The police detained 27 people at the event of women mobilized by Russians iRADIO

The police detained 27 people at the event of women mobilized by Russians iRADIO
The police detained 27 people at the event of women mobilized by Russians iRADIO
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On Saturday, the Russian police detained 27 people near the Kremlin who came there for the action of the wives of mobilized Russians from the Put Domoy (Way Home) movement. Among them are journalists, including those from foreign media. This is reported by the Russian-language BBC service with reference to the independent portal Sota and the human rights project OVD Info.



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4:42 p.m February 3, 2024

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Russian police detained 27 people near the Kremlin on Saturday (illustrative photo) | Source: Photobank Profimedia

Several dozen people gathered at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier in Alexandrovsky Garden near the Kremlin for a rally called by the Way Home. Relatives of Russians taken to the war in Ukraine are demanding that their loved ones return from the front.

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According to Sota, the police detained practically all male journalists, including representatives of the AFP agency or the German weekly Der Spiegel. She dismissed some of them again.

Later, representatives of the Way to Home moved in front of the election staff of Russian President Vladimir Putin, who is running for re-election in the March presidential elections. There, the police continued to arrest those men they had not arrested earlier, Sota said.

The BBC recalls that at the end of last November, the people of the Way Home, who initially united around the Telegram channel of the same name, tried to organize protest actions with the aim of demobilizing the Russians who had been conscripted a year earlier to the war in Ukraine.

However, the Russian authorities did not give them permission to organize such gatherings, citing the epidemic measures introduced during the covid-19 pandemic. After that, representatives of the movement began to bring flowers to the grave of the unknown soldier at the Kremlin walls every week.

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