Confrontation in Shies - a threat to Russia's national security
Confrontation in Shies - a threat to Russia's national security
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Press conference Confrontation in Shies - a threat to Russia's national security Press release The waste reform in the Russian Federation, instead of competent modern waste disposal, has degenerated into the massive construction of archaic open landfills offered by the corrupt waste business. The construction of the largest landfill in Europe near Shies station provoked protests from residents of the Arkhangelsk region, since the storage of unsorted waste, including high hazard classes, in swamps, from which several rivers flow, will poison the region's soils and waters and harm the health of residents. For many months, residents have contacted the authorities at all levels, collecting signatures and examinations. Protestants acted in the legal field, but were not heard. They were forced to go to extreme measures - they blocked the road leading to the landfill, built a campground. Private security companies, police, Rosgvardia were thrown at people defending their constitutional right to a safe environment - government agencies were executing the commercial order of the garbage business. Protestants are beaten, inflicting serious injuries, thrown into prisons, Representatives of patriotic organizations in Russia expressed their protest against the illegal suppression of civil society initiatives, against damage to the ecosystem of Russia. The press conference was attended by: Leonid Grigorievich Ivashov, Doctor of Historical Sciences, President of the Academy of Geopolitical Problems Vladimir Ivanovich Filin, Candidate of Sociological Sciences, coordinator of the Standing Meeting of the National Patriotic Forces of Russia Vasily Aleksandrovich Melnichenko, Chairman of the Federal Village Council Lyudmila Kuzminichna Fionova, Doctor of Physics Mathematical Sciences, co-chairman of the Hundred Committee (independent experts). Press conference took place on 15 November 2019

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