Russian court in Moscow sentences Navalny to two years and five months in prison More than a thousand people were arrested during the protest

Russian court in Moscow sentences Navalny to two years and five months in prison  More than a thousand people were arrested during the protest

Navalny was charged in 2014 with violating probation while undergoing treatment in Germany in a corruption case. , He faces up to 2 years and 8 months in prison.

The innovative staff is demanding an immediate protest in Moscow In response to the sentencing, Navalny’s team called for an “immediate protest in Moscow.” “Come to the Piazza del Managio soon! Our country is completely outlawed, we must oppose it,” reads a tweet posted by the Anti-Corruption Fund.

Britain demands immediate release Meanwhile, the British government has called for Boris Johnson’s immediate and unconditional release. In a message signed by Foreign Minister Dominique Rabb, London demanded the release of all peace activists and journalists arrested in Russia. “Today’s distorted judgment – targets victims of poisoning instead of those responsible and shows how Russia fails to honor even the most basic commitments required of any responsible member of the international community.”

USA: We will coordinate with allies on the response to Russia The United States will coordinate with its allies to assess ways in which Russia can be held accountable for what happened in the Navalny case. U.S. Secretary of State Anthony Blinken cites thousands of recent arrests.

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