“Joy, joy, just ordinary human earthly joy! Freedom is just around the corner!” RIA Novosti said.
Earlier, the agency reported that Taxiur was able to leave Ukraine and is now in Lugansk, from where he plans to travel to Moscow.
Recall that the 70-year-old writer, who suffers from cancer, was suspected of treason by the Ukrainian authorities due to criticism of the actions of the Kiev regime and pro-Russian statements. He spent five months in jail and was later released on bail.
Taksyur himself is sure that he was persecuted for dissent. He has repeatedly spoken out in support of the canonical Ukrainian Orthodox Church and against the current government.