Putin instructed to make social advertising more accessible to NGOs

Vladimir Putin

Access social advertising for non-profit organizations (NPOs), whose activities are focused on public projects should be simplified. The corresponding order was given by Russian President Vladimir Putin, the text published on the Kremlin website.

To undertake the necessary work should the President’s administration, Ministry of communications and Public house until October of this year. They were to “perform law-enforcement practice in the sphere of rendering services on distribution of social advertising and to submit proposals to improve accessibility of these services for socially oriented NGOs,” reads the document.

In addition, the Federal government together with the OP requested to determine efficiently whether working on “legal mechanisms ensuring the realization and protection of the rights of subjects of public control.”

The Cabinet and the Public chamber should also develop measures that will make it easier for NGO humanitarian activities abroad.

The speakers of the Federation Council and the state Duma Valentina Matvienko and Vyacheslav Volodin, in turn, recommended allow members of the OP to run smoothly in the buildings of both houses of Parliament for their identities.

A list of instructions, according to the report, compiled by the meeting of the President with members of the Public chamber of the Russian Federation, held on 20 June 2017.