Participants in the citizens’ conference demanded a legal definition of the term “Russian phobia”
MEXICO CITY, 1 October – RIA Novosti. In the final document, the participants of the XIV conference of Russian citizens in the countries of America, New Zealand and Australia called on Russian parliamentarians to develop and legislate a legal definition of the term “Rusphobia”.
Russian Ambassador to Costa Rica, Yury Bejanyan, told RIA Novosti that the conference participants were concerned about the development and strengthening of Russophobia in many countries, as well as the unacceptable actions of the authorities that humiliate and try to destroy Russian culture, history and history, language is reflected in the specific proposals final document.
“We believe that a very important role in this matter will be played by the further development of the legal framework and the practical work of citizens and Rossotrudnichestvo organizations, so that the rights and interests of our citizens are preserved in all respects – from the point of view of the Russian language and the situation in the societies in which they live,” he said.
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