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Johnson warns Britons of ‘staggering’ electricity bills

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The coming months will be “very difficult”; for UK residents. Outgoing British Prime Minister Boris Johnson wrote about this in an article for The Daily Mail.

“The coming months will be difficult, perhaps very difficult. Our electricity bills are going to be staggering. For many of us, the cost of heating our homes is already intimidating,— he noted.

According to the Prime Minister of Great Britain, the decision of Russian President Vladimir Putin to launch a special operation in Ukraine influenced the global jump in energy prices. Johnson felt that this was “spooking the energy markets.”

“This military action by Putin is costing British consumers dearly. That's why your electricity bill doubles. I'm afraid Putin knows this. He likes it, — he emphasized.

He assured that the British authorities will help people survive the crisis. “Colossal amounts of taxpayer money is already being used to help people pay their bills,” The article says.

Thus, £650 (46,000 rubles) should be transferred to 8 million of the most vulnerable households this fall. In November, pensioners will receive another £300 (21 thousand rubles), the disabled— by £150 (10 thousand), and all payers of electricity bills— for £400 (28 thousand rubles).

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In September, the British government will also announce another huge bailout package.

The Sun has previously reported, citing sources, that the UK government is making plans in case of protests due to a sharp increase in electricity prices and an increase in the number of crimes.

By mid-August, UK electricity debt reached a record £1.3bn.

Reuters, citing a statement by the British energy regulator Ofgem on August 26, reported that electricity prices in the UK will increase by 80% from October 1 %, and the average marginal bill of households for the year will exceed £3.5 thousand (more than $4.1 thousand).

Energy prices began to rise in European countries after the start of the Russian special operation in Ukraine and the imposition of sanctions by the West against Moscow. As a result, the usual supply chains were disrupted, and prices for utilities and food rose sharply in Europe.

Putin, commenting on rising prices in the world, has repeatedly said that Russia and its “actions to liberate Donbass are absolutely nothing at what». «Today's rise in prices— this is the result of systemic errors in the economic policy of the current US administration and the European bureaucracy,— he noted.

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FT learns of EU readiness to suspend visa agreement with Russia

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Ministers of Foreign Affairs of the countries The EU will support the idea to suspend the visa facilitation agreement with Russia, writes the Financial Times.

Three EU officials involved in the talks on the topic told the newspaper that political support for such a decision would be expressed during a two-day meeting starting in Prague on Tuesday. If the decision to suspend the current agreement is eventually made, Russians applying for visas from countries— EU members, more documents will have to be collected, their processing will take longer, and the cost of filing an application will increase.

“It is inappropriate when Russian tourists walk around our cities, along our shores” ;,— said one of the newspaper's interlocutors.

He stressed that European countries are “in an exceptional situation” that “requires exceptional steps.” “We want to go beyond the visa facilitation suspension,” — the source added, specifying that more serious steps in this direction could be made by the end of the year.

However, there is still no consensus in the EU on what additional measures that will lead to the reduction or suspension of visas for Russian citizens, Brussels can take, as well as what to do with respect to Belarus, writes FT.

The agreement between Russia and the European Community on visa facilitation for citizens of the Russian Federation and the European Union was ratified by Russia in March 2007. It entered into force on June 1 of the same year. It covers the issuance of visas for stays of up to 90 days within a 180-day period. The document does not regulate issues such as refusal to issue a visa, recognition of travel documents, proof of sufficient means of subsistence, refusal to enter the country or expulsion from it.

The agreement also establishes a single fee for issuing visas— €35. It rises to €70 if the visa application is submitted less than three days before the expected date of departure. The parties to the agreement are given 10 calendar days to make a decision on issuing a visa, however, if there is a need for additional study of the application, the period can be extended up to 30 working days. In urgent cases, the time for issuing a visa can be reduced to three days.

Each of the parties to the agreement may suspend its operation in whole or in part “for reasons of protecting national security, public order or public health.” The other party must be notified at least 48 hours in advance. The agreement terminates 90 days after receipt of the relevant written notice from the initiator of the suspension.

After the start of the operation in Ukraine, Russia twice— in April and May— suspended certain clauses of the agreement in response to “unfriendly actions”; EU countries, as well as a number of others, such as Iceland and Liechtenstein. These points concerned the simplified entry of members of official delegations and journalists, the issuance of multiple entry visas for members of governments and parliaments, constitutional and supreme courts, employees of diplomatic missions and consulates, exemption from visa fees for members of official delegations, etc.

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Complete Suspension the operation of a simplified visa regime between the EU and Russia was proposed by the Czech Republic. The country considered it necessary to completely abolish the issuance of short-term visas for Russians, however, faced with the resistance of some countries— EU members, proposed an alternative. Among those who opposed a complete ban were Germany, Austria and a number of southern European countries, wrote Bloomberg.

Brussels, for its part, also pointed out that the complete abolition of extradition visas are not provided for in the visa code of the union, since there are always categories of citizens who must receive visas, & mdash; for example, journalists or those who leave the country for fear of political persecution.

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Dugin called his daughter the original target of the assassination

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The purpose of the assassination attempt on Darya Dugin was herself, and not anyone else. This was stated by her father, philosopher and political scientist Alexander Dugin in the film “Why was Darya Dugin killed?”, Which will be released on Channel One. A fragment of the video has been published on the channel's website.

“Everything was thrown at killing her, and, in principle, there was no mistake here. They beat her. For the Russian idea, for the religious idea, for the Orthodox idea, for the sovereign idea, for the defense of our people, our state, — he thought.

