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2022 marks the 300th anniversary of the Russian prosecutor's office. And in September 2022, it will be 155 years since the formation of the military prosecutor's office. How the capital's military prosecutors stand guard over military legality is described in an article by the Moscow city military prosecutor, Major General of Justice & nbsp; Valeria  Neko prepared for MK.

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by Order of the Revolutionary Military Council

The Moscow City Military Prosecutor's Office turns 97 this year. The first documentary mention of the military prosecutor's office, where the name indicates belonging to the Moscow garrison, dates back to 1925. By order of the Revolutionary Military Council of the Republic, the military prosecutor's office of the 2nd rifle corps was transformed from April 1 into the military prosecutor's office of the 2nd rifle corps and the Moscow garrison. This day is considered the day of the formation of the Moscow City Military Prosecutor's Office.

The staff was small: a military prosecutor, two assistants, a secretary, a senior clerk, a senior copyist and a copyist. Under the supervision of the prosecutor's office there were dozens of military units and institutions in Moscow, Moscow, Kaluga and Tula provinces. In the first year alone, prosecutors investigated over two thousand criminal cases, conducted more than five thousand inquests, and considered five hundred applications from citizens.

During the years of mass repressions, the city military prosecutor's office turned out to be almost the only body in Moscow that tried to resist arbitrariness. Many employees of the military prosecutor's office suffered for their adherence to principles, unwillingness to sanction the arrest and prosecute obviously innocent servicemen.

The fate of almost all the military prosecutors of the Moscow garrison of the pre-war period was tragic. Two of them – M.M. Subotsky and M.I. Stavitsky – convicted on trumped-up charges of Trotskyist activity and shot in the late 1930s. Later they were rehabilitated.

The military prosecutors I.V. Malkin and A.I. Bakulov were subjected to political repressions and were imprisoned for a long time. Later they were also rehabilitated. Only V.I.Krestovnikov and N.I.Vladimirov escaped repression.

For absenteeism — under the tribunal

From the first days of the Great Patriotic War, the military prosecutor's office ensured law and order in the garrison in wartime, organized the fight against deserters. The order of the military prosecutor has been preserved, which conveys the atmosphere of those days: “No one has the right to be absent for one minute without the permission of his superior. For any cases of unauthorized absence, I will be strictly punished, up to and including being brought to trial by a military tribunal.In December 1941 alone, on the proposal of the military prosecutor's office of the Moscow garrison, the city commandant's office and the NKVD carried out mass checks, as a result of which 3940 persons who evaded military service, 403 deserters, 5443 soldiers who had fallen behind their units and had no documents were detained.

In addition to criminal prosecution, the military prosecutor's office of the Moscow garrison supervised the observance of laws by military command and control bodies, bodies of inquiry and investigators of state security bodies when investigating cases within the jurisdiction of military tribunals; when considering cases in military tribunals; in places of detention of detained and arrested servicemen; in disciplinary units, as well as in the execution in military units of punishments imposed by military tribunals.

The role of the military prosecutor's office in the consideration of criminal cases in military tribunals was to prevent cases of application of excessively severe penalties against those who were confused in a combat situation and, as a result, committed a crime, so that the latter had the opportunity to atone for their guilt before the Motherland in battles with the enemy.

Article 28 of the Criminal Code then in force allowed for the postponement of the execution of sentences until the end of the war. The convicts, to whom this law was applied, got the opportunity to prove themselves in battle, and thereby atone for their guilt and be released from punishment with the removal of a criminal record.

In the most difficult period of the beginning of the Great Patriotic War and the heroic defense of Moscow from the fascist invaders, the military prosecutor's office of the Moscow garrison was headed by brig military lawyer A.S. Agalakov.

Peacetime tasks

During the years of restoration of the national economy destroyed by the war and its subsequent rise, the military prosecutor's office of the Moscow garrison successfully solved the tasks of combating banditry, illegal arms trafficking, theft of military property, encroachments on the established procedure for military service, the formation of a respectful attitude towards the law among military personnel, criminal prosecution of traitors Motherland and persons who collaborated with the Nazi invaders.

During this period, the military prosecutor's office was headed by B.I. Alekseev, I.V. Krasnikov, B.M. Shaver, S.I. Tupolov, S. A.Smirnov, A.F.Tsumarev.

In December 1966, the Regulations on the Military Prosecutor's Office were approved by the Decree of the Presidium of the Supreme Soviet of the USSR. With its adoption, the bodies of the military prosecutor's office were finally formalized as a law enforcement system, their structure and tasks, the powers of military prosecutors were defined, the independence of the military prosecutor's office from the command was regulated, its activities in overseeing law and order in the troops were streamlined.

B 60 -70s the military prosecutor's office of the Moscow garrison was headed by V.Ya.Dmitrenko, V.I.Dobatkin, R.A.Kuznetsov.

At the turn of the 80s and 90s, the difficult socio-economic situation, a sharp increase in crime, especially evasion from military service, problems with material and domestic support, legal nihilism in society demanded hard work from prosecutors and investigators. In those years, L.M. Zaika led the military prosecutors of the Moscow garrison.

Federal Law “On the Prosecutor's Office of the Russian Federation” On August 24, 1995, the military prosecutor's office of the Moscow garrison was vested with the powers of the prosecutor's office of a constituent entity of the Russian Federation and renamed the Moscow city military prosecutor's office. It was headed by L.A. Obektov then.

Decree of the President of the Russian Federation of September 20, 2010 “On the military-administrative division of the Russian Federation” Since February 1, 2011, ten military prosecutor's offices of garrisons located in the Moscow region and Moscow have been reassigned to the Moscow City Military Prosecutor's Office: the military prosecutor's offices of Alabinsky (now the 72nd military prosecutor's office of the garrison), Balashikhinsky, Naro-Fominsk, Odintsovo (now – Krasnogorsk) , Podolsky and Solnechnogorsk garrisons, the 42nd, 51st, 231st and 317th military prosecutor's offices of the garrisons, which were previously part of the military prosecutor's office of the Moscow Military District. On March 15, 2012, the 42nd military prosecutor's office of the garrison was transferred to the military prosecutor's office of the Strategic Missile Forces.

Today, the range of activities of the Moscow City Military Prosecutor's Office covers the most diverse aspects of the life and activities of military units, organizations and institutions stationed in Moscow and the Moscow Region. Officers of the Moscow City Military Prosecutor's Office took part in “hot spots” — in Afghanistan, Kosovo, Abkhazia, South Ossetia.

Museum

In 1999 by On the initiative of the Moscow City Military Prosecutor Alexander Leonidovich Ivanov, a museum was formed on the occasion of the 75th anniversary of the Moscow City Military Prosecutor's Office. It contains materials about all the military prosecutors of the Moscow City Military Prosecutor's Office, starting from 1925. 

The museum fund has — copies of archival documents, including those relating to the period of the Great Patriotic War, samples of military uniforms, and other exhibits. The Museum of the History of the Moscow City Military Prosecutor's Office was opened on January 12, 2000. It is constantly updated with new exhibits.

Here, young workers take the Oath of the Prosecutor, tours are held. On April 1, 2022, the Museum hosted a solemn meeting dedicated to the 97th anniversary of the formation of the Moscow City Military Prosecutor's Office. Veterans of the bodies of the military prosecutor's office were awarded medals “300 years of the prosecutor's office of Russia”. A competent approach to preserving the traditions of the department allows the current generation of military prosecutors, including representatives of prosecutorial and military dynasties, to adequately continue the work of their & nbsp; predecessors. No matter how the tasks facing the Moscow City Military Prosecutor's Office change over time, the key to their successful solution is the high professionalism of prosecutors.

