Activist Natalya Perova was detained in Moscow. A day earlier, she took part in a performance near the building of the Russian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, according to Sota.
According to the publication, Perova’s car was stopped in the general stream, the girl was detained and taken to the Maryina Roshcha police department.
Lyudmila Annenkova, who took part in the action with her, then came to this police department herself. “Annenkov is not allowed to ‘surrender’ to the police station,” the statement said.
Perov and Annenkov May 29 spent anti-war action “We can not wash off the blood.” The girls put on white dresses, stained them with blood-red paint and went out to the building of the Russian Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Moscow.