Daria Dugina was a philosopher and political scientist. She promoted the theory of Eurasianism, of which her father was a supporter. Eurasianism assumes that Russia is the core of the Eurasian space and opposes Atlanticism represented by the United States and Great Britain.

Dugina advocated conservatism and National Bolshevism in Russia. She believed that the time of liberalism had passed and that the Russian people did not perceive the leftist ideas of the West.

She supported the Russian military operation in Ukraine. In June of this year, Dugin went to the Donbass and was in the basements of Azovstal. in Mariupol, where the Ukrainian military had previously held the defense.

Daria Dugina died on the evening of August 20 at the age of 29. At the intersection of Mozhayskoye and Zvenigorodskoye highways, an explosive device went off in her car when she was returning home from the Tradition festival. Dugin was in another car. The Investigative Committee called the murder contract.

Two days after the explosion, the FSB circulated its version of what had happened. The department considered that the Ukrainian special services prepared the crime, and the citizen of Ukraine Natalya Vovk, who arrived in Russia on July 23, became the perpetrator. Together with their daughter, born in 2010, they lived in the same house as Dugina, and after the car was blown up, they drove through the Pskov region to Estonia, the FSB said. called Vovk father, said that his daughter had previously served in the Armed Forces of Ukraine, but quit. After the outbreak of hostilities, she left for France as a refugee, but then returned to Ukraine via Poland. A few days before the murder of Dugina, she called him from Lithuania, but he did not hear anything about plans to go to Russia.

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Advisor to the head of the office of the President of Ukraine Mikhail Podolyak denied accusations of preparing an assassination Dugina Kyiv. Ukrainian leader Volodymyr Zelensky also said that Ukraine was not involved in the murder of Dugina. “It's definitely not our responsibility. This is not a citizen of our country, she does not interest us. And she was not on the territory of Ukraine»,— he said.

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Motor rally in support of Serbia held in Moscow

A car rally in support of the Republic of Serbia was held in the capital of Russia, RIA Novosti reports.

Car enthusiasts with Russian and Serbian flags drove from Kaluga highway through the center of Moscow in the direction of Krasnogorsk, where the rally will end at the monument to George the Victorious.

According to the organizers, the event is dedicated to the friendship of the fraternal countries.

In March, a similar action was held in the Serbian capital, about 100 cars participated in it.

Earlier it was reported that more than 300 cars took part in the patriotic rally dedicated to the Russian Flag Day.

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The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Russian Federation called the reason for the suspension of the issuance of biometric passports

The suspension of the issuance of international passports by the consular department of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Russian Federation for a period of 10 years is due to technical work. This is reported by RIA Novosti with reference to the official representative of the Russian Foreign Ministry, Maria Zakharova.

Recall that from August 26, the embassies of the Russian Federation temporarily suspended the acceptance of applications for the issuance of biometric foreign passports valid for 10 years. At the same time, the acceptance of applications and the issuance of old-style international passports with a validity period of 5 years continues.

Zakharova stressed that this is “an exclusively temporary measure.” According to her, details can be found on the website of the consular department of the Russian Foreign Ministry.

Earlier it was reported that France and Germany intend to urge the European Union not to ban the issuance of visas to Russians who are not associated with the country's government.

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Combat and promising drones of Russia

Unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs)  are the most important component of the modern army. UAVs solve reconnaissance missions, they are used to attack ground and sea targets, intercept air targets, set up radio interference, fire control, etc. You can look at the Russian UAV in the Aif.ru photo feed.

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Unmanned complex “Takhion”. © RF Ministry of Defense

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The project of the unmanned complex “Lightning”. © Channel One

UAV “Corsair”. © Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation

Layout of the Thunder drone. © https://vk.com//Kronstadt group

Altius UAV. © RF Ministry of Defense

Unmanned complex “Forpost”. © RF Ministry of Defense

Heavy unmanned aerial vehicle with a long flight duration “Sirius”. © RIA Novosti/Kirill Kallinikov

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Orlan-10. © RF Ministry of Defense

UAV “Orlan-10”. © www.globallookpress.com/MOD Russia

Unmanned complex “Takhion”. © Commons.wikimedia.org/AnthonyWK

Unmanned complex “Takhion”. © RF Ministry of Defense

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The project of the unmanned complex “Lightning”. © Channel One

UAV “Corsair”. © RF Ministry of Defense

Layout of the Thunder drone. © https://vk.com//Kronstadt group

Altius UAV. © RF Ministry of Defense

Unmanned complex “Forpost”. © RF Ministry of Defense

Heavy unmanned aerial vehicle with a long flight duration “Sirius”. © RIA Novosti/Kirill Kallinikov

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Miami police offered a reward for the surrender of weapons in favor of Ukraine

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Miami (Florida) police have offered local residents a reward for handing over any weapons in favor of Ukraine, the city's police department said on Twitter. The action took place on August 27.

“Arms for Ukraine: we are ready to accept any unclaimed firearms in exchange for gift cards. We will not ask any questions, & mdash; indicated in the message.

The police announced the action “Redemption of weapons” at the Belafonte Tacolcy Community Center on 26 August. The Miami Police Department posted a sample leaflet on Twitter and called on those who want to support Ukraine and remove weapons from the streets of Miami to distribute it and take part in the action.

According to the flyer, the police offered a $50 gift certificate for turning in the pistol, and for a shotgun or rifle— for $100, for a large-caliber rifle— for $150.

Russia has been conducting a special operation in Ukraine since February 24th. Its goals, President Vladimir Putin called the protection of the population of Donbass and ensuring the security of Russia. Kyiv, which considers the special operation “aggression”, declared martial law and general mobilization.

