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Russian Embassy urges London to clarify Integrity Initiative

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Russian Embassy urges London to clarify Integrity Initiative


30.11.2018

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Russian diplomats in London have sent a request to the British Foreign and Commonwealth Office  to confirm authenticity of  the materials on the Integrity Initiative propaganda project. The embassy states that it also wants to receive information about other projects relating to our country and financed by  the Foreign Office, TASS reports.

According to the representative of the diplomatic mission, any conclusions are premature until they received an answer. Nevertheless, it is already clear that the main task of this project is an extensive campaign of disinformation against Russia. And it fits into the context of the general Russophobic campaign of official London.

If everything published is true it may be called a pure interference in the internal affairs of independent countries. And this is confirmed by concrete facts, and not by unsubstantiated statements that are constantly heard from London to justify their own anti-Russian policy.

Note, hackers from the Anonymous group to have published documents confirming that official London’s interference in the internal affairs of European countries and information war against Russia.

The head of Russian diplomacy, Sergey Lavrov, noted that the only objective of this project is “to demonize the Russian Federation n foreign countries public opinion."

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