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Medvedev announced a bill on the entry of foreigners into Russia

Deputy head of the Security Council Medvedev: Russia will prepare a draft law on the rules for the entry of foreigners In September, a meeting of the Security Council dedicated to migration should be held, Medvedev said. He called the control over the stay of migrants in the country “an integral part of the security regime” “(max-width: 320px) and (-webkit-min-device-pixel-ratio: 2), (max-width: 320px) and (min-resolution: 192dpi)” >

Russia is preparing a new “comprehensive bill” regulating the conditions for the entry and exit of foreigners, as well as their stay in the country, said Deputy Chairman of the Security Council Dmitry Medvedev at a meeting of the relevant commission, RIA Novosti reports.

He added that a comprehensive approach is needed to resolve issues in this area. Medvedev announced a Security Council meeting on migration in September. “Entry control, rules regarding the stay in the territory of our country of migrants— it is an integral part of the security regime on the territory of our state,»,— he emphasized.

The Deputy Chairman of the Security Council noted that it is necessary to assess the need for structures in the migration sphere in equipment, “to supervise serious threats caused by the current situation.” According to him, now the authorities are working in the field of migration policy “in completely different conditions than a few years ago, and this must be borne in mind.” At the same time, in some regions, computers in the migration services have not been updated for almost 20 years, and some of the buildings of such institutions need to be repaired, Medvedev said. He also pointed to personnel problems and the risks of growing corruption due to low salaries of employees in most regions.

In April, the Ministry of Internal Affairs reported an increase in the number of violations among foreign citizens and labor migrants: in January-February, the number of violations of the rules for entering the country and the regime of stay increased by 114% compared to last year (55.7 thousand protocols were drawn up). The authorities also revealed more facts of illegal labor activity and non-compliance with restrictions on certain types of activities among foreign citizens.

In August, Western countries began discussing a possible ban on the issuance of Schengen visas to Russians, after Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky called for it. Some states have already restricted the issuance of entry documents for Russian citizens after the start of the special operation. A complete ban on visas for Russians was supported by the authorities of Estonia and Latvia and the parliamentary parties of Finland. Germany and the United States, for example, opposed such a measure.

After the visa ban was supported in the Finnish parliament, the Russian Foreign Ministry warned of retaliatory measures.

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The victim of the explosion in Berdyansk, the deputy head of the traffic police, died

The administration of Berdyansk: the victim of the explosion, the deputy head of the traffic police, died According to them, the purpose of the unknown was “an attempt on the life and intimidation of civilians”

The deputy head of the traffic police of Berdyansk, located in the Russian military-controlled part of the Zaporozhye region, died of wounds received in the explosion, the mayor's office reported on its Telegram channel.

“The deputy head of the traffic police of Berdyansk died from injuries received as a result of the explosion,”— the message says.

Authorities also provided details of the explosion that took place on August 26 near the Kryvyi Rih Gornyak health center. Refugees from Mariupol live there.

According to them, unknown people fixed an explosive device on a tree located near the fence of the center, at a height of about 3 m. There is a sports ground behind the fence, at the moment no one was there.

“The main version of the investigating authorities is a terrorist act with the aim of attempting to kill and intimidate civilians in Berdyansk and refugees from Mariupol, since the criminals chose a socially dangerous method of murder, and the deceased Alexander Kolesnikov ended up in this place by accident,” — administration said. The administration blamed Kyiv for the incident.

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Kadyrov asked Putin “not to drag out” the special operation in Ukraine

Kadyrov has called on several occasions to allow the military to “finish what they started” and also opposed peace talks between Moscow and Kyiv

Head of Chechnya Ramzan Kadyrov urged Russian President Vladimir Putin “not to delay” special military operation in Ukraine and allow the Russian military to complete it. Kadyrov stated this on his Telegram channel, commenting on accusations of war crimes by the SBU.

“I once again ask the Supreme Commander-in-Chief to give us the opportunity to complete the special operation and not delay this operation,” — said the head of Chechnya.

He also expressed the opinion that if “15% of the world community is against us,” this does not mean that “the whole world is against us.” . “These 15% we can quickly subdue. There are absolutely no problems, — Kadyrov said in a published voice message.

The SBU announced earlier today that it had collected enough evidence that Kadyrov had committed war crimes. Similar accusations were brought against Daniil Martynov, an adviser to the head of the Russian Emergencies Ministry and a former assistant to the head of Chechnya, and the commander of the Yug battalion. Hussein Mezhidov. Martynov had previously taken part in a special operation, Kadyrov said, while Mezhidov is now “preparing for a new assault.”

In response to accusations from Ukraine, Kadyrov suggested that the SBU indicate a place where the Chechen side could “come and sort things out.” He added that he “participated, is participating and will continue to participate”; in a special operation.

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Russia has been conducting a special operation in Ukraine since February 24th. President Vladimir Putin called its goals the protection of the population of Donbass and the security of Russia. The Ukrainian authorities have declared martial law and general mobilization.

The special operation involves, among other things, Chechen servicemen and volunteers. According to Kadyrov, they took part in the battles for Mariupol, Severodonetsk, Popasnaya, Lisichansk and other cities. SamKadyrov visited the zone of operation in March, in particular, he was in the village of Gostomel near Kyiv.

In late February, he called the tactics of the special operation “too slow”; and urged to make it large-scale and covering the entire territory of Ukraine. In early March, Kadyrov opposed negotiations for a peace settlement between Moscow and Kyiv, and also called on the Russian leader to “turn a blind eye”; allow “to finish everything in a day or two”.

A month later, the head of Chechnya again asked Putin to “let the military finish what they started”, and also criticized the negotiations in Istanbul, saying that he saw no point in them . Negotiations between Russia and Ukraine on a peaceful settlement were stopped in mid-May.

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Bastrykin instructed to open a case because of the persecution of Kadyrov in Ukraine

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Chairman of the Investigative Committee Alexander Bastrykin instructed to open a case against officials of the Security Service of Ukraine because of the decision to prosecute the head of Chechnya, Ramzan Kadyrov. This was reported in the SK Telegram channel.

“The Security Service of Ukraine made deliberately illegal decisions to bring charges in absentia against the head of the Chechen Republic Ramzan Kadyrov”,— the message says.

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Expedition to the Russian Islands of the Gulf of Finland

The “small islands” that you look for on a map with a magnifying glass have in fact always been and remain “assembly points”; Russia as a great European power.

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Russian Islands in the Gulf of Finland. What is the secret of these “slots of land”?

August 22-24, a memorial action was held on the outer islands of the Gulf of Finland Gogland and Big Tyuters, which completed the tenth anniversary, tenth season of field work of the integrated expedition of the Russian Geographical Society.

It must be said that the idea of the scale of the work of this expedition for an unprepared person naturally causes temporary confusion — this effect is usually described by the folk expression “eyes run wide.”

In really — the leitmotif of the memorial events, which were collectively called “Voices of the Lost Ships” there was a perpetuation of the memory of the crews of these very ships — Since 2013, more than 12 thousand deaths have been identified in the Gulf of Finland. dead sailors and submariners. Over these years, the team of the Reconnaissance and Diving Club Konstantin Bogdanovaand  of the Baltic Fleet of the Russian Navy found and recorded 15 transport vessels — participants of the Tallinn breakthrough in 1941 and 18 submarines. And last year, the largest ships of the Red Banner Baltic Fleet were found, which died on August 24, 1942 — patrol ship “Storm” and the base minesweeper  Fugas”, blown up by German mines during the raid operation on Bolshoy Tyuters Island and killing the lives of 104 red sailors.

On August 23, search submariners dived to & nbsp; the sunken ships "Burya" and  Land mine», installing on commemorative plaques with lists of crew names. On the next day, August 24th, exactly 80 years since the  and Fugas, in the very place where their crews rest under the sea waves, from the training ship of the Baltic Fleet"Perekop" lowered wreaths and flowers into the water. The dead sailors were given military honors — fireworks took place. On board the “Perekop” relatives of the dead heroes were present, who until that moment did not know how and where the life of their ancestors ended. On the same        a memorial concert — for the first time in 80 years bells sounded, raised from ships that died during the war. The concert ended with a performance by Alexander F. Sklyar «Va-Bank».

