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Russia tightens rules for scientists to contact foreign organizations


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The Russian Ministry of Science and Higher Education has tightened rules of communication between Russian scientists and foreign international organizations against the backdrop of increased activity of foreign intelligence.

According to the Russian website “Linta.row” on Wednesday that the ministry’s decision in this regard confirms that the holding of Russian scientists meetings with foreign organizations is not allowed without the prior permission of the presidency.

The ministry asked the Russian scientific organizations to inform them of such meetings five days before the date of the meeting and the number of participants in the one meeting from the Russian side should not be less than two people.

The Russian Ministry of Science and Higher Education obliged Russian participants in such meetings to submit reports after their conclusion, including the contents of the dialogue and attached copies of passports of foreign participants.

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