During recent protests organized by relatives of the war in Ukraine, police in Moscow and Yekaterinburg mobilized to respond to activists. In Yekaterinburg, plainclothes police officers arrested five individuals while they were laying flowers at the soldiers’ monument, according to the civil rights platform OVD-Info. Meanwhile, two people were taken into custody in Moscow before being released, as reported by the Internet portal Sota. These protests were held in honor of Soviet soldiers who fell during World War II and were organized by the movement “Putj domoi” (“The Way Home”).
In Moscow, protesters gathered at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier in the Kremlin, resulting in a heavy police presence. Authorities had previously warned against participating in the protest, stating that it could violate the law. The tenth demonstration against Kremlin chief Vladimir Putin’s war against Ukraine took place during these protests.
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