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The Chinese ridiculed the “unity” of NATO: a straw to prolong life

Beijing was skeptical about the expansion of the North Atlantic bloc at the expense of Sweden and Finland

The NATO summit taking place in Madrid is focused not only on confrontation with Russia, which is called the “most serious threat” to the alliance, but and containment of China. Beijing is paying the Western bloc back in kind, mocking US efforts to rally allies.

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Commenting on Tuesday's lifting of Turkey's veto over Finland's and Sweden's NATO membership bids, China's Global Times cited U.S. President Joe Biden, who arrived in Madrid for the NATO summit, to stress the organization's unity, saying that the North Atlantic Treaty Organization is “as lively as I think it ever is.”

The entry of two formerly neutral countries into the alliance will increase the number of members of the organization to 32 countries, writes Global Times. NATO was never conceived as a so-called regional security organization, but rather as an aggressive military bloc and political instrument created in Europe to maintain US global hegemony.

Despite what the United States would like, Europe essentially believes that NATO should be a defensive group for its own security. In the hands of the Americans NATO — this is a spear; in the eyes of Europeans, the organization should serve as a shield. As the bloc expands, gradually emerging differences in the interests of NATO members will lead to an increase in disputes and conflicts within the alliance.

And enlargement raises the issue of a security dilemma in which NATO's neighbors are becoming increasingly anxious, which in turn is leading the entire region and even the world into an arms race and seriously changing the geopolitical landscape. Distrust and the risk of war are growing, making the region and the world less secure. Chinese military expert and TV commentator Song Zhongping told the Global Times that NATO — it's just an outdated Cold War organization that has long since lost its so-called unity or cohesion.

The reversal in Turkey's position was caused by a more satisfactory deal for all parties. Ankara wants assurances that the Nordic countries are ready to stop supporting Kurdish groups that Turkey calls terrorist organizations (in particular, the Kurdistan Workers' Party.) national security, promising that they will not support these groups.

The Nordic countries also confirmed that Turkey would not be subject to arms embargoes and the three countries would work together on extradition requests .

According to Sun Zhongping, this is a huge victory for Turkey, which requires the status of a major power since Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan came to power. And one can even say that Turkey has become the only winner in the accession of Finland and Sweden to NATO. “Turkey confirms it has a voice in NATO, while two Scandinavian countries feel more insecure after joining the alliance,” — Chinese expert noted.

With this move, Erdogan achieved his political goals, and the fact that NATO is internally fragmented came to the fore, writes the Chinese edition. Disagreements within the alliance are growing as more countries are drawn into it. The United States hopes to overcome intra-NATO differences, but it is difficult to satisfy all needs.

Even on the issue of the Russian-Ukrainian conflict, there are different requirements among Western countries, as Germany, France and Italy want to end the conflict as soon as possible, and the United States calls all NATO countries unite against Russia, Global Times notes.

Wang Shuo, a professor at the School of International Relations at Beijing University of Foreign Studies, believes that in this situation, many European countries are wondering if NATO can resolve the crisis in Ukraine. If that doesn't work, what's the point of having NATO? At a time when Europeans believe NATO needs to play its part, the alliance has shown itself to be divided and incompetent, another sign of NATO's existential crisis.

Russia may have to “swallow the bitter fruit” — further expansion of NATO, recognizes the Global Times. But the accession of the two Scandinavian countries to NATO is a provocation that will sow deep seeds of new enmity. Europe will not become safer from this significant expansion.

Wang Shuo noted that joining NATO is like buying medical insurance against serious diseases, which is a psychological comfort for many European countries: insurance can be useful, but everyone wants so that it won't be useful. Joining NATO is not a free benefit – countries may face “extortion” by the “insurance company” NATO, since the latter brings much more trouble than good.

Whether it is inflating the “Russian threat” or the emphasis on an agreement between Turkey and the two Scandinavian countries, this has nothing to do with so-called “unity”; NATO, but serves only as a saving straw to prolong the life of the alliance, concludes the Global Times.

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Crimean Senator Kovitidi called the states that recognize the independence of the LDNR the following

Among them, there may even be Texas

On June 29, the Syrian authorities decided to recognize the independence of the Donetsk and Lugansk People's Republics, justifying the decision by the will of the people of Syria and the intention to establish ties with the republics in all spheres. Crimean Senator Olga Kovitidi believes that the SAR is not the last state to recognize the independence of the LDNR, and she told who can follow the example of Syria.

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In an interview with NEWS.ru, Kovitidi noted that what is happening is “an absolutely natural process.” The senator believes that by doing so, Russia and a number of other states are demonstrating “unconditional commitment” to the democratic principles of the right of peoples to self-determination. According to her, this right is laid in the foundation of the UN.

In addition, the senator recalled that in 2023, referendums are being prepared on the withdrawal of a number of territories from the United States and Great Britain. Kovitidi does not exclude that Texas, in the event of its separation from the United States as a result of a vote, may become the next to recognize the independence of the LDNR.

According to the senator, a similar story with Scotland and Northern Ireland. In particular, Kovitidi singled out Scotland, where a referendum on secession from the UK is scheduled for 2023. The senator concluded that what is happening is a clear confirmation that a new geopolitical period has begun.

Read also:Switzerland called for an end to the policy of blockade and sanctions against Russia

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Zelensky begins to see clearly: official Kyiv realized that he had been abandoned

But that won't change anything at all

Deputy head of Zelensky's presidential office, Igor Zhovkva, made a statement in the style of a “cry of a tortured soul”: “(Ukraine is told that) you are not members ( NATO) because we don't want you. NATO tells us that it won't give us anything.”

For a split second, I even felt somewhat offended for NATO. Is it possible to say so, dear Igor Ivanovich? Is a weapon worth billions of dollars, from your point of view, “nothing”?

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But then I remembered the recent revelations of the Spanish Foreign Minister about the prospects for Kyiv joining the alliance (“This is not being discussed. This has never been on the negotiating table. It is not being discussed even now”), and I was struck by the realization: Igor Zhovkva is absolutely right. NATO wants Ukraine to continue to remain where it is now – in the role of a “gladiator in the arena of the Colosseum”, a fighter whom the audience (full members of the alliance) cheers in every possible way, but whom no one is going to join.

Is it gratifying that Zelensky's presidential team saw the world as it really is? If it is encouraging, then not very much. Igor Zhovkva's statement was clearly made with an eye to shame NATO (naive! He has not yet realized that this is impossible in principle): they say, we shed blood for you! Do you sit in the bushes? Come on out!

In addition, drawing some thoughtful conclusions based on the public statements of the leaders of Ukraine is, as you know, a very dangerous occupation for one's own psychological health. The lack of consistency and team play is their forte.

Roughly at the same time that Igor Zhovkva was performing his “Lament of Yaroslavna” in an interview with Bloomberg, his boss Volodymyr Zelensky was “singing” a slightly different tune to NATO leaders: “I can say what we need. We need security guarantees. And you must find a place for Ukraine in the common security space.”

