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« Les Alliances françaises en Russie : un « agent étranger » ? » - Thomas Gras

Message  Vivre Enrussie le Sam 30 Mar 2013 - 20:17

http://www.lecourrierderussie.com/2013/03/28/les-alliances-francaises-en-russie-un-agent-etranger/
Et on ne peut pas exclure la possibilité que soient tournés par la suite des documentaires du type Anatomie de la Protestation, visant à faire croire à la population que l’argent que nous recevons de l’étranger doit servir à ébranler la stabilité de la Russie. »
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http://www.liberation.fr/monde/2013/03/30/russie-une-responsable-americaine-accusee-d-ingerence_892527
aux commentaires de la porte-parole du département d’Etat américain Victoria Nuland, qui a déclaré que Washington continuait à soutenir financièrement certaines des ONG russes de défense des droits de l’homme.

2012 oui 2012 - http://rt.com/politics/us-finance-russian-ngos-224/
State Department spokeswoman has announced that the US will continue to sponsor Russian political and civil organizations even after Russia warned that this could lead to a strain in relations.

“This is designed to support a vibrant civil society in Russia and to allow us to work with those Russian NGOs who want to work with us,” State Department spokeswoman Victoria Nuland was quoted as saying by the AFP news agency.

The official was announcing the creation of a new $50 million fund with an objective to allow Russian groups “to develop their skills and their voice and their ability to represent the aspirations of Russians to increasingly deepen and strengthen their democracy.”

A few days earlier, US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton said that her country intended to make every country in the world, including Russia, better through supporting greater freedom of expression, freedom of religion and freedom of assembly.

Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Sergey Ryabkov said in an interview with Russian news agency Interfax that the scale of the US financing of the Russian groups and movements was becoming a problem in mutual relations and added that the Russian side had repeatedly voiced this concern to the American partners on different levels.

Ryabkov acknowledged that his side had met some understanding on the State Department’s side and even received some particular data on which groups were funded and in what amount, but he said that the concerns remained.

These worries by the state officials are also shared by some opposition politicians. The leader of the pro-democracy political party Yabloko, Sergey Mitrokhin, said that foreign ties only harmed the reputation of Russian groups and deprived them of popular support.

2013 - http://www.forbes.com/sites/kenrapoza/2013/03/30/cold-war-reset-russia-getting-irked-with-u-s/
According to NED’s 2011 Annual Report, GOLOS received two grants totaling $101,422 or around 3.1 million rubles that year.

GOLOS is far from the only Russian NGO receiving grant money from the NED. In 2011, a total of $4.15 million (over 129 million rubles) was granted to a total of 73 organizations, ...



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