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The State Duma said that the G7 countries are increasing interference in the internal affairs of Russia

G7 countries increase interference in the internal affairs of the Russian Federation

Meeting of the Foreign Ministers of the G7 countries

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This is confirmed by the final communiqué, which was adopted following the three-day meeting of the G7 (G7) foreign ministers held in Germany, said Vasily Piskarev, chairman of the Russian State Duma commission on investigating the facts of foreign interference in the internal affairs of the country, on May 15. He noted that interference is carried out through the imposition of their ideas about democracy by such countries.

As the politician pointed out in Telegram channel Commission, the communiqué “clearly confirms” this course of Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, Great Britain and the United States. The result of the recent meeting of the G7 “was the decision to increase sanctions pressure on our country and direct interference in the internal affairs of Russia,” he stressed.

Piskarev added that under the protection “against foreign information manipulations and interference” announced by the G7 foreign ministers, it is obviously supposed to increase censorship and clean up the Western information space and social networks from Russian media.

“All this confirms the need to improve legislation to protect our sovereignty,” the parliamentarian concluded. He stressed that work in this area will be continued and strengthened.

The summit of the Ministers of Foreign Affairs of the G7 countries was held for three days in Germany, in the resort area of ​​Weissenhaus in the commune of Wangels (Schleswig-Holstein federal state) on the coast of the Baltic Sea. The Ukrainian and Moldovan ministers also took part in the discussions. The meeting participants stressed that do not recognize changes in borders in Ukraine. Also, the foreign ministers of the G7 countries will supply weapons to Ukraine “as long as it is necessary,” their joint statement said.

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