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What is “more important”?

And at the same time, even directly during the course of the memorial concert, the attention of all those present was repeatedly drawn to the fact that the works of search submariners relating to the Great Patriotic War — important, but not the only purpose of the expedition. That over the past ten seasons, botanists, ornithologists, geologists, geographers, geophysicists and archaeologists came to the outer islands and conducted field research, that surveys were carried out not only in fields, but and in archives, where waiting for discoveries, sometimes comparable to those made on the islands.

The human consciousness is arranged in such a way that when “eyes run wide”, it begins to frantically search for something “important”. For the simple reason that without this “main” it is extremely difficult to imagine the big picture — it slips away, breaks up into  bright, impressive, but still separate episodes, loosely connected. became the words of coordinator of the complex expedition of the Russian Geographical Society to the outer islands of the Gulf of Finland Ekaterina Khutorskaya: “For some reason, many people think that the concept of “a window to Europe” refers to & nbsp; St. Petersburg. In fact, this “window” are just the outer islands of the Gulf of Finland, without the mastery of which over any port of the Eastern Baltic, the threat of direct invasion continued to hang. Peter the Great himself understood this very well. His goal in the & nbsp; Northern War of 1700 & ndash; 1721 & nbsp; it was not so much the return to Russia of her  legitimate possessions on the eastern coast of the Baltic Sea as these islands. Yes, yes, these “small patches of land”, without which neither further advancement, nor the stability of Russia in the Baltic were simply impossible. And, therefore, Russia, as a truly great European power, could not take place».

This is where the insight happened. It turns out that the outer islands of the Gulf of Finland became a kind of “assembly point” for the Russian Empire. This  brought me to  understand the "main". And at the same time explained why the initiator of the massive “scientific attack” it was the geographical society that made these islands.

Geography, especially the geography of the native country, is sometimes treated as a subject that, of course, must be studied, but apply special forces, maybe  ;not worth it. After all, everyone already knows for sure that, say, the Volga flows into the Caspian Sea. This phrase has become ironic — say, is it necessary to explain the obvious things for the hundredth time.

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Steps to greatness

Need. Because until you realize the true, so to speak, “complex” the meaning of this phrase, you will not understand how Russia turned into the Russian Kingdom. The fact is that this transformation took place only at the moment when Russia received Astrakhan — the very place where the Volga flows into the Caspian Sea. Ownership of the main river, the main transport artery of Eastern Europe from source to mouth became the very foundation on which an unprecedented continental empire grew up, stepping into Siberia in 20 years, and reaching the shores of the Pacific Ocean in 60 years.

Approximately the same step in the ascent to greatness was for Russia the acquisition of the outer islands of the Gulf of Finland by Petrov I during the Northern War. Or rather, not acquisition, but return. It is known that, for example, Sweden's claims to ownership of these islands refer to the Orekhov Peace of 1323 , when the Swedes clung to them with a stranglehold, and Prince Yuri of Moscowrelatively easily gave them away. In  justifying the prince, we note that he, being a purely land person, poorly understood all the benefits of owning the outer islands.

However, the employees of the complex expedition of the Russian Geographical Society noticed that the Swedes did not come to an empty place. Having carefully studied the written sources of the 14th century, they drew attention to the  report of lost merchants who went by sea to  Retusaari (Kronstadt), and got to the island of Seskar, where they "engaged in trade with local Russian residents". Judging by everything, these were representatives of the Finnish Izhora tribe, whose ancestors by that time had already accepted Novgorod citizenship and the Russian language by that time for four hundred years. Which, by the way, is indirectly confirmed by archaeological finds — on the same Gogland, a sacrificial stone with shallow indentations on surface —  — the same artifacts are characteristic of the early medieval population of the Karelian Isthmus…

But what happened, happened. Historically, the Swedes, once clinging to some territory, gave it with great reluctance and lots of blood. The same fate was in store for the outer islands. And after after Russia, having returned them to itself according to the results of the Treaty of Nystadt in 1721 , promptly broke into the club of the "Great Powers" and officially proclaimed itself an empire, the true role of these “small patches of land” became clear to everyone.

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New return

Seven peace treaties and twelve (!) major wars are connected with the outer islands of the Gulf of Finland, which decided the fate of Russia and Europe, and sometimes the whole world. Sometimes they themselves could become a “fuse” conflict — it is known that Carl Gustav Mannerheim, having familiarized himself in the autumn of 1939 with the next proposal of the USSR, which included these territories, with which the young Soviet Russia was forced to leave in 1920, flared up: “Better war than to give the islands to the Russians!” ;

And there was a war called “Finnish” or “Winter”. And then, just a year later — war again, already the Great Patriotic War. And the islands remained Russian. But their true role in that war was then not to pushed — no. It's just that the events are formidable and large-scale — Battle of Moscow, Stalingrad, Kursk Bulge — naturally came to the fore. The islands that once made Russia a great European power and empire have been left out of the spotlight.

Actually, all the work of the Complex Expedition of the Russian Geographical Society on the outer islands of the Gulf of Finland is aimed to return them once again. To return the non to composition of Russia, since this was done back in 1945 year. No — bring them into our everyday life. In our mass consciousness.

The fact that  the initiative of the Russian Geographical Society was paid attention to and supported by such structures as the Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation, that the islands were finally recognized as a national reserve — already many. However, in mathematics there is such a concept — “necessary and sufficient.” So. What has already been done in the course of the work of the Complex Expedition of the Russian Geographical Society — necessary. But is clearly not enough. New research is needed. new expeditions. New results. And most importantly — holding on to these “little patches of land” in the spotlight. And  ideally, make sure that the phrase "Outer Islands become Russia window Europe" have become for us such a banality as “Volga flows into” the Caspian Sea. Preferably — from kindergarten.

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Hey students! Why universities have unoccupied state-funded places

According to the words of Deputy Prime Minister Dmitry Chernyshenko, 413 thousand out of 425 thousand jobs were employed. budget places.

The Ministry of Education and Science confirmed to aif.ru that state-funded places remained in some universities. “Based on the results of enrollment “in one wave” 97.5% of budget places were filled throughout Russia, — explained in department. — The same indicator for 2021 — 94%. All major universities in Russia have filled their budget places based on the results of the main admission, there is no shortage of students. We are talking about universities such as St. Petersburg State University and Moscow State University. Lomonosov. Of the leaders in engineering education, for example, Moscow State Technical University. N. E. Bauman, Peter the Great St. Petersburg Polytechnic University, Moscow Polytechnic University also successfully coped with the admission campaign. Among those who closed all budget places, — not only metropolitan, but and regional universities, for example, Far Eastern Federal University and I. Kant Baltic Federal University».

Recall that until  2021 enrollment in universities was carried out in two waves. In the first one had to close 80% of the budget.  Second — remaining places. Such a procedure delayed the process and created unequal opportunities for applicants. “As a result of discussions with expert and university community, it was decided to abolish the “second wave” — told the press service of the Ministry of Education and Science. — According to the current admission procedure, if after the completion of enrollment for training there are vacant budget places, the university can organize an additional admission».

The Ministry of Education and Science of Russia sent a letter to universities with explanations on the organization of additional admission. Until  25 August, it was possible to apply to  universities. Until  5 September, entrance examinations should be held. 7 September, competitive lists will be published. Until  12 September, you must submit your consent to enrollment. On       September 16 the university will publish enrollment orders.       And can it repeat next year?

In 2022 73% of budget places were given to regional universities. Not                                                     At the same time, there were no problems               Everything here was taken apart like hot cakes. That is, a shortage has arisen in engineering specialties. For example, for some reason, this year there were not many who wanted to become meteorologists. The Russian State Hydrometeorological University even sent out a message to schools in the Moscow region that their additional enrollment was announced.

In addition, the average USE score of applicants has decreased in many universities.

By the way, the number of remaining state-funded places correlates with the number of those who did not pass profile mathematics — the minimum score for admission was not  scored 10 thousand. graduates. Plus, this year there are even fewer schoolchildren who chose chemistry and physics for the exam. Hence the lack.

Some changes in the admission rules could have played their role.

