Photo: Ilya Pitalev / RIA Novosti
Procession of nationalists “Russian March” took place in Moscow’s Lyublino district. It was attended by several dozen people, reports TASS.
The event was coordinated by the authorities of the capital. The marchers walked columns from the street Pererva metro station “Lublin”. Traffic on this route was blocked. It is noted that no accidents of shares not registered.
“Russian marches” are traditionally held in Moscow on 4 November, national unity Day, representatives of Russian nationalist organizations and movements. The largest March took place in 2011 — according to various estimates, it was visited by from 10 to 25 thousand people. The first such event was held in 2005.
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