Last week, the Danish Business Authority launched an investigation into Russia’s House and a number of affiliated organisations. The investigation has now been completed.
The board’s investigation focused on whether Russia’s House is connected to the Russian organization “Rossotrudnichestvo”, which is subject to EU sanctions as a result of their role in spreading Russian propaganda.
On the basis of its investigations, the Danish Business Authority has chosen to make a police report on two associations under Russia’s House. At the same time, funds have been frozen at the two organisations.
Since the agency has now passed the case on to the police, the agency states it cannot comment further.
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