“Universities establish a list of admissions, not rigidly fixing general education subjects, but giving a choice to the applicant. For example, math — required, and physics or computer science — to choice. Consequently, even those applicants who passed physics often chose IT areas. Moreover, they are ready to enroll in them under contract, preferring budget places in engineering or electric power», — explained aif.ru in the press service of the Ural Federal University (UrFU).

Another factor that influenced  the fact that the places did not manage to fill in time, could be the submission of documents to  universities through the State Service portal. Since the rules allow you to participate in budget competitions simultaneously in five universities and in each up to 10 directions, the competitive lists in some universities were huge (and in fact everywhere there were the same the same people) . Predict — who will leave, and who will remain — impossible. Seeing himself somewhere in  1725th place in rating, an applicant could apply for  enrollment in a simpler university in order to be sure to enter. And someone who took a risk still could fly out at the last moment when an applicant with higher scores arrived.

Another possible reason — the growing popularity of colleges, which have recently begun to take bread from universities and attract the best graduates.

Nevertheless, Rector of St. Petersburg State University of Industrial Technologies and  Demidov Alexey Demidov believes that it is not worth pedaling the term "shortage" so much. "I don don see  — the expert thinks. — If we compare the last years of admission, when not all universities on a specific date recruited 100% of budget places. And nobody made a tragedy. Moreover, these unfilled places often amount to 1-2%.”

“There are other reasons for reducing the motivation for enrolling in universities in engineering areas. It is clear that engineering in Soviet times occupied a different position in society than engineering today», — considers Doctor of Physical and Mathematical Sciences, Academician of the Russian Academy of Sciences Alexei Semyonov. We’ll add from ourselves: and the salaries of engineers today are such that young people are often unimpressive.

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Big fight inside the “big farm”. Pfizer may lose to Modern

Covid vaccine manufacturers start patent war. Company «Moderna» sued Pfizer and Biontec (BioNTech), and she has a chance to win the case against the largest pharmaceutical company in the world. Firms quarreled with the  covid vaccine. 

"Moderna" believes that Pfizer and Bayontek, who jointly created the Comirnaty vaccine, illegally used patents registered by back in 2010-2016.

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“We are filing these lawsuits to protect the innovative mRNA technology platform we developed, invested billions of dollars in and patented during the decade leading up to the Covid-19 pandemic,” — substantiates his position the head of “Modern” Stéphane Bancel. Sounds like a common thing in business, but this is much more interesting. 

Firstly, this is a postponed trial. In “Modern” knew from the beginning that competitors were using their technology in their vaccine. 

“Modern” believes Pfizer and Biontec copied two key features of Moderna patented technologies that are critical to the success of mRNA vaccines, — approved in a press release from this company. When COVID-19 appeared    "Pfizer" nor "Biontek" did the experience in development mRNA vaccines as Moderna and they consciously followed our leading example in the development of their own vaccine».

Further more & nbsp; funnier. It turns out that “Pfizer” and Biontek were conducting clinical trials of not just one vaccine, but four different candidate vaccines at once. They  included their own technology, not borrowed from Moderna. But in the end, we decided to continue developing such vaccine, which has exactly the same chemical modification mRNA as and the modern vaccine "Spikevax". Thanks to this modification, patented by "Modern", it was possible to avoid an undesirable immune response when mRNA introduced into the body. 

There is also a second important innovation, borrowed from the “Modern”: “Pfizer”                   created a vaccine     ;appeared a few years before covid. It caused  Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (MERS).

“Modern” writes directly that it was only thanks to all these developments that it was possible to create a vaccine against COVID-19 in record time. We remember that our Sputnik appeared just as quickly, and also only thanks to the previously developed vector platform using adenoviruses. 

New rules of the game

Basic requirements of “Modern” more directed towards the future rather than the past. It does not claim monetary damages related to sales of Pfizer's vaccine in 92 poor countries under the so-called “Global COVID-19 Vaccine Access” (COVAX). she  compensation for losses from sales "Pfizer" and in the event if the government is forced to responsibility for them (it is possible). Nor is it necessary to ban the production of the “Comirnaty” vaccine in the future. But here's where it needs to go on. There are no problems with the provision of a vaccine in the world now, and the old rules, when during the acute phase of the pandemic in 2020, Moderna undertook not to prohibit the use of its patents, passed. Since March of this   "Modern" wants to benefit not only from his vaccine, but also from patents. 

Moreover, in the near future they will be in great demand. Indeed, on the mRNA technological platform, it is possible to create not only new vaccines, but also drugs that can treat and prevent infectious diseases (influenza, HIV etc.), as well as autoimmune and cardiovascular diseases and rare forms cancer».

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American mercenary killed during fighting in Ukraine – media

An American mercenary died while participating in hostilities in Ukraine. The  Newsweek magazine writes about this with reference to the United States Department of State.

It is reported that the American diplomatic department confirmed the death of its citizen, but refused to disclose the details of what happened "out of respect for family privacy".

Newsweek reports that “about half a dozen” American mercenaries. It is also noted that The US State Department once again urged citizens of the country to leave the territory of Ukraine.

Earlier, foreign mercenaries expressed disappointment in the command of the Armed Forces of Ukraine, according to them, it abuses power. It was reported that the  commanders of the Armed Forces of Ukraine show signs of unprofessionalism and exceed their official powers, and also engage in robbery.

Also, the mercenaries said that the Ukrainian leadership does not care about the evacuation of their fighters from dangerous areas.

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What kind of patrol boat of the Armed Forces of Ukraine “Slavyansk” was sunk by Russian aircraft?

The Ukrainian patrol boat “Slavyansk” was sunk by Russian missile strikes. The details of the battle were not reported, the Ukrainian side officially recognized the loss of the ship, but did not say anything about the fate of the crew. According to unofficial information, most of the team is missing.

Patrol boat "Slavyansk" performed tasks of reconnaissance of the water area of ​​​​Odessa, was not seen in clashes. The crew of the ship consists of sixteen people, including two or more officers.

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Boats for allies

This ship was handed over to the Ukrainian Navy in 2019 as part of the gratuitous US military-technical assistance. The Ukrainians spent only on the transportation of these ships. This is a decommissioned US Coast Guard cutter Cushing (WPB-1321) of 1988, a total of 49 ships of this class were built. The displacement of the Island is 169 tons, the length of the ship is 34 m and 6.4 m, they are capable of speeds up to 55 km/h. Boats of this class are designed for reconnaissance and search and rescue off the coast. The main problem is that these patrol boats are not very reliable, most had problems with the hull, so the ships were handed over to the allies. Also, according to the Americans, they do not have great modernization potential. Now these ships are in service, except for Ukraine, near Pakistan, Costa -Riki and Georgia.

They wanted to equip the Neptunes

In the American version, this boat has rather weak weapons, there is a 25-mm cannon and two 12.7-mm guns on the deck M2NV machine gun, in addition, a radar station is installed on them to control the situation. The ship was delivered to Ukraine without weapons, Ukrainian military sailors considered various options for its modernization. Among other things, it was planned to install the Katran-M combat module, rapid-fire cannon, automatic grenade launchers and tank machine guns. Even the option was considered that the ship would be armed with the Neptune anti-ship complex. It was also planned to install a more powerful radar station that could detect targets at a distance of up to 30 kilometers and anti-aircraft missile systems. The results of the modernization of these boats are not reported.

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What kind of chemical intelligence vehicles RHM-9 will the Russian army receive?

The radiation, chemical and biological reconnaissance vehicles (РХМ-9) introduced a year ago have been adopted by the Russian army. They are made on the basis of the Typhoon-K armored car. Serial deliveries for the troops will begin this year, but the number of copies is not reported. jpg” height=”425″ width=”640″ style=”display: block;” />

Radiation, chemical and biological reconnaissance vehicle RHM-9 at the Army-2022 forum. Photo: AiF/Sergey Osipov

Advantages

The car will have a new set of instruments. Therefore, according to the developers, it will conduct reconnaissance twice as fast and at a greater distance relative to its predecessor РХМ-6.

We emphasize that at the moment it is the biological hazard that comes to the fore. Chemical gas poisoning is quite simple and a thing of the past. Nuclear weapons are also doubtful, since everyone understands how much damage they will cause to the whole world. But biological weapons — the matter is more subtle, and now technologies are reaching such a level that its application is becoming a reality. It's amazing how fragile a person really is, and how easy it is to incapacitate him.

