Hundreds of Vilnius residents took part in a march in memory of murdered Russian opposition activist Boris Nemtsov, expressing solidarity with people attending an opposition march in Moscow.
Eisena skirta pagerbti Borisą Nemcovą ir rusijos opziciją
© DELFI / Mindaugas Ažušilis

Carrying Russian, Lithuanian and Ukrainian flags, around 400 people started the march near the Russian Embassy in Vilnius where they lit candles and laid flowers in memory of Nemtsov.

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