September 14, 10 a.m. I’am alerted by telephone call from Party headquarters. Our boys have occupied carriage of “Moscow-Kaliningrad train” - said voice.”They just called by mobile-phone from that carriage. From lituanian rail-way station Kena, on the border.”
“Who they are?” asked I.
“Collected team from Moscow, Saint-Petersbourgh, Omsk, Nijni Novgorod, Briansk, Tula and Orenbourgh, also Tcheboksari. Sixteen camarades. They have chained themselves to a metal frames of carriage, then they teared to pieces lituanian transit visas. ‘We are going from Russia to Russia. We don’t need visas,’ – they said to lituanian frontier guards. They also blocked the locks by injecting a glue in them.”‘About the same time participants of action giving an interviews to radio “Eco of Moscow”. (more…)