As you know, in February 2016, activists began an indefinite protest by blocking Russian trucks at the entrances to Transcarpathian region.Then, several dozen ATO participants, volunteers, activists gathered in front of the village of Nyzhni Vorota in Volovets district to stop commercial vehicles with Russian license plates. The coordinators of the protest, named "Bear’s Blacking," told about the goal of the blocking of Russian trucks at a press conference.
Something like this is happening now in Odesa: these days, Odesa residents began a protest rally in support of Ukrainian sailors detained in the Kerch Strait, the znaj.ua reported. Odesites went out to the streets of the city and began to stop cars with Russian numbers. The citizens are holding their rally under the slogan: "Stop, nobody is going anywhere".
This was reported by the community "Odesa Maidan Self-Defense" on its Facebook page.
According to local media, the protesters have already detained four trucks with Russian registration:
According to the activists, they are detaining drivers of Russian vehicles and plan to exchange them for our captured sailors, who are currently detained in the Crimea.
In the photos: the action "Bear’s Blocking" in Nyzhni Vorota and the flash mob in Odesa.