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MOSCOW, May 21 (Itar-Tass) — The so-called “camp” of the opposition continues to operate in Arbat Street. There are about 15 activists there. They sit near the monument to Bulat Okudzhava with no slogans, no chants, no posters. The situation is calm, no police forces are observed in the vicinity.
Meanwhile, opposition “camp” at the Andrei Sakharov museum and community has ceased to exist. As of 08:30. Moscow time, there were no people in the park near the Sakharov museum and community centre where a freedom festival was held on May 18-19 and opposition members were gathering. The square is absolutely empty. Only white ribbons tied around the flower beds and white balloons are the signs of the recent presence of the opposition there.