Russia called interference in its affairs desire State Department to fund NGOs

"Actually it is the direct instigation of known non-governmental and public organizations to violation of legislation concerning the activities of non-profit organizations in the Russian Federation", —
the commentary said Russian Foreign Ministry spokesman Alexander Lukashevich.

 

MOSCOW, March 30 — RIA Novosti.Russian Foreign Ministry statement described the U.S. State Department to continue funding some NGOs in Russia through intermediaries in third countries as a blatant interference in internal affairs.

MassCheck-profit organizationscome in a number of Russian regions. According to the Association "Agora", reports of inspections were received from more than 80 NGOs from 22 regions of the Russian Federation. Staff inspection bodies come including the Human Rights Center "Memorial", the movement "For Human Rights" Committee "Civil Assistance".Audit plan, according to statements by the Attorney General, was approved in December 2012. In this regard, U.S. State Department spokesman Victoria Nuland said that the U.S. continues to finance Russian NGOs through a "platform outside Russia."

"We regard the statement by State Department spokesman V.Nuland thatU.S. to continue funding some NGOs in Russiathrough intermediaries in third countries, bypassing Russian legislation as blatant interference in our internal affairs. Actually it is the direct instigation of known non-governmental and social structures to a breach of legislation relating to the activities of non-profit organizations in the Russian Federation ", — said in comments Russian Foreign Ministry spokesman Alexander Lukashevich, published on Saturday in theMinistry's website.


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