Russia’s Justice Ministry adds singer Monetochka and founder of Gulagu.net Vladimir Osechkin to ‘foreign agents’ list

The Russian Ministry of Justice has added Russian singer Monetochka (Elizaveta Gyrdymova) and founder of the Gulagu.net website Vladimir Osechkin to the “foreign agents” list. The list was posted on the Justice Ministry website.

New “foreign agents” also include activist Ibrahim Yaganov, blogger Vadim Kharchenko, Navalny LIVE host Anton Ustimov (Anton Pikuly), and the Moscow State Duma deputy Daria Besedina.

T9 NSK, a project for transgender people and their loved ones, has also been put on the “foreign agents” list. So have its members Natalia Solovyova, Artyom Sleta, Nadezhda Razhivina, Oleg Berendeev, German Trubin, and Ivan Gonchar.

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