In Moscow, police detained 20 protesters during action in Nadiya Savchenko's support

Source : 112 Ukraine

Police officer declared to the protesters that action is illegal, and demanded to disband
18:02, 8 March 2016

In Moscow, police detained at least 20 protesters participated in action in support of the Ukrainian pilot Nadiya Savchenko.

It is reported that 15 people were loaded into the first police van that pulled up to the police department "Tverskoy", and 5 people - in the second.

Earlier we reported that Protest against Nadiya Savchenko's imprisonment was held in London

"Interfax" referring to the organizers of the rally reported that a total of 30 people were detained. Police officer declared to the protesters that the action is illegal, and demanded to disband. Once participants have refused to fulfill the requirement, police began to arrest action participants.

In addition, near the metro station "Paveletskaya" a single protester Vladimir Shreydler was detained. He was brought to the police station "Zamoskvorechye" and released after a preventive interview.

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