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Who was at the funeral of Elizabeth II

Heads of State, royalty and celebrities arrived in London to bid farewell to the Queen

Britain and the world bid farewell to Queen Elizabeth II.

The Queen of Great Britain died on September 8, 2022 at the age of 96. She occupied the throne for 70 years and 214 days. Read more about who came to say goodbye to Her Majesty in the photo feed – aif.ru.

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David Beckham © Reuters/UK Parliament/Roger Harris

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David Beckham © Reuters/UK Parliament/Roger Harris

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Special services of Kyrgyzstan and Tajikistan agreed on peace between the countries

The heads of the state national security committees of Kyrgyzstan and Tajikistan signed a protocol on stabilizing the situation on the border and establishing peace, Turmush reports.

According to the head of the State Committee for National Security of Kyrgyzstan, Kamchybek Tashiev, work will be carried out with aiming to resolve the situation.

He added that the situation in Batken region is gradually returning to normal.

Recall that the situation on the border of Tajikistan and Kyrgyzstan escalated on September 14. Skirmishes began between the military of both countries.

The authorities of Kyrgyzstan evacuated more than 136 thousand people from the combat zone on the border. People were taken out of the Batken and Osh regions of the republic.

The Ministry of Health of Kyrgyzstan reported that the death toll in the Kyrgyz-Tajik conflict increased to 59.

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The lawyer told whether Pugacheva can be recognized as a foreign agent at her request

In the law, there is no such basis for inclusion in the list of foreign agents, as a personal desire, which the artist Alla Pugacheva recently expressed. At the same time, they can still include it in the list, Channel Five reports. with reference to lawyer Sergei Zhorin.

He recalled that one of the grounds for inclusion in the list of foreign agents – political activity. At the same time, the Ministry of Justice may consider information published on the social network to be a political appeal, even if the person involved is not related to politics, but, for example, sings songs.

Thus, the lawyer noted, “anyone” can be recognized as a foreign agent in Russia ;. Therefore, it is possible that Pugacheva's wish will come true.

Zhorin added that foreign agents often face a decrease in the number of advertisers, as they are associated with extremism, they are afraid to enter into contracts and transfer money.

Earlier, Pugacheva asked to be added to the list of foreign agents after her husband Maxim Galkin* appeared on this list.

Recall that the Ministry of Justice of the Russian Federation entered Galkin into the register of individuals-foreign agents on September 16. Showman  stated that he “does not sell his thoughts” and “does not buy someone else's.”

* An individual acting as a foreign agent.

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Dodon was kept under house arrest until October 11

The court decided to keep former Moldovan President Igor Dodon under house arrest until October 11, TASS reports.

The prosecutor's office asked the court to extend the arrest.

According to prosecutor Piotr Yarmalyuk, who is in charge of the case, the prosecution believes that Dodon can interfere with investigators when he is free, by making contacts with witnesses and destroying evidence.

The ex-president considers the prosecutor's demand unreasonable. His lawyers insisted on the release of the politician. They will appeal the decision.

Recall that Dodon has been under house arrest since the end of May. He is accused of corruption, illegal enrichment and treason. The politician denies his guilt and believes that the cases against him were initiated for political reasons.

Earlier, Igor Dodon called on the opposition parties to unite and go to joint protests in order to achieve the dissolution of the Moldovan parliament.

In mid-August, the court extended Dodon's house arrest until September 21.

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Bulgarian court allows extradition of Russian hacker to US – media

The Bulgarian court allowed the immediate extradition for further criminal prosecution of 36-year-old Russian citizen Denis Kloster. In the United States, he is accused of computer offenses, according to the Bulgarian publication 24 Hours.

The extradition was allowed on the basis of an official request from the US Department of Justice and the submitted documentation. The citizen of the Russian Federation has already agreed to be handed over to the US authorities. He believes that he will be able to prove his innocence in an American court.

The Bulgarian court decided to arrest Kloster until he was handed over to US officials. The court decision is not subject to appeal.

Earlier, hackers acting under the nickname Adrastea reported that they were selling data to MBDA Missile Systems, the largest arms manufacturer in Europe.

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Rostselmash resumed production of grain harvesters

Rostselmash, the largest Russian manufacturer of agricultural machinery, has resumed the production of grain harvesters, TASS reports citing Maria Yolkina, Director of the Department of Agricultural, Food and Construction and Road Engineering of the Ministry of Industry and Trade.

