In Moscow, 49 people were taken to the police station after reporting a mass brawl on Baumanskaya Street. informs press service of the Moscow department of the Ministry of Internal Affairs.
According to the ministry, protocols were drawn up against 15 citizens under the article on petty hooliganism (part 1 of article 20.1 of the Administrative Code), and a preventive conversation was held with the rest of the detainees.
The report of the fight was received by the Moscow Department of the Ministry of Internal Affairs on August 27, but the participants in the conflict fled before the arrival of the police. How writes TASS, citing a law enforcement source, at least 10 people participated in the fight, five of whom are citizens of Central Asian countries. According to the interlocutor of the agency, 12 citizens of Kyrgyzstan, one citizen of Uzbekistan and one citizen of Tajikistan were taken to the police station.
On the blog of Moscow Mayor Sergei Sobyanin highlightsthat in total about 200 people were deported because of the fights. More than 17 thousand citizens were banned from entering the territory of Russia.
On the night of July 13, 2021, a mass brawl took place near the Kuzminki metro station in Moscow. According to various sources, from 50 to 200 people took part in it, mainly from Central Asia. After the fight, several people were hospitalized with stab wounds.
The police detained 103 people. The source of “Interfax” reported that the fight was staged by migrants from Uzbekistan and Kyrgyzstan “on the basis of personal hostility.” On August 19 it became known that 46 detained migrants were deported.
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