Foreign football fans arrested for launching drones
The foreigners must have had very little idea of the specific rules for the use of drones in the country.
The source said that two foreigners have been detained for launching drones in Moscow since the first day of 2018 World Cup.
An Australian man born in 1987 was detained last Monday for launching a quadcopter in Red Square, and an Israeli citizen was detained on the Varvarka Street for the same deed.
People from Argentina and Peru were detained with their drones on June 14 in Manezhnaya Square.
Reports on violations of the rules for the use of airspace were compiled in relation to each of the tourist.
Gadzhiev was detained on June 14. A criminal case was initiated against him about participation in a terrorist organization (part 2 of article 205.5 of the Criminal Code) and promotion of terrorism (part 4 of article 205.1 of the Criminal Code).