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Friday, January 19, 2018

The day of wrath: Ministry of foreign Affairs of Russia recommended to Russians abroad to avoid public places

The Ministry of foreign Affairs of Russia issued a warning that urges all citizens of the Russian Federation, who is currently abroad, to be very careful, and today, 30 September, to avoid being in crowded and public places. Cause for concern was announced today by radicals “Day of wrath”.

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The statement was published on the official website of the Russian foreign Ministry.

The document says the calls made from representatives of several organizations, including the Islamic, to the conduct of the September 30 “world day of anger and protest against the resumption of active hostilities in Aleppo, Syria. The office noted that the alleged protests (which they will be held if at all – is not clear yet, but forewarned is forearmed), will be held in conjunction with Friday prayers.

“We do not exclude that the so-calledworld day of anger and protest” can be used by extremist elements in several countries for attacks against Russia and provocations against its citizens”, – informs the Ministry of foreign Affairs.

“The Russians located or residing abroad are advised to exercise 30 Sep reasonable precautions, to refrain from visiting the places where their dignity and safety can be directed any actions”, – is spoken in the Ministry message.

For its part, the Federal tourism Agency has appealed to the tour operators with the request to warn stranded abroad Russians about possible provocations.


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