Twenty-five again! Vladimir Alexandrovich, please consult with the deputy head of your own office! He, as an experienced person (serving under Yanukovych as the director of a department of the State Investment Agency of Ukraine is a 100% guarantee of rich life experience), understood that NATO guarantees security only to “our own people”, and only “our own people” are given a place in the “common security space”. Please forgive my clumsy humor. Its source and cause is an acute feeling of bitterness.

The recognition of Igor Zhovkva will change absolutely nothing in the future course of events. The real strategy of official Kyiv for the coming months is an attempt to “return the temporarily lost territories by military means” (quote from a statement by a colleague of Igor Zhovkva in the office of President Mikhail Podolyak). But this recognition once again emphasizes the illogicality of the chain of events that began to unwind in Ukraine after the victory of the Maidan.

Why did official Kyiv want to become a member of NATO? If you use the vocabulary of its representatives, then, in order to “guarantee your own security.”

What did official Kyiv's attempts to break into NATO really lead to? To turn Ukraine into a zone of absolute insecurity.

I will not hide it: while studying at the university, logic was one of my most disliked academic disciplines. But it seems that those who ruled (and still rule) the foreign and domestic policy of official Kyiv, starting from 2014, are even worse off than me.

But it’s true, lyrics (or tragedy, to be exact). And here is what the West calls hard facts (irrefutable facts).

When the European Union's chief diplomat, Josep Borrell, said this spring that the outcome of the conflict in Ukraine should be decided “on the battlefield,” in Russia this caused a storm of indignation. If I recall correctly, then Borrell was then declared the king of the cynics.

But now Belgian Prime Minister Alexander de Croo has said exactly the same thing: “I spoke with President Zelensky, it is important to continue communicating with him. We stressed that (this conflict) can only be won on the battlefield.”

And even the most vehement critics of the West in Russia did not arouse much emotion. Why? Because everyone got used to it, everyone reconciled it, everyone realized: Borrell told the unbearable, albeit very painful, but at the same time absolute truth. unbearable and painful truth”? After all, time dulls everything.

What shocked and amazed four months ago is today perceived as the norm (or the norm in quotation marks). I don't think I got excited though. Multiply the old truth from Josep Borrell by the new (or, rather, just realized) truth from Igor Zhovkva, and somewhat forgotten emotions will begin to pulsate with renewed vigor. It is good that in official Kyiv, at least sometimes, at least for a short time, they “see the light”. Too bad it doesn't affect anything.

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The lawyer spoke about the investigation in the DPR against the rapist from “Azov”

A video shown on local TV helped to find the victim

Details of the release of Elena, a resident of Mariupol, who was raped in front of her husband for several days by one of the fighters of the Azov battalion banned in Russia (banned in the Russian Federation, recognized as terrorist) Sergei Batynsky, became known to MK. A criminal case was initiated against the Azov citizen, thanks to the testimony of the surviving victim.

Sergei Batynsky Photo: Frame from video

On April 30, the Investigative Committee of Russia reported that the deputy commander of the fire support company for educational work of the military unit A-2777, Sergei Batynsky, confessed to raping Elena, a resident of Mariupol, and killing her husband.

During the fighting in Mariupol, a married couple rode bicycles to their elderly relatives. On the way, Ukrainian marines stopped them, mistaking them for scouts. Both were put in the basement. Soon Batynsky appeared on the threshold.

Being “under the degree”, “Azov” beat Elena's husband, and then set to work on her. The abuse of the couple continued for several days. Batynsky was intoxicated all the time, and at some point the woman took advantage of this circumstance to run away.

-The three-story building in which the couple was kept had an iron staircase, along which the woman went down. She was able to hide in the funnel. Elena heard the voice of her husband, who called her. Then she heard footsteps and a few shots and her husband’s voice faded away,” Russian lawyer Igor Vagin, who works in the DPR, told MK.

Igor Vagin Photo: From the personal archive

According to him, after the liberation of Mariupol and the detention of Batynsky, the situation was complicated by the fact that the investigators could not find the victims, although they had plenty of testimony from the detainee's colleagues in their arsenal. As a result, it was decided to shoot a video with the participation of the detained Batynsky and show it on local television.

– In the DPR, there are two TV channels that are watched by local residents – these are “Oplot” and “Oplot-2”. The video was launched on these channels. There was a hope that people would watch it and someone would recognize Batynsky. Thanks to this move, in early June, the victim was miraculously found, – said lawyer Igor Vagin.

It turned out that the woman was in Donetsk at that time and was able to watch the story.

– The victim was found quite by accident. If she had not ended up in Donetsk, she would not have been able to see the video because she had no electricity at home. Elena turned to law enforcement agencies and said that she was the victim. At a confrontation, she confirmed her testimony in the presence of the suspect, – said Igor Vagin.

According to the lawyer, it turned out that Batynsky withheld most of the information about his “exploits” from the investigation, but was forced to “remember” everything terrible details after the testimony of the victim.

– Elena came to Mariupol at the age of 18 from the Far East – a youthful, slender woman, very pleasant to talk to. I call her from time to time to support her. She is still depressed and says she cries every day. Nevertheless, she rejoices over the little things as much as she can – they recently gave water and electricity, – said lawyer Igor Vagin.

Despite the accurate information available to the investigators, the search for the deceased man is still impossible – the building married couple, until cleared. But the discovery of the body of the deceased is a matter of time. As soon as the building is cleared, the search will definitely resume.

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Turkish Ministry of Health confirms first case of human infection with monkeypox

The first case of monkeypox infection has been detected in Turkey. The head of the Ministry of Health of the country, Fahrettin Koca, wrote about this on Twitter.

According to the minister, the sick patient is 37 years old. Doctors say that he has a weakened immune system. The man is currently in isolation. It was established that no new cases of the disease were found in the patient's contact with other people. The minister recalled that the virus is usually transmitted through close physical contact.

Earlier it was reported that recently the first cases of monkeypox infection were detected in Taiwan, South Africa and South Korea. In the United States, according to the latest data, 351 people fell ill.

According to Vladislav Zhemchugov, Doctor of Medical Sciences, cases of monkeypox may appear in Russia in the fall, when the traditional epidemiological season begins. At the same time, the expert noted that now the virus is not dangerous until it has mutated to a form that can be transmitted by airborne droplets.

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US test of hypersonic missile fails again

In the United States, a new test of a prototype hypersonic missile – a non-nuclear CPS surprise strike weapon – ended in failure. When trying to launch on June 29, after turning on the engine, a failure occurred.

This is the second unsuccessful test of the rocket. The first took place in October last year. Then the rocket could not take off due to a malfunction of the carrier itself.

According to Bloomberg, citing the Pentagon, new tests took place in Hawaii. The US Navy assured that experts will check and establish what exactly led to the failure in order to have time to deploy offensive and defensive hypersonic weapons on time.

The US plans to install this missile on the latest stealth destroyers of the Zumwalt DDG-type 1000 and Virginia-type submarines.

Earlier, Russian President Vladimir Putin said that, thanks to the development of high technologies, the country has hypersonic weapons, which still have no analogues in the world. He stressed that Russia needs to create its own technologies in order to be one step ahead.

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There were photos from the farewell ceremony with Pierre Narcisse

Photos from the farewell ceremony for singer Pierre Narcissus, which takes place in the ritual hall of the Central Clinical Hospital of Moscow, have appeared.

The funeral ceremony was attended by the ex-wife of the singer Valery Kalacheva, as well as his daughter Karolina -Kristel.

Photo: Publishing house "Arguments and Facts"/Eduard Kudryavitsky

Representatives of the Cameroon Embassy came to say goodbye to the artist.