Western countries condemned Russia's actions, imposed several packages of sanctions against it and increased military support for Kyiv.

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On August 24, US President John Biden announced a new military aid package for Ukraine worth almost $3 billion, which includes arms and equipment. The next tranche of aid will allow Kyiv to acquire air defense systems, artillery systems and ammunition, anti-missile unmanned aerial systems and radars for “long-term” defense, the American leader said.

Moscow has repeatedly criticized Western arms supplies to Kyiv. Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov noted that NATO, providing military assistance to Ukraine, is entering into a “proxy war”; with Russia. He also said that as “inflated” Ukraine with long-range weapons, the geographical tasks of the special operation will expand.

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The mayor of Odessa spoke out against the fight against monuments in Ukraine

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The mayor of Odessa opposed the fight against monuments in Ukraine

The mayor of Odessa, Gennady Trukhanov, spoke out against the fight against monuments in Ukraine in the face of hostilities and said that with the current intensity of emotions, attempts to rewrite history could lead to a split in society. He said this in a conversation with The Telegraph newspaper.

“Personally, I do not support the war of monuments at a time when our country is at war,”— Trukhanov said.

He described himself as a Ukrainian and a patriot, noting that most of the city's residents are also Ukrainians, but stated that “we cannot rewrite the history of Odessa in just a couple of years.” At the same time, the mayor said that he would keep his opinion to himself, since a special commission is considering the transfer of monuments.

In June, Trukhanov, in an interview with The New York Times, said that he did not support the renaming Pushkinskaya street in Odessa. The newspaper noted that he was being pressured on this issue. “I am concerned about the growth of hatred for everything Russian,” — said Trukhanov.

Since 2014, the Ukrainian authorities have been pursuing a policy of decommunization, within which toponyms (names of streets, squares, parks and other objects) of “communist origin” are being changed. The Russian Foreign Ministry called “decommunization” anti-Russian policy and rewriting of history.

After the start of the Russian special operation, initiatives began to be heard in large cities of Ukraine to rename objects whose names are associated with Russia or the USSR. Almost 100 streets and squares were renamed in Kyiv; Moskovsky district in Kharkov became Saltovsky.

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The historical and toponymic commission took up the issue of dismantling the monument, but later it became necessary to obtain a lawyer’s opinion on whether it could give recommendations on this topic, wrote publication «Dumskaya». In connection with this conflict, the Odessa authorities postponed the decision to demolish the monument.

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The governor of Sevastopol announced the downed air defense drone

The governor of Sevastopol Razvozhaev announced a downed air defense in the area of ​​​​Cape Khersones drone In Sevastopol in recent days, air defense systems have been regularly triggered. On August 23, the governor of the city reported that in the area of ​​​​Cape Khersones, air defense was shooting down drones “(max-width: 320px) and (-webkit-min-device-pixel-ratio: 2), (max-width: 320px) and (min-resolution: 192dpi)” >

An air defense system went off in Sevastopol— According to preliminary data, a drone was shot down, Governor of the city Mikhail Razvozhaev said on his Telegram channel.

“In Sevastopol, the air defense system worked again. According to preliminary data, an UAV was shot down over the sea in the area of ​​Cape Khersones, — he wrote, adding that “the situation is completely under control.”

Cape Khersones is located 15 km from the center of Sevastopol. On August 23, Razvozhaev reported that air defense was shooting down drones there. Hours earlier, he had also talked about the air defense operation off the coast of Crimea, where drones were being shot down, but did not specify where exactly this was happening. The air defense systems worked in the area of ​​Cape Khersones on August 21 as well.

On July 31, the Day of the Russian Navy, the headquarters of the Black Sea Fleet in Sevastopol was attacked by an improvised drone with a low-yield explosive device. The press service of the headquarters reported that five people were injured due to scattered glass fragments. The Governor of Sevastopol, Mikhail Razvozhaev, accused the Armed Forces of Ukraine of the attack.

On August 20, the drone crashed into the roof of the headquarters of the Black Sea Fleet. As a result of the incident, no one was injured, the building was not damaged, Razvozhaev reported. He also blamed Ukraine for this attack. In Sevastopol, as well as in several regions of Crimea, a yellow level of terrorist threat was introduced.

The Armed Forces of Ukraine denied involvement in the attack on the headquarters of the Black Sea Fleet. At the same time, the Ukrainian Ministry of Defense allowed the use of US-supplied weapons, in particular HIMARS multiple launch rocket systems, against targets in Crimea, although shortly before that, the head of the department, Oleksiy Reznikov, denied such a possibility. Politico, citing a senior representative of US President Joe Biden, wrote that Washington would not object to strikes on military facilities in Crimea.

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Crimea became part of Russia following a referendum in 2014. Western countries and Ukraine do not recognize the peninsula as Russian, calling the accession “annexation”. The Russian authorities have repeatedly stated that the Crimea is part of Russia and the issue of ownership of the peninsula is closed.

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The Austrian Ministry of Internal Affairs did not confirm the data on the murder of Vovk

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The Austrian Ministry of Internal Affairs has not confirmed the information about the death of Natalya Vovk, whom the Russian special services consider guilty of the murder of political scientist and journalist Daria Dugina. This was reported to RBC in the press service of the ministry.

The fact that Vovk was found dead in a rented apartment was written by the Austrian edition of Express on Sunday. At the same time, it referred to a Telegram message that “spreads like wildfire.” It, according to Exxpress, said that Vovk had 17 stab wounds and a piece of paper in his hand. The publication did not specify the country where this happened.

