"I've seen black flags": Russian Olympic champion frightened by "nationalists" in Lviv
Russian chess player Alisa Galliamova complained that Ukrainians no longer consider representatives of the Russian Federation "one people." The winner of the 2010 Chess Olympiad recalled her life in Lviv in the 90s, where "nationalists" hung "black flags" on May 9.
Galliamova said this in an interview with the RIA Novosti propaganda news agency. The citizen of the aggressor country, which unleashed a criminal war against Ukraine in February last year, added that she had not experienced any problems in the city of Lions.
"I lived in Lviv in the 90s. Everything was fine. We were one people then. However, something was not right even then. Nationalists appeared on May 9. I remember black flags hanging," Galliamova said.
Earlier, the world champion in rapid chess (2016) and blitz Sergey Karjakin, who betrayed Ukraine, came under fire in the Zaporizhzhia direction.
As OBOZREVATEL previously reported, Sergey Karjakin has made a ridiculous statement about propaganda in Western countries, where citizens allegedly "cannot think and analyze critically."