Photo: Publishing House “Arguments and Facts”/Eduard Kudryavitsky

A large bouquet of scarlet roses was brought by the sorcerer Kulebyakin.

Photo: Publishing House “Arguments and Facts”/Eduard Kudryavitsky

Earlier it became known that singer Pierre Narcisse would be buried in Cameroon. This was announced by the press secretary of the Cameroonian embassy in Russia Tanga Biang. According to the ex-wife of Pierre Narcisse, & nbsp; the singer's relatives were against his funeral in Moscow. Narcisse's mother is going to bury him next to his father.

The 45-year-old artist, who gained popularity in the 2000s with his hit “Chocolate Bunny”, died on June 21 in a hospital in the capital. The cause of death was complications of gout.

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Italy bans repeat shampooing at barbershops

Castenaso Mayor Carlo Gubellini has announced a ban on rewashing hair per session at hairdressers to save water, according to the NY Post.

According to the mayor, this will save up to 20 liters of water per wash. Violation of the ban is punishable by a fine of 500 euros.

It is planned that the ban will last until September 30.

Earlier, German Vice Chancellor Robert Habeck said that in order to save money, he began to take a shower for 5 minutes. He added that in winter he may not heat his home, as he leaves home early and returns late.

The German Federal Network Agency also warned residents of the country and companies about a possible increase in gas prices. The agency added that they support the call to save as much energy as possible.

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Airlines did not want to be responsible for the protection of foreigners banned from entering the Russian Federation

Russian air carriers have applied to the Ministry of Transport with a request to release them from the obligation to guard foreign passengers at airports who were denied entry to the Russian Federation, Kommersant reports.

According to the publication, The Association of Air Transport Operators sent to the Ministry of Transport a request from Aeroflot cancel the requirement approved at the end of March for the protection of restricted foreigners.

«Protection of passengers at the airport — the prerogative of the Border Guard Service of the FSB, and now carriers are subject to “impossible obligations”,  – the appeal to the Ministry of Transport says.

The Ministry was asked to clarify what  means “responsibility for the protection of passengers and crew members”. The appeal also notes that airlines cannot restrict the freedom of movement of people. At the same time, the involvement of security companies is not provided.

It is reported that the Ministry of Transport has not yet answered the questions of air carriers.

Earlier, the Ministry of Transport reported that passengers will be able to return money for tickets for canceled flights due to sanctions and in connection with the temporary restriction of the operation of airports in the south and in the central part of the Russian Federation.

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Presentation of state awards to the military who distinguished themselves during a special operation in Ukraine

Russian Defense Minister Sergey Shoigu at the Central Military Clinical Hospital named after P.V. Mandryka presented state awards to servicemen who distinguished themselves during the special operation in Ukraine.

The head of the military department presented the stars of the Hero of Russia to the commander of the 40th engineer-sapper regiment of the 41st combined arms army, Lieutenant Colonel Rustam Saifullin and the commander of a motorized rifle platoon of the 5th separate tank brigade of the 36th combined arms army, senior lieutenant Baldan Tsydypov. The Order of Courage, medals “For Courage”, Zhukov and Suvorov were also awarded.

Russian Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu (left) during the awarding of the Hero of Russia star to Lieutenant Colonel Rustam Saifullin, commander of the 40th Engineer Regiment of the 41st Combined Arms Army, at the Central Military Clinical Hospital named after P.V. Mandryka © RF Ministry of Defense

Russian Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu (left) during the awarding of the Hero of Russia star to senior lieutenant Baldan Tsydypov, commander of a motorized rifle platoon of the 5th separate tank brigade of the 36th combined arms army, at the Central Military Clinical Hospital named after P.V. Mandryka © Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation

Russian Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu (left) during the presentation of state awards at the Central Military Clinical Hospital named after P.V. Mandryka to servicemen © Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation

During the presentation of state awards at the Central Military Clinical Hospital named after P.V. Mandryka to servicemen © Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation

Russian Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu (left) during the presentation of state awards at the Central Military Clinical Hospital named after P.V. Mandryka to servicemen © Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation

Russian Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu (left) during the presentation of state awards at the Central Military Clinical Hospital named after P.V. Mandryka to servicemen © Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation

During the presentation of state awards at the Central Military Clinical Hospital named after P.V. Mandryka to servicemen © Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation

Russian Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu (left) during the awarding of the Hero of Russia star to Lieutenant Colonel Rustam Saifullin, commander of the 40th Engineer Regiment of the 41st Combined Arms Army, at the Central Military Clinical Hospital named after P.V. Mandryka © Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation

Russian Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu (left) during the awarding of the Hero of Russia star to senior lieutenant Baldan Tsydypov, commander of a motorized rifle platoon of the 5th separate tank brigade of the 36th combined arms army, at the Central Military Clinical Hospital named after P.V. Mandryka © RF Ministry of Defense

Russian Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu (left) during the presentation of state awards at the Central Military Clinical Hospital named after P.V. Mandryka to servicemen © Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation

During the presentation of state awards at the Central Military Clinical Hospital named after P.V. Mandryka to servicemen © Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation

Russian Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu (left) during the presentation of state awards at the Central Military Clinical Hospital named after P.V. Mandryka to servicemen © Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation

Russian Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu (left) during the presentation of state awards at the Central Military Clinical Hospital named after P.V. Mandryka to servicemen © Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation

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Be an example and support. How peer consultants help others

In 2022, within the framework of the project “Aid route for families with seriously ill children” the School of Equal Consultants of the AiF Foundation operates. Kind heart». 

According to Inga, a peer consultant, her first consultation was for another mother whose situation is very similar. “I just couldn’t resist responding! It is very important to see that someone has already been in this situation — and survived, coped, », — she thinks.

Who are peer consultants?

Peer consultants — these are people who have the same experience as you and are ready to share it. It is commonly thought that peer counseling — it's advice from patient to patient: “I had the same diagnosis, and this is how I coped.” But in fact, such counseling can be absolutely in any field and in any community. To the School of Equal Consultants of the AiF Foundation. Good heart» parents of children with serious illnesses and chronic diagnoses came to the first set.

Every mom had her own reason to apply for studies, and the reason is serious. How else can you find the motivation, strength and time to endure psychological webinars, serious pair work and homework when you are still a full-time mom, doctor, nurse, teacher, cook and even a blogger (all at the same time).

“Many people come to peer counseling in order to somehow close their unlived (and often even unconscious) pain. Once they were not helped, they did not listen, they did not respond — and now I want to help others so that no one else gets into such an unbearable situation, », — said Anastasia Shabaganova, leading psychologist at the Peer Consultant School.

Who can become a peer consultant?

The main tasks of consultants — support and information, and most often people with extensive experience come to this area, who already blog, give advice, and actively share information on social networks. It’s great if the future peer consultant already has legal literacy and medical knowledge, but this alone is not enough. “Psychological stability is also very important. A peer consultant will need to be able to deal with difficult stories and not collapse from the pain of others, — emphasizes Anastasia Shabaganova.

“I understand this pain”

Until the age of 27, Inga worked in large companies as an economist, was married and gave birth to the long-awaited first child, when an epidemic, layoffs, her son's diagnosis and divorce happened in her life at the same time.

