: AFP/The Local: Putin's biker buddies back in Berlin for war anniversary

16:38 May. 9, 2016

AFP/The Local: Putin's biker buddies back in Berlin for war anniversary

Members of the Russian motorcycle club 'Night Wolves' arrive in Berlin, Germany, May 9, 2016. (AP Photo)

A week ago, seven bikers were denied entry into Poland, after the group was banned last year

Dozens of bikers from the notorious Russian nationalist club known as the Night Wolves crossed into Germany Sunday to celebrate the Soviet Union's World War II victory over the Nazis.

A convoy of about 80 motorbikes and five escort vehicles crossed the border from the Czech Republic into eastern Germany, but police reported no incidents.

Read also Lithuania denies entry to pro-Putin bikers carrying Soviet symbols

The Wolves, who are fiercely loyal to the Kremlin, reached Berlin on Monday Bild reports, noting that police would not reveal their exact location.

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