In response to protests by relatives of the Ukraine war, both Moscow and Yekaterinburg police have mobilized to deal with activists. In Yekaterinburg, five people were arrested by plainclothes police officers as they laid flowers at a soldiers’ memorial, according to OWD-Info. Meanwhile in Moscow, two individuals were taken into custody before being released, reported Sota. These demonstrations were organized by the “Putj domoi” (“Way Home”) movement to pay tribute to fallen Soviet soldiers of World War II.
The protests in Moscow marked the tenth demonstration against Russian President Vladimir Putin’s ongoing war against Ukraine. Participants laid flowers at the Kremlin Tomb of the Unknown Soldier, resulting in a heavy police presence. Authorities had previously warned against participating in the protest, citing potential legal violations.
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