Source Pravda.Ru

Released Greenpeace activists to give press conference

Andrei Allakhverdov and eleven other activists of Greenpeace, who were released on bail following the ruling of a court of St.Petersburg, will hold a press conference two days after their release, the press secretary of Greenpeace Russia's office in St. Petersburg, Violetta Ryabko said.

On November 18, a court of St. Petersburg decided to release three Russian citizens - Ekaterina Zaspa, Denis Sinyakov and Andrei Allakhverdov - on 2-million-ruble bail each. The day after, nine other foreign environmentalists were released on bail as well.


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