“It was a very difficult year. I was left alone, with a child (diagnosed with autism), without work and almost without housing. And all these issues needed to be addressed simultaneously and urgently. It was very difficult to accept the son's diagnosis and it was difficult to be alone with this. And it also began to seem to me that I — like a white crow, no one understands me. But, when I started to recover from a divorce, after a difficult year, I felt that I could listen and be close to those who are also having a hard time, — she says.

Imagine that a family is faced with a terminal illness in a child — shock, grief, denial, confusion. Why the help of a peer consultant may be needed from the very first days? Precisely because the consultant has already gone all this way: he applied for early help, studied modern diagnostic methods, looked for contacts of good doctors and proven rehabilitation therapists, knows everything about the legal problems of obtaining medicines and about patient communities in the region. And this is precisely the invaluable information that even the attending physician cannot always give. A peer consultant can! And he is also able to support step by step, not to let confused parents drown in a sea of ​​new information, he knows how to carefully share his own experience and talk about the results. And sometimes just ready to listen and hold hands. And this is also invaluable help.

“I understand the pain of other moms who come to me. I have already lived it. The task of a peer consultant — to give another person the opportunity to live this pain, being nearby, », — emphasizes Inga.

Invisible parental labor 

Lily's — several thousand subscribers on social networks, and they periodically write to her: “What kind of autism does your son have?” But behind the great progress of her youngest son are hundreds of hours of mother's work and the same amount — study. And she also tries to write about this, so that this invisible parental work is noticeable.

“Any visible improvement requires huge maternal resources. It seems to many who are not in the subject of such diagnoses that if there is a result from classes, then, therefore, the problem was initially small. Therefore, equal counseling — it is also the unity of parents, which gives understanding: I am not alone here, they understand me, my work is visible, — notes Lilia.

Psychologists warn that in the work of peer counselors there is always the danger of secondary retraumatization. When someone's difficult story can cause falling into their own painful experience, which seems to have long been experienced and forgotten. Therefore, such situations require special attention and special work of the consultant on himself, as well as regular supervision with a psychologist. And all this also takes time, strength.

“We are all — parents of special children. It is very difficult to carve out 2-4 hours for study. We had to include children in the process. I watch webinars and study with my five year old son. I draw trains for him, and I myself listen to lectures, — she tells.

Good example

One of the tasks of a peer consultant — to be for another person an example of a positive experience of living in difficult situations and a support in an unstable and crisis situation. And the burnout of parents — this is a serious problem that all helping practitioners regularly face. And if you are the parent of a child with a severe or incurable disease — you are in a special risk group. That is why at the School of Peer Counselors, teachers necessarily give future consultants basic psychological techniques and special techniques that can be used to bring the interlocutor out of an acute crisis state right during a conversation, to ground, calm, switch. A peer consultant needs to be able to work correctly with someone else's pain without destroying himself.

“We help other moms keep their minds under control. Tired — give yourself a break, watch a movie, meet friends, ask relatives to babysit, make time for yourself. Our mothers usually do not allow themselves this. And I tell them to cry — it's okay to burn out — okay, ask for help — okay too, — tells Inga.

There are many reasons for becoming a peer consultant. Someone wants to be an example, inspiration and support for others. It is important for someone to help their parents, who already have great motivation, but do not yet have the necessary knowledge. Someone says that it was peer counseling that helped to find true friends, create a patient community, engage in active self-education, or understand one's place in life. 

«I believe that we always find ourselves where we need to be . And those who need us are next to us, », — she thinks.

School of Peer Consultants of the AiF Foundation. Good heart» is working in 2022 as part of the project “Aid Route for Families with Seriously Ill Children”, implemented at the expense of a grant from the Mayor of Moscow provided by the Public Relations Committee. An application for training can be submitted on the website dobroe.aif.ru.

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The State Duma adopted a law on retaliatory measures to the ban on Russian media abroad

The State Duma adopted in the third reading a law on mirror measures in response to discrimination and a ban on Russian media in other countries.

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In Kyiv, they proposed to adopt a law on the forced deportation of citizens

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In Ukraine, they proposed to adopt a law on the forced deportation of people from the war zone. About this on the air of the channel “Ukraine 24” said the head of the Kyiv-appointed “military administration of the Luhansk region” Sergei Gaidai.

According to him, some deputies in Kyiv proposed to deport the population of Lisichansk. “We suggested to them: please quickly pass the deportation bill, and we will take people out,” — he said, specifying that it was a matter of forced eviction.

Gaidai noted that it was not difficult to pass such a bill, but this had not happened yet.

Russia launched a military operation in Ukraine on February 24. Its goal was called “demilitarization and denazification” by the authorities; neighboring state, as well as protecting the population of the DPR and LPR from “genocide” from Kyiv. In response, Ukraine declared martial law and mobilization, and Western countries stepped up military support.

According to the UN refugee agency, as of June 28, more than 8.4 million people were able to leave Ukraine in 125 days of hostilities. Most of the internally displaced persons were accepted by Poland— 4.3 million Ukrainians, Russia— 1.4 million, Hungary— 860 thousand. About 3 million people returned to Ukraine.

The Russian Ministry of Defense has repeatedly accused Kyiv of using civilians as human shields, as well as placing heavy artillery on the territory of civilian facilities, including schools and kindergartens.

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Bulgarian PM explains decision to expel 70 Russian diplomats

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Outgoing Bulgarian Prime Minister Kirill Petkov said that the decision to expel 70 Russian diplomats did not come from him personally, but was based on three reports from the State National Security Agency (SANS), BTA reports.

According to him, the reports are dated May and June, and part of the information refers to March. He noted that the expulsion was a lengthy process that began in March and was completed by the country's Foreign Ministry by notifying Russian diplomats that they must leave the country, and not by a decision taken by him alone.

Petkov emphasized that the idea that one person is responsible for the decision to expel 70 Russian diplomats and staff from Bulgaria is yet another attempt at political maneuvering.

Bulgaria's decision to expel 70 Russian diplomats became known on June 28. “We are expelling 70 Russian diplomats. Anyone who works for foreign interests will be deported to the country from which he came, & mdash; said then Petkov. According to him, most of the exiled diplomats worked for the special services, and their diplomatic work was a cover. He noted that the plane with Russian diplomats will fly to Moscow on Sunday, July 3.

The Russian embassy clarified that not only diplomats, but also technical staff were declared persona non grata, TASS reported. The diplomatic mission specified that an adviser would be sent from the country— Russian envoy Philip Voskresensky, consuls general in Varna and Ruse, director of the cultural and information center. The Russian Foreign Ministry promised to respond to the expulsion of diplomats.

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Since the beginning of the year, Bulgaria has expelled employees of the Russian embassy several times. The first case was on March 2, when two diplomats were declared persona non grata, who, according to Sophia, were engaged in “intelligence” in the country. On March 18, Bulgaria decided to expel ten more diplomats, on April 1— First Secretary of the Russian Embassy, ​​against whom a criminal case was opened under Art. 104 of the Criminal Code of Bulgaria (espionage). Russian Ambassador Eleonora Mitrofanov was not expelled so as not to break off diplomatic relations between the countries, Petkov explained.

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The Ambassador of the LPR announced the transition of the Lisichansk refinery under the control of the allied forces

In addition, the military took control of all important transport arteries of the city, the Lisichansk-Artemovsk road was blocked

The Lisichansk Oil Refinery

The troops of Russia and the Lugansk People's Republic (LPR) took control of all the important transport arteries of Lisichansk, the road Lisichansk— Artemovsk is completely blocked, said the Ambassador of the Luhansk People's Republic in Russia Rodion Miroshnik in Telegram.