It also published a photo circulated in Telegram, which allegedly depicts Vovk. The image is blurry, showing a dark-haired woman lying on a bed.

“After consultation with our colleagues from the State Security and Intelligence Directorate (DSN), we can inform you that no such case is known in Austria. Therefore, we cannot confirm the accuracy of this information, — The press service of the Austrian Ministry of Internal Affairs told RBC.

The photo published by the Austrian edition was widely circulated by the media in the summer of 2020. The picture was taken at the scene of the murder of Marina Pankratova in Moscow shortly before her wedding. Her fiancé was found guilty of the murder, who was sentenced to 14 and a half years in a strict regime colony.

Daria Dugina died on the evening of August 20 in the Moscow region. An explosive device went off in her car when she was returning from the Tradition festival, where she was with her father, philosopher and political scientist Alexander Dugin. The last one was in another car.

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Kyiv denied involvement in the incident. “It's definitely not our responsibility. This is not a citizen of our country, she does not interest us. And she was not on the territory of Ukraine»,— explained President Vladimir Zelensky.

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The head of Naftogaz warned of the “coldest winter” of the decade

Residents of Ukraine were advised to stock up on blankets and warm clothes in case the temperature outside drops below 10 degrees below zero. The indoor temperature in the country this autumn and winter will not exceed 18 degrees Celsius =”(max-width: 320px) and (-webkit-min-device-pixel-ratio: 2), (max-width: 320px) and (min-resolution: 192dpi)” >

In Ukraine, the upcoming heating season will start later and end earlier than usual, and the temperature in the rooms will be 4 degrees below the norm. This was stated by the head of Naftogaz Yuriy Vitrenko in an interview with The Guardian.

According to him, the indoor temperature this year will be 17-18 degrees, in connection with which he advised Ukrainians to stock up on blankets and warm clothes in case the temperature outside drops to minus 10 degrees and becomes below the average winter temperature.

“Without [Western] financial support, we will run out of gas, and this will mean that we will have really high risks for the energy system. [Without gas imports] there will be power outages in a large part of Ukraine,” — said Vitrenko.

In addition, he pointed out that without gas imports, there is a risk that some households will not receive enough heat and “it will be really too cold.”

Ukraine produces about 60% the gas it needs domestically and imports the rest from its EU neighbors at market prices. Now Kyiv needs about $10 billion for gas imports. Vitrenko said that, in his opinion, the allies understand this need, but he does not have full confidence that the country will receive the necessary funds.

At the same time, the needs of Ukraine may increase if, during the special operation of Russia, the most important objects of the country's gas infrastructure, power plants or gas production facilities are damaged, the newspaper writes.

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On August 28, President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky said that a difficult situation is developing in the energy sector in Europe and Ukraine. In this regard, Ukrainians will have to go through the most difficult winter in the history of the country, he warned.

“The government of Ukraine, our state-owned companies are doing everything so that we are ready to go through this winter season,” said the Ukrainian leader. Zelensky pointed out that in Europe, gas prices have overcome the mark of $3.3 thousand per 1 thousand cubic meters. m. The reason for this, he called “Russian gas blackmail”.

Zelensky expressed confidence that Europe will become independent of Russian energy sources, and Russia will cease to be a player in the energy market of the continent.

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At the end of July, Gazprom announced the third reduction in gas supplies to Germany via Nord Stream this summer. The volume of gas supplies decreased initially from 167 million to 100 million cubic meters. m of gas per day, and then another third. Since July 27, gas pumping has dropped to 33 million cubic meters. m— 20% of the design capacity of the gas pipeline. The company explained this by the lack of a turbine, which was being repaired in Canada. Its export was hampered by the sanctions imposed against Russia.

Official Berlin fears that Russia may completely stop gas supplies via Nord Stream, a shortage of this fuel threatens to stop market processes in Germany, warned German Vice Chancellor Robert Khabek.

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Nehammer urges EU not to let Putin set electricity prices

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Energodar authorities reported shelling of residential areas of the city by the Armed Forces of Ukraine

According to Energodar's CAA, as a result of shelling from American M777 howitzers, at least five people were injured, one woman and one man are in serious condition

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Ukrainian military opened fire on residential areas of the city of Energodar, Zaporozhye region, TASS reports with reference to the military-civilian administration (MAC) of Energodar.

“Ukrainian military opened fire on residential areas of Energodar . Explosions are reported in the city, emergency services are collecting information about the victims and the destruction of civilian infrastructure, & mdash; said in the message.

As Volodymyr Rogov, a member of the main council of the Zaporizhzhya Regional State Administration, clarified to the agency, the Armed Forces of Ukraine conducted targeted shelling of residential areas of the city for about an hour.

Later, the regional military administration reported that four artillery strikes from American M777 howitzers were recorded on the residential area of ​​​​Energodar, the shots were fired from the city of Nikopol. “Five people have been admitted to the hospital so far. One of them— woman— in serious condition, with a chest wound. Second— man— in serious condition, a bone was broken by a fragment of a shell. The victims are in intensive care, they are being helped,— the authorities said in a statement.

In Energodar there is the largest nuclear power plant in Europe in terms of installed capacity and the third largest in the world— Zaporozhye NPP.

Earlier that day, the Energodar CAA reported that Russian servicemen had shot down a Ukrainian kamikaze drone over the Zaporozhye nuclear power plant. “Its stated target was a spent nuclear fuel storage facility, as evidenced by the flight path of the loitering munition,” — claimed the pro-Russian authorities of the city.

