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MOSCOW, October 31 (Itar-Tass) — Nationalist activists will hold their annual Russian March in Moscow’s centre on November 4, one of the action’s organizers, a member of the Opposition Coordination Council, Vladimir Tor, told Itar-Tass on Wednesday.
“The march route will go through the Yakimanskaya and Krymskaya embankments to the Central House of Artists, where the rally will take place,” he said.
Earlier the Moscow mayor office permitted two routes for the Russian March – one in Moscow’s centre and another in Lyublino, southeastern Moscow, where nationalists have repeatedly held their actions.
This year “there will be only one march on November 4 and the organizing committee chose the city centre,” Tor said. “It will gather 10,000 participants.”