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Russia: Pro-Kremlin Youth Movement Leader Seeks New Internet ‘Activists’

A journalist  from “Afisha” magazine had succeded to attend a secret meeting in the underground Moscow bunker dedicated to the training of a new generation of pro-Kremlin Internet activists organized by a leader of “Nashi” youth movement Vasiliy Yakemenko. Yakemenko demanded from pariticipants to initiate citizen Internet-based campaigns and argued that the main goal of these activities is a stuggle against any threat to stability in Russia.

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