In the center of Moscow, protesters blocked traffic

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Participants in unauthorized actions in Moscow took to the streets of Dmitrovka, Pokrovka, Petrovsky Boulevard and block the movement of ground and personal vehicles. This was reported in the press service of the Department of Transport of the capital on Saturday, January 23.

“The routes of buses No. A, m10, 15 and 38 have been temporarily changed,” the department said.

According to the ministry, the protesters blocked the roadway on Strastnoy Boulevard. Because of the protesters, buses No. A, M10 and 15 are delayed.

“We earnestly ask you not to block the movement of personal and public transport,” the Department of Transport said.

In its Telegram channel, the department notes that buses on city routes in the area of ​​Manezhnaya and Pushkin squares, Tverskaya streets move with significant difficulties. More than 30 buses run with delays of up to 20 minutes from 13:00. This hinders the movement of more than 20 thousand people.

Earlier on Saturday, it was reported that, according to the service “Yandex. Traffic”, due to an uncoordinated action in Moscow, traffic jams reached 5 points.

In different cities of Russia on January 23, uncoordinated actions take place. Several dozen people were detained in Moscow and St. Petersburg, including children. One of the detainees is a 17-year-old girl who handed out leaflets.

The day before, the hashtag #ChildrenVnePolitiki was launched on the Internet to ensure the safety of minors in connection with calls for unauthorized protests.

Previously, the authorities have repeatedly reminded that the involvement of minors in riots is punishable by law. At the same time, a video appeared on social networks in which protesters beat a man during an unauthorized rally in the capital.

The Ministry of Internal Affairs of Russia said that they would investigate and give a legal assessment of the facts of provocations or disobedience to the demands of law enforcement officials at unauthorized rallies on January 23.

On the eve of the Investigative Committee of Russia opened a criminal case on the involvement of minors in illegal actions on the facts of calls for participation in the protests.

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