It is noted that at the moment about 20 cars are being produced a day, by the end of the year “a slight drop compared to the previous year” is expected.

Yolkina added that 6.4 thousand cars are planned for production in 2023. cars.

Earlier, agrarian Ivan Popov said that the wheat harvest in Russia this year would be enough to feed the country's population. He added that landowners intend to continue to put abandoned land into circulation, which will have a positive impact on agricultural production, as well as allow new jobs to be introduced.

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The scientist said when the level of the oceans will rise by a meter

In 80 years, the level of the World Ocean may rise to 80-100 cm compared to the figure of the beginning of the 20th century, Sergey Dobrolyubov, Doctor of Geography, Professor, Academician of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Dean of the Faculty of Geography of Moscow State University, told RT.

“The level of the World Ocean over the 20th century increased by 18-20 cm. It is predicted that in 80 years this figure will reach 80 cm or a meter. For some places, such an increase is insignificant, but for others — dangerous», — he said.

Cities such as New York, Miami, New Orleans and Hong Kong will be at risk of flooding. Most of Bangladesh, the islands in the Pacific Ocean, and other territories may be under water. The frequency of such dangerous phenomena as typhoons, storm waves, and surges of water in the coastal zone will also increase. In some countries of the world, protective structures are being built, but they are very expensive.

Dobrolyubov specified that in 20-30 years the global temperature will rise by 1.5°C, and the level of the World Ocean — by another 20 cm.

“Due to climate change, for example, in the Mediterranean, Central Asia, southern regions of Russia, there will most likely be a drought, and in the northern regions the climate will become more temperate and suitable for agriculture . There will also be migrations of peoples from one region to another. But humanity will eventually adapt to new conditions anyway, as it used to, — concluded the academician.

Earlier, scientists from the United States, Germany and China found that by the end of the century, the average temperature on Earth could increase by 2.1-3.9 degrees.

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How will they be fined for non-compliance with Russian counter-sanctions?

Plot Sanctions against Russia and Russia's retaliatory measures Expert's answer 0 + –

The Ministry of Finance has prepared a bill establishing liability for violators of the counter-sanctions imposed by Russia in&nbsp ; address of unfriendly countries. Control is entrusted to tax inspection and customs, in part of financial transactions — to Bank of Russia. The law will apply to both citizens and  businesses, fines for identified violations of the counter-sanction regime will range from 20% to 40% of the amount of illegal operation. It is expected that the norms of the law will come into force in July 2024 .

“The bill is supposed to introduce administrative responsibility for & nbsp; & ldquo; non-compliance with measures … aimed at & nbsp; ensuring the financial stability of the Russian Federation,” explains senior researcher at the Institute of Control and Surveillance Activities of the RANEPA Galina Balandina, — and it makes sense. If there are rules, then you need to establish responsibility for their non-observance.

But the abundance of normative acts adopted lately on this topic, and the mismatch of terms in them, causes concern.  We have already adopted and are simultaneously operating 7 decrees of the President of this direction and and two more federal laws, on the basis of which such measures are introduced.

And in such a situation, the vagueness of terms and definitions is fraught with either avoiding  punishment, or, conversely, they will be punished for completely legal actions. Therefore, the definition of responsibility is generally logical, but which measures are considered as “measures of influence (counteraction) aimed at” ensuring the financial stability of the Russian Federation “must be determined in a completely precise way.

Well” and Of course, the principle of proportionality of sanctions to the degree of danger of the offense and its consequences must be observed, about which it is still impossible to draw an unambiguous conclusion until it is clear exactly what actions will be punishable in the case of the adoption of these bills.

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“Preparing for school” – divorce or benefit? Is it worth it to pay for these classes?

Every year, parents of future first-graders face a dilemma: is it necessary to spend a lot of money and time preparing for school in paid development centers?

Aif.ru collected the opinions of experts, teachers and parents .

“If I knew that at school children with different backgrounds would study according to the same program and under equal conditions, I would not have dragged my son from the age of four to different“ preparations ”, — says Maria, mother of the second grader Vanya. — My son read 70 words per minute a year ago, and there were children who could not master even 15. To which the teacher said: “I’m not God, I don’t give out brains.” Brain? And what about brains? We spent a lot of money, I thought — almost a hundred thousand, broke from work, and I dragged my son to classes 3 times a week. All children study the same program. So why did we push so hard?

