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Police tighten security measures in Moscow due to possible rally, three detained people reported
14:40, 2 April 2017
Police tighten security measures in Moscow due to possible rally, three detained people reported

One of the detained said he was 11th grade student, he went out "to express political protest"

14:40, 2 April 2017

Tass.ru

Moscow police enhance security measures at Manezhnaya Square and Red Square on Sunday due to possible protest action which was not agreed on with city authorities, according to Interfax.

As witnesses report, obstacles were installed near Manezhnaya Square. Police officers are guarding the place.

Metal detectors were also set up near Red Square.

It is noteworthy that Moscow prosecutor’s office warned about negative consequences of participation in uncoordinated mass actions in the center of the city on April 2.

Russian agency Meduza informs that three people were already detained at Manezhnaya Square in Moscow downtown.

As it is reported, one of the detained said he was 11th grade student, he went out "to express political protest". Lots of reporters gathered around him. Another young person got into a beef with the student after some time. He was also detained by police.

"First student detained!" Ilya Varlamov writes on Twitter.

Earlier a person who was having a speech and urging to settle all conflicts in the world was detained at the square.

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