A participant of a video filmed in Yerevan who threw flowers on the asphalt with the words: "Grave for Ramzan Kadyrov." Screenshot of the video from  Senik Muradyan's page on Facebook (the activities of the Meta Company, owning Facebook, Instagram, and WhatsApp, are banned in Russia)

09 December 2023, 22:55

Female foreigner apologizes for brawl in Yerevan streets and "a grave for Kadyrov"

In Yerevan, policemen have detained two foreigners on suspicion of hooliganism and damage to property. This was preceded by posting a video in which the woman apologized to Armenian people for the brawl in Yerevan and her words "Grave for Ramzan Kadyrov."

The "Caucasian Knot" has reported that the residents of Russia, who left for Armenia after the announcement of mobilization, said in September 2022 that their main difficulties arose when crossing the Russian-Georgian border due to huge queues.

On December 8, two foreign citizens staged unrest in Yerevan streets filming their actions on camera and posting the video online. In one of the videos, a girl in Russian calls on a guy to throw fruits laid out on the counter of a street shop. The guy responds by throwing fruit around.

In another video, young men are bullying an elderly woman.

In still another video, the girl encourages off-screen the guy to take bouquets of flowers "and hit the saleswoman in the head, or just pull the flowers out of pots and throw them on the asphalt." The guy pulls out bouquets of flowers and throws them on the asphalt with the words: "Grave for Ramzan Kadyrov," then knocks over other bouquets and tramples them underfoot.

Armenian Facebook* users have called on law enforcers to urgently find and punish the rowdies. After these calls, a video was posted in which the girl kneeled asks for forgiveness "from the entire Armenian people." After that, she posted a video in which she showed her shaved head.

In the video, the girl admits her guilt. "These people treated me quite humanely. They could have knocked out my teeth, broken all my equipment and my legs, but they only shaved my head. They didn't beat me, they just made me apologize," she has noted.

*On March 21, 2022, the Tverskoi Court of Moscow banned the activities in Russia of the Meta Company, owning the Facebook, Instagram, and WhatsApp, in connection with extremist activities.

This article was originally published on the Russian page of 24/7 Internet agency ‘Caucasian Knot’ on December 9, 2023 at 04:27 pm MSK. To access the full text of the article, click here.

Author: Armine Martirosyan Source: СK correspondent

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