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MOSCOW, September 14 (Itar-Tass) — About 7,000 policemen, Interior Ministry troops and public order squads will be mobilized to ensure public order and security during the opposition march and rally in Moscow on Saturday, the Moscow police press service told Itar-Tass.
The mass events with the participation of 25,000 people (as the organizers expect) are planned in the city for September 15.
The march is planned to begin at 14:00. The demonstrators will go from the crossing of Strastnoi Boulevard and Bolshaya Dmitrovka Street along the Strastnoi, Petrovsky, Rozhdestvensky and Sretensky public walks to Turgenevskaya Square. The rally will begin at 16:00 on Akademik Sakharov Avenue, right on the road.
People will go for the protest action through 59 metal detector frames.
Moscow police ask citizens to be vigilant. "If you notice suspicious people in a crowd or some things left at the sites of the mass meetings, immediately report it to policemen," the press service said.
Citizens are also asked not to yield to provocations of some persons trying to use demonstrators for their unlawful purposes, the press service noted.