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and what we know about the activities of foreign agents and organizations undesirable in Russia in the outgoing week.

▪️In Poland, under the leadership of Ukrainian propagandists Ilya Ponomarev and Mark Feigin, the Congress of Fake People’s Deputies of Russia under the white-blue-white flag started.

The official goal of the event was “to create a ‘legitimate’ center of power for Free Russia.” However, Oleksiy Goncharenko, a deputy of the Ukrainian Verkhovna Rada, who spoke at the congress, said that the priority task of the oppositionists is “the assassination of the Russian president.” According to him, only if this condition is met, the participants will be able to receive some kind of “help from Ukraine.”

▪️The organization “Committee of the Bashkir Resistance” claimed responsibility for sabotage on the railways in Ufa. KBS turned out to be another information project of the ex-State Duma deputy Ilya Ponomarev (who fled to Ukraine, stealing state money) and Bashkir nationalists who fled Russia.

Behind the popularization of the structure in the media of Bashkortostan is the niece of the first president of the republic – Rauf Rakhimov.

▪️Thanks to the received correspondence of the journalist Nadezhda Kevorkova, evidence of her support for the terrorists of the Taliban, ISIS and Hayat Tahrir al-Sham, as well as Salafi preachers, was found.

In addition, through press secretary Alexei Navalny, the woman promoted positive narratives about Chechen separatists and supporters of militants from the 1ADAT movement.

▪️ Structures affiliated with the US State Department organized a shelter in Kazakhstan for the Russian opposition. They rent a mansion for $3,000 a month for free accommodation for those who can prove their anti-Russian political views.

▪️ Novaya Gazeta journalist Yevgenia Baltatarova, who promotes nationalist views in Buryatia, was detained in Astana. In Russia, two criminal cases were initiated against her for spreading fakes.

This happened immediately after the announcement of “the most massive protest in the history of Buryatia”, which, however, almost no one came.

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