“The lid of the Lisichansky cauldron is about to close. Today, all more or less significant transport arteries from Lisichansk and to Lisichansk are controlled by the troops of Russia and the LPR. The Lisichansk highway, which was previously under fire control; Artemovsk is now completely blocked. All attempts to leave the cauldron formed [around] Lisichansk along it are now impossible, — he wrote.

In addition, the military occupied the territory of the Lisichansk oil refinery, and also cleared the industrial zone and surrounding buildings near the Lisichansk rubber products plant.

The enemy tried to leave Lysichansk from the north-west, but the convoy with the command staff of the 10th Mountain Assault Brigade of the Armed Forces of Ukraine (APU) was spotted by reconnaissance and came under massive artillery fire. The number of dead is being established.

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

On June 25, the LPR military reported that Allied forces entered Lisichansk. During the fighting, they took control of one of the mines and a gelatin factory in the city.

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Lysichansk and Severodonetsk were the last large cities not controlled by the LPR within the borders of the Luhansk region of Ukraine. The head of Chechnya, Ramzan Kadyrov, announced the taking of Severodonetsk under full control on June 25.

Three days later, the troops entered the territory of the Linik oil refinery. On June 29, the ambassador claimed that about a third of the Ukrainian military had surrendered. Lisichansk was surrounded on three sides (except the western one) by the forces of the LPR and the Russian military. Later, the head of Chechnya, Ramzan Kadyrov, said that the capture of the city “won't take much time.”

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Volodin responded to Stoltenberg about NATO near the borders with the phrase “rejoices early”

The Secretary General, after Turkey agreed to support the membership of Finland and Sweden, said that with their entry into the ranks of NATO, President Vladimir Putin “will get more NATO at the Russian borders.” “I didn’t study geography at school,” Volodin reacted

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State Duma Speaker Vyacheslav Volodin in response to the words of NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg that Russia “will get more NATO” at his borders, said that he “rejoices early.”

“I didn’t study geography at school. In the event that Finland and Sweden join the NATO bloc, there will be more Russia at its borders, — Volodin wrote on Telegram.

On June 28, Stoltenberg said that Russian President Vladimir Putin, who insisted on NATO's refusal to expand, achieved the opposite: with the entry of Finland and Sweden, he “will get more NATO at the Russian borders.”

At a meeting on the eve of the NATO summit in Madrid, Turkey agreed to support the membership of these northern European countries in the alliance. Helsinki and Stockholm managed to settle all issues with Ankara, which initially objected to their joining the bloc.

The day before, NATO at the summit officially invited Finland and Sweden to join the ranks of the bloc, which “will make them more secure, NATO— stronger, and the Euro-Atlantic region— safer". Now, the accession of countries will have to be approved by the parliaments of 30 states that are members of the alliance.

If Finland and Sweden “feel better and calmer” by becoming NATO members, “to your health,” said Deputy Chairman of the Russian Security Council Dmitry Medvedev. At the same time, Moscow will be ready for retaliatory actions and will strengthen its borders, since the length of NATO’s land borders with Russia will more than double, Medvedev noted.

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Kazakhstan to send peacekeepers to Africa

Kassym-Jomart Tokayev proposed to send about 430 Kazakh troops to the Central African Republic, Congo, Mali and Lebanon to participate in peacekeeping missions. The Kazakh Parliament supported the initiative of the President ” />

President of Kazakhstan Kassym-Jomart Tokayev proposed to send the republic's military personnel as peacekeepers to the Central African Republic (CAR), Congo, Mali and Lebanon, his proposal was read out at a parliamentary meeting by Defense Minister Ruslan Zhaksylykov, Tengrinews reports. .kz.

“I am proposing to send a peacekeeping contingent of the Armed Forces with a total strength of about 430 military personnel to participate in a multidisciplinary integrated stabilization mission in the Central African Republic, secondly, a UN stabilization mission in the Democratic Republic of the Congo, thirdly— multidimensional integrated mission to stabilize the situation in Mali and the fourth mission of the interim force in Lebanon,— says the document.

According to Zhaksylykov, the UN leadership is ready to support an increase in the number of Kazakhstani peacekeepers in the missions of the organization, and also highly appreciated the level of preparedness of the military of the republic. The head of the Ministry of Defense added that Kazakhstan is ready to provide both individual military personnel as staff officers and military observers, as well as specialized units most in demand in UN missions, in particular, infantry, medical, intelligence, engineering units of the military police. He pointed out that five units could be included in the UN Armed Forces from Kazakhstan, but they would not be sent immediately, but upon request, assessing the readiness for the mission.

The head of the Kazakhstani Ministry of Defense said, that to date, six military personnel of the republic are participating in the UN mission in Western Sahara, and nine Kazakh military personnel are participating in the temporary forces of the organization.

Deputies of both houses of parliament voted for the proposal of the president.

At the moment, the UN mission in Lebanon is an observer— its members monitor the cessation of hostilities and promote “humanitarian access to the civilian population”; Lebanese Armed Forces.

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The UN Mission in the Congo provides protection to civilians, humanitarian personnel and human rights defenders who are at immediate risk of physical violence, and supports the government in its efforts to stabilize and consolidate peace.

The Mission in Mali supports the republic's transitional leadership in the restoration of state authority and preparations for free, inclusive and peaceful elections, and provides conditions for the provision of humanitarian assistance and the return of displaced persons. The mission in the Central African Republic conducts similar activities.

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The Bundestag announced the start of collecting data on the oppression of Russians in Germany

Representatives of the faction of the German Bundestag “Alternative for Germany” (more than 80 seats) established a non-profit organization (NPO), which began to collect complaints from citizens about infringement and persecution against native speakers of the Russian language, as well as immigrants from Russia, said Bundestag deputy and authorized faction for Russian Germans Yevgeny Schmidt in an interview with RIA Novosti ;.

“I was elected authorized to work with Russian Germans. And a couple of days after the appointment, it was decided to create an NGO that would deal with the problem of discrimination against the Russian-speaking population in Germany, provide them with comprehensive support, including legal support, and, if necessary, bring cases to court with the involvement of their lawyers,— said the MP.

He clarified that, as part of his duties, he intends to maintain contact with the Russian public, work with Russian Germans, oversee interaction with the media and consult with the Bundestag on these issues.

The fact that Russians and Russian-speaking residents of Germany began to complain about harassment in early March, said the Russian ambassador in Berlin, Sergei Nechaev. He claimed that the hotline launched by the diplomatic mission was receiving a “stream of complaints”.

“We are seeing a manifestation of discrimination against them on the basis of nationality and language. It affects not only the citizens of Russia directly, but also those people who prefer to express themselves in Russian and use Russian as the main means of communication, — noted the ambassador.

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The Security Council accused the United States of “nurturing the new hyena of Europe” in the face of Poland

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The United States is pushing Poland to directly participate in the conflict in Ukraine, in fact “cultivating the new hyena of Europe”, said the Deputy Secretary Russian Security Council Alexander Venediktov in an interview with RIA Novosti.

“[The United States] nods approvingly in response to Warsaw’s absurd fantasies of a new Commonwealth, turns a blind eye to the inhumane and racist statements of the Polish elite, and in every way encourages the growth of nationalist and chauvinist sentiments there. In fact, they are nurturing the new hyena of Europe,»,— said Venediktov.

