5 April 2020

Police warn against calls for unauthorized rallies

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Moscow police have issued a warning pointing out that calls for unauthorized rallies in the city are unacceptable, a spokesperson for the Interior Ministry’s Main Moscow Department stated. reports citing Tass.

"Despite repeated warnings, some Internet users continue to call on people to join in unauthorized rallies in the city center. We would like to make an official warning that such calls and participation in this sort of activities are punishable under the law," the spokesperson said.

According to him, an authorized rally will take place on Sakharov Square on August 10.

"Attempts to conduct an unsanctioned public activity, as well as any provocations, will be considered as a threat to public order and will be immediately suppressed. In this situation, threats to people’s safety are emerging," the spokesperson added.

He also noted that police requested demonstrators to obey traffic rules and avoid walking into traffic.

2019.08.09 / 12:36
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