Pushkov criticized the Western media because of the words about Putin

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    Russian Senator Alexei Pushkov condemned the British newspaper The Times, which called the human rights organization Amnesty International a supporter of Russian President Vladimir Putin. The reason for criticism of the public was the AI ​​report on the crimes of the Ukrainian military.

    “Western media as the vanguard of the neoliberal dictatorship. Of all the institutions of Western society, over the past 30 years, the media have degraded the most,” Pushkov wrote in his telegram channel.

    Earlier it was reported that the Secretary General of the international human rights organization Amnesty International, Agnes Callamard, reminded the President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky about the atrocities of the Armed Forces of Ukraine during the Russian special operation in Ukraine. Kallamar defended the report on the crimes of the armed forces of Ukraine against civilians. She noted that the report was as objective as possible. At the same time, she speaks on behalf of the entire human rights organization Amnesty International. After that, The Times accused the organization of siding with Russian President Vladimir Putin.

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