– More than 3,000 people have been arrested by police in Russia over the past three days during protests against the war with Ukraine – The OWD-Info portal, which tracks detainees in Russia, reported on Saturday evening.
– On Saturday evening, protests against the attack on Ukraine took place in 34 Russian cities, OWD-Info journalists said on Twitter.
A large number of detainees, nearly 2,000, were detained on Thursday, the day the Russian invasion began. The German dpa company draws attention to the brutality with which Russian law enforcement forces are dismantling protests by protesters against the military occupation of Ukraine.
The first protests against the invasion of Ukraine took place in Russia within hours of the start of the offensive. On Thursday, a group of protesters gathered in front of the Ukrainian embassy in Moscow. They were arrested by the Russian services. Protests took place on Thursday in dozens of Russian cities. That evening, the number of detainees rose to 700, according to human rights groups, while AFP put the figure at 1.4 thousand. Prisoners.
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