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Russian majority party MP urges colleagues to switch to English on social networks

An MP from the Lower House Committee for Information Policy has said that Russian lawmakers should maintain their social networks in English in order to debunk all distortions and lies spread by foreign propaganda. Read Full Article at RT.com
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