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Russia, Putin was already persecuting dissidents at the age of 23: the proof in a 1976 report

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Russia, Putin was already persecuting dissidents at the age of 23: the proof in a 1976 report

MOSCA – Leningrad, 7 September 1976, a group of KGB agents searched the artist’s house Oleg Volkov. Among them is also the young lieutenant Vladimir Vladimirovich Putin early in his Soviet intelligence career. A sign that already at the age of 23 the future Russian president was persecuting dissidents. It was the journalist from St. Petersburg who unearthed the apparently unpublished information about the leader of the Kremlin Konstantin Sholmov, which has published on its Facebook page the image of a service sheet dated 13 September ’76 found in the Museum of Political History. The

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