Gorelkin presented the Runiversalis project, which runs on a wiki engine. According to the deputy, the project is being developed by former editors of the Russian Wikipedia. The site is located on Russian servers and “declares that it respects the requirements of the legislation of the Russian Federation and our traditional values.” “This means that attempts to give articles a left-liberal and Western-centric bias will be suppressed,” Gorelkin said.

Now “Runiversalis” is in the filling phase. The content of the Russian Wikipedia is also transferred there, but in a corrected version. For example, so far on the site there is no article about Peter I, but there is about Denis Pushilin.

Source: Ferra

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