In the west of the capital, 49 foreign citizens were detained, who threatened to kill children, trying to drive them away from the football ground.
This is reported by TASS with reference to law enforcement agencies. According to reports, local residents contacted the police. They explained that the migrants chased the children off the football field, threatening them and their parents.
In response to the complaint, law enforcement officers carried out “preventive measures”, as a result of which 49 people were detained. Under several articles of the Code of Administrative Offenses, 26 protocols were drawn up for petty hooliganism, violation of the rules for entry or stay in the Russian Federation by stateless persons and disobedience to the demand of police officers.
Earlier in Moscow, the police detained migrants who had not allowed children on the football field for seven years.