Media reported about the searches, the FSB in the library named after Mayakovsky

According to the “Paper” in the library named after Mayakovsky on the Nevsky Prospekt in St. Petersburg was visited by FSB service for the protection of the constitutional system and the fight against terrorism. As specifies “Fontanka”, they had a document signed by the chief UFSB across Petersburg and Leningrad region.

It is alleged that the FSB seized some equipment and documents and requesting information about employment in the organization, the founder of the project “Open library” and “Dialogues” Nicholas Solodnikov. Last worked in the library for the posts of Deputy Director of public relations.

The paper argues that the law enforcement bodies solve a question on excitation of criminal case about plunder of budgetary funds.

According to the publication, the searches took place before the “Dialogue” — public debate on social and political topics were held in the library. Earlier on Sunday, the Solodniki reported that his project prohibited further Dialogues in this building.