More than 3,000 Russians have been arrested in cities around the country
for protesting Russia’s attack against Ukraine.
OVD-Info, a Russian protest monitoring organization, said in a post on
Twitter Saturday afternoon that 3,093 people had been arrested in Russia
for protesting the country's invasion of Ukraine since it began overnight Wednesday.
On Thursday, the first day of the invasion, at least 1,967 Russians were arrested for protesting, per the organization..
The second day saw at least 634 people detained by authorities, OVD-Info reported. On Saturday, at least 492 were arrested for supporting Ukraine.