Moscow, August 20 – AIF-Moscow.
Foreign Ministry Spokesman Gen Shuang said that the position and actions of some Western countries regarding anti-government protests in Moscow should be considered an interference in internal affairs, TASS reports.
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Commenting on the situation at the briefing, Shuang noted that "this is a typical interference in the internal politics of Russia, testifying to the hegemony of the West."
The representative of the Chinese Foreign Ministry is confident that the actions of the Russian government to normalize the situation in Moscow are completely legal.
Earlier, Vladimir Putin commented on the protests in Moscow.
Uncoordinated actions took place in the capital on July 27 and August 3. The reason was the refusal to register several candidates for deputies of the Moscow City Duma, in the signature sheets of which they found the signatures of dead people.
Candidates did not appeal against the decisions of the election commissions, but began to convene citizens for illegal rallies. The Investigative Committee opened a criminal case on the organization of riots and the use of violence against government officials.