Karjaken’s choice of clothing creates a reaction

Karjaken’s choice of clothing creates a reaction

On Saturday, the ban of controversial Russian chess star Serge Karjakin expired. On Sunday morning, the Russian himself chose to celebrate by posting a photo of himself on Twitter. creates reactions.

On the jacket that Karjakin is wearing is clearly written “Putin’s Team”, which in Norwegian means “Putin’s Team”.

The choice of clothes is of course deliberately provocative, says chess expert Torstein Bae NRK.

– Does that sound like a repentant sinner?

– I think he did not confess any sin, so it was strange that he should have shown remorse, he answered.

Criticism is welcome

In the field of Russian commentary, one finds divided opinions.

It is a shame that someone is banned for supporting their country, someone writes to show their support for Karjaken.

Good point, support for genocide is certainly something to celebrate. Someone wrote: Hats off to Karjakin for being pro-death.

– Please enlist and join the war at the front. Your comrades need you! Another writes.

The Secretary-General of the Helsinki Committee, Berit Lindemann, speaks NRK That this is the long finger of Karjakin.

– It is completely reprehensible that he was allowed to participate in international tournaments, she tells the channel.

Public support for Putin

Karjakin has long been criticized for his public support for Putin. Earlier, he posted an open letter addressed to Vladimir Putin on his Twitter profile.

In the letter, Karjakin wrote that he was grateful to Putin for his “fight for the disarmament and disarmament of Ukraine and its ruling regime.”

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This made Russia and chess expert Atley Groen react.

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– What makes it particularly provocative is that Karjakin is a privileged person with access to independent media and every opportunity to learn about the current situation, he told Dagbladet in February.

to me chess Karjakin will play a chess tournament in Moscow this month. The value of the prize must be more than two million kroner.

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