Navapolatsk “court” decided to liquidate the chess and checkers club created by a well-known pro-Russian activist.
The Lukashists are liquidating the chess and checkers club in Navapolatsk, created by a well-known pro-Russian activist.
The chairman of the club is Aliaksandr Lukashok, the leader of the Union Business Club Avangard. He is known for organizing and participating in events promoting the ideas of the “Russian world” in Belarus.
Lukashok’s Club organized many chess and checkers tournaments in the region and also created an outdoor area for playing chess in Polatsk. By the way, the Russian House in Minsk, a branch of Rossotrudnichestvo, which promotes the ideas of the “Russian world” abroad, also took part in this project.