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The State Duma asked the Prosecutor General’s Office to recognize Greenpeace as an undesirable organization

MPs State Duma appealed to the Prosecutor General’s Office with the initiative to recognize the activities of the Greenpeace organization as undesirable in the territory Russia. This was announced on Tuesday, November 8, by the deputy Alexander Yakubovsky.

The State Duma asked to recognize Greenpeace as an undesirable organization

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“Today, with colleagues from the Baikal inter-factional working group, we decided to apply to the Prosecutor General’s Office with a proposal to recognize the activities of the international organization Greenpeace, which does not fall under the law on foreign agents, is undesirable on the territory of the Russian Federation,” he wrote in Telegram-channel.

In August, the Prosecutor General’s Office recognized the British fund Calvert 22 Foundation * unwanted organization on Russian territory. It is also specified that the activities of the fund pose a threat to the foundations of the constitutional order and the security of Russia.

In mid-July, the President of Russia Vladimir Putin signed the law on the control of the activities of foreign agents. According to the document, any Russian or foreign organizations or individuals can be recognized as foreign agents if they receive foreign support, conduct political activities, or collect information about Russia’s military-technical activities that can be used against the country’s security.

* The organization is recognized as undesirable on the territory of Russia.

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