I'm ready to argue with her Elena, the mother of Vanya's classmate Sasha: “We somehow walked with my son, he was three years old. A woman with Sasha's age was walking towards, we caught up, I heard her say to her child: “This is a pillar, it is reinforced concrete.” I was stunned: my child at this age did not receive such information. Does she need it? And, of course, we rushed to preparatory courses, because I don’t know if it is important for a child to know about a reinforced concrete pillar at the age of three. What if he grows up ignorant? I'm not a teacher. I enrolled my son in a developmental center, they worked out twice a week, drove him through two stops, it was very convenient. As a result, he went to school fully prepared, we were praised, the son wore “asterisks” — those are A's in first grade.

Does kindergarten replace preparatory courses?

Arina Kisel, a practical psychologist, teacher at the International Pedagogical Academy of Preschool Education, is sure that if a child attends a kindergarten, then additional classes in circles to prepare for school are not needed.

According to the expert, it is possible to understand the parents of a future first-grader who consider it their duty to take their child to additional classes. However, Kisel is convinced that this is unnecessary. “Of course, I'm talking about children who attend kindergarten. Modern Kindergarten — this is already the first stage of education and upbringing, where the preparation of children for schooling is carried out in the classroom on the basis of their usual activities: games, drawing, modeling, designing, singing, dancing, conducting experiments, — the expert concludes. 

The system of classes is built in such a way that kindergarten graduates acquire all the necessary knowledge and skills. Children learn ideas about the world around them from practical experience, actions with objects, in visual and musical activities, in games, in communication with peers and adults.

Kissel advises to trust your child more and create a positive, festive mood in the family on the eve of the first of September. And the extra effort and taking crash courses can backfire, increasing your child's anxiety.

“Invest in your kids!”

Tatyana Brestel, head of the school preparation studio, primary school teacher, educational psychologist, on the contrary, calls for the preparation of children for school.

The expert names several types of fears that a child experiences before the first grade: raise a hand, answer at the blackboard, make a mistake, meeting new children, condemnation by other children, parting with a favorite toy, loneliness, deuces. It is better if parents help their child prepare for such a crisis. It's like building a bridge between kindergarten and school. There are many development centers for this. In small groups, an experienced teacher will help the child turn all these fears into strength. When he goes to school, he simply won't have them.

“Our graduates study well in lyceums and gymnasiums. They differ from their peers in their erudition, quick thinking, desire to learn, participate in school competitions with high results, we receive gratitude from parents and their children, », — says the expert.

Many parents hoped for the school, but now well-prepared children go to it. Therefore, offensive situations happen: a child after grade 2 does not know how to solve equations, remember the multiplication table. Then teachers or tutors deal with him, figuratively speaking, sending him to first grade. But this could have been avoided.

“There is no need to remember what happened in the last century, everything was taught in schools. Now is the speed age. Now other children are being born, with other speeds and possibilities. They only need to be given tasks, various exercises, intellectual games. They absorb everything. Children pick up the phone and find everything there without the help of an adult. But not everyone can learn to read. They need help with this, — sure teacher. — Therefore, I advise respected parents to take their children to developmental studios from the age of 4.

“MA and EMA”

Nikolay Yagodkin, founder of the Center for Educational Technologies and author of the Encyclopedia of Children's Motivation, also recommends preparing children. However, the specialist says that options are possible: now there are many different ways to prepare. You can use developing courses, or you can do everything yourself. 

“It is necessary to focus on the requirements of the particular school in which you enroll your child (the level and requirements of schools are different), — says the expert. — The situation is complicated by the fact that classes in general education schools are overcrowded, the teacher does not have the opportunity to devote enough time to each student and look for an individual approach to him. The bulk of modern children already come prepared: children can read and write, which means that the teacher will focus on them, building his educational process. 

The life of a child changes dramatically. Being in a new society among strangers, new requirements and rules… All this already contributes to a stressful state. The child who understands that he cannot do what his classmates can easily feel will feel even worse. Children who are not at all prepared for school fall into the category of lagging behind and experience failure, which in turn greatly demotivates them to learn. It is much more difficult to revive the motivation for learning later. 

