Moscow police warned about responsibility for participation in unauthorized actions

The Main Directorate of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Moscow, in connection with the spread of calls on the Web to participate in unauthorized actions on September 25, warned of responsibility. This is stated in the message of the headquarters of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of the capital, published on Friday, September 24.

“The Main Directorate of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Russia in Moscow warns of liability for participation in unauthorized actions in connection with the dissemination of calls on the Internet to participate in unauthorized actions on September 25 in Moscow,” the department noted.

In the capital’s headquarters of the Ministry of Internal Affairs, they recalled that responsibility is provided for participation in unauthorized actions. In addition, attempts to carry them out will be regarded as a threat to public order, the actions will be “immediately stopped.”

At the moment, as specified, 30 citizens have already been prosecuted for participating in an illegal action in Moscow on September 20.

Earlier, on April 21, unauthorized actions took place in Moscow and a number of Russian cities. In the evening, about 6 thousand people took part in an uncoordinated event in the capital.

According to the Ministry of Internal Affairs of the Russian Federation, about 1,000 people attended the rally in Novosibirsk, 900 in Omsk, 500 in Irkutsk, and 350 in Vladivostok. The procession in Barnaul gathered 150 participants, and 100 people came out in Petrozavodsk and Murmansk.

The day before, the Interior Ministry had warned about the illegality of the actions. The department recalled that restrictive measures are in force in the regions aimed at countering the spread of COVID-19.

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