Amnesty International Moscow office resumes its work
Human rights group Amnesty International said on Friday it could start working again from its Moscow office after the city authorities, who earlier this month evicted the group, made a U-turn and agreed to a new lease, Reuters.
Amnesty's Europe director John Dalhuisen wrote on social media: "Amnesty Moscow office opened and a new lease signed today. Back to work."
Earlier, Amnesty International Moscow office was blocked
by Moscow municipal officials.