A group of unidentified anti-Russian protesters attack Moscow’s embassy in Kiev, Ukraine to protest Russia’s plans to hold elections in Crimea, annexed by Moscow. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
Anti-Kremlin protesters attack Russian embassy in Kiev
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A group of unidentified anti-Russian protesters attacked Moscow’s embassy in Kiev, Ukraine with fireworks in the early hours of Saturday (September 17).
Wearing balaclavas, the protesters unfurled a banner reading: “Russian pigs you are not welcome here. Today there are fireworks, tomorrow will be Grads,” referring to the rocket-launching system.
They also chanted, “Freedom to prisoners of the Kremlin,” and, “There will be no elections.”
Russia is holding its parliamentary elections this weekend, including, for the first time, in Crimea, annexed from Ukraine by Moscow in 2014.