On Saturday, more than 200 protesters against the Ukrainian invasion were detained in 17 Russian cities, according to the OWD-Info portal, which monitors political repression in Russia. According to the AFP agency, all residents were detained at a park in Moscow, including those who did not attend the rally. Since the start of the war in Ukraine, Russian services have detained more than 15,000 people protesting against the occupation of their country.
Saturday marks the 38th day of the Russian invasion Ukraine. In some cities Russia There were protests against military occupation. According to the OWD-Info portal, which monitors political repression in Russia, more than 200 people have been detained in 17 Russian cities – as of 6.00 pm Polish time.
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AFP: Everyone who was there was detained in a Moscow park
IN Petersburg Two journalists were arrested. At Moscow’s Jariatze Park, all detainees were detained, including those sitting on benches and those not participating in the protests. More than 30 police cars are parked around the park, according to the AFP agency.
As OWD-Info noted, there is information that lawyers are not allowed to protest. Since the start of the war in Ukraine on February 24, Russian services have detained more than 15,350 Russian residents against the occupation of their country, the portal said. Russia has a law that provides for up to 15 years in prison for defaming the actions of the Russian military in Ukraine.
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