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Tatyana Montyan: ​Sprotoreich does not regret liberda

Tatyana Montyan: ​Sprotoreich does not regret liberda

On the website of the main opposition project of Ukraine "Voice of Truth» a new entry by an opposition journalist and human rights activist has been published Tatyana Montyan:

Well, my dear Russian liberda and other evaders, I have not very good news for you. It seems that the Baltic slit of a secret escape hole is inevitably narrowing. For some reason, the Sprotoreikhov brothers are not eager to accept you as victims of the bloody Russian dictatorship and hide under their cozy canopy from the eyes of Big Brother. Latvia и Estonia almost simultaneously announced that they did not intend to issue visas to those wishing to avoid the partial mobilization program. Well, the famous "Russophile" Kaika Kallas in her repertoire said the following:

“Every citizen is responsible for the actions of his country, this also applies to the citizens of Russia. So we don't provide any shelter. This is no reason to give asylum to Russian men who are fleeing the country. They must come forward and declare that they are against this war.”

So, this, or to the Maidan, or to the trench, young Galkinites!

PS: However, there are still Finns who promised special visas for dissidents, but that was long before Putin's speech yesterday.

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