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MOSCOW, October 21 (Itar-Tass) - An application was submitted to the Moscow Mayor's Office on Monday to stage a so-called Russian March in southeastern Moscow on November 4, one of the organizers, leader of the "Russians" movement Dmitry Demushkin told Itar-Tass.
"We have submitted an application to organize a march along Pererva Street and then a concert near the Fatherland Soldier monument," he said, adding that 30,000 people were expected to participate in the march and 20,000 to attend the concert.
Under the law, the Moscow government must consider the application within three working days. A final answer must be given no more than three days before the planned action.
Moscow regional security department chief Alexei Mayorov has confirmed that the notification about the planned Russian March was received. "One application is received. We wait during the day for other applications from other such groups. We'll consider it and give the first answer in accordance with the law within three days," he told Itar-Tass.