The Prosecutor General's Office has added the British non-governmental organization Institute for Statecraft to the list of undesirable organizations in Russia. Judging by the message in the department’s Telegram channel, this organization is suspected of “fabricating” evidence of Moscow’s interference in the affairs of European states.
In addition, the "Institute of Public Administration" allegedly organized "Russophobic conferences."
“It was found that due to the aggressive, militaristic rhetoric on the part of the organization’s functionaries, its activities, including campaigns to discredit Russian state authorities and administration, pose a threat to the foundations of the constitutional order, territorial integrity and security of the state,” the statement says. Prosecutor General's Office.
Information about the decision was sent to the Ministry of Justice.
The Institute of Public Administration is a think tank founded in 2009 in Scotland. The organization calls the development of education in the field of public administration and the protection of human rights the goal of its activities.