Czechia holds a march against political murders in Russia
In the Czech city of Brno, a demonstration took place against political murders in Russia. The “Caucasian Knot” correspondent was informed about it by Oksana Chelysheva, one of the organizers of the action and deputy head of the Finnish organization “Society of Russian-Chechen Friendship”.
The demonstrators protested against the recent murders in Moscow of advocate Stanislav Markelov, journalists Anastasiya Baburova and National-Bolshevik Anton Stradymov. In Ms Chelysheva’s words, the action was also aimed against kidnappings and murders committed by Russian power agencies in Northern Caucasus.
According to Oksana Chelysheva, the march was organized by National-Bolsheviks of Czechia and one of local Islamic organizations, who earlier stood against the war in Chechnya.
See earlier reports: ““Memorial” asks Luzhkov to coordinate the route of march in memory of Markelov and Baburova,” “Rally in memory of Markelov and Baburova in Moscow: “They’d stop assassinating us only when thousands flood streets”,” “Finland commemorates Markelov, Baburova and Stradymov.”