He recalled that this comparison belongs to the former British Prime Minister Winston Churchill, who spoke about the behavior of Poland before the Second World War.

“Britain, leading France , offers to guarantee the integrity of Poland— that same Poland, which, with the appetite of a hyena, only six months ago joined in the plunder and destruction of the Czechoslovak state, — the prime minister wrote about the events of 1939 (quote from LIFE magazine).

The Russian authorities have repeatedly accused Poland of intending to seize the western part of Ukraine. In March, after Warsaw advocated bringing NATO peacekeepers into the country, Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov admitted that it might aim to set up a headquarters in Lvov and “stay there.” And in April, the head of the Foreign Intelligence Service, Sergei Naryshkin, said that intelligence had received information about the preparation by the United States and Poland of a plan to establish control over its “historical possessions.” in Ukraine.

According to presidential aide Vladimir Medinsky, all the aspirations of Warsaw indicate that she wants to return “to the Commonwealth.” She denied such allegations. “The lie about Poland's alleged plans to attack Western Ukraine has been repeated for several years,” — said Stanislav Zharin, spokesman for the coordinating minister of the Polish special services.

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As they said in Poland, she supports Ukraine in order to prevent the Kremlin from achieving its goal of “restoring the empire.” Russia was also accused of this desire in the United States, to which Russian President Vladimir Putin stressed that he did not intend to restore the country within the borders of the Russian Empire, and all statements on this subject were nothing more than speculation and did not correspond to reality.

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The first ship with grain for friendly countries left Berdyansk

The Ministry of Defense and Russian authorities claimed that Ukrainian forces had mined the ports, while Russian troops were clearing mines. In early and late June, explosions occurred in the port of Berdyansk, which the Zaporozhye authorities and the city administration associated with mine clearance.

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The Pentagon announced the unsuccessful test of a prototype hypersonic missile

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Lithuania announced the imminent publication of the rules for transit to Kaliningrad

Lithuanian President Nausėda: EC will announce transit rules to Kaliningrad in a few days Nauseda did not give details, but noted that Vilnius opposes the “green corridor for special cargo”. The Kremlin called Lithuania's decision to ban the transit of goods subject to EU sanctions to Kaliningrad illegal 756565777048309.jpg” alt=”Lithuania announced the imminent publication of rules for transit to Kaliningrad” />

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In the coming days, the European Commission will publish principles for handling goods that are banned from transit through Lithuania, DPA reported President of the Republic Gitanas Nauseda.

“We are working closely with the European Commission, which is expected to announce recommendations for the handling of these goods in transit in a few days,” he said (quote from Tagesspiegel).

Nauseda added that he did not want to speculate on the possible outcome, but noted that Vilnius is opposed to the “green corridor for special cargo.”

According to sources of the ARD TV channel, a compromise on this issue can be reached before July 10. Earlier, a Reuters source also spoke about this. According to the source of the agency, transportation between Kaliningrad and the rest of Russia can be exempt from sanctions on the basis that they are not international trade in the full sense. This relief may be introduced on the condition that the goods subject to sanctions will be used exclusively in the Kaliningrad region and not sent further by sea, Reuters reported.

Since June 18, Lithuania has banned the transit of certain goods to the Kaliningrad region and from it to other Russian regions by rail. The 66-page list of prohibited goods included products made of iron and steel, goods for use in the aviation or space industry, perfumes, china or ceramic dishes, household appliances worth more than €750, purebred horses, truffles, cigars and other goods under EU sanctions.

The Lithuanian authorities stated that the measure was introduced in pursuance of EU sanctions and the country does not introduce any unilateral or additional restrictions. In the Kremlin, the decision of Vilnius to restrict transit was called illegal and a violation of “everything and everything”, and the deputy head of the Russian Security Council, Dmitry Medvedev, threatened retaliatory measures that would be able to “cut off the oxygen to the Baltic neighbors.”

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The Ministry of Defense announced the withdrawal of troops from Snake Island

The Ministry of Defense announced the withdrawal of troops from Serpents' Island as a “goodwill step” The Ministry said that with this step, Russia showed the world that it “does not interfere with the efforts of the UN to organize a humanitarian corridor” to export grain from Ukraine

The Russian military as a “goodwill step” completed tasks on Zmeiny Island and withdrew the garrison stationed there, the Russian Defense Ministry reported.

As stated in the department, with this step, Russia showed the world community that it “does not interfere with the efforts of the UN to organize a humanitarian corridor.” on the export of grain from Ukraine.

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“This decision will not allow Kyiv to speculate on the topic of the impending food crisis, referring to the impossibility of exporting grain due to Russia's total control of the northwestern part Black Sea»,— says the message of the Russian Ministry of Defense.

The ministry noted that now the word is up to Ukraine, “which has not cleared mines yet.” coast of the Black Sea near its coasts, including ports.

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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Russia has been conducting a special military operation in Ukraine since February 24. The battles for Snake Island, which is part of the Odessa region, began on the same day. On February 25, the Russian Ministry of Defense announced that Serpentine had come under the control of the Russian military.

Initially, the Ukrainian authorities reported that all the defenders of the island were killed and they would be posthumously awarded the title of Heroes of Ukraine. However, a spokesman for the Russian Defense Ministry, Igor Konashenkov, said that 82 soldiers from the Ukrainian garrison had surrendered. Later, the Ukrainian army admitted that the military, who had previously been declared dead, were in Russian captivity.

The Russian missile cruiser Moskva participated in the operation to take control of Snake Island. On the night of April 14, as reported by the Russian Ministry of Defense, a fire broke out on the ship due to detonated ammunition. In the evening of the same day, the cruiser sank.

Since that time, the Russian Defense Ministry has reported a number of Ukrainian military attacks on the island. Several attempts to land on Serpentine, according to the department, were accepted by the Armed Forces of Ukraine in early May. Then Konashenkov said that these actions led to a “catastrophe”; for Ukrainian forces: the death of more than 50 soldiers, the loss of four aircraft, ten helicopters, three boats and 30 drones. On May 12, the Russian military also shot down a drone over the island and intercepted three Ukrainian Tochka-U ballistic missiles.

This month, on June 20, Ukrainian forces again attacked Serpentine. The Russian Ministry of Defense stated that the Armed Forces of Ukraine hit the island with ballistic missiles “Tochka-U”, MLRS “Hurricane” and American howitzers M-777 from positions near Odessa and on Kubansky Island. The air raid involved 15 attack and reconnaissance drones, as well as two Turkish Bayraktar. According to Konashenkov, a US Air Force RQ-4 Global Hawk reconnaissance drone was also spotted over the island, and Ukrainian forces provided drone cover with S-300 systems from positions in the Tuzla and Ochakov regions.

The Russian military repulsed this attack, and “All enemy weapons fired at the island were destroyed,” the Russian Defense Ministry said.

Maxar Technologies, an American company specializing in satellite production and related services, published satellite images of Snake Island on June 17 and 21. This footage was also shown by CNN. They show large areas of scorched earth and a destroyed tower, the TV channel reported.

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The Security Council promised not to close the window to Europe

Russia is not going to close the window to Europe, but will not allow something that could “sneak” into the country through it, said Security Council Deputy Secretary Alexander Venediktov

Russia is not going to close the window to Europe, said in an interview with RIA Novosti Deputy Secretary of the Security Council Alexander Venediktov.

