Nadezhda Tolokonnikova said she is confident that the punk project Pussy Riot has now gone global.

"This project is now living separately from us and has taken various forms worldwide," Tolokonnikova told Interfax on Wednesday, responding to a question about the punk group's future music activities.

Tolokonnikova said the Pussy Riot members have musical ambitions.

"I would not rule out participation in musical experiments in the future, but I can't give any more details now. We thought about this issue, but we are currently not ready to tell journalists about it," she said.

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