MOSCOW (QHA) -

Russian opposition activists protested in Moscow in the framework of the "Strategy-30" campaign in support of Ukrainian political prisoners held in the prisons of the Russian Federation and in the occupied Crimea, Olgizza Vyshnevetskaya reported on Facebook.

The activists brought with them posters with the names of the political prisoners and cases fabricated against them.




Within the framework of the Strategy-30 campaign, Russian opposition activists hold the "Political Prisoner Day" on the 30th day of each month. They go to peaceful actions, demanding release of political prisoners, stop Russian aggression against Ukraine, and also de-occupy Crimea.

Earlier, on July 18 in St. Petersburg, activists held pickets in support of Crimean Tatars imprisoned on political grounds, who are in the so-called "Sentsov List".

QHA