order”, said Terespol border guards spokesman Dariusz Siennicki.

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