Annual report, U.S. Department of state "On religious freedom in the world" is rife with flaws, and most assess the situation " far-fetched ", said the Commissioner of the Ministry of foreign Affairs of the Russian Federation on problems of human rights, democracy and rule of law Konstantin Dolgov.
"Another report by the U.S. state Department on religious freedom in the world is replete with flaws," wrote Debts on his page on Twitter.
according to his statement, " assessment of the situation in Russia, for example in the Crimea, in the sad tradition of politicized, biased and far-fetched "." The situation in Ukraine presented with distortions and glaring gaps, " said Debts. The diplomat believes that the report " ignored most of the attacks ultraradicals, often with the complicity of the police, to the Russian Orthodox Church of the Moscow Patriarchate ". In addition, the authorized Ministry of foreign Affairs of the Russian Federation on problems of human rights, democracy and the rule of law said that "Syrian" section in the report " is devoid of analysis of the root causes of rampant terrorism and systematic bloody attacks on entire religious groups such as Christians." The U.S. state Department on Wednesday released its Annual report "On religious freedom in the world" for 2014, which among the disadvantaged in this sense, countries named Russia, Iran and Saudi Arabia. In 2014, the U.S. state Department also issued a report About religious freedoms in the world, in which he said that the laws on extremism hinder religious minorities in the Russian Federation. The report also criticized several other countries, including North Korea, Iran, China, Saudi Arabia, Bahrain and Sudan, and from the former Soviet republics – Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan and Tajikistan. The Ministry of foreign Affairs of the Russian Federation then spoke, a statement on the question of religious research American partners, noting the bias of the report and expressing confidence that his objectivity will cause legitimate difficulties for a number of countries.