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Part of the Zaporozhye region, including the city of Enerhodar and the nuclear power plant located on its territory, has been controlled by the Russian military since late February. Since mid-July, the parties have been mutually accusing each other of shelling both the Zaporozhye NPP and Energodar.

On August 25, the CAA reported that the emergency system had been triggered and the Zaporizhzhya NPP was reconnected due to a fire in the adjacent territory. They explained that the cause of the fire was shelling from the Armed Forces of Ukraine. After that, the Ukrainian “Energoatom”, which formally continues to manage the nuclear power plant, announced that the plant was disconnected from the energy system of Ukraine.

At the request of Roskomnadzor, RBC provides data on the details of the military operation in Ukraine based on information from Russian official sources.

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The Russian authorities have repeatedly stated that they are ready to organize a visit to the station by the IAEA mission. The arrival of the staff of the international agency was also advocated in Ukraine. Both sides spoke out in support of the permanent presence of IAEA experts at ZNPP. According to The Wall Street Journal, a group of IAEA specialists may arrive at the power plant next week.

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Zakharova saw in the comments of the White House the recognition of fascism in the United States

White House Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre, speaking about US President Joe Biden's attitude towards the Republicans, officially recognized the presence of fascism in the United States. This was stated in her Telegram channel by the official representative of the Russian Foreign Ministry, Maria Zakharova.

Jean-Pierre earlier said that Biden is not shy about her assessment of the Republican supporters of former President Donald Trump as “fascists”. and will continue to fight them for the rights of Americans.

«Karine Jean-Pierre said out loud what many only guessed— Fascism is on the rise in the US. I wonder if some Israeli statesman will say (as they said about the Kiev regime) that “there are many Jews among the Republicans, so they cannot be fascists a priori”? Or shall we wait for the refutation of this revelation by the Americans themselves? Zakharova wrote.

Biden called some Trump supporters “fascists” August 27 during a performance in the city of Bethesda. “The extreme philosophy of MAGA (Make America Great Again) is similar to semi-fascism,” — he said then.

The slogan “Make America great again” Trump actively promoted before the 2016 presidential election, which he won. In the 2020 elections, he also used the slogan Keep America Great (“Let's keep America great”).

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Borrell doubted the decision of the EU on a complete ban on the issuance of visas to Russians

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The Energodar authorities called the disruption of the IAEA visit to the ZNPP the purpose of shelling the Armed Forces of Ukraine

Ukrainian military strikes on the civilian infrastructure of Energodar are aimed at disrupting the visit of the IAEA mission to the Zaporozhye nuclear power plant, TASS reports with reference to the Energodar military-civilian administration.

“This provocation by militants controlled by Kyiv, aimed at disrupting the visit of the head of the IAEA [Rafaelz Mariano Grossi] to the Zaporozhye NPP,— the message says.

On the shelling of the residential area of ​​​​the city from American howitzers M777, the CAA Energodara reported on the evening of August 28. Seven people were hospitalized as a result of the strikes, two of whom are in serious condition.

Part of the Zaporozhye region, including the city of Energodar and the nuclear power plant located on its territory have been controlled by the Russian military since the end of February. Since mid-July, the parties have been mutually accusing each other of shelling the Zaporozhye nuclear power plant.

Moscow expressed its readiness to assist in organizing the arrival of the IAEA mission to the station. Ukraine also supported the visit of the IAEA staff and proposed to consider the possibility of a permanent presence of the mission at the nuclear power plant. Russian Ambassador to the UN Vasily Nebenzya said he would welcome the permanent presence of IAEA experts there.

On August 26, The Wall Street Journal, citing participants in the talks about the visit of the IAEA inspection, reported that this could happen next week. According to the newspaper, agency staff can also bring spare parts, radiation monitoring equipment and other necessary equipment to the station.

As The New York Times later clarified, the mission should include the head of the agency, Rafael Mariano Grossi, as well as 13 experts from Poland, Lithuania, China, Serbia, France, Italy.

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The Ministry of Defense revealed the details of the exercises “Vostok-2022”

The Vostok-2022 exercises will be held from September 1 to 7, more than 50,000 military personnel from the SCO and CSTO countries will take part in them, more than 5,000 weapons will be involved. They will work out security in the Eastern region

In the exercises “Vostok-2022”, which will be held from September 1 to 7, more than 50 thousand military personnel and over 5 thousand units of weapons and military equipment, including 140 drones, will take part and 60 warships and other military vessels, the Russian Defense Ministry said.

The exercises will be held at seven training grounds of the Eastern Military District— “Burduny”, “Hot Springs”, “Knyaz-Volkonsky”, “Lagunnoye”, “Sergeevsky”, “Telemba” and «Uspenovsky»,— as well as in the waters and coastal zones of the Sea of ​​Okhotsk and the Sea of ​​Japan. They will be attended by military personnel from the countries of the Collective Security Treaty Organization (CSTO), the Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO) and other partner states, including from Azerbaijan, Algeria, Armenia, Belarus, India, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, China, Laos, Laos, Nicaragua, Syria and Tajikistan.

From Russia, military command and control bodies and troops of the Eastern Military District, part of the forces of the Airborne Forces, long-range and military transport aviation participate in the maneuvers. The purpose of the exercises is to improve the interaction of military contingents to ensure security in the Eastern Region.

The main part of the events will take place at the Sergeevsky training ground, and in the Sea of ​​Japan, the Pacific Fleet, together with the naval forces of China, will work out the defense of sea lanes and assistance to ground forces in the coastal direction.

Belarus confirms participation in Vostok-2022 exercises in early August, the country will send more than 250 troops for maneuvers. In mid-August, China announced participation in the exercises, without specifying the number of troops being sent.

