There were large-scale demonstrations in many parts of Russia the day before yesterday in support of opposition leader navarni, who was arrested after returning home. At least 3, Zaharova, a spokesman for the Russian Foreign Ministry, said the night before yesterday that the Russian Foreign Ministry had urgently summoned US diplomats in Russia. Russia asked US diplomats to explain the time and place of demonstrations in major cities announced by the US embassy on that day. The Kremlin and the Russian Foreign Ministry also issued a statement firmly opposing the US embassy’s interference in Russia’s internal affairs.
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The statement pointed out that despite Russia’s opposition, the US embassy wantonly incited violent activities in Russia, and even tried to involve minors in these illegal gatherings. All kinds of us actions will have a serious negative impact on the relations between the two countries.
Both Moscow and St. Petersburg supported navarni’s protest the day before yesterday. The protestors clashed with the police, and dozens of police were injured. In Moscow, a protester attacked a vehicle which is said to belong to the security department, punched and kicked the vehicle, smashed the windows. The Russian news agency also reported that the driver’s “eyes were dug out”, but a security official told the agency “Details are being clarified at present,” he said
There was also violence in St. Petersburg, where the marchers clashed with the police and the attackers were subsequently arrested.
In addition to Moscow and St. Petersburg, cities such as Novosibirsk, Krasnoyarsk, Omsk, Irkutsk, Tomsk and ulanwood also have protest rallies with different numbers of participants. Russia’s Ministry of interior and the general procuratorate have previously indicated that the relevant processions and rallies have not been approved, and Russia’s network regulatory agencies have also asked to block online information calling on the public to participate in the processions and rallies Comprehensive report