UN mission in Ukraine has no powers to assess situation in Crimea, diplomats noteWorld September 25, 21:11
Gentlefan continues: Manchester United fans to get raincoats ahead of encounter with CSKASport September 25, 20:30
US-led coalition denies charges of US units leading Syrian 'opposition' through IS linesWorld September 25, 18:49
Supplies of S-400 systems to Turkey may begin within two yearsMilitary & Defense September 25, 18:14
Ukraine involved in illegal arms deliveries to South Sudan — Amnesty InternationalWorld September 25, 18:01
Russian general's death in Syria result of US double-dealing in war on terror — diplomatRussian Politics & Diplomacy September 25, 17:42
Russia's top diplomat says conditions in Syria ripe for defeating terroristsRussian Politics & Diplomacy September 25, 17:07
Russian envoy notes US actions in Syria as Washington's true colors on anti-terror policyRussian Politics & Diplomacy September 25, 17:00
Economy minister believes new technologies will drive Russia’s economyBusiness & Economy September 25, 16:50
MOSCOW, October 31 (Itar-Tass) —— The Federation Council on Wednesday, October 31, approved legislation that imposes large fines for violation of the NGO law.
According to the amendments to the Code of Administrative Offences, if a commercial organisation with the status of a foreign agent has failed to provide information to the supervisory body or did it late, it will face a fine of 10,000 to 30,000 roubles for officials and from 100,000 to 300,000 roubles for legal entities.
If such organisation continues to operate despite the decision to suspend its activity, a fine will be 30,000 to 50,000 roubles for an NGO’s organisers and from 3,000 to 5,000 roubles for its participants.
If an NGO having the status of a foreign agent publishes information about itself in mass media without mentioning its status, a fine will be up to 500,000 roubles (for legal entities).
“Malicious avoidance” in submitting documents for inclusion in the register will be punished by a fine of up to 300,000 roubles or compulsory work during 480 hours or “corrective labour for up to two years or imprisonment for the same term”.