Supporters of the Russian politician Alexei Navalny in many countries go to a support rally in honor of the politician’s birthday.
This is reported SVTV News.
Actions of solidarity with Navalny and all political prisoners *of the Russian Federation are held in Melbourne, Sydney, Adelaide, Brisbane, Tokyo, Tbilisi, Batumi, Yerevan, Krasnoyarsk, Omsk, Saratov, Yoshkar-Ola, Rostov-on-Don, Kaliningrad, Yekaterinburg, St. Petersburg and Moscow.
Shortly after the start of protests in Moscow on Pushkin Square, arrests began at protests in support of Navalny. One of the first was a man who scattered leaflets on the square, for which he was arrested and taken to a paddy wagon.
In addition, a man came out to the Moscow theater with a poster “Freedom to Navalny”, for which he was detained. Ekaterina Lubyanaya, who was there with a balloon, was also arrested on the square. The woman will be taken to the police department in the Tver region.
Similarly, a girl named Yevgenia Ostapenko came out on Red Square in the Russian capital with a poster “47. Freedom for political prisoners.” The security forces quickly arrested her and took her to the Kitai-Gorod police department.
It does not do without the detention of journalists. Thus, the police arrested Yulia Petrova, a freelance correspondent for RusNews, who was filming a report about a rally in support of Navalny.
The police also check the documents and belongings of passers-by. Bags are checked randomly, mostly the police pay attention to men. If the Russians do not have a passport with them, they are asked to provide a photo of the document.
Cursor also reported that the Ukrainian Defense Ministry published an intriguing video on the counteroffensive.
In addition, it became known how many children the Russians raped in Ukraine.
* – until the complete denazification of the Russian Federation, the editors of the Cursor refuse to show respect for the occupiers and murderers and will write some proper names exclusively and fundamentally with a small letter.