Pro-Crimean rallies to be held in Moscow
The Gorky Park administration has allowed two public rallies to be held on March 1 in support of the Crimean people.
A rally in support of Russian communities in Ukraine will be held in the "Hyde Park" area of the Gorky Park on Saturday, March 1, according to the park's official website.
A rally with the stated number of up to 2,000 participants will take place from 3 p.m. until 5 p.m., the announcement said.
The second event will be held in between 6 p.m. and 8 p.m. The maximum permitted number of demonstrators is 1,000.
The title of the public rally is: "To express support for the Crimean people and Sevastopol residents following the recent events. A flash mob."