"Putin has destroyed the dreams of so many people in my country, but should not be considered all Russians supporters of Putin", — quotes Agency dpa Media.

According to 26-year-old art activist in Russia there are people who "try to change something". Russia in its description is an authoritarian state.

An individual virtually defenseless in the face of state violence, but "all is not lost," said Tolokonnikova, whom the audience greeted with applause.

Talking about the trial of Pussy Riot, Tolokonnikova said, the group did not expect the rigidity with which fell upon them system. She is human by nature rather reserved, likes to stay home, but "we must be active, if you want to change the political culture of the country," said art activist.

Book Tolokonnikova was released in the publishing house Hanser Berlin in 2016. 224-page essay is constructed as a montage of short phrases — the vital principles of the author, of quotations from interviews and diary entries describing staying convicted of "punk-moleben" in the Mordovian colony.