Moscow mayor’s office annuls its permission on holding protest in Moscow on 21st anniversary of Khojaly genocide - UPDATED

Moscow mayor’s office annuls its permission on holding protest in Moscow on 21st anniversary of Khojaly genocide - <span style="color: red;">UPDATED
# 21 February 2013 12:21 (UTC +04:00)

Pasha Alev said that a representative of the society has been today summoned to the Tagansky district prefecture of Moscow mayor’s office.

Noting that the mayor’s office has annulled its permission on holding the protest, Alev said that the reason was the interference in internal affair of another country: “The letter was sent to us by authorized representative of Tagansky district prefecture Lebedev, which permits us to hold peaceful protest at Yauza Gate square Febraury 24. Today, they have annulled that permission. They say the interference in internal affair of another country is unacceptable.”

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Moscow. Farid Akberov – APA. A protest will be held in Russia’s capital on the 21st anniversary of Khojaly genocide. APA’s Moscow correspondent reports that the protest has been organized by Azerbaijani-Jewish friendship society.

According to information that obtained by APA’s Moscow correspondent, the city mayor’s office has already given permission for the organizers to hold protest. In a letter of response sent by the Moscow mayor’s office, it is said that a protest on the 21st anniversary of Khojaly genocide was permitted to hold at Yauza Gate square near the metro “China Town” on Febraury 24.

The protest will start at 15 00.

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