Russian activists are demanding that Ukrainian singer Ani Lorak be recognized as a foreign agent. The singer’s concerts have already begun to be canceled.
Public activists believe that the artist is trying to sit on two chairs at the same time. That’s why they sent their appeal to the Attorney General’s Office, the SHOT Telegram channel reports.
Earlier, Krasnodar Mayor Evgeny Naumov announced the cancellation of Ani Lorak’s concert. According to the politician, the inhabitants of the city are against people who declare their love for the ruling authorities in Ukraine, who are fighting against Russia, putting on a show in local places.
Subsequently, the show was also canceled in Rostov. Voronezh could be next on the list.
In response, the singer denied the information about the provision of military assistance. Lorak added that she raised funds solely for the provision of humanitarian aid to the population affected by the conflict.
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