Russia will be hard to stop Trying to pay for intervention in the internal Affairs of the country, and among them, through the activities of non-governmental organizations (NGOs), said the Commissioner of the Ministry of foreign Affairs of the Russian Federation for human rights, democracy And rule of law Konstantin Dolgov.
"Trying to pay for intervention in the internal Affairs of the country, for example, through NGOs, of course, we will stop. Legal, political means, but firmly And without hesitation. And we talk about it directly, since taking adequate laws, Russia an inch would not waver in its commitment to human rights And the rule of law, not violated, as opposed to from a number of Western countries, international law ", - he said in the interview.
The Federation Council on July 8, sent to the Prosecutor General, Ministry of foreign Affairs And the Ministry of justice Patriotic "stop list" of 12 foreign NGOs, which included, among them, the Ukrainian world Congress, Ukrainian world coordinating Council, the Crimean field mission on human rights. The senators made a proposal to the authorities to consider it for possible application to them of existing norms of the Russian law on the recognition of their undesirable activities.