04 March 2017, 16:53

Screening of "Nemtsov" film in Rostov-on-Don was accompanied by NOD pickets

Activists of the "National Liberation Movement" (known as NOD) held a series of solo pickets in front of the hotel in Rostov-on-Don, where the free screening of the film "Nemtsov" took place.

The "Caucasian Knot" has reported that after the screening of the "Nemtsov" film was announced in Rostov-on-Don, activists of the "Open Russia" movement faced attempts to hamper the event, Anastasia Shevchenko, the regional coordinator of the movement, has stated.

Boris Nemtsov was killed on February 27, 2015, in Moscow. He was one of most prominent opposition politicians in Russia.

The screening took place in one of Rostov-on-Don hotels.

During the screening, NOD activists stood in front of the hotel with posters: "Heroes die at watch, not with a whore on the bridge!" and "Nemtsov and Khodorkovsky are traitors!" Five men in Cossack uniform also stood opposite the hotel, the "Caucasian Knot" correspondent reports.

Full text of the article is available on the Russian page of 24/7 Internet agency ‘Caucasian Knot’.

Author: Konstantin Volgin; Source: CK correspondent

All news

July 16, 2019 17:40

July 16, 2019 17:30

July 16, 2019 14:46

July 16, 2019 14:32

  • Sister of Mozdok resident succeeds in seeking investigation into his beating

    On July 15, Yulia Melnichenko, a resident of Mozdok, held a picket during which she demanded from the authorities to investigate the beating of her brother Rostislav by law enforcers. After Yulia Melnichenko had met the chief of the Investigating Department for North Ossetia of the Investigating Committee of the Russian Federation (ICRF), the investigation into the case on beating was taken over by the department for particularly important cases, reported advocate Andrei Sabinin.

July 16, 2019 11:30

  • Rights defenders criticize EU for deporting Chechen refugees to their homeland

    The practice to deport citizens of Russia, who applied for asylum, including natives of Chechnya, is intensified in Europe, but this does not comply with the principles of the international law, notes human rights defender Svetlana Gannushkina. There are successful examples when the problem of deportation could be solved with the help of human rights defenders, notes journalist Elena Milashina.

News archive