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Russian Defense Ministry: more than 50 thousand people will be involved in the Vostok-2022 exercises

In the strategic command and staff exercises “Vostok-2022” more than 50,000 military personnel will be involved, the press service of the Russian Ministry of Defense reported.

Participation in the maneuvers, which will take place at seven training grounds in the Eastern Military District and in the waters of the Sea of ​​u200bu200bOkhotsk and the Sea of ​​u200bu200bJapan, will be attended by the Armed Forces of Algeria, Azerbaijan, Armenia, Belarus, Laos, India, Kyrgyzstan, Kazakhstan, China, Mongolia, Nicaragua, Syria and Tajikistan. 

Russia will be represented by troops of the Eastern District, Airborne Forces and military transport aviation.

The maneuvers will start on September 1 and will last a week. They involve more than 60 warships, 140 aircraft and thousands of guns. 

Participants of the exercises will work out interaction to repel aggression in the Eastern direction and in the Far Eastern sea zone. 

Earlier it was reported that representatives of the Chinese ground forces and air force had already arrived in Russia to prepare for the maneuvers.

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The Times learned that Britain is running out of weapons to support Kyiv

The military and financial support of the Armed Forces of Ukraine from the UK will dry up by the end of the year. This is reported by The Times newspaper, citing a source in the British Ministry of Defense.

“Britain is running out of weapons it can give Ukraine. The reality is that the financial contribution of the United Kingdom will dry up by the end of the year, — said the source of the newspaper.

At the same time, The Times notes that the new British Prime Minister will have to decide whether it is expedient to spend “billions of pounds” to support Kyiv; in a tense financial situation in the United Kingdom.

Since the beginning of the Russian military operation in Ukraine, the UK has repeatedly announced the provision of military assistance to Kyiv. For the last time— August 27,— The British Ministry of Defense announced the dispatch of six underwater drones to Kyiv to help detect mines in coastal waters.

In June, RBC calculated based on data from the Ukraine Support Tracker project of the Kiel Institute for the World Economy that the total amount of military and humanitarian aid to Kyiv from London exceeded $75 billion, which is 1.6 times more than the annual Ukrainian state budget.

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Yeni Şafak learned about Turkey’s appeal to NATO because of the threat of Greek S-300s

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Ankara intends to appeal to NATO in connection with the fact that the Greek military aimed a missile system from the S-300 system at the F-16 aircraft of the Turkish Air Force, Yeni Şafak reports, citing a high-ranking source in the Turkish Ministry of Defense.

On August 28, CNN T & uuml; rk reported, citing sources in the Turkish Ministry of Defense, that the Greek side on the island of Crete used S-300 air defense systems to capture and escort Turkish F-16 reconnaissance aircraft.

According to source Yeni Şafak, data on the incident will be discussed with Turkish colleagues in NATO and with the United States. “We are under pressure on the S-400, but Greece is actively using the S-300. When we pointed this out, we were told: “Not used, stored in hangars, used only in exercises.” But it turned out that this was not true,»,— indicated the interlocutor of the publication.

Relations between the countries have deteriorated sharply in the past few months due to a dispute over the status of the islands in the eastern Aegean, which passed to Greece following the Lausanne Treaty of 1923. The countries continued to argue about the delimitation of territorial waters and airspace, and Turkey made claims to Greece because of armaments on the islands. on which the Greek islands in the Aegean, as well as Crete, are depicted as Turkish. After that, Greek Foreign Minister Nikos Dendias said that the country fears the consequences of the rise of nationalism in Turkish society. He stressed that there were no conditions yet for improving relations with Turkey.

Greece and Turkey have been members of NATO since February 1952. However, after the conflict between the countries in Cyprus in the mid-1970s, Greece decided to withdraw from the military bloc. Then the island was divided between the predominantly Greek and Turkish population. The country again became a member of the alliance only in 1980.

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IAEA experts went to the Zaporozhye NPP

IAEA Director General Grossi announced the organization's mission to the Zaporozhye NPP. 13 specialists from the International Atomic Energy Agency and its head Rafael Grossi will arrive at the power plant. They are already on their way and should get to the NPP this week

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A group of IAEA experts went to the Zaporozhye NPP, the head of the international agency Rafael Grossi said on Twitter.

“The day has come. The IAEA support and assistance mission is on its way to the Zaporozhye NPP,— he wrote.

The mission is led by Grossi himself. They will arrive on site “later this week”.

The fact that a mission of 13 experts led by the organization's CEO should arrive at the power plant this week was previously reported by The New York Times. According to the publication, the nuclear power plant should be visited by specialists “mainly from neutral countries”: Poland, Lithuania, China, Serbia, Albania, France, Italy, Jordan, Mexico and North Macedonia. There are no representatives of the USA and Great Britain in the delegation, the newspaper noted. Grossi on Twitter does not specify which states his counterparts represent.

The Wall Street Journal reported that agency staff can bring spare parts, radiation monitoring equipment and other equipment to the station.

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The city of Energodar and the Zaporozhye NPP located there have been under the control of Russian troops since the end of February. During the summer, Russia and Ukraine repeatedly accused each other of shelling a nuclear power plant and endangering nuclear safety.

On August 27, the Permanent Mission of Russia to the UN announced that it had sent to the countries— a letter to the members of the Security Council of the organization with evidence of the shelling of the ZNPP by the Ukrainian military. According to the Ministry of Defense, shelling has been taking place since July 18— the latest of these was reported by the agency on 28 August. On the same day, the military-civilian administration of Energodar spoke about the UAF kamikaze drone shot down over the nuclear power plant.

