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Tens of thousands of Czechs rallied in Prague against the anti-Russian policy of the authorities

Czech Republic (bbabo.net), - Tens of thousands of people gathered on Prague's Wenceslas Square for the third anti-government demonstration organized by the "Czech Republic First" movement. This was reported today, October 28, by local media.

It is noted that in addition to the resignation of the current government, the demonstrators demand that the Czech Republic stop providing military assistance to Ukraine and maintain political neutrality, as well as start negotiations with Russia on the supply of cheap gas. The protesters also advocate the departure of all Ukrainian refugees after the end of the war.

In addition, those gathered on the square demand the release of the Czech industry from dependence on foreign companies, and also advocate the adoption of measures aimed at overcoming the crisis and priority assistance to Czech citizens. According to police estimates, the action attracted "tens of thousands of participants."

Recall that for the first time the rally "The Czech Republic in the first place" was held in the center of Prague on September 3, bringing together about 70 thousand participants. The second rally took place on September 28 and was almost as massive. At the same time, Czech Prime Minister Petr Fiala and other members of the government call the organizers of the demonstrations "members of the Russian fifth column" and "fear merchants."

Tens of thousands of Czechs rallied in Prague against the anti-Russian policy of the authorities