People who left Russia because they did not accept the war will be able to simplify their life in exile. The Russian anti-war conference to be held tomorrow in Vilnius makes this one of its tasks.
After the outbreak of the war, many opposition activists were forced to leave the country for fear of persecution. Now they face discrimination abroad because of their Russian passport. Politicians, activists and experts will discuss this problem tomorrow at a meeting of the anti-war committee.
The committee is expected to draw up an “anti-war declaration” by signing which the individual delegates to the committee the right to represent them. According to one of the organizers, those who sign such a declaration will probably receive a “good Russian” document, which would facilitate checks in banks, when obtaining visas, and also open access to services that are not available to Russians.