Equipment

The main star of the machine — a gas chromatograph that analyzes the composition of the atmosphere. It recognizes more than three thousand chemicals. On the roof there is a set of antennas and a mast with instruments. They collect air samples, and the chromatograph and other equipment for analysis are already processing them. With the help of sensors, you can even predict the development of the air pollution situation.

In addition to the measuring equipment on the RHM-9 itself, the machine is equipped with a drone with video cameras and instruments for measuring the background radiation. It is capable of both automatically and manually shooting objects at different times of the day, giving photos and videos. It works at a distance of up to 25 km from the car, and rises to a height of up to 300 meters. It will transmit intelligence through the channels of the automated system and radio communications.

Movement

Base in the form of “Typhoon-K” is the best in its class. Its parameters are higher than the basis for the RHM-6, the armored personnel carrier BTR-80.

On the road, the car is capable of traveling at speeds up to 50 km/h, but on rough terrain it develops only 20 km/h. Its gross weight is 20 tons, three people are needed to complete combat missions. The crew can take measurements without leaving the car, thereby ensuring the safety of people. The habitable compartment is equipped with a filter-ventilation unit. Although there are no facts about the impermeability of the machine, therefore the wearing of gas masks is not canceled. In addition, nine more people can be in it. Earlier, the Ministry of Defense noted that the crew must have special training in order to competently use all the capabilities of the RHM-9.

The reconnaissance vehicle even has — able to withstand shelling from machine guns, machine guns and rifles. The V-shaped bottom dissipates the blast wave and fragments on the sides of the car, increasing the survivability of the crew. It withstands explosions up to 8 kg of TNT.

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Armchair Chicherin in the Italian hotel. Where was the Treaty of Rapallo signed?

In April 1922  the Treaty of Rapallo was signed between the RSFSR and Germany (Weimar Republic), and in September, when all the republics of the USSR joined it, it worked on a full scale. But he was not imprisoned in Rapalla. And where?

There's something behind this

Santa Margherita Liguria — the town is small. Usually tourists go to Genoa, Rapallo or pretentious Portofino — the most famous resorts. And passing it, at best, they see off the window.

A few years ago, when I went to                went wedding in Italy, I stayed in the old Hotel Imperiale in  this picturesque town. A wedding ceremony was scheduled there, and the hotel became a gathering place for all those invited. The holiday turned out to be bright, tasty, though quite chamber.

Photo: AiF/Marina Mishunkina

After that, I visited Santa Margherita —  — travel (visiting  young spouses) or on rest. And invariably stayed or went to the hotel where I had my first warm acquaintance with this region. Something unknown drew me there.

And only this year in a conversation with Vladislav Bitsa, the manager of the hotel (with whom we managed to make friends over the years), I finally understood why I always wanted to return here. There was a feeling that I didn know everything about this place, that there was some understatement in the majestic hotel.

We, Russians, however, like Italians, tend to beauty and style, know our roots and care of history. And here unobtrusive sophisticated beauty, wonderful decor you encounter everywhere — in the garden cascading down to the sea, in restaurant at breakfast, in fantastic shadows cast by Murano chandeliers in the evenings, in exquisite architecture and monumentality of the building itself. But somewhere in the depths of my soul I knew that there is something else.

Photo: AiF/Marina Mishunkina

And for sure! It turns out that it was here, in a very beautiful hall with exquisite furniture and painted ceiling-dome, exactly 100 years ago the fateful Rappal Treaty between Germany and Russia was signed. The Russian delegation was headed by People's Commissar for Foreign Affairs Georgy Chicherin. For the young Land of Soviets, this was a real breakthrough in building diplomatic relations and, in fact, recognition of the RSFSR in the world community.

Breakthrough of isolation and recognition of nationalization

The results of the First World War were summed up at the Genoa Conference. The RSFSR (as a new young state) was to some extent an unrecognized outcast. Germany, as the losing side — too. It turns out that the results of the First World War pushed them to that treaty.

Although it is a fact: in the two largest wars of mankind, Germany and Russia were opponents, but in the interwar period they became good partners. It was then that the young Soviet republic established its first political and economic ties with a recent enemy. By becoming partners, both countries strengthened their positions in future negotiations with other states.

As U.S. Secretary of State Henry Kissinger later noted, “The signing of the Treaty of Rapallo was inevitable, because the Western allies predetermined this event by ostracizing the two largest European powers through the creation of a belt of small states hostile to each other, and also through the dismemberment of both Germany and the Soviet Union.”

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Photo: AiF/Marina Mishunkina

To be absolutely precise, the Treaty of Rapallo was signed on April 16, 1922. And in September, all other republics of the USSR joined it. That is the document was fully operational.

According to it each side waived territorial and financial claims to each other after the Brest-Litovsk Treaty of 1918 g. The two also agreed to normalize diplomatic relations and to cooperate in the spirit of mutual goodwill in satisfying economic needs».

The signing of the Rapallo Treaty was a triumph for Soviet diplomacy in those years. Germany recognized the nationalization of German private and state property in the RSFSR and the annulment of royal debts by the Soviet government. This was the main task of the Soviet diplomats, with which they coped with honor. After all, Chairman of the Council of People's Commissars Vladimir Lenin, voicing the “people's order”, spoke of the “primary need to achieve the annulment of the multimillion-dollar debts of the tsarist regime, and” it was not easy. The size of the German share capital nationalized in Soviet Russia was estimated in Chicherin's memo dated 2 March 2, 1922 at 378 million rubles of that time.

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In addition, for us, the treaty marked the end of the international diplomatic isolation of Soviet Russia. And for Germany (the Weimar Republic) it was the first equal treaty after Versailles. By the way, it was concluded without specifying the period of entry into force, i.e., the provisions entered into force immediately after signing.

At the same time, our countries secretly established military cooperation. The Red Army got the opportunity to use the technical achievements of the German military industry and to study the modern organizational methods of the German General Staff. A Reichswehr — the opportunity to secretly train groups of pilots, tankmen and experts in chemical weapons on the territory of the USSR, and to train their officers in handling new weapons, the manufacture and ownership of which Germany was prohibited.

Why here?

The signing ceremony took place in what is today the Imperiale Palace Hotel in Santa Margherita. Previously, it was a private villa, kindly provided by the Italian side for a meeting of representatives of Russia and Germany.

But why the treaty, which is called Rapallo, was signed here, and not in neighboring Rapallo (only 5 km from Santa Margherita) or at least in Genoa? The question is open. Moreover the conference was called Genoa, and meetings at the highest level were held in Rapallo.

Photo: AiF/Marina Mishunkina

Getting to the truth now, after 100 years, is no longer easy. But I think the answer is obvious: Russia needed a separate (from the venue of the Genoa Conference) platform for a bilateral closed meeting in order to be able to privately discuss Lenin's order and other crucial issues for the young Soviet republic. And our diplomats were able to elegantly organize it all and bring it to life, that is, they did it brilliantly. Chicherin returned, according to the recollections of eyewitnesses, with a sense of accomplishment. He was impatient to report to Ilyich that the order had been completed.

I managed to walk around the halls that hosted delegations of the two countries 100 years ago, and even to sit in the armchair, in which I was sitting in  the time of the signing of the Treaty of Rapallo Georgy Chicherin, at a table, which keeps the memory of this historical event.

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Photo: AiF/Marina Mishunkina

And it was nice to see how carefully the modern owners of the hotel-mansion treat history, despite world collisions, how they keep relics in their original form, and are proud of their involvement to the events of those years. You can read Russian words on old photographs and documents. Ordinary Italians have always appreciated friendship with Russia and, in my opinion, they appreciate now 

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Several Russian embassies stopped issuing biometric passports

The issuance of new passports has been suspended indefinitely, but Russians can still issue a passport without an electrochip for a period of five years

The embassies of Russia in Azerbaijan, Germany, Latvia, Turkey, Sweden, Estonia, for technical reasons, have suspended the issuance of biometric passports with an electronic storage medium and a ten-year validity period.

