Over the past day, on May 9, in Odessa, patrol officers detained five people with Soviet and Russian symbols.
People with forbidden symbols were found in different parts of the city. All of them were detained by law enforcement officers and taken to the police station.
This was announced by the speaker of the Patrol Police of the Odessa region Alla Marchenko.
He learns that in the Kievsky district of the city a man was dressed in a USSR T-shirt. Flags with the inscription “Glory to Russia” were found near a resident of the Suvorov District. In the Malinovsky district, two people listened loudly to the Russian anthem.
In total, during the period of the extended curfew in Odessa and the region, patrol police detained 34 violators.
As reported, the Russian invaders on Monday, May 9, fired seven rockets at Odessa. As a result, one person died and five others were injured. In particular, the Russians “demilitarized” an enterprise that had nothing to do with military infrastructure.