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Independent peace movement

anon — November 1983

According to Sergei Batovrin and Mikhail Ostrovsky, representatives of the Moscow Trust Group Abroad, 2000 people are active in the independent peace movement in the U.S.S.R. A demonstration at the Soviet Mission to the U.N. on October 1st protested the arrest and detention of several independent peace activists. International appeal have gone out for the release of Alexander Shatravka (sentenced to three years of labour camp for collecting signatures to the Trust Group’s founding appeal), Vladimir Mishchenko (serving one year for the same ‘offense’), and Oleg Radzinsky (detained in prison and facing 12 years of labour camp and internal exile for independent peace activities). Branches of the Trust Group have been formed in at least five other Soviet cities. Batovrin and Ostrovsky ask that you send telegrams protesting the arrests to Yuri Andropov, General Secretary of the CPSU, The Krernlin, Moscow, U.S.S.R. For more information on the Trust Group, contact Batovrin at 1793 Riverside Drive, Apt. 58. New York, NY 10034, or call 212/xxx-xxxx.

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