In Bryansk, Perm and Komsomolsk-on-Amur, security forces came for members of two right-wing groups: the National-Revivalist Socialist Russian Party and the Youth Organization Rus. In total, the FSB and the Ministry of Internal Affairs detained about 40 people aged 15 to 18 years. They found weapons, leaflets, and banned literature in their possession. Also in Kirov and other cities. According to investigators, the young people advocated the" expulsion of migrants from Russia", the establishment of a" Nazi system", and also planned to create a radical political structure. In addition, they allegedly called for violence, discussed weapons, were going to attack law enforcement officers and conducted training in the forest. Cases have already been opened against the members of the groups under the article on inciting hatred or enmity.