Zhdanov, Director of the Anti-Corruption Foundation, announced that the apartments of the prisoner Navalny and his wife Navalnaya in the capital Moscow and the Anti-Corruption Foundation were searched.
In Russia, it was reported that the police raided the homes of the imprisoned opponent Alexei Navalny and the office of the Anti-Corruption Foundation, which he founded.
Ivan Jdanov, Director of the Anti-Corruption Foundation, which was included in the list of “foreign agent” by the Russian Ministry of Justice, announced on his Twitter account that the apartments of the detainee Navalny and his wife Navalnaya in the capital Moscow and the Anti-Corruption Foundation were searched.
Stating that the police entered the houses by breaking the doors, Jdanov stated that the search was carried out on the grounds that “sanitary and epidemiological rules were violated”.
Demonstration was held for the release of Navalny
In Russia, tens of thousands of people participated in an unauthorized protest for the release of the imprisoned Russian opponent Alexei Navalny on 23 January. It was stated that more than 3 thousand people were detained in demonstrations throughout the country.
Kremlin Spokesperson Dmitriy Peskov had argued that the protests in support of Navalny were “illegal and unacceptable”.
Navalny also announced that the protests will be held again on January 31st.