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MOSCOW, November 4. /TASS/. Around 75,000 people have participated in a march in central Moscow within action under the motto “We Are United,” the press service of Moscow police department said on Tuesday.
The marchers went down on Tverskaya Street on the occasion of National Unity Day celebrated in Russia on November 4. Drummers in red uniforms and busby were beating drums ahead of the march. The first line of demonstrators was carrying a poster with slogan saying “We Are United” unrolled across the whole street.
Many flags of parties, regions and public organizations were flying over multi-thousand column of marchers. Flags of the self-proclaimed Donetsk and Luhansk People’s Republics were seen among them.
Many participants put on St. George’s Ribbons, one of most recognized and respected symbols of military valor in modern Russia. A group of marchers were carrying a 25-meter-long St. George’s Ribbon. People were holding posters saying “We Are United,” “Our Force Is In Unity,” “There Are Many of us, but the Motherland Is Common,” “No to Fascism,” “Putin, We Are with You” and “Bear Is the Master in the Taiga."