The Preobrazhensky District Court of Moscow ruled to expel from Russia 14 natives of Central Asia who were detained after a mass brawl in the Sokolniki area. About it informs TASS with reference to the source and the press service of the court.
The detainees were found guilty under Part 2 of Art. 18.10 of the Administrative Code (violation of labor activity by a foreigner on the territory of Moscow) and was fined 5 thousand rubles each. Eight of them were also fined 1,000 rubles for petty hooliganism (Article 20.1 of the Administrative Code).
A fight on Babaevskaya Street in eastern Moscow took place on August 29. In the capital’s headquarters of the Ministry of Internal Affairs reported, which amounted to 169 reports of petty hooliganism. The participants in the fight wanted to hide from the police in the hostel, but they were detained. The security officials were summoned because of the accumulation of migrants who behaved “aggressively” and “sorted things out on a raised voice.” By data REN TV, we are talking about a mass brawl, the number of its participants is unknown.
In the summer in Moscow, cases of mass fights with the participation of migrants became more frequent. In July, 200 people fought in Kuzminki. Most of them were detained, more than 40 people deported… A case was initiated against eight under Art. 213 of the Criminal Code (hooliganism). On August 27, a fight broke out on Baumanskaya Street, and 49 people were taken to the OVD. Mayor Sergei Sobyanin reportedthat because of the fights, about 200 people have already been deported from Russia, another 17.5 thousand citizens were banned from entering the Russian Federation.
Press Secretary of the President of Russia Dmitry Peskov earlier statedthat the Kremlin is not inclined to view the participation of migrants in mass fights as an important problem. According to him, conflicts occur in all countries, including Russia, and “if these conflicts are associated with violation of current legislation, then the migration service and law enforcement agencies take appropriate measures in relation to the participants in these conflicts.”
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