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Moscow police have detained 16 young protesters of the unsanctioned picket near the Georgian Embassy in Moscow
Young boys and girls read newspapers being dressed in orange T-shirts picturing U.S. President George W. Bush manipulating with threads Georgian leader Mikhail Saakashvili with a caption “all of them are puppets in crafty and industrious hands.” An hour after their protest began, they were taken to a nearby police department. One of the detainees Igor Boiko told journalists “this is not a picket or protest action – we are just standing and reading newspapers that say Georgia filed a lawsuit against Russia in the European Human Rights Court.” “I believe that Georgia is deprived of its sovereignty and now management from the outside is evident there. The Georgian authorities’ recent actions in relation to Russia are carried out not in the interests of the republic, but in the interests of third countries, including the U.S.,” Boiko said. “We have no sponsors and pictures on our orange T-shirts we printed in a printing house for 200 roubles per shirt,” he said. On March 26, the Georgian Justice Ministry filed a lawsuit in the European Human Right Court over human rights violations during last autumn’ s deportation of Georgians from Russia
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