Source Pravda.Ru

Britons support Russia's move to arrest Greenpeace activists

 

The British supported Russia's actions against activists of Greenpeace, who were arrested in Russia.

The readers of The Daily Mail believe that Moscow made the right decision, and the "greens" should be held accountable for their provocative act.

In particular, one of the readers wrote that he loved Russia for its determination to solve all problems immediately."

On September 18, Greenpeace activists tried to climb Prirazlomnaja oil rig, but Russian border guards stopped their activities.

A piracy case was filed in connection with the incident. The article suggests up to 15 years in prison.

 

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