The Russian "Night Wolves" are Coming Back to Bulgaria

Motorcyclists from Club Night Wolves will enter our country today from Macedonia. Their route will pass through the Ruen Monastery, Kyustendil and will reach Sofia. Tomorrow they plan to visit the St. Alexander Nevsky Cathedral, the Russian Church, the Soviet Army Monument in the capital, and give a press conference, and head for Serbia on Friday.

Motorcyclists, who are also popular as "Putin's rockers," because of the support they enjoy from the Russian president, are currently on the Slavyanskyi motor route (Peace 2018), which is about 8500 km long, starting from Moscow and passing through Russia, Belarus, Poland, Slovakia, Hungary, Serbia, Republika Srpska in Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro, Albania, Macedonia, Bulgaria, Serbia, Croatia, Slovenia.

The previous visit of the Night Wolves in Bulgaria was marked by protests and confrontations.

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