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Putin: No plans to close NGOs, public has right to know

05.04.2013 12:59

Recent checks in Russian NGOs are completely in line with the law and have the sole objective of informing the Russian public on these groups’ activities, according to President Vladimir Putin.

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Anonymous user 07.04.2013 06:07

Should just shut them down; got to get tough with NWO, NATO, Bilderburgers. + thier buttk#ss$rs.

 

Stan Dinsmore 07.04.2013 05:54

Yeltsin is the man who let foriegn influence into 600+ NGOs; whose purpose is 1st + foremost to interfere in/ or influence Russian internal Gov't policy. The "fall" of Socialism has opened door for unscrupulous foriegn activity. What does West want? Simple, control of Russian resources, esp. Water {Russia has 40% of Worlds' water supply} NWO,Bilderburgers are planning long-term strategy for Asia, esp. Russia.

Anonymous user 07.04.2013 04:30

smart move by the Russians to develop economic trade relations with other European nations.

Anonymous user 07.04.2013 01:39

What gives Germany the right to get involved in the internal affairs of Russia?

Anonymous user 07.04.2013 01:19

Germany is no longer the #1 trading parner of Russia. It is laging behind China and the Netherlands!

 

Jim Dandy 07.04.2013 00:20

Short of closing NGOs altogether, full disclosure of NGO funding is the next best thing & should be an international law.....It will be ironic to see how many so-called 'Non Government' Org.s are funded by the U.S. & E.U. governments. The U.S. should do the same to free the U.S. from Saudi Arabian, German & Israeli foreign policy agendas.

Anonymous user 06.04.2013 20:55

Blood is more important that Shekels or Dollars.

Anonymous user 06.04.2013 20:50

During the NAPOLEONIC WARS Austria, Germany, Prussia & Russia were allies & should be so again.

Anonymous user 06.04.2013 16:07

Somebody should tell the Germans do business but do stay clear off the internal affairs of Russia.

Anonymous user 06.04.2013 16:01

Last time Germany felt it had the right to impose her will on the Russians- the opposeit happened.

Anonymous user 06.04.2013 15:58

Russians must fund their own civil society organizations and close off all the foreign funded ones.

Anonymous user 06.04.2013 15:56

Germany cannot shape the future of Russia; the last time Germany made similar attempt it ened badly

Anonymous user 06.04.2013 15:52

Putin does not need to take lecture from a nation that is not free. Russia is free; Germany is not.

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