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The media-freedom group Reporters Without Borders says the Russian government's "draconian and defamatory" decision to list the Meduza website as a "foreign agent" may force one of the country's most popular independent news sites to shut down.

Russian government said Wed. it has approved a bill on the country's withdrawal from the arms-control Treaty on Open Skies & will submit it to Putin. Russia announced on Jan. 15 it had started domestic procedures for the pullout from the treaty, following the step of Washington

Russian government approves proposal to denounce Open Skies Treaty. The proposal will be submitted to Russia’s President Vladimir Putin for introducing it into the parliament's lower house: © Media_works/Shutterstock/Fotodom

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'There used to be a distinction between Russian and Chinese activities in cyberspace. While China concentrated on cyber-espionage, plundering secrets from Western corporate and government systems, the Russians were the vandals.' ✍️ Ian Williams

Muntinlupa government on Wednesday started the deployment of Russian-made Sputnik V vaccines in its locality, which will be used to inject senior citizens and persons with comorbidities.

The government is accelerating improvements in the Self-Defense Forces’ outer space, cyberspace and electromagnetic spectrum capabilities in the face of Chinese and Russian military buildups.

'The Russian government should ensure the use of a long-term market tool that could guarantee the predictability of prices for goods'

#G7  #Brexit 🌐 Johnson’s government is seeking agree action from G7 partners on threats like those posed by China and Russia. Leading talks in London, foreign secretary Dominic Raab is keen to push a joint rebuttal unit to tackle Russian disinformation. Photo by: Hollie Adams

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On #WorldPressFreedomDay  we urge the Russian government to stop the attacks on @istories_media  , @meduzaproject  and the student magazine @doxa_journal  , whose young editors have been charged under the criminal code.

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The US Intelligence Community has just released a lengthy unclassified report that says Russia's Putin authorized a "range of Russian government organizations" to denigrate the Biden candidacy, support Trump's re-election & undermine public confidence in the US electoral process.

NEWS: For more than a year my @SenateFinance  staff has been investigating the NRA’s relationship with foreign agent Maria Butina and Russian government official Alexander Torshin and their role in the Kremlin’s efforts to interfere in the 2016 election. Here’s what they found.

“Senate Intelligence Panel found absolutely no evidence of collusion. There was no evidence that the Trump campaign conspired with the Russian government to influence 2016, affirming the findings of other investigations.” Daily Caller

American elections should be decided by the American people, not by the Russian Government. Retweet if you agree!

“The Special Counsel did not find that the Trump Campaign, or anyone associated with it, conspired or coordinated with the Russian Government in these efforts, despite multiple offers from Russian-affiliated individuals to assist the Trump Campaign.”

A.P. has just reported that the Russian Hoax Investigation has now cost our government over $17 million, and going up fast. No Collusion, except by the Democrats!

So is @Twitter  going to start censoring & fact-checking all the numerous blue check mark "journalists" & leftwing activists who falsely claimed that the Trump campaign colluded with the Russian government & that @realDonaldTrump  is a "puppet" of Putin for the past 4 years?  🤔🧐

“Hillary Clinton and the DNC paid for information from the Russian government to use against her government - there’s no doubt about that!”

let this not be lost in Mueller Report: "The Russian government interfered in the 2016 presidential election in sweeping and systematic fashion." Part I, page 9

Senate Republicans have refused to vote to reopen the U.S. government, but have no problem voting to lift sanctions on a Russian oligarch. That should tell you a lot about their priorities.

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