About 1 million may gather near Kremlin for anti-xenophobia rally
Organizers of the rally against xenophobia, which is to be held in Moscow on Manezhnaya Square near the Kremlin say that as many as one million people will participate.
This was reported by one of the organizers of the rally, spokesman for the Russian Congress of People of the Caucasus, Abakar Abakarov. Natives from the North Caucasus, republics of Central Asia and the Volga region are said to take part in the action.
A series of protest actions against the oppression of Muslims has recently taken place in the city of Kazan.
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