Attending training courses helps the child quickly adapt to the school system: socialize, get used to the system of lessons/classes, especially for children who do not attend kindergartens, but are at home with their parents. If a child attends a kindergarten, then the problem of socialization is not so acute, and the parent can independently teach the child basic reading and arithmetic skills, if he has free time and desire. 

Schools now also have preparatory courses, they are inexpensive and also designed to help children adapt to school. 

But if a parent takes responsibility for self-preparation for school, a situation often arises that he does it incorrectly from a methodological point of view. Yes, parents can read, count and write, but this does not mean that they can easily teach this to the baby, because they are not professional teachers. Yagodkin notes that the most common mistake is that parents teach letters to their children, not sounds. This leads to the fact that the child cannot put them into syllables. For example, having learned the letters M (em) and A, the child reads: EMA, instead of MA. And there are many such mistakes. Then the teacher has to retrain the child, and this is much more difficult than teaching the child from scratch. 

“We must first develop cognitive activity”

Olga Serova, psychologist, specialist in preschool education with twenty years of experience, children's writer, member of the Union of Children's and Youth WritersI am also sure that it is necessary to prepare children for school, but there are different methods.

Every parent wants their child to study well. Therefore, he leads the preschooler to preparatory classes. Usually paid. This is done out of good intentions: “By the first grade, he must read, count and write!”, “Then he will say thank you!” etc. But are such actions justified?

Serova is sure that, first of all, it is necessary to develop cognitive activity, communication skills, and independence. It is these competencies that will allow the child to successfully master the position of the student. Ability to read and write — secondarily.

But if studying is not interesting, additional training (development of reading, writing and numeracy skills) will not be effective, but will only aggravate the situation, nullifying the motivation to study at school. The expert is sure that preparatory courses are not a guarantee of good academic performance.

It's another matter if a child is inspired by learning leisure — This means that for him these are his own points of growth. And the best parent help — find such a job. It is important to remember that the leading activity of the senior preschooler — game. There is a lot of creativity, joy and energy in the game that gives children a sense of self-confidence. 

There are many ways to prepare a child for school. It is not necessary to spend money on this. Sometimes the time spent with you — more valuable and more effective than popular and advertised developmental activities for preschoolers.

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“He looked like a huge snake.” What did the victims of the Kolka glacier manage to see?

20 years ago there was a natural disaster in the Karmadon Gorge of North Ossetia. The Kolka glacier, which fell from the highlands, covered a distance of almost 20 kilometers in seven minutes and filled the valley, burying many buildings, recreation centers under it and killing 125 people, including 42 members of the film crew of the film director Sergey Bodrov Jr.

There is no single version of the causes of this largest glacial (that is, ice-related) catastrophe in Russia. Scientists tend to believe that several factors played a fatal role. About the catastrophe on September 20, 2002 and the current state of the ill-fated glacier, aif.ru spoke with senior researcher at the department of glaciology of the Institute of Geography of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Robert Chernov, who took part in expeditions to the Kolka glacier many times.

“The speeds there were wild”

— Is it true that the Karmadon catastrophe was a unique event in terms of science? They say scientists have never seen anything like this before.

— Quite right. The descent of the Kolka glacier in 2002 cannot be compared with previously known movements and collapses of glaciers. Such events have never been recorded by glaciologists — neither in their scale nor in their scenario.

Part of the glaciers collapses occur in almost all mountain systems, this is a normal phenomenon. But for the glacier to completely leave its bed, while flying almost two dozen kilometers along the valley in a short period of time — this has never happened before. And this, of course, greatly surprised scientists.  

Kolka Glacier a year before the 2002 disaster. Photo: Commons.wikimedia.org/Sergei Chernomorets

This scenario is completely different from previous glacier movements that have occurred repeatedly. The previous event was in 1969 and it looked different. This is how shifts usually occur: the glacier, having accumulated mass and reaching a critical value, begins to slowly move forward. Then he advanced almost 5 kilometers and stopped. Yes, it looks scary and makes an impression: the glacier is cracking, crawling, raking everything in front of it like a bulldozer, — but it is crawling, covering tens of meters in a day, and not flying at the speed of an express train.

Kolka's departure in 2002 was different. It was a colossal release of energy. In a matter of minutes, huge masses of ice, water and stones moved from the upper reaches to the lower reaches of the Karmadon Valley. The speeds there were wild, they exceeded 100 kilometers per hour, sometimes reaching up to 200 kilometers. This mass practically flew.

