The driver of a car with a flashing light received an eye injury during an unauthorized rally in the center of Moscow. This was reported on Saturday, January 23rd, by TASS, citing a source in law enforcement agencies.
“The driver of the car, which belongs to the central office of the FSB, received an eye injury during an uncoordinated rally on Tsvetnoy Boulevard in Moscow,” said the source.
On the same day, it was reported that participants in an unauthorized action attacked a car with AMP numbers in the center of Moscow. Published footage showed protesters kicking and throwing snowballs at her.
Also on January 23, it became known that participants in unauthorized actions in Moscow took to the streets of Dmitrovka, Pokrovka, Petrovsky Boulevard and blocked the movement of ground and personal transport.
In addition, 19 people with coronavirus came to an unauthorized rally in Moscow on Saturday. As reported on the website of the Department of Health, facts of violation of quarantine and mandatory self-isolation were recorded in relation to these persons.
Law enforcement officers, in turn, handed out masks to the protesters in Moscow to protect them from the coronavirus. Through a loudspeaker, citizens were reminded of the need to comply with preventive measures and a safe distance.
Uncoordinated rallies are held in different cities of Russia on 23 January.
Several dozen people were detained in Moscow and St. Petersburg. It is known that there are children among the detainees. One of the detainees is a 17-year-old girl who handed out leaflets. Previously, the authorities have repeatedly reminded that the involvement of minors in riots is punishable by law.