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.


What do you think, the released activists will have to say at their press conference?

 

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