The Ukrainian side demands that the Russian military leave the power plant. The Foreign Ministers of the G7 countries (Great Britain, Germany, Italy, Canada, the USA, France and Japan) made the same call: in their opinion, Russia's actions “endanger the population of Ukraine, neighboring countries and the entire world community.” Moscow declares that it does not use the nuclear power plant for military purposes.

Both sides of the conflict spoke out in support of the presence of IAEA experts at the ZNPP, including on a permanent basis.

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Estonia proposes EU to introduce new sanctions against Russia

Estonia invited the EC to strengthen sanctions against Russia and restrictions on SWIFT In particular, Tallinn proposes to introduce additional restrictions on the use of SWIFT system by Russian banks. Estonia sent its proposals to the European Commission

Estonia proposed the EU to introduce new sanctions against Russia

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Estonia submitted “concrete proposals” to the European Commission; on the eighth package of sanctions against Russia, Foreign Minister Urmas Reinsalu said in an interview with Welt.

The proposals are about “energy, trade and further restrictions on [the use of the international interbank system] SWIFT, as well as putting even more people and institutions on the list of sanctions,” the minister said. In his opinion, the sanctions already imposed against Russia are effective, but they are not enough.

«We also need to supply more weapons to Ukraine— Reinsalu added. He called Estonia “the leader in per capita military aid to Ukraine.”

In response to the special operation in Ukraine, the European Union has already introduced seven packages of sanctions against Russia, the latest of them— 22 July. The restrictions affected banks, Russian oil imports, industry, sea and air transport.

Earlier in August, Reinsalu announced that Tallinn would offer Brussels to introduce the eighth package of measures. He proposed expanding sanctions in the areas of energy and trade and restrictions on companies and individuals. According to the head of the Foreign Ministry, Estonia is also trying to reach a political consensus on the issue of Schengen visas— since August 18, the country itself has banned the entry of Russians who had previously issued such a document.

Now, for the first time, Estonia has voiced a proposal for new restrictions on SWIFT. As part of the sanctions already imposed against Russia in response to the special operation in Ukraine, several Russian banks (including Sberbank, VTB, Otkritie, MKB, Rosselkhozbank) were disconnected from the international system. Polish Foreign Minister Zbigniew Rau previously proposed disconnecting all Russian and Belarusian banks from SWIFT.

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FSB named another participant in the preparation of the murder of Dugina

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The FSB has identified a member of the “Ukrainian sabotage and terrorist group” who, together with Natalia Vovk, was preparing the murder of Daria Dugina— this is a citizen of Ukraine Bohdan Tsyganenko, born in 1978, the Center for Public Relations (CSP) of the special services reported.

According to the FSB, Tsyganenko provided Vovk with fake license plates and documents in the name of Yulia Zaiko— a truly existing citizen of Kazakhstan. He also, together with Vovk, assembled an improvised explosive device in a garage in the south-west of Moscow.

The DSP notes that Tsyganenko arrived in Russia in transit through Estonia on July 30, and left the day before Dugina's death.

The journalist, the daughter of the philosopher Alexander Dugin, died on the evening of August 20. An explosive device went off in her car when she was returning from the Tradition festival, where she was accompanying her father. Alexander Dugin was driving in another car.

Daria Dugin was a philosopher and political scientist, she worked on the Tsargrad channel; and radio “Komsomolskaya Pravda”. She promoted the theory of Eurasianism, of which her father is also a supporter. Eurasianism assumes that Russia is the core of the Eurasian space and opposes Atlanticism represented by the United States and Great Britain.

Dugina advocated conservatism and national Bolshevism: she believed that the time of liberalism had passed and that Russian people did not perceive the leftist ideas of the West.

The journalist supported Russia's military operation in Ukraine. In June of this year, Dugin went to the Donbass and was in the basements of Azovstal. in Mariupol.

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Alexander Dugin is sure that she herself, and not anyone else, was the target of the attempt on his daughter. “For the Russian idea, for the religious idea, for the Orthodox idea, for the sovereign idea, for the defense of our people, our state,” — he explained.

Two days after the explosion of the car, the FSB announced that the crime had been solved: according to the department, the murder was prepared by the Ukrainian special services, and the citizen of Ukraine Natalia Vovk became the perpetrator. She arrived in Russia on July 23 with her daughter born in 2010, and after the murder of Dugina, she left for Estonia, the FSB said.

In its new press release, the FSB also said it had reviewed CCTV footage, which confirmed that Vovk personally followed Dugina in the festival car park. “Having made sure that Dugina left the festival, N. Vovk followed her in a Mini Cooper car and set off an improvised explosive device,” — according to the CSO.

On August 24, REN TV reported that shortly before the alleged commission of the crime, Vovk rented a garage 4 km from the apartment on Vernadsky Avenue, where Dugina lived and where she herself rented an apartment. According to the channel, Vovk introduced herself as Yulia and showed the owner a Kazakh passport.

Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov called the murder of Dugina a “barbaric crime” and stressed that the organizers, customers and performers “can not be spared.” President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky declared that Kyiv was not involved in the murder.

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FSB releases video of new suspect in Dugina murder case

The video shows Ukrainian citizen Bogdan Tsyganenko entering Russia, driving with murder suspect Natalya Vovk, and leaving the country

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FSB published a video with Ukrainian citizen Bohdan Tsyganenko, who, according to her, helped Natalya Vovk, accused of the murder of journalist Daria Dugina.

In the video, a man enters Russia, receives fake car numbers, moves in a Mini Cooper with Vovk and is leaving Russia, the security service said.

