Around 15,000 gather in Moscow for rally to support Crimea, against fascism - Interior Ministry

Around 15,000 people gathered for the rally in support of Crimea and against fascism in central Moscow on Saturday, the press office of the Russian Interior Ministry's Main department for Moscow said.

Around 15,000 people gathered for the rally in support of Crimea and against fascism in central Moscow on Saturday, the press office of the Russian Interior Ministry's Main department for Moscow said.

This information has been posted on the Moscow police website.

The march started from Trubnaya Square - march participants headed by an orchestra move from Trubnaya Square towards Revolutsii (Revolution) Square, the Interfax correspondent reported.

People are holding Russian flags, flags of the United Russia party, the Officers of Russia movement and other organizations.

Also around 3,000 people rally in central Moscow against Crimea joining Russia.

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