Clinton: USA to Continue Funding Russian NGOs

World | June 30, 2012, Saturday // 12:53| Views: | Comments: 5
Bulgaria: Clinton: USA to Continue Funding Russian NGOs Hillary Rodham Clinton (C), Secretary of State of the United States of America, arrives for a meeting of the Action Group for Syria at the European headquarters of the United Nations in Geneva, Switzerland, 30 June 2012. Photo by EPA/BGNES

The USA is resolved to find a new way for funding NGOs in Russia to circumvent currently developed restrictive legislation, according to information by Russian activists.

Saturday Russian paper Kommersant reports that NGO representatives were satisfied with the meeting with US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton who visited St. Petersburg to meet them Friday.

The main topic of talks was the Russian legislative proposal, according to which NGOs involved in political activity and receiving funding from abroad will be classified as "foreign agents."

"Ms. Clinton said she is acquainted with the issue and she is concerned about changing the channels of US support for organizations so that they are not incriminated," said activists Dmitry Dubrovsky.

Saturday Hillary Clinton is travelling to Geneva, where foreign ministers from several countries, including Russia, will take part in a meeting to discuss the grave situation in Syria.

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#5
sa-sha - 2 Jul 2012 // 16:23:34

...and obviously those "somebody" are exactly ppl who prefer-contrary to the "uncivilised Ivan"- obediently lick the Overseas Chief'
a*se and- jointly with him- to "civilse" the backward "Ivans" in different corners of the planet: in Yougoslavia, Irak, Afghan.....

"to civilise Ivan" ...so nice.....The author of the pearl: GleekOID.....
Not the nick, but the Sentence. Dixi.

#4
Gleeky - 2 Jul 2012 // 14:06:45

C'mon, So-and-So!

Someone has to civilise Ivan before his delusions of grandeur - or should that be "delusions of adequacy"? ;) - get him into yet more trouble. After all, Assad won't be around to protect the CCCP forever.....

#3
sa-sha - 2 Jul 2012 // 12:54:25

...well, that 'fat bird' is really right: changes are in demand...first of all in her own nest.......But how to re-educate a cuckoo, how to explain that placing its eggs in foreign nests is impolite, insolent, impudent...how?, if such behaviour is her & her cuckoo-pals' modus vivendi...

#2
Gleeky - 2 Jul 2012 // 12:03:01

She's some fat bird who thinks that Vlad needs some garlic ramming up his nose....for a change, she's right! ;)

#1
sa-sha - 2 Jul 2012 // 11:47:58

Clinton ;-) ??? Who the F*CK is Clinton?

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_DeZ-nnd5jA&feature=fvst

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