Popular in Russia comedian Slava Komissarenko spoke about moving to Poland. He revealed the details in his speech with a stand-up monologue, the recording of which is available on YouTube.
“Now I live in Poland,” said the humorist. According to him, the reason for the move was that he was put on the wanted list by the Belarusian KGB because of jokes about Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko.
“Poles are wonderful people, very hospitable. A little more, and they are in the minority. Let’s make a Polish quarter for them,” Komissarenko joked.
The fact that the comedian was wanted by the KGB of Belarus became known in January 2021. According to the humorist, the source said that they were going to steal him in Moscow and take him out of the country by car.
In January 2021, Slava Komissarenko was banned from performing in Minsk after he publicly criticized the Belarusian leader Alexander Lukashenko and the actions of the security forces during the protests in the country in August 2020, the participants of which did not agree with Lukashenka’s victory in the presidential election.