About 30 people detained at protest against Putin in St. Petersburg

Source : 112 Ukraine

About 250 people took part in such rally in Moscow
18:46, 29 April 2017

112 Agency

In St. Petersburg, about 30 people were detained at the "Tired of him" rally organized by Open Russia, Medusa writes referring to the organizers.

The action was not agreed with the local authorities. About 70-80 people participated in it.

In Moscow, an action against Russian President Vladimir Putin "Tired of him" was held without violations of public order and detentions, TASS writes.

"An unauthorized rally of Open Russia ended in the center of Moscow, in which about 250 people took part, and there were no violations of public order," the press service for the Interior Ministry in Moscow told Tass.

Earlier we reported that rally, called "Tired of him" takes place in Moscow. In fact, this rally is against the current Russian government and Russian President Vladimir Putin. The police is already in place, where people gathered and asked them to disperse.

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