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He was arrested in Russia after escaping the siege of Leningrad who fought against the war in Ukraine

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Protests against the war took place yesterday RussiaAt least 724 people were arrested.

One of the survivors of his siege protested among them Leningrad.

Yelena Osipova, despite her advanced age, was among the protesters in St. Petersburg, condemning her country’s invasion of Ukraine and, as expected, was appreciated by the people.

In # St. Petersburg, # RussiaPolice in the anti-war area have arrested a well-known man who survived the siege of Leningrad Elena Osipova. # Resistance: pic.twitter.com/QFhPrWKcCo

– Alex Kokcharov (lexAlexKokcharov) March 2, 2022

But this was not an obstacle for the police, who arrested her.

According to the OVD-Info website, a total of 7,586 people have been arrested in Russia since the start of anti-war protests last week.

Russian police arrest anti-war protesters in St. Petersburg. Petersburg on the seventh day of the Russian invasion of Ukraine
A total of 7,000 people have been detained in Russia in protest against the occupation of Ukraine, according to OVD-Info, an independent watchdog group. pic.twitter.com/3Gc0dHB9Yo

– War videos. (xalimne) March 3, 2022

Authorities have been urging people not to attend meetings without permission. These types of demonstrations have been banned again and again, often triggering epidemics.

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