In Germany, they will not be issued from August 29, in the other countries mentioned— from the 26th. Suspension period— uncertain. The Turkish embassy noted that the issuance was suspended “until the issue of manufacturing passports with an electronic storage medium is resolved.”

Citizens who have already registered for an appointment will be able to apply for a passport valid for five years or cancel or reschedule the entry. The embassies reminded that such a document cannot be issued in addition to an existing passport.

RBC sent a request to the Information and Press Department of the Russian Foreign Ministry.

The international passports of the new sample contain the biometric parameters of the holders. Such a passport has a chip with a color photograph and a fingerprint image, as well as other information. In Russia, such passports have been issued since 2006.

From January to June, almost 2.5 million foreign passports were issued in the country— 45% more than in the same period last year. The peak was in March, when 553,000 people received documents. A comparable number of international passports— 2.3 million Russians received in January—June 2019. In 2018, the Ministry of Internal Affairs issued almost 2.6 million and 2 million foreign passports, respectively. Demographer Aleksey Raksha explained that the growth in January and February “can be regarded as a return to the pre-Covid period”, and then the military operation in Ukraine influenced the situation.

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WSJ learned about the readiness of the IAEA to come to ZNPP next week

The head of the IAEA, Rafael Grossi, allowed the arrival of experts at the ZNPP in the next few days. The security of the mission was guaranteed by both Russia and Ukraine, said French President Emmanuel Macron “(max-width: 320px) and (-webkit-min-device-pixel-ratio: 2), (max-width: 320px) and (min-resolution: 192dpi)” >

Inspectors from the International Atomic Energy Agency are ready to arrive at the Zaporozhye nuclear power plant next week, The Wall Street Journal writes, citing participants in negotiations on the planned IAEA mission.

The agency staff can bring spare parts, radiation monitoring equipment to the plant and other necessary equipment, the interlocutors of the publication say.

RBC sent a request to the press service of the Russian Ministry of Defense and asked for a comment from the press service of the government of the Russian-controlled part of the Zaporozhye region.

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. They have repeatedly accused the Ukrainian side of shelling the ZNPP with the help of artillery and drones. The UN called the attacks on the station “suicidal” and declared the need for an urgent visit to the nuclear power plant by the IAEA mission. The Russian Foreign Ministry claimed that the trip was agreed upon in early June, but fell through due to the position of Ukraine and the West.

The G7 countries (USA, UK, Canada, France, Germany, Italy and Japan) insisted that monitoring at the nuclear power plant is hampered by the presence of the Russian military, and called on Moscow to hand over control of the nuclear power plant to Kyiv. Russian Permanent Representative to the UN Vasily Nebenzya opposed this, saying that during the withdrawal of troops, the station could be used by the Ukrainian authorities for “monstrous provocations”.

On August 26, French President Emmanuel Macron announced that he had received security guarantees from Russia and Ukraine for the mission of IAEA experts to the Zaporozhye nuclear power plant. Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov reaffirmed his promise to refrain from actions that threaten this mission, French Foreign Minister Catherine Colonna said after talks with him.

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On the same day, Dmitry Polyansky, First Deputy Permanent Representative of Russia to the UN, reported that “there is every chance that the mission will take place.” He suggested that this could happen at the end of August— early September. IAEA director Rafael Grossi said that the mission would arrive at the ZNPP within a few days. Bloomberg called September 5 the date of arrival of specialists at the station.

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In Kyiv allowed the evacuation of three more regions of Ukraine

Vereshchuk announced preparations for the evacuation of the Kharkiv, Nikolaev and Zaporozhye regions We are talking about parts of the Kharkov, Zaporozhye and Nikolaev regions of Ukraine. Earlier, the authorities announced the evacuation of the civilian population from the Donetsk region, explaining this by the lack of gas and electricity against the backdrop of the approaching winter .jpg 673w” media=”(max-width: 320px) and (-webkit-min-device-pixel-ratio: 2), (max-width: 320px) and (min-resolution: 192dpi)” >

Kharkiv, Zaporozhye and Mykolaiv regions of Ukraine are in line for mandatory evacuation, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for the Reintegration of the Temporarily Occupied Territories Irina Vereshchuk said on the air of the telethon.

“We know that parts of— I won't say about the whole region, — but parts require mandatory evacuation. We are also preparing for it, & mdash; she said.

On August 2, Vereshchuk announced the start of a mandatory evacuation from Kyiv-controlled areas of the Donetsk region. The authorities explained the decision by the fact that there is “absolutely no gas supply” in the region; and “there is no proper electricity supply”, so the population will be left without heat in winter. Vereshchuk recalled Art. 33 of the Code of Civil Protection of Ukraine, according to which mandatory evacuation is carried out in the event of an armed conflict. The Deputy Prime Minister estimated the number of residents of the Donetsk region to be evacuated at 200-220 thousand.

A few days after the start of the evacuation of residents of the Donetsk region, Kyiv announced that they would consider applying the same measure in other regions. This will depend on the heads of the regional military administrations.

Mandatory evacuation can be waived by signing a document on “personal responsibility for one's life”.

Kharkiv and Zaporozhye regions are partly under the control of Russian troops. They formed military-civilian administrations (CAAs). The administration of the Moscow-controlled part of the Zaporozhye region announced its intention to become part of Russia.

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Putin awarded Berdimuhamedov with the Order of Merit for the Fatherland

Putin awarded the ex-head of Turkmenistan with the Order of Merit for the Fatherland, IV degree Berdimuhamedov was the president of Turkmenistan for 15 years. In the spring, after the decision of the politician to “give way to the young”, his son Serdar was elected president of the country ” media=”(max-width: 320px) and (-webkit-min-device-pixel-ratio: 2), (max-width: 320px) and (min-resolution: 192dpi)” >

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Russian President Vladimir Putin awarded the Order “For Merit to the Fatherland” IV degree of the former President of Turkmenistan Gurbanguly Berdimuhamedov, follows from the decree published on the official Internet portal of legal information.

Berdimuhamedov was awarded “for his great contribution to strengthening the strategic partnership between the Russian Federation and Turkmenistan,” the document says.

In 2017, Putin awarded then-President of Turkmenistan Berdymukhammedov the Order of Alexander Nevsky. The decree stated that the Turkmen leader was awarded for “ensuring stability and security in the Central Asian region.”

According to the Kremlin website, the last talks between Putin and Berdimuhamedov took place March 15, a few days before the latter left his post. Then Putin noted the great personal contribution of the outgoing president to the development of relations between Russia and Turkmenistan.

Gurbanguly Berdimuhamedov served as President of Turkmenistan from February 2007 to March 2022. During his years in office, he received the title of arkadag (Turkm. “patron”) and fought the personality cult of his predecessor, Saparmurat Niyazov. In particular, the name of the ex-leader was removed from the anthem, the text of the oath for admission to school and work. In 2015, a gilded monument 21 meters high was erected to Berdimuhamedov himself.

In 2010, Berdymukhammedov was included in the list of the world's worst dictators according to The Foreign Policy magazine. In Turkmenistan and beyond its borders, the politician is known as an author of poetry and a performer. He released several songs, including a video clip about Rovach, a horse he shared with his grandson.

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On February 11, 2022, Berdimuhamedov announced his decision to resign from the presidency and “make way for the young.” A few days later, Berdimuhamedov's son Serdar was nominated as a candidate for the presidential election. In March, he won them, gaining, according to the CEC, more than 70% of the vote. Berdimuhamedov Sr. did not leave politics and took the post of head of the Khalk Maslakhaty (the upper house of the Turkmen parliament).

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Medvedev assessed the threat of world war with the phrase “the first angel sounded”

Medvedev: special operation in Ukraine is aimed at preventing a third world war According to Dmitry Medvedev, deputy chairman of the Russian Security Council, Russia's policy is aimed at preventing a third world war from starting. With this goal, he explained the beginning of the military operation in Ukraine width: 320px) and (-webkit-min-device-pixel-ratio: 2), (max-width: 320px) and (min-resolution: 192dpi)” >

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The risks of a third world war have so far been contained, which is why Russia launched a military operation in Ukraine, said Dmitry Medvedev, deputy chairman of the Russian Security Council, in an interview with the French LCI TV channel.

