Rallies scheduled for Moscow from October 31 through November 7

Various rallies are scheduled in Moscow from October 31 through November 7, as follows:

Friday, October 31: Rally of about 500 people at Mayakovskaya Metro Station at 19:00 (7 pm).

Sunday, November 2: Rally of about 1000 people at 19:00 (7 pm) at Suvorovskaya Square near Novoslobodskaya Metro Station

Tuesday, November 4: A march of up to 10,000 people from 12:00 noon to 17:00 (5 pm) in Lublino District, between the Lublino and Bratislavskaya metro stations. The march will begin at Pererva Street at 12:00 and end at the National Soldier Monument on Lublinskaya Street, near the Bratislavskaya Metro, then stage a rally and hold a rock concert in Lyublino.

Tuesday, November 4: A march of up to 5,000 people from 12:00 noon to 17:00 (5 pm) on Marshal Vasilevskiy Street between Schukinskaya metro station and Oktyabrskaya metro station.

Tuesday, November 4: A rally of up to 20,000 people to mark National Unit Day

Thursday, November 6: A smaller protest group at 19:00 (7 pm) at Manezhnaya Square near the Kremlin.

Friday, November 7: A rally of up to 20,000 people from 14:00 (2 pm) to 17:00 (5 pm) at Pushkin Square (Pushkin Monument) and Tverskoy Boulevard.

Travellers may encounter traffic problems in these areas. Sitata reminds travellers to minimize safety risk by avoiding public and political gatherings and demonstrations in any city. In some countries, it is against the law for foreigners to participate in any demonstration or protest.

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