In Russia, the “Crimean Human Rights Group” was declared undesirable
The Ukrainian organization poses a threat to the constitutional order and security of the country, according to the Prosecutor General's Office alt=”The Crimean Human Rights Group has been declared undesirable in Russia” />
The Prosecutor General's Office of Russia recognized the activities of the Ukrainian organization “Crimean Human Rights Group” unwanted, according to the department's Telegram channel.
“It has been established that the activity of the Ukrainian organization poses a threat to the constitutional order and security of the Russian Federation,” — the message says.
Now the Ministry of Justice must include it in the appropriate list.
Now there are 54 structures in the list of foreign and international non-governmental organizations recognized as undesirable.
On the website of the “Crimean Human Rights Group” she is said to be engaged in “monitoring and documenting human rights violations and war crimes in Crimea.”
In early April, the State Duma commission to investigate outside interference proposed that 14 foreign non-governmental organizations be declared undesirable. Among them are the Royal Institute of International Relations Chatham House (Great Britain); Stefan Batory (Poland); Fund them. Casimir Pulaski (Poland); Oak Foundation (offices in the US, UK, Switzerland, Denmark and India); Fund them. Heinrich Böll (Germany);
Dekabristen e.V. (Germany). The head of the commission, Vasily Piskarev, claimed that they “are working to the detriment of the security of our country: they are implementing full-scale programs and projects to discredit Russia in the international arena.” A few days later, the Prosecutor General's Office recognized the activity of Chatham House as undesirable; it, according to the department, threatens the constitutional order and the security of the country.
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