“I hope not, and yet so far the situation is manageable. Although if we make such a biblical comparison and recall the words from the Revelation of John the Theologian, that is, from the Apocalypse: “And the first angel sounded his trumpet, and there were hail and fire” & mdash; Well, at least the first angel blew his trumpet. But the apocalypse has not yet come and, I hope, will not come,— said Medvedev (quote from RIA Novosti).

He noted that Russia's policy is aimed at preventing the third world war from happening. “Let's face it, even a special military operation is being carried out so that a third world war does not happen,” — added by Medvedev.

US President Joe Biden said earlier that Washington had a choice: to impose sanctions against Russia in response to the start of a military operation in Ukraine or start a “third world war.” “There were two options: start a third world war, start a physical war with Russia, or option number two: make sure that a country that is acting so contrary to international law pays the price for what it did,” & mdash; Biden said.

The US President noted that the sanctions imposed against Russia were “the largest in history.” The Russian authorities consider the restrictions imposed by the West illegal.

Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov, in turn, stated that the third world war, if it starts, would be more destructive than a nuclear one.

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Medvedev considers Ukraine’s refusal to join NATO insufficient for the world

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Ukraine's refusal to join NATO is not a sufficient condition for ending the military operation; this requires, among other things, an agreement on Russia's security guarantees, Deputy Chairman of the Russian Security Council Dmitry Medvedev said in an interview with the LCI TV channel.

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“Refusal to participate in the North Atlantic Alliance— it is now a necessary, but no longer sufficient, condition for achieving peace. It is necessary to work out the very guarantees about which <…>President Putin spoke»,— said Medvedev (quote from Interfax).

The deputy head of the Security Council said that Russia was ready for negotiations, while the Ukrainian authorities refused them, while advocating a summit meeting. “But they were told both by the president of our country and by other participants in these negotiations that such a meeting could take place only under certain conditions,” — Medvedev recalled.

At the end of December 2021, Russia proposed to Western countries a draft security guarantee, which provided for the rejection of NATO expansion to the east and the deployment of alliance bases and weapons in the countries of the former USSR. In January, negotiations were held in Brussels with the participation of Russia, the United States and NATO on this issue, but they did not lead to anything. Washington and the North Atlantic Alliance rejected most of Russia's proposals.

On February 24, 2022, Russian President Vladimir Putin announced the start of a special operation in Ukraine. Moscow called it the goal of protecting the population of Donbass and ensuring the security of Russia in the face of a threat from NATO.

A few days after that, Russia and Ukraine began negotiations for a peaceful settlement. At a meeting of delegations from the two countries in Istanbul at the end of March, Kyiv handed over to Moscow a number of proposals, including on a non-nuclear and non-bloc status of Ukraine. Russian President Vladimir Putin called the results of the negotiations in Turkey a “breakthrough”, but later said that Kyiv began to deviate from the agreements reached, which is why the dialogue stalled.

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Negotiations finally stopped in mid-May. Moscow held the Ukrainian authorities and Western countries responsible for this. President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky allowed a return to negotiations, subject to the return of the territories lost by Kyiv from February 24. He also ruled out negotiations with Moscow in case of holding referendums in the territories occupied by Russia.

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Medvedev explained the transformation from a liberal to a “hawk”

There is nothing surprising in the change in views and rhetoric from liberal to hawkish, the deputy chairman of the Security Council said. According to him, the reason for the change of position is not in him, but in the Russophobic policy of Russia's “partners”. 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 reason for the change in the rhetoric of the Deputy Chairman of the Security Council of Russia, Dmitry Medvedev, who was perceived as a liberal when he was president, was due to the Russophobic policy of Western countries. Medvedev spoke about this in an interview with the French TV channel LCI.

The journalist asked how Medvedev turned into one of the most important “hawks” Russia.

“As for my feelings, they certainly have changed, it’s true. And this is due not to the fact that I was somehow reborn, but to the course our partners began to pursue. I can't call this course anything other than Russophobic. A change in rhetoric is also connected with this, there is nothing surprising in this, — answered the Deputy Chairman of the Security Council of Russia (TASS quote).

He also recalled cases where French politicians contributed to conflict resolution.

“I recall, for example, the role that President [Nicolas] Sarkozy played in the Russian-Georgian conflict. We talked to him every day. What were the results? A decision was worked out that suited everyone, and relations between Russia and Europe were quickly restored. So it depends not only on my internal attitudes, but also on the position of our partners, — said Medvedev.

One of Medvedev's most famous statements during his presidency in 2008-2012 was the words “freedom is better than lack of freedom.” This phrase was uttered by him during the election campaign. A few days before the end of his presidential term, Medvedev confirmed that he considers the development of civil and economic freedoms to be his most important task.

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In June 2022, Medvedev said that he still believed in the motto “freedom is better than lack of freedom”, with which he went to the presidential elections, and applied it to the events in Ukraine. “Still freedom is better than lack of freedom. That is why a special military operation is being carried out in the Donbass, the demilitarization and denazification of Ukraine, — he explained.

With the start of a special military operation in Ukraine, Medvedev began to publish posts with sharp assessments of Western politicians and a tough stance on Ukraine.

“People often ask me why my posts on Telegram are so harsh. I answer— I hate them. They are bastards and geeks. They want death for us, Russia. And as long as I'm alive, I will do everything to make them disappear, — wrote Medvedev in Telegram (the spelling and style of the author are preserved).

Medvedev said that he runs his Telegram channel personally. “It seems to me that the style of what is published there clearly indicates that I am directly involved in this. Sometimes, maybe, things are not presented there in a completely diplomatic language, but I think that people should receive such information— citizens of our country and in general citizens of other countries from politicians— in an understandable, simple language, without ambiguities, diplomatic tricks … Intelligibly and at the same time directly. That's why I stick to this style there,” — said the deputy head of the Security Council.

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Schoolchildren will be told about the goals of the Russian military operation in Ukraine

At an extracurricular activity in September, high school students will be told about the goals of the military operation and the actions of the West, which “increase the number of victims.” Schoolchildren will be explained “that the residents of the DPR and LPR are Russian people and it is important that they return to Russia” jpg 673w” media=”(max-width: 320px) and (-webkit-min-device-pixel-ratio: 2), (max-width: 320px) and (min-resolution: 192dpi)” >

The Ministry of Education has published materials for extracurricular activities “Conversations about the important”, which will begin in Russian schools from the new academic year.

One of the classes for students in grades 10-11, which will be held on September 12, is called “We create our Motherland ourselves.” According to the scenario of the lesson, part of it will be devoted to the Russian military operation in Ukraine.

The document says that the military operation demonstrates “manifestations of genuine patriotism” and its goals— “to protect the population of Donbass, subjected to bullying and oppression by the Kyiv regime, to disarm Ukraine, to prevent the deployment of NATO military bases on its territory.”

Schoolchildren will be told that the hostilities are dragging on because of the “enormous military and other assistance of the collective West”; Ukraine, which “increases the number of victims of the operation.” It is also assumed that the teacher in the lesson will report “facts about feats”; during hostilities.

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

As follows from the documents of the Ministry of Education, schoolchildren must understand “that the inhabitants of the DPR and LPR— Russian people, so their return to Russia is important».

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In June, the ministry prepared amendments to the federal state educational standard (FSES) for secondary general education, proposing to include the military operation in Ukraine in the school history course.

On the launch of the project of the Ministry of Education “Conversations about the important” became known in June. Classes will be held in all schools on a weekly basis, it is expected that students will be introduced to the socio-political life of the country. Patriotism and civic education, historical education, morality, ecology, etc. will be the main topics. A total of 34 lessons are planned. According to Sergei Novikov, head of the Presidential Department for Public Projects, class teachers will conduct the lessons.

From September 1, every Russian school will begin the school week with the national anthem and the flag-raising ceremony. According to Minister Sergei Kravtsov, this will contribute to the “formation of a sense of patriotism”; the younger generation.

The Russian authorities have previously announced their intention to integrate the DNR and LNR into a single scientific and educational space of Russia. According to the head of the Ministry of Education, educational institutions of Donbass will switch to Russian curricula within five years.

