Witches of Russia sue Tsaritsyno Museum out of international gathering break-up
The guards of the museum-reserve have seen off witches from the building and the park, despite the rent paid.
The Empire of the Strongest Witches filed a lawsuit against the leadership of the Tsaritsyno Museum-Reserve, security guards of which have disrupted an international summit. On the eve, the parties entered into a lease agreement for 73.6 thousand rubles, but the participants were asked to leave just before the start of the event. The management of Tsaritsyno is preparing a retaliatory claim for breach of contract, NTV reports.
Many foreigners flew to the summit on April 6; they sent complaints to the embassies after the obstruction of the event, NSN reports. According to the head of the Russian witches, Alyona Polyn, the Tsaritsyno administration was not interested in the topic of the summit at the conclusion of the contract. The participants were going to discuss “professional” topics and exchange experiences.
Earlier, the Empire of the Strongest Witches suggested that the State Duma legitimize magical services and ban talk shows about magicians that negatively affect public attitudes.
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