Three people were detained in Yekaterinburg, who took part in anti-war pickets. This is reported by OVD-Info and Vecherniye Vedomosti.
The activist Tatyana Kamchatova was the first to be detained, she stood on Lenin Square with a poster “Peace to the world. No war”. According to OVD-Info, she was later released from the police department with a protocol on “discrediting” the army (Part 1 of Article 20.3.3 of the Code of Administrative Offenses).
In the park of the 50th anniversary VLKSM detained two girls – Anna and Nadezhda Sayfutdinov. As Vecherniye Vedomosti writes, women from Yekaterinburg went to a group picket, both of them had “Peace to the world” written on their posters. Now the activists are in the police department in the Leninsky district of the city, it is not known what they are charged with.