Julia Navalnaya in front of the Russian Embassy in Berlin

Alexei Navalny's widow casts her vote in the Russian presidential election in Berlin. Someone attacked the Russian embassy in Moldova with incendiary devices. More information on the news blog.

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Navalnaya leaves the Russian embassy a few minutes later

6:13 PM: A few minutes later, Navalnaya leaves the Russian embassy again. He explains to waiting journalists: “I wrote the name Navalny on it.” He had called for this protest in the days leading up to it. However, he is yet to respond to questions from journalists. However, as a D-Online reporter observes, it is difficult for them to find a taxi locally.

Navalnaya goes to the Russian embassy to vote

6:03 PM: Under surveillance and through multiple camera lenses, Yulia Navalnaya enters the Russian embassy to vote in the presidential election.

Objector: Walking into the embassy is a strange feeling

2:57 pm: Some demonstrators in Berlin held up posters, while others wore their messages directly on their bodies. The same goes for Irina, who came to the embassy wearing a blue coat with yellow lettering. His shirt reads in English: “End the war and stand with Ukraine.” He has a ban symbol attached to his bag with a portrait of Putin. She tells a T-Online reporter that it worries her that she is now going to enter the embassy in this outfit for the election.

Songs for Navalnaya in Berlin

At least 74 people have been arrested in connection with election protests in Russia

2:29 pm: At least 74 people were arrested during protests during Russia's presidential election, according to civil rights activists. OWD-Info, a Russian civil rights organization that specializes in documenting arrests, said on Sunday the arrests for various protest actions were made in 17 cities, most of them in central Russia's Kazan and the capital Moscow. The election began on Friday and will end on Sunday evening, and Kremlin leader Vladimir Putin is seen as certain to win.

Julia Navalnaya received a standing ovation in Berlin

1:34 pm: Yulia Navalnaya, the widow of slain Kremlin dissident Alexei Navalny, also took part in protests against Russian President Vladimir Putin near her country's embassy in Berlin on Sunday. Navalny's team posted footage on Telegram in the afternoon showing Navalny with spokeswoman Kira Yarmish in the middle of the crowd on Wilhelmstrasse. You can also see Navalnaya being hugged by a woman. The group scrawled the words “lunch against Putin” – the slogan announced for protests during Russia's presidential election, which ended on Sunday.

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