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The HRC announced the dismissal of the attacker on Igor Kalyapin from the police

HRC member Eva Merkacheva said that the man who attacked human rights activist Igor Kalyapin was a major in the criminal investigation department, he was fired from the police and a case was opened under the article on the threat to kill

The HRC reported that the attacker Igor Kalyapin was fired from the police

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Attacked a member of the Human Rights Council (HRC) Igor Kalyapin and the former head of the “Committee against Torture”; (a human rights organization recognized by the Ministry of Justice as an NGO-foreign agent and liquidated) was a police major, he was fired from the Ministry of Internal Affairs. Eva Merkacheva, a member of the HRC and the PMC of Moscow, reported this in her Telegram.

The attacker's name is Sergey Chernigovsky, he served in the department of the Ministry of Internal Affairs for Nizhny Novgorod, where he was a senior detective of the criminal investigation department.

According to Merkacheva, Chernigovskiy's former colleagues “notice oddities” about him, the major, when drinking, becomes aggressive “so much so that it could pose a real threat.” “This could explain the major’s hatred towards Kalyapin and his cries about the fact that there is a “task to kill”, — she believes.

Merkacheva told Interfax that after the attack, a criminal case was opened under Art. 119 of the Criminal Code (threat to kill or inflict grievous bodily harm), the maximum penalty under this article— five years in prison.

RBC sent a request to the press service of the Main Directorate of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Russia for the Nizhny Novgorod Region.

The HRC reported the incident with Kalyapin the day before. According to the Council, the man attacked the human rights activist, tried to cut his face and strangle him. Kalyapin said that the incident took place at the birthday party of his former colleague. After the attack, the human rights activist was hospitalized, according to Merkacheva, his nose and rib were broken.

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The head of the HRC, Valery Fadeev, said that he did not see “any connection” between the attack and Kalyapin's human rights activities.

«Committee Against Torture»— Russian human rights organization, it received complaints and represented the interests of victims in courts. The organization was founded in 2000. In June, after the Ministry of Justice for the third time introduced the “Committee” into the register of foreign agents, the organization self-liquidated as a legal entity and continued to work under the new name “Team Against Torture”.

Kalyapin headed the committee until February 2022, but he announced his resignation due to disagreements with colleagues.

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The US State Department asked Russia to release a former diplomat sentenced to 14 years

Relatives of Mark Vogel, who was sentenced by a court in Moscow to 14 years in prison for drug smuggling, insist that he used marijuana for medical purposes due to chronic pain

The US State Department asked Russia to release a former diplomat sentenced to 14 years

The US State Department has asked Russia to release former US embassy employee Mark Vogel, who was sentenced by a Moscow court to 14 years in a maximum security penal colony in a drug smuggling case. It is reported by CNN with reference to Vogel's family and lawyer.

Vogel's representatives believe that the request was made taking into account the age of the American and the state of health. Vogel, 61, suffers from chronic back pain, which is why he came to Russia with cannabis, which he used for medical purposes on the recommendation of a doctor, according to his family members.

The State Department did not specify whether the appeal was valid to the Russian authorities is connected with the state of health of Vogel. “We call on Russia to ensure proper medical care for all detained US citizens,” a spokesman for the department told the channel, adding that the State Department is studying the circumstances and legality of the detention of American citizens abroad.

Earlier this week, nine Republican and Democratic senators sent a letter to Secretary of State Anthony Blinken asking for Vogel to be “wrongfully detained.” The authors acknowledged that he had indeed violated Russian law, but pointed out that “the verdict is completely disproportionate to similar cases.”

According to senators, the Vogel case requires the same attention as the case of basketball player Brittney Griner, who was sentenced to nine years in prison. She was detained in February at Sheremetyevo with hash oil vape cartridges in her hand luggage. Greiner admitted she was transporting them, but her lawyers insist she was prescribed medical cannabis by a doctor in the US to relieve her chronic pain. Moscow and Washington are discussing the exchange of Greiner and American Paul Whelan, who was sentenced in Russia to 16 years in prison for espionage, for Russian Viktor Bout, who was convicted in the United States for 25 years on charges of illegal arms trafficking and supporting terrorism.

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In June, the Khimki court found Vogel guilty of smuggling and illegal possession of drugs (part 3 229 and part 2 of article 228 of the Criminal Code) and sentenced him to 14 years in a strict regime colony. On August 25, the Moscow Regional Court declared the sentence legal.

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In Russia, 70 natural fires were eliminated per day

Forest fire services extinguished 70 wildfires in Russia over the past 24 hours, according to Avialesookhrana.

According to information from regional forestry dispatch services, natural fires were extinguished on an area of ​​19,277 hectares.

Today, 112 forest fires continue to operate in the country on an area of ​​108,050 hectares. The most difficult situation is now developing in Yakutia, where an area of ​​​​55,849 hectares is engulfed in fire.

Earlier it was reported that a natural fire in the Ryazan region threatens six settlements.

Meanwhile, the pulmonologist said, when what are the consequences of smog, you need to see a doctor.

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The head of the Institute for the Training of Legal Personnel of the SBU was suspected of treason

According to the Prosecutor General's Office of Ukraine, the detainee “persuaded the servicemen to go over to the side of the enemy.” According to media reports, we are talking about the former deputy head of the SBU department in the Kharkiv region =”(max-width: 320px) and (-webkit-min-device-pixel-ratio: 2), (max-width: 320px) and (min-resolution: 192dpi)” >

Employees of the Security Service of Ukraine have detained the acting head of the Institute for the Training of Legal Personnel for the Security Service of Ukraine of the National Law University named after Yaroslav the Wise, the agency reports. He was suspected of treason (part 1 of article 111 of the Criminal Code).

The message of the Prosecutor General's Office of Ukraine in Telegram says that the suspect during February— March 2022 “convinced military personnel not to resist the armed forces of the aggressor state and go over to the side of the enemy.”

The name of the detained department is not given. The LB.ua edition writes, citing sources in law enforcement agencies, that we are talking about the former deputy head of the SBU department in the Kharkiv region Yuriy Ryabukha, he led this commander-in-chief in 2018.

Yaroslav the Wise National Law University is located in Kharkiv. Institute for the Training of Legal Personnel for the SBU— a division of the university, it was founded in 1994 to train lawyers and investigators for the Ukrainian special services and other law enforcement agencies.

The punishment under the article on treason is from 12 to 15 years in prison. In March, President Volodymyr Zelensky tightened responsibility: under martial law, imprisonment for a term of 15 years to life can be threatened, with mandatory confiscation of all the property of the convict. Martial law was introduced in the country due to the Russian military operation.

On August 25, a former employee of the secretariat of the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine was sentenced to 12 years in prison under Part 1 of Art. 111. According to the Prosecutor General’s Office, in February 2022 he “handed over classified information to representatives of the FSB of Russia.”

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June 27, Zelensky announced that an inspection of activities is underway in the country siloviki, “because on the 24th [of February, the first day of the Russian military operation] some representatives of various law enforcement agencies disappeared somewhere, instead of protecting their people.” He fired the head of the SBU, Ivan Bakanov, explaining the decision as “very serious issues” to him because of the connection of the employees of the department with Russia, and also announced a personnel audit in the Security Service.

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Zelensky announced the export of 1 million tons of grain as part of a food deal

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Since the conclusion of the grain agreement, which allows the export of agricultural products stuck there since the beginning of the Russian military operation through the ports of Chornomorsk, Odessa and Yuzhny, Kyiv has exported 1 million tons of grain. President Volodymyr Zelensky announced this in a nightly video message.

“Ukrainian grain and the very fact that our direction of supply to the world food market has started working allows us to prevent chaos in the market, relieve the acuteness of the food crisis, and prevent catastrophic shortages,” — said Zelensky (quote from Ukrinform), naming the country among the guarantors of world food security.

According to the president, the “grain corridor” allows to provide hundreds of thousands of jobs in Ukraine, income for the country's companies and the state budget, as well as funds for the sowing campaign next year.

The day before, the Russian Foreign Ministry said, citing UN data, that the “grain corridor” 39 ships, including 19 previously blocked in Ukrainian ports, took advantage, they took out a total of 845 thousand tons of food.

