Detentions took place in Russia at protests against partial mobilization

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According to the human rights project «OVD-Info» (recognized as a foreign agent in Russia), by 21:09 Moscow time, over 743 people were detained in Russia, of which at least 373 were in Moscow, in St. Petersburg — 123.

In the center of Moscow, at an uncoordinated rally against partial mobilization, security forces detained protesters near the Chistye Prudy metro station; and in the Zaryadye park, the Sota telegram channel reports. “Kommersant” citing a correspondent, he writes that in Zaryadye they detained not only active participants in the action, but also those “who are just standing there.”

In St. Petersburg, according to Kommersant — Petersburg”, the protesters were detained on Nevsky Prospekt.

Detentions also took place at the rally in Novosibirsk, RBC-Novosibirsk reports, noting that the number of participants was about a hundred people. Security forces detained protesters in Irkutsk, Izhevsk, Tomsk, Perm, Volgograd, Saratov, Khabarovsk, Tver, — in 27 cities in total.

RBC sent inquiries to the Moscow Main Internal Affairs Directorate and the Ministry of Internal Affairs.

The day before, the Moscow prosecutor's office issued a warning urging citizens not to go to unapproved rallies and recalled that participants may face administrative and criminal liability. The Metropolitan Ministry of Internal Affairs also declared “the inadmissibility of participation in uncoordinated public events.”

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The prosecutor's office issued a similar warning on September 21, the day the partial mobilization was announced in Russia. Then, according to human rights activists, more than 1,380 people were detained at protests around the country. The Ministry of Internal Affairs reported an “extremely small number of participants”.

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