Vladimir Kara-Mursa, a leading Kremlin critic who survived two poisoning attempts, aired an interview with CNN in broad daylight in front of his apartment building in Moscow on Monday. He said the Russian “occupation” of Ukraine would eventually lead to. To the fall of Vladimir Putin’s regime.
“Vladimir Kara-Mursa was detained by police near his home in Moscow. It is not yet clear why,” Russian opposition politician Ilya Iazzy wrote on Twitter. He noted CNN He learned about the detention from Kara-Mursa’s lawyer.
The Russian state news agency RIA Novosti quoted Kara-Mursa as saying that his lawyer, Vadim Prokhorov, was in custody. Prohorov told RIA Novosti, “I just found out about his detention and I can not say more details.
The interview with Kara-Mursa aired on CNN + on Monday on “Big Picture with Sarah Sidner”, and the opposition condemned what he called Russian President Vladimir Putin’s “occupation” of Ukraine. Kara-Mursa said he hoped the war in Ukraine would eventually end Putin’s rule.
“I have no doubt that Putin’s regime will end because of this war in Ukraine. That does not mean it will happen tomorrow. The two main questions are time and price, and I do not mean money – I mean the price of human blood and human lives and it is already terrible, but Putin’s regime will end because of it and there will be a democratic Russia. After Putin, “Kara-Mursa told CNN.
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