On November 10, the Femen movement representatives organized another naked rally, this time at the Arc de Triomphe in Paris, according to BFM TV channel.
The rally is timed to the main ceremony dedicated to the centenary of the end of the First World War, which should bring together about 70 heads of states from around the world.
The girls were holding posters with the words "Imaginary Peacemakers, Real Dictators", "Welcome, War Criminals," saying that most of the officials that will arrive are in fact dictators and neglect the rights of people.
The Femen members were immediately taken away by the police.
Earlier, it was reported that the President of Ukraine will visit Paris on November 11 on the occasion of the 100th anniversary of the end of the First World War.
Earlier one of the founders of the Ukrainian radical feminist activist group Femen Oksana Shachko committed suicide in Paris as Telegram channel Paris Burns reported.
'Oksana Shachko (one of the Femen founders) committed suicide on July 23 in her Paris apartments. French police have taken her body for the examinations. Oksana left a note in English addressed to the Paris bohemians with which she closely negotiated the last time 'all of you are fake',' the message said.
Oksana Shachko was born in Khmelnytsky on January 31, 1987. Along with Anna Hutsol and Oleksandra Shevchenko, she founded Femen in April 2008.