Russian March allowed in Moscow


Moscow town council refuted the information that the Russian March would not be held on October 23. Leader of the association Russians Dmitri Dyomushkin announced that it had been forbidden earlier. The city administration received eight applications for the action and two of them have already been satisfied. The action is appointed for November 4. Dyomushkin’s group may join any of the two manifestations if they inform the town council about it, head of Moscow regional security department Aleksei Mayorov said.

Nationalists sent several applications for the match expecting at least one of them to be allowed but it did not happen, Dyomushkin said on Thursday. The refusal was explained by the great number of applications, Dyomushkin claimed. The town council was said to announce them contradictory, BBC reports.