the Kremlin agree with the position of Secretary of the Russian security Council Nikolai Patrushev, who said about the West’s attempts to divide society in Russia before the vote on the amendments to the Constitution of the Russian Federation, said Wednesday, June 10, press-Secretary the Russian President, Dmitry Peskov.

“This, of course, including the opinion of the Kremlin. This was repeatedly stated earlier. There are many examples. I see no need to list them. It is, in General, on the conceptual line, which is sequentially carried out with respect to our country. It is obvious and visible to the naked eye,” said he, answering the question about what the Kremlin’s position in relation to the statements Patrushev.

On the question about which countries and forces in question, the representative of the Kremlin repeated the words of Patrushev that it be “certain non-governmental and governmental organizations.”

he Also warned that the West will increase information pressure on Russia in order to “blur Russian moral and historic-cultural values that form the Foundation of statehood, and reduce feelings of Russian national identity of the citizens of our country.”

the President of Russia Vladimir Putin has appointed July 1, the date of the vote on the amendments. The Kremlin does not expect due coronavirus have a problem with voting.

the bill on the amendments adopted by the state Duma on January 23. After the document was supported by the regional legislatures and the Federation Council and the constitutional court recognized the legality of these changes.