24 October 2017

European Parliament's resolution is a crime

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The resolution adopted by the European parliament on countering Russian media is an "information crime," the Russian Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Maria Zakharova said.

"This is a crime since they distract the world community’s attention from the real threats of terrorism, extremism as well as ethnicism and xenophobia," she told Rossiya-1 TV channel.

She added that some 200 lawmakers abstained from voting apparently because they "were ashamed" to take part in such an initiative.

2016.11.24 / 14:12
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