Russian youngsters support Georgian 'fight for democracy'
Demonstrators said they were protesting against what they call the “anti-democratic regime” of president Mikhail Saakashvili.
Moral support for Georgians, who want to fight for their rights and democracy, was also declared.
Many were wearing gas-masks as a reminder of the violent clashes that took place on November the 7th in the Georgian capital when police dispersed an opposition rally.
“Nashi” is a Kremlin-funded youth movement, which has over 100,000 members.