“We will not close the window to Europe, but we will do everything possible so that nothing that can harm Russia gets through this window,” & mdash; said Venediktov.

In his opinion, the only right way for the country— «remain Russia» and not try to classify yourself as one or another region, as history teaches. Russia, the deputy secretary of the Security Council is convinced, “is too vast, unique and many-sided in historical, spiritual, cultural terms to be part of something.”

Venediktov called Peter I a pragmatist who, in addition to Europe, sought to cut a window in other directions, “actively established ties with China, Persia, prepared expeditions to the Pacific coast of America.”

The fact that “no one plans to close anything” was stated in early June by the press secretary of the Russian president Dmitry Peskov, answering a question whether Russia was going to close the window to Europe.

The Russian authorities have repeatedly ruled out the possibility of isolating the country. In mid-April, President Vladimir Putin found it impossible to “hard isolate in the modern world” any country, but “such a huge country as Russia, that's for sure.” It is impossible to separate Russia from the economy, politics, trade, despite the “unfriendly, or rather hostile” attempts to do this, the Kremlin assured later.

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Israeli parliament votes to dissolve itself and set election date

Naftali Bennet is stepping down as prime minister and his position will be taken over by Foreign Minister Yair Lapid. Early elections for a new parliament will be held on 1 November. Earlier, opposition leader Netanyahu announced his desire to again head the cabinet Israel's Parliament voted to dissolve itself and set an election date” />

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The Israeli Parliament voted to dissolve itself, early elections will be held on November 1, reports The Times of Israel. Prime Minister Naftali Bennet will step down and be temporarily replaced by Israeli Foreign Minister Yair Lapid. This is the fifth election in 3.5 years.

Former Prime Minister of Israel, leader of the opposition Likud party Benjamin Netanyahu said that in the upcoming elections, the Israelis will choose between the “failed government of Lapid, dependent on the Muslim Brotherhood” (“Joint Arab List” in the Knesset. — RBC), together with supporters of terrorism» and “broad and strong national government” led by the Likud, which will “restore Israel's pride, strength and hope.” According to him, Lapid has already agreed with a coalition of Arab parties to form a government.

Bennett announced the decision to dissolve the Knesset on June 20. Then he agreed with Lapid on the transfer of duties of the head of the Cabinet to the latter within the framework of a coalition agreement until the next elections. “We did our best to keep the government. The decision to dissolve Parliament is the right one for Israel,— Bennett said.

Netanyahu vowed to cut taxes and prices, and “lead Israel to the highest achievements and additional peace agreements.” in the event of a return to the post of prime minister.

The Times of Israel points out that the decision on the next parliamentary elections was taken after government members failed to agree on the adoption of a bill allowing the creation of a metro system in the center of Tel Aviv.

Following the results of the elections in April 2019, none one of the parties did not receive the necessary majority to form a government, and a coalition was also not formed. Repeat elections in September of the same year gave a similar result. After that, in December, the Knesset announced its dissolution and the next elections in March 2020.

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The coalition led by the Yamina parties Bennett and Yesh Atid Lapida formed a cabinet following the parliamentary elections on March 23, 2021, after which Bennett succeeded Netanyahu as prime minister on June 13 of the same year.

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The Ministry of Defense named the reason why the troops were withdrawn from Snake Island

The Russian military left Zmeiny Island in the Black Sea “as a step of goodwill” to demonstrate to the world community that there are no obstacles to the export of grain from Ukraine, the Ministry of Defense reported in Telegram.

The withdrawal of the military was completed on June 30.

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“Thus, the world community has demonstrated that the Russian Federation does not interfere with the efforts of the UN to organize a humanitarian corridor for the export of agricultural products from the territory of Ukraine” ;,— the message says.

Also, the Ministry of Defense believes that this step will make it impossible for Kyiv to speculate on the topic of an impending food crisis, since after that they will not be able to refer to the fact that Russia totally controls the northwestern part of the Black Sea. “Now the word is up to the Ukrainian side, which still has not cleared the Black Sea coast near its shores, including port waters,” — according to the message of the Ministry of Defense.

After the start of the special operation by Russia, Ukrainian ships stopped leaving Ukrainian ports. Kyiv accused Moscow of blocking them, and also called on the international community to take part in resolving the situation.

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Russia has repeatedly stated that it does not interfere with exports by sea, and that for the safe exit of ships, the Ukrainian side must clear its ports. According to Russian President Vladimir Putin, the situation with the export of Ukrainian grain is artificially inflated, Moscow is ready to ensure the free passage of ships with grain into international waters. “Unless, of course, the Ukrainian military clear mine ports of shipment and nearby waters,” — said the president.

Moscow also linked the growing food crisis in the world with the sanctions imposed by Western countries against Russia.

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Lukashenka saw an opportunity “without wars” to ensure transit to Kaliningrad

The President of Belarus called the restriction of transit between the Kaliningrad region and the rest of Russia an “economic war” p>

“Without any wars and tensions. Putin and I discussed these issues very seriously, — said Lukashenka.

He called the situation with the restriction of transit between the Kaliningrad region and the rest of Russia an “economic war”; and expressed surprise at the statements in the West about the Suwalki corridor.

“And everyone is screaming about some kind of Suwalki corridor. Listen, we don't talk about it, but they scream. What are they hinting at? — said Lukashenka.

Suwalki corridor – this is a section of the border between Lithuania and Poland, adjacent to the Kaliningrad region and the Grodno region of Belarus. If it is blocked, Lithuania will be cut off by land from other NATO countries.

Politico previously published an article in which it called the Suwalki Corridor the most dangerous place on the planet due to the hypothetical threat of a Russian attack. Against this background, the Polish Foreign Ministry promised to raise the issue of the security of this site at the NATO summit in Madrid. The deputy head of the Polish department, Marcin Przydacz, also said that Warsaw would advocate for an increase in the presence of forces on the alliance in the Baltic countries and Poland.

Lithuania announced a ban on the transit of sanctioned goods between the Kaliningrad region and the rest of Russia from June 18. The Russian authorities compared this decision to a blockade and promised retaliatory measures. The Lithuanian authorities explained their actions by complying with EU sanctions.

Later, the Lithuanian authorities held talks with the European Commission, which is preparing additional recommendations on the transit of sanctioned goods. According to Lithuanian President Gitanas Nauseda, Brussels will publish clarifications in the near future.

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The Ministry of Defense announced the exchange of prisoners with Ukraine “at the direction of Putin”

Russia and Ukraine exchanged prisoners of war under the formula 144 for 144, the exchange took place on June 29 by order of President Vladimir Putin, the Ministry of Defense reported.

Almost all released prisoners of war were wounded, including seriously.

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Putin announced an attempt to replace international law with diktat

Modern international law is in crisis, the cause of this crisis— an attempt to replace it with diktat and national jurisdiction of individual states. This was stated by Russian President Vladimir Putin in a video greeting for the participants of the St. Petersburg International Legal Forum at the session “Law in a Multipolar World”. The broadcast is available on the event's website.

According to him, more and more voices are heard that indicate the inability of international law “to adequately respond to the problems and modern challenges of our time, to turbulent and fundamental changes”, there are calls for the abolition of the very concept of international law.

“I fundamentally disagree with such conclusions. The system of international law needs to be developed. Crises are not born because of the vices supposedly inherent in law. But don't confuse cause with effect. The point is in attempts to replace the law with dictate, and international norms— national jurisdiction of individual states or a group of states”, — Putin said.

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