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 "Stop Russian aggression": protesters in London demanded stiffening sanctions against Russia. PHOTOS

More than 50 activists held a rally in London demanding to impose more severe sanctions against Russia.

As reported by Censor.NET citing Hromadske, the protesters were holding banners reading 'Stop Putin's war in Ukraine', 'Russia, let Ukrainians go', 'Stop Russian lies' and other.

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The protesters say that the U.K. must fulfill its commitments enshrined in the Budapest Memorandum it signed.

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