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In Khabarovsk, a rally against the transfer of the Kuril Islands to Japan took place around 250 people
A rally was held in Khabarovsk against the possible transfer of the South Kuril Islands to Japan and the deployment of a nuclear repository for waste from Japanese nuclear power plants in Primorye. About 250 people took part in the action.
According to the press service of the regional branch of the Communist Party, the rally lasted about an hour. Its participants opposed the distribution of Russian lands and the placement in the neighboring region of a nuclear repository, dangerous to human health and the environment. After the rally, protesters marched to the government building of the Khabarovsk Territory and "opposed the anti-popular policies of Russian President Vladimir Putin, Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev and the United Russia party.
Residents of Komsomolsk-on-Amur also supported the All-Russian protest action against the transfer of South Kuriles to Japan. Pickets were held in the city, the participants of which declared the treacherous essence of the very fact of discussing the possibility of transferring or selling the islands.