The Prosecutor General's Office recognized “unwanted” Solidarus public organization ( “Solidarity with the civil movement in Russia”), registered in Germany, the press service of the department reports.
Solidarus is engaged in “supporting civil society and monitoring the situation with human rights in Russia and the countries of the former USSR”, and also helps Russian activists to get visas s to Germany.
According to the Prosecutor General's Office, Solidarus “interferes in the internal affairs” of Russia and “poses a threat to the foundations of the constitutional order, territorial integrity and security of the state.”
The department considered that the activities of the organization “are aimed at inspiring protest moods in Russian society, attempts to generate false information about the alleged illegality of certain actions of the Russian authorities in terms of restricting the rights and freedoms of citizens.”
< p>Today, the Prosecutor General's Office also recognized the public movement Forum of Free Peoples of Post-Russia, founded by former State Duma deputy Ilya Ponomarev, as an “undesirable” organization.