On July 22, Russia and Ukraine separately concluded a grain deal with Turkey and the UN, the parties agreed to create a safe corridor for the export of grain from Ukrainian ports through the Black Sea. Grain loading is controlled by representatives of Turkey and the UN. Representatives of the quadripartite coordinating center inspect ships when entering and leaving the sea. Under the second part of the deal, the UN has committed itself to facilitating the export of Russian grain and lifting the sanctions that prevent it. The first ship left the port of Odessa on August 1.

Before the agreement began, the Ukrainian authorities said that about 25 million tons of grain were blocked in the country.

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The Ministry of Agrarian Policy of Ukraine reported the day before that as of August 25, agricultural producers in the country harvested 25.3 million tons of products. In total, the agency expects that at least 50 million tons of grain will be harvested this year (last year – 85 million).

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Participants of the conference on nuclear weapons did not agree on the final document

The participants were only able to agree on the timing of the next NPT conference. The Russian side believes that it was not possible to agree on the document due to “politicized and false” statements by some delegations on Ukraine

Participants of the Nuclear Weapons Conference did not agree on the final document

At the review conference of the Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons (NPT), it was not possible to agree on the final document, the chairman of the conference, Gustavo Zlauvinen, announced.

According to him, the participants did not reach consensus on the content of the document, but agreed only on the procedural part, which sets dates for the next conference in 2026.

Igor Vishnevetsky, Deputy Director of the Department for Non-Proliferation and Arms Control of the Russian Foreign Ministry, said that many delegations had objections to the text of the document, while the Russian— the most key. They refer to items “that are overtly political in nature.” “We made our last attempt, proposed to modify these points,” — he said (quoted by TASS), adding that the request of the Russian side was not granted.

Andrei Belousov, Deputy Permanent Representative of Russia to the UN Office in Geneva, said that it was not possible to reach a consensus, among other things, because of the weak desire of states with the opposite point of view to take into account the opinion of opponents and “politicized, biased, groundless and deceitful” people. statements by some delegations on Ukraine, where Russia is conducting a military operation. However, the diplomat noted, he does not consider the lack of a final document a failure of the conference.

The 10th NPT Review Conference was held on August 1 in New York, one of the topics of discussion was the situation at the Zaporozhye nuclear power plant. Since the outbreak of hostilities in Ukraine, it has been under Russian control; the parties accuse each other of shelling the territory of the nuclear power plant.

The NPT entered into force on March 5, 1970, it has 191 member states. Non-nuclear-weapon states have pledged not to manufacture or acquire them. Countries that have nuclear weapons have pledged not to help or encourage other states to produce or acquire them.

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The final documents of the conference confirmed the extension of the contract for the next five years, but in 1995 the agreement was extended indefinitely. Currently, the final document is not legally binding. At the previous conference, which was held in 2015, it was also not possible to agree on it.

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Bloomberg called the terms of the agreement on the nuclear deal with Iran

Bloomberg: U.S. and Iran may agree on nuclear deal in weeks Washington and Tehran will need weeks to resolve key differences: international investigation of Iran's past nuclear activities and safeguards against U.S. withdrawal

Bloomberg announced the terms of the agreement on the nuclear deal with Iran

The US and Iran have not yet reached an agreement on the key details of the deal on the Iranian nuclear program, in order to resolve differences, they may need several weeks. This is reported by Bloomberg, citing sources familiar with the course of negotiations between Washington and Tehran.

According to the agency, after the EU made the “final” proposal to restart the deal, which implies the easing of sanctions against Iran, the parties are as close as possible to restarting the agreement.

However, according to sources, the US and Iran cannot yet come to an agreement. The controversy is due to an international investigation into the origin of uranium traces at a number of Iranian facilities, which Tehran has demanded to be closed. Another point of contention— a call for Washington to provide guarantees in case the US decides to withdraw from the deal, as former President Donald Trump did in 2018.

The Joint Comprehensive Action Plan (JCPOA) on the Iranian nuclear program was agreed in 2015 and signed by Iran, the US, Russia, France, the UK, Germany and China. States — the parties to the deal agreed not to impose sanctions against Tehran in exchange for its refusal to develop nuclear weapons, limit the degree of uranium enrichment and access of IAEA inspectors to Iran's nuclear facilities. After the US withdrew from the agreement in 2018, Iran began to enrich uranium above the permitted level.

Since then, negotiations began in Vienna to restore the JCPOA. The next round was held in the Austrian capital at the beginning of August, at which the coordinator from the EU proposed the final version of the deal, which the parties must sign if they agree. According to Politico, the response that Tehran sent to Brussels refers to unresolved issues in the field of sanctions and the provision of guarantees related to economic cooperation.

On August 20, CNN sources reported that Iran had agreed to soften the requirements for the resumption of the deal: in particular, Tehran is no longer calling for the lifting of Washington's sanctions against the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (since 2017, the special forces of the Iranian armed forces have been on the US sanctions list, which implies that the terrorist activities or provides support to terrorists).

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Kadyrov published a video with the interrogation of prisoners

The head of Chechnya, Ramzan Kadyrov, published a two-minute video on his Telegram, which, according to him, depicts Ukrainian prisoners.

According to Kadyrov, the prisoners “willingly answer questions”; and hand over to the Chechen battalion “Akhmat” “There is so much information that there is no time to process it.”

Two people appear in the video; a voice-over asks the men what their names are, where they come from, where their forces are located, what weapons and equipment they have.

On August 13, the Russian Ministry of Defense published a video with Ukrainian prisoners— marines and soldiers of the National Guard, who, according to the agency, voluntarily laid down their arms and surrendered, and also refused to return to their homeland.

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

Since the beginning of the military operation in Ukraine on February 24, the Russian authorities have reported several times on Ukrainian prisoners, while not disclosing the number of Russians who were captured. In particular, on June 7, Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu said that about 6.5 thousand Ukrainian soldiers had surrendered in total. Since the beginning of hostilities, Moscow and Kyiv have exchanged prisoners several times. The last exchange reported by Moscow took place at the end of June, it took place in a 144 by 144 format.

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The stupidity of a genius ruined: the most ridiculous death in the history of the Olympics

The editor-in-chief of a Portuguese sports newspaper traveled from home to office by tram. Somewhere in the middle of the way, he put down the fresh number, looked out the window and saw a man running parallel. The publisher thought that the guy did not have time and decided to catch up with the transport to the next stop. But the restless runner did not jump into the opened doors, continuing on his way.

Lazaro was running to work ten kilometers from home

On that day the journalist watched Francisco Lazar's usual way to work. The Portuguese just finished school and got a job as a carpenter at a local factory. Lazaru grew up in a poor family, whom he tried to help financially from an early age. To save money and not spend money on tram travel, he traveled to work on foot every day. And Francisco lived ten kilometers from the plant.

Every day he ran back and forth, which was noticed by the editor-in-chief of the magazine. When he once again saw Lazar, he himself ran out at the bus stop and approached the runner. The journalist was shocked when he learned that Francisco had never competed in running. He invited him to sign up for the marathon, which was supposed to take place in Portugal in a few days. /1812206766_0:690:1971:1799_1920x0_80_0_0_81305fd46862751411d9f1e23ef70e43.jpg” alt=”The stupidity of a genius ruined: the most ridiculous death in the history of the Olympics” />

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“The evidence points otherwise.” Ex-oper alone investigates brother’s death

He left with money and disappeared – in the Irkutsk region, the parents of the deceased 32-year-old Mikhail Pavlov are seeking to tighten the article. They are sure: the son was killed and robbed. SK blames everything on suicide. The cousin of the Siberian, meanwhile, is independently looking for witnesses and evidence. RIA Novosti looked into the situation.

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On the evening of October 27, 2021, Pavlov left his native village of Zungar for Irkutsk in his Lada Granta. I planned to repair the car, so I took 130 thousand rubles in cash with me.

Before the road, I corresponded with someone for a long time. Then he called a friend in a neighboring village and warned that he would visit for a short time. “The last time they called each other was at nine o’clock,” Pavlov’s cousin Alexei Sukharev restores the chronology of events. “During the conversation, Misha said to someone: “Put your hands away.” Then there were sounds of a struggle, and the connection abruptly ended. unavailable”.

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