Russia secretly distributed $300 million to political parties and officials in various countries around the world. The US intelligence community says so. For example, the New York Times writes extensively on this topic. You must be at least 25 countries. What it is, but reporters did not publish. First, they want to connect with their counterparts in individual countries.




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Since 2014, when it carried out its first military invasion of Ukraine, Russia has distributed more than seven billion kroner in transfers to win over political parties, individual politicians and officials in at least 25 countries of the world and influence the environment in these countries. in her favour. In addition, other sums seem to have escaped attention.

According to a declassified document from the US intelligence services, the United States will share this information, including the part that remains classified, with countries that have been targets of Russian influence.


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Russia plans to give another billion kroner in an effort to exert political influence and influence the elections.

The Americans are recommending affected countries to coordinate intelligence sharing, improve screening of foreign investments, strengthen the ability to investigate foreign funding of political parties and campaigns, or expand foreign client registration rules, the New York Times wrote. .

The report does not mention specific countries, but as the newspaper describes, these operations included many European countries. Russians paid cash, electronic money transfers, or generous gifts.

They transfer their money through a wide variety of institutions to hide the origin of that money. The institutions through which the money flows include foundations, think tanks, organized crime groups, political consulting firms, shell companies or Russian state institutions.

Last year, for example, a Russian businessman attempted to send money to far-right nationalist parties in Europe through pro-Russia think tanks.

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