Russian President Vladimir Putin has said Saturday’s protests against the release of Kremlin critic Alexei Navalny were illegal and dangerous. In response to a question from students, Putin said no one should be allowed to take illegal action to serve their political interests. Putin said Monday that the magnificent Black Sea Palace accused Naval that I did not.
Arrested more than three thousand
Explain that despite the severe cold and police warnings, thousands of people took to the streets in several Russian cities on Saturday to demand the release of Navalny. Meanwhile, police arrested more than 3,000 people. On the other hand, a colleague close to Navalny has said that from January 31, the Kremlin will once again protest against the release of the critic.
Navlani made serious allegations
Putin, on the other hand, clarified Navalny’s allegations, claiming that the Russian president had built a palace on the shores of the Black Sea at a cost of 100 billion rupees. Putin said the palace had no contact with him and his family. Let us know that Navlani released this video by releasing a video last week. He said there are facilities like pole dance and casino here. The video has been viewed more than 86 million times on YouTube.
I did not accuse
Russian President Vladimir Putin said Monday that Alexei Navalny, a prominent Black Sea Palace monk, had accused the Kremlin of not being his or his family’s. Navalny’s team released a video last week that included his allegations about the palace and has since been viewed more than 86 million times.
Russia should immediately release proponents of the novel: America
The United States has condemned the use of force against supporters and journalists of Alexei Navalny, a Russian opposition leader arrested. The U.S. State Department says the Putin government should immediately and unconditionally release those arrested during Saturday’s protests. Every citizen has the right to do that.