Posted 17 марта 14:15
Published 17 марта 14:15
Modified 17 марта 14:30
Updated 17 марта 14:30
"Based on the results of the study of the received materials, the Prosecutor General's Office of the Russian Federation decided to recognize the activities of a foreign non—governmental organization established in the form of the public movement Free Nations of PostRussia Forum, Poland, as undesirable on the territory of the Russian Federation", - the Prosecutor General's Office told Interfax.
The activity of the organization in the department was regarded as a threat to the foundations of the constitutional system and the security of the Russian Federation. It is noted that the leaders of the movement permanently reside on the territory of Lithuania, Great Britain and the Czech Republic, speak with separatist nationalist slogans and call for the violation of the territorial integrity of the state. The press service of the supervisory authority added that the permanent experts at the sessions of the organization are leaders of ethnic separatist movements and foreign citizens with pronounced anti-Russian sentiment. According to the Prosecutor General's Office, they are implementing "systemic Russophobic propaganda activities".
The ministry added that the movement also carries out illegal activities by posting on the Internet "unreliable socially significant information about a special military operation". This became the basis for restricting access to the organization's website on the territory of the Russian Federation. The corresponding decision was made by Roskomnadzor at the request of the Prosecutor General's Office.
"Taking into account the above, information about the decision was sent to the Ministry of Justice of the Russian Federation for entering information into the list of foreign and international non—governmental organizations whose activities are considered undesirable on the territory of the Russian Federation", - the Prosecutor General's Office summed up.