Russia: Russia does not allow for insults «with no response» — State Duma

Russia: Russia does not 'allow for insults with no response' — State Duma «Russia is not a country that can allow for insults with no response» stated Deputy Duma speaker, Pyotr Tolstoy, in Moscow on Wednesday, after the State Duma passed a foreign agent bill for the media as a tit-for-tat response to the US Department of Justice's demands that RT America register as a foreign agent. The bill... Еще requires mass-media outlets operating in the country but funded from abroad to register as foreign agents. According to Tolstoy the new law is «referential», meaning that «[we] do not list media i.e. we let the Ministry of Justice in their by-laws define the criteria and the media that will fall under them.» Tolstoy added that talks of «Russian propaganda in the USA» and «demonisation of Russia» does not help «normalisation of relations.» On Monday, RT America complied with an order from the US Department of Justice to register under the Foreign Agents Registration Act (FARA).

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