The Disproved Accusations of the Russian Drug Czar

In our video we show how we asked the Russian drug czar to explain why he banned the website of a Russian NGO, the Andrey Rylkov Foundation - send an email and urge him to lift the ban!

A few days ago we reported that we attended a press conference of the Russian delegation to the Commission on Narcotic Drugs (CND), an annual UN meeting in Vienna, where we asked the Russian drug czar, Mr. Viktor Ivanov, why his Federal Drug Control Service decided to close down the website of the Andrey Rylkov Foundation, an NGO operating the first and only needle and syringe distribution program in Moscow. In his answer, he accused ARF of selling methadone on the website! Of course this is not true. We promised you to produce a movie about the press conference in which we ask experts to comment Ivanov's words. Here you go!

PLEASE HELP ANDREY RYLKOV FOUNDATION AND SEND A LETTER TO MR. IVANOV AND URGE HIM TO LIFT THE BAN!



Posted by Peter Sarosi

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