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The West does not like a strong Russia

May 12 2005
19:24

A number of countries interested in weakening the Russian federation has a policy of double standards in relation to Moscow, trying to neutralize Russia's influence not only on the former Soviet Union. This was announced today, the head of the FSB , Nikolai Patrushev, during the governmental hour in the State Duma, touched upon issues of maintaining Russia's security in the context of globalization, as well as discussing the problems of integration processes in post-Soviet space.

"Several Western countries have adopted double standards towards Russia, which concern not only the political situation and, often, all aspects of life," - said Nikolai Ptrushev.

The head of the FSB attention of parliamentarians at the recent events in Georgia , Ukraine and Kyrgyzstan , saying that Russia's role in trying to weaken not only in CIS, but in general oust the country from the world scene, fearing a strong competitor in the face of Russia. In the United States and Canada against Russia, there are over 60 anti-dumping laws, causing considerable damage to our country - said Patrushev.

Also, according to the FSB, the foreign intelligence agencies use in their activities and espionage against Russia unconventional methods, resorting to the work of nongovernmental organizations that exist for the blind. Thus, the organization of the "velvet revolution in Belarus" carried out in such a scenario involving " Ukrainian orange . "

Thus, according to N. Patrushev, you must pay special attention to the legislative basis for Russia to provide more effective control over the activities of nongovernmental organizations.

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