The UN Security Council has adopted the Minsk Agreements. In the Minsk Agreements, Russia does not appear as a party of the conflict. And the Minsk Agreements do not say that Russia is an aggressor. […]When the UN Security Council adopts some document, every word is verified and meaningful. And if nothing has been written there that Russia is an aggressor, then all the conclusions for the legal documents are meaningless.
America does not protect freedom of speech. It has declared an information war on Russia, but already is feeling that it is losing it. It is so surprising for America itself that the authorities of it are going to ‘fights without rules’ against Russian media on their territory and are demanding strict legal restrictions for the work of our journalists in the United States.
No evidence given. The US just requires RT to: submit periodic disclosures outlining its agreements with
the foreign principal, disclose income from and expenditures on behalf the principal, and have business
records of its activities available for inspection by the US Department of Justice (DOJ). In addition, a
foreign agent must ensure that all informational materials it distributes are conspicuously labelled and
filed with the DOJ. www.atlanticcouncil.org/publications/reports/agent-of-influence-should-russia-srt-register-as-a-foreign-agent,
During the Cold War, representatives of Soviet news outlets (TASS,
‘Pravda’, ‘Izvestia’ and others) were also registered agents www.newsweek.com/time-shine-lightputins-american-propaganda-arm-542642,