In Moscow, the activists were detained for the Ukrainian anthem. According to Oleg Mokryakov, one of the detainees, the police bus blocked the road for their car. The unknown in camouflage demanded that activists get out of the car and sit in the police bus.
The detainees Oleg Mokryakov, Catherine Maldon, Ivan Dudko and Alexander Ageev, a journalist from Grani.Ru were taken to the police department "Printers". There is also the information that the detainees were singing the anthem of Ukraine.
It is to be noted that in the Jail No6, in particular, there is Nadiya Savchenko, the Ukrainian prisoner. It has been already a month since she has been on a hunger strike. A month hunger strike has a negative impact on her health. According to her lawyer Mark Feygin, who was finally allowed to meet with his client, she has lost more than 12 kilograms within 32 days and does not feel very good.
Yet Nadiya Savchenko does not give up. She refused to stop the hunger strike, despite the entreaties of lawyers and the appeal of Yulia Tymoshenko.
Savchenko explains it by the fact that she has only one way to deal with the Investigative Committee of the Russian Federation, which ignores law and human rights.
Nadiya Savchenko was taken captive by the LPR terrorists in June, being a volunteer of the Aidar Battalion, a Territorial Defense Battalion of Ukraine. She was illegally transported to the territory of Russia and accused of the murder of the Russian journalists in the Luhansk region of Ukraine.