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Greenpeace USA Did Not Accept Russian Money For Fight With Shale Oil
27.07.2017 10:42
Greenpeace USA Did Not Accept Russian Money For Fight With Shale Oil

Greenpeace USA did not accept Russian money for fight with shale oil. The organization does not accept state financing, in principle.

      On Monday, July 24, RIA Novosti reported about it with the reference to the Head of the Energy Department of Greenpeace Russia Vladimir Chuprov. “We actively oppose the fracking, there have been a lot activities, campaigns. At the same time our organization has no right to accept money from political, state, religious and commercial structures. This is our principle. We will not take the money neither from the White House nor from the Kremlin” – the agency quoted his words. Earlier, on July 24, “Politico” publication wrote that the representative of the Republican Party in the USA suspected that Russia supported the “green” for the sake of resistance to the production of shale oil.


Author: Anna Dorozhkina


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