Ukrainian embassy in Moscow pelted with fusees
The action was timed to the second anniversary of tragedy in Odessa
In Moscow, three activists of the "Another Russia" (“Drugaya Rossiya”) party pelted Embassy of Ukraine with lighted fusees. After this they were detained by police, reported "Interfax".
"Three people were arrested and are now in police bus. Probably they will be taken to the police department "Tverskoye ", - said one of the leaders of the" Another Russia "Alexander Averin.
According to his words, activists pelted the embassy of Ukraine with lighted fusees and leaflets. The action was timed to the second anniversary of the tragedy in Odessa.
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