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Komitet Monitorujący UE–Rosja to wewnętrzny organ EKES-u odpowiedzialny za stosunki z rosyjskim społeczeństwem obywatelskim.

Odkąd władze Federacji Rosyjskiej wszczęły 24 lutego 2022 r. wojnę przeciwko Ukrainie, wolne społeczeństwo obywatelskie w Rosji jest uciszane za pomocą specjalnych ustaw i nasilających się represji, a wielu krytyków reżimu zostało zmuszonych do emigracji.

W obecnych trudnych okolicznościach EKES postanowił zostawić otwartą furtkę do dialogu z przeciwną wojnie częścią rosyjskiego społeczeństwa obywatelskiego, która znajduje się na terytorium UE.

Doprowadziło to do owocnej wymiany informacji i poglądów na temat tego, jak powinny wyglądać stosunki dwustronne po zakończeniu wojny oraz po przywróceniu wolności i demokracji w Rosji.

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    Organisation
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    Organisation
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    Mr Ramanauskas, European Commission: EU-Russia Cooperation in the Areas of Science, Research and Innovation
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