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Action to support South Ossetia was dispersed in Poland2009-08-10 13:05
Vladimer Rynkovski, the leader of Slavic Community movement [Poland] was refused to stage a rally to support South Ossetia on August 9th. The mayor's office of Warsaw stated the rally threatens the security of capital's residents - Geopolitika.gt-en-newsitem-inside
"I don't suggest that several dozens of pro-Ossetian Poles could threaten the security of the city. Did we intend to assault the Georgian embassy?" Rynkovskiy said. He believes the true reason is the engagement of Polish authorities with London and Washington.
Despite the formal protest the Movement for Protection of Peoples' Rights staged a rally near the Georgian embassy in Warsaw. 20 people participated. They expressed their protest against Georgian militarism.
According to Przemyslaw Seradzan, the movement coordinator, policemen were waiting fir them. "invited' in the bus, conducted a long check, and in three hours let go in a far district of Warsaw. "Despite the resistance, we will defend the position of common sense in Poland. Its essence: The one-vector policies of our leaders lead the country to the political isolation both in Europe and in the world".