Arrests of soldiers’ wives during protests in Russia

In Yekaterinburg, police officers arrested five people while they were laying flowers at a soldiers’ memorial, as reported by the civil rights platform OWD-Info. Meanwhile, in Moscow, two individuals were taken to the police station before being released. These protests were organized by the “Putj domoi” (“Way Home”) movement to pay tribute to fallen Soviet soldiers of World War II.

These events took place during the tenth demonstration against Russian President Vladimir Putin’s war against Ukraine. The protests resulted in a heavy police presence at the Kremlin Tomb of the Unknown Soldier, where participants laid flowers and honored fallen soldiers. Prior to the event, authorities had warned against participating in the protest and stated that it could violate the law.

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