Degtyarev responded to the calls of the protesters to come out to them

Acting Governor Mikhail Degtyarev to the calls of the protesters on the square in Khabarovsk has promised to come out to them and communicate, but said that it is not the time.

"What does it mean to appease? I honestly expect for everyone to work... People have completely different opinions on the issue of governance, management, and detention have different concerns. I honor them," - said Degtyarev reporters in response to the question of whether he is "calm" the protesters.

He noted that he had heard through the window as the protesters shout "Degtyarev, come out." "I will be glad to come and not just for the festival, and we do not meet again," said Degtyarev, adding that it is still "no time".

"Those who chanted "Degtyarev, come out", I want to say: let us each other to cherish. Social distance does not stand up, I urge everyone to protect themselves," said acting Governor.

Earlier it was reported that despite the ban on mass actions because of the pandemic, in the Khabarovsk region from July 11 to pass daily unauthorized rallies in support of ex-Governor Sergey Furgala. Some of the participants come to share without masks. The authorities have warned of the dangers of mass events and that in the region occupied by patients 90% of the beds in COVID-hospitals.

Furgala was detained July 9, employees SK and FSB, he is charged with involvement in the activities of local criminal gangs and the killings in 2000-ies. Immediately after the detention of the head of region has sent to Moscow. Moscow's Basmanny court arrested him for two months, contains Furgal in the SIZO "Lefortovo", pleads not guilty. The President of the Russian Federation of 20 July Furgala sent in resignation in connection with loss of trust.