The coming weekend may be marked by large-scale clashes of the ultra-right with supporters of the movement “Black Lives Matter”, so the streets of London will take more than 30 units of law enforcement officers.
This is reported by the British edition of “The Telegraph”.
As noted in the media, the decision was taken against the background of criticism related to the events of last Saturday, when radicals beat up police officers in central London.
Now the British capital will be patrolled by more than 30 units of law enforcement officers who have received special tactical training in riot control. The authorities are counting on hundreds of heavily armed fighters to deal with possible riots.
The fact is that ultras from all over the country intend to come to London after the members of the Black Lives Matter movement began to attack the monuments.
A spokesman for the Labour Assembly to combat crime, Unmesh Desai, has already appealed to football clubs in Britain, urging them to condemn the plans of ultra-right fans.
US military attempts to block Russian patrol in Syria
“Based on precedent, it is very likely that the presence of the ultra-right counterattackers making their regressive and hateful plans will cause tension and even more violence. They have nothing constructive to add to the dialogue except unnecessary provocation”, – Desai said.