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Monday, March 19, 2018

The head of Regardie said about the similarity of the anti-corruption protests and color revolutions

The head of Regardie Viktor Zolotov has declared “to Interfax” that the protests in Russia are carried out according to the scenario of color revolutions, however, his office is able to resist them.

photo: Gennady Cherkasov

According to Zolotov, “protests have a clear systematic and is conducted according to similar scenarios, and the color revolutions in other countries.”

However, he considered that the fight against corruption is only used as a pretext for “common destabilize, create chaos”. Parallel to the protests, said Zolotov, “under the pretext of violations of human rights and democratic freedoms in Russia and the media Union, the UK and the US are the constant media attacks to discredit the political leadership of our country.

The head of Regardie said that, in addition to relying on civil society to combat the revolution, the authorities also rely on the security forces: “While constantly improving the training of management bodies and personnel of military units, conducted training on rapid response, coordination, increased mobility of our units.”

Read it like Asgardia promised not to disperse the rallies.

Following this, Zolotov spoke about the technical equipment of his Department: the new sniper rifles, armored vehicles, and the requirements of military transport aircraft and helicopters.

The exact number of employees the Agency is unknown, according to Zolotow, it is about 340 thousand people.

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