The conflict in Ukraine has caused divisions within the far-right in Russia. Some view the peoples republics in Donbas, eastern Ukraine, as part of building a greater Russia. But the majority of the far right has opposed them and supported Kyiv in its war. This video shows the divisions within the Russian far-right during the recent marches on National Unity Day in Russia on NOvember 4.
ITAR-Tass reports (with video) that 600,000 people took part in National Unity Day events across Russia, including 75,000 in Moscow. RT.com has an extensive report with photos of the day’s events.
Here is a video of the conflicting, far-right contingents on the Moscow march:
(YouTube link here.)
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