According to the FSB, Tsyganenko helped a murder suspect with “fake license plates and documents in the name of a real-life citizen of the Republic of Kazakhstan, Yulia Zaiko, as well as together with Vovk assembled an improvised explosive device in a rented ha razhe in the south-west of Moscow. He arrived in Russia via Estonia on July 30, and left the day before the explosion of Dugina's car (August 20).

Daria Dugina, the daughter of the philosopher Alexander Dugin, died when her car was blown up when she was returning from the Tradition festival ; in outskirts of Moscow. Her father was in another car. Two days later, the FSB named the perpetrator of the murder of journalist Natalya Vovk, and blamed the Ukrainian special services for the preparation. Vovk, according to her, came to Russia in July with her daughter and settled in the same house where Dugina lives. They attended the Tradition festival, and after the murder, they left through the Pskov region to Estonia, the FSB told.

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The Permanent Representative announced the plans of the IAEA to leave several employees at the ZNPP

Russia's permanent representative in Vienna Ulyanov: IAEA will leave several employees at the Zaporizhzhya NPP The IAEA mission is already heading to the Zaporizhzhya nuclear power plant. It included members of the Nuclear Security Secretariat and a UN team as an escort. Some employees may stay at ZNPP even after the visit

The Permanent Representative announced the plans of the IAEA to leave several employees at ZNPP

Director General of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) Rafael Grossi plans to leave several employees at the Zaporozhye NPP on a permanent basis. Mikhail Ulyanov, Permanent Representative of Russia to International Organizations in Vienna, said this, RIA Novosti reports. ; he said.

According to him, a mission of about 15 employees of the IAEA secretariat for nuclear safety is already on its way to ZNPP. They are accompanied by a UN team that deals with logistics and security issues.

Earlier, the director general of the IAEA himself announced the visit to the Zaporozhye NPP. He noted that a mission to support and assist the station staff will arrive on site this week.

The group will consist of 13 experts from “neutral countries”— Poland, Lithuania, China, Serbia, Albania, France, Italy, Jordan, Mexico and North Macedonia, wrote The New York Times. Perhaps they will bring spare parts, radiation monitoring equipment and other equipment to the nuclear power plant, The Wall Street Journal reported.

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Zaporozhye Nuclear Power Plant— the largest nuclear power plant in terms of installed capacity in Europe and the third largest in the world. The Russian military occupied its territory on February 28 as part of a military operation in Ukraine, but formally it remained under the control of the Ukrainian Energoatom.

In July and August, Russia and Ukraine repeatedly accused each other of shelling the ZNPP. The Russian Ministry of Defense reported that shelling has been taking place since July 18, the last of which the department recorded on August 28. Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Maria Zakharova and the pro-Russian authorities of Zaporizhzhya said that Ukrainian troops were trying to prevent the IAEA mission by shelling the nuclear power plant.

The Ukrainian authorities demanded that the Russian military leave the nuclear power plant, like the rest of the country. Permanent Representative of Ukraine to the UN Serhiy Kyslitsa asked the IAEA to think about the possibility of a permanent presence of experts at ZNPP. After the station was disconnected from the power grid for the first time in history due to a fire near the nuclear power plant on August 25, Energoatom warned that in the event of an accident, radiation would cover part of the south of Ukraine and the southwestern regions of Russia.

The G7 countries and 33 other countries of the world called on Moscow to return control over all the country's nuclear facilities to Kyiv. Foreign Ministers of the G7 considered that Russia's actions “significantly increase the risk of a nuclear accident”; and “endanger the population of Ukraine, neighboring countries and the entire world community.”

The Russian authorities and the Ministry of Defense have stated that they do not use nuclear power plants for military purposes. Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Maria Zakharova accused Kyiv of “nuclear terrorism” in connection with the shelling of the station.

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The Ministry of Internal Affairs of Estonia called the number of Russians at risk of losing access to homes

Estonia estimated the number of Russians who may lose access to real estate due to sanctions The Estonian government is developing a law that could potentially deprive some Russians of real estate in this country. Now, according to the estimates of the local Ministry of Internal Affairs, 4.5 thousand Russians are deprived of access to their foreign real estate jpg 673w” media=”(max-width: 320px) and (-webkit-min-device-pixel-ratio: 2), (max-width: 320px) and (min-resolution: 192dpi)” >

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The Ministry of Defense announced the destruction of two Su-25 armed forces of Ukraine

Two Ukrainian Su-25 aircraft were shot down in the Zaporozhye region and in the Donetsk People's Republic, the Ministry of Defense reported.

“Two Su-25 aircraft of the Ukrainian Air Force were shot down in the areas of the settlements of Chervony Yar, Zaporozhye region and Kurdyumovka of the Donetsk People's Republic»,— Igor Konashenkov, official representative of the department, said.

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The Ministry of Defense reported a downed drone near the Zaporozhye nuclear power plant

The Kremlin guaranteed the safety of IAEA experts at the Zaporozhye NPP

Russia guarantees the safety of IAEA experts when moving around the territory under its control near the Zaporizhzhya nuclear power plant, considers the mission necessary, said presidential press secretary Dmitry Peskov, RBC correspondent reports.

According to him, IAEA experts will arrive to the station through the territory controlled by Ukraine, where Kiev will be responsible for security. Peskov noted that countries are obliged to put pressure on Ukraine to stop shelling nuclear power plants.

According to him, Russia is interested in the IAEA mission, possible modalities for the actions of specialists will be discussed on the spot, it all depends on the details.

Responding to a question about the demilitarized zone, which the United States advocates for, the Kremlin spokesman said that there was no talk of it.

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