Russian activists held protest in solidarity with "Crimean hostages"
Chain of pickets consisted of more than 10 people, members of democratic organizations
In St. Petersburg, as part of the international campaign of solidarity with the "Crimean hostages" - Oleg Sentsov, Alexander Kolchenko, Gennadiy Afanasiev and others, activists of "Solidarity" organization came to protest action, reports radio "Svoboda".
The chain of pickets, stretched from the Book house to the Vosstaniya Square consisted of more than 10 people, activists of "Solidarity" and other democratic organizations in St. Petersburg. They were holding banners with the words "Freedom to Sergey Litvinov!", "Freedom to Victor Shura!", "Freedom to Oleg Sentsov!", "Freedom to Valentin Vygovsky!" and other inscriptions with the names of citizens of Ukraine who are in Russian prisons on false charges.
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