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ARKHANGELSK, November 16 (Itar-Tass) — A 29 year-old resident of Severodvinsk, Pavel Zorev, was sentenced to 90 hours of obligatory work for placement of Nazi symbols in a social network.
The investigation reported that in February – March of the current year, Zorev placed on his page in VKontakte social network several pictures and drawings carrying Nazi attributes and symbols, and which contained texts of Nazi and fascist ideology.
“The page also contained negative emotional comments, which stimulate aggressive actions against certain ethnic groups,” press service of Arkhangelsk region’s Prosecutor’s Office said on Friday.