Argentina asks to deport four fans because of fight in Nizhny Novgorod
Seven Argentine citizens have been brought to justice.
The government of Argentina asks the Russian authorities to detain and deport four Argentine fans who participated in a fight in Nizhny Novgorod. Security Minister of Argentina Patricia Bullrich wrote this in her Twitter account.
According to her, the four Argentine citizens who participated in the fight were identified through a video recording. Bullrich noted that they brutally beat a Croatian citizen. She attached a picture of the fans to her post.
“We have signed an agreement to protect Argentines, and we will be firm with those who violate the law,” the minister stressed.
Previously, a video appeared showing the fight in the premises under the stands at the Nizhny Novgorod stadium during the match between Argentina and Croatia. Later it became known that the police filed reports on administrative violation. Seven Argentine citizens were brought to responsibility, RBC reported.
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