The reason for the massive clash of migrants in the area of the Kuzminki metro station in Moscow was an interethnic conflict. Citizens of Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan and Uzbekistan took part in the fight. This is stated in the text of the court decision on the arrest of one of the participants in the fight.
“On July 12, 2021, from 21:00 to 23:50, a public mass event of citizens of Central Asia (Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Uzbekistan, Turkmenistan) was held in the southeastern part of Moscow in a combination of forms of rally (scanning slogans in national languages) and processions (following along the route: Zelenodolskaya street, 30, building 2, then along Zelenodolskaya street to houses 40-121 / 35 – Kuzminki metro station), not coordinated with the Moscow executive authorities, with the number of participants about 200 people on the basis of national conflict, one of the participants in which was Jyrgalbek U.K. “, – quotes TASS July 14th text of the document.
A day earlier, it became known about a mass brawl of migrants in the area of the Kuzminki metro station. The incident was filmed. The published footage shows that aggressive-minded people entered into skirmishes and ran out onto the roadway, interfering with cars and pedestrians.
On the same day, it was reported that more than 100 foreigners who participated in the mass brawl would be expelled from Russia by a court decision. With regard to the parties to the conflict, protocols were drawn up under articles on violation by a foreign citizen or stateless person of the rules for entering the Russian Federation or the regime of stay in the country, as well as petty hooliganism.
In addition, the Kuzminsky court in Moscow arrested six participants in the fight for 15 days. Materials on other participants in the scuffle will be sent to court in the coming days.
After the incident, the police opened a criminal case under the article “Hooliganism”, adds Gazeta.ru…