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“Both were summoned to the Investigative committee. Although they did not appear on Bolotnaya Square we know the precedents when people would be arrested under similar circumstances,” he said.

Devyatkin got a suspended sentence on counts of involvement in mass unrest after he took part in the National Bolsheviks’ action at a presidential reception office, he said.

The interregional rights association Agora, to which Devyatkin’s wife had turned, told Interfax that employees of the Hebrew Immigrant Aid Society, a partner organization of the Office of the UN High Commissioner for Refugees in Ukraine, has helped both to prepare the documents needed.

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