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The fact that the magazine The New Times was able to raise the money necessary for the payment of a fine of 22 million rubles, is an occasion for congratulations of the publication, said the press Secretary of the President Dmitry Peskov in an interview with "Rain".
He acknowledged that the amount of the fine is huge, but doesn't sound "absurd," and "is designed strictly in accordance with applicable law." Sands was advised to "ignore the emotions and to be guided by the actual facts."
"that the newspaper found the money with the help of people — this can be the publication to congratulate. So, publishing is indeed its readers, has a dedicated audience that is willing to vote with their own money for that edition went on. This is positive," — said the representative of the Kremlin.
Earlier Peskov acknowledged the regrettable closing of the magazine due to the inability to pay a court appointed fine.
As reported, The New Times and its editor-in-chief Yevgeniya Albats was fined for the fact that the editors untimely reported Roskomnadzor about receiving money from foreign agents.
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