October 2002 Photo: Commons.wikimedia.org/Sergei Chernomorets

When we arrived in the valley in 2003, we saw that its slopes had been peeled to a height of 100-150 meters, in many places they were straightened, and even overlaps were visible: moving along the gorge, the glacier was thrown from one slope to another. It turned out to be such a slalom. Only a rocky ridge prevented these masses of ice from advancing further, and they stopped in the valley.

— Has this ice melted now?

— Initial estimates were such that it would melt in 30-35 years. But it played a role that in the Karmadon basin the average annual temperature is positive. The ice settled very quickly, covered with moraine (geological deposits in the form of stones and clay. — Ed.) and at the end in the end, almost all of it melted away.

Now this moraine material remains there in the form of a hilly relief. Somewhere under the thickness of the ice, perhaps there is still.

A section of the gorge covered with stones after the Kolka glacier descended. 2018 Photo: Commons.wikimedia.org/Alexander Baidukov

What do eyewitnesses say?

— So, there you can find something that was left after the disaster 20 years ago? For example, the car of the film crew of Sergei Bodrov?

— All this is buried in a multi-meter thickness of moraine material. You need to work as a bulldozer, an excavator, but the question is: for what? To pull out the wreckage of a car? Nothing solid could be left there. With such a scale of the catastrophe, everything that was in the path of this rampart, this ice and stone mudflow, was demolished and mangled.

And then, you should not look for the remains of the Bodrov group at the bottom of the gorge. There are eyewitness accounts who have repeatedly said that the film crew at that moment was not on the road, but was invited to a nearby village for a family celebration. They were seen by those who left there earlier.

I personally talked with an elderly woman who was invited to the same celebration, but did not reach it, because she had sore legs, and she at the moment the descent of the glacier stood on a hillock. I have never met another such person in Karmadon who saw the catastrophe with his own eyes. 

Traces of the descent of the glacier on the walls of the gorge. 2018 year. Photo: Commons.wikimedia.org/Alexander Baidukov

— What did she say?

— She described what she saw rather figuratively, but I had no doubts about her words. This is how it should have looked.

At the time of the disaster, it was already dusk. The woman said that she heard a rumble and a roar, and then a luminous mass jumped out of the valley and spread out at the foot of the slopes. According to her, the glacier was like a huge snake.

— And what could the people who at that moment were at the bottom of the gorge see and feel?

— It's hard to imagine. The growing rumble in the mountains — is always disturbing. But it was a rumble of a different nature: tens of millions of tons of ice and stones were moving at great speed. I don't think people have time to understand. Since the ground was also shaking, they might have thought it was a massive earthquake. But everything happened quickly, they hardly had time to realize that a glacier was flying at them. Moreover, I repeat, it was already dark.

Photo: Commons.wikimedia.org/NASA

The bed was completely empty

— What are the reasons for this catastrophe, which has become unique from the point of view of science?

— At first, it was not very clear what pushed Kolka out of its bed, especially since the glacier had not yet gained critical mass. Began to think there was a lot of controversy. Geologists said that this was seismic: the glacier was shaking, landslides were added to this, and it left. True, the rest of the glaciers for some reason remained in their places.

This version prevailed at first. But then the specialists of our institute noticed that there was a lot of water in the highlands. And volcanologists have registered in the basin, where Kolka used to lie, outcrops of volcanic gas. Then they came to the conclusion that the catastrophe was predetermined by volcanism. This version has become the main one. Near Kolka there is a dormant volcano Kazbek, in its bowels there is a magma chamber, quite close to the earth's surface. From it, apparently, periodically comes heat. This temperature is enough for the glacier to start melting from below. Water accumulated under it, it became more and more, and the water reduces the frictional force that keeps the glacier in its inclined bed. In the end, this friction weakened, and he fell down.

I think voids could have formed in the glacier, and it collapsed inward. This led to the movement of the entire mass.

— What does the place where Kolka was before the gathering look like now?

— The glacier is recovering. In the first days after the disaster, it turned out that his bed was completely empty — there was nothing left. This is a fairly spacious basin with steep sides and a flat bottom. And it was empty, the glacier disappeared completely, which also surprised scientists: this had never happened before. Then its rapid filling with ice began, but the process was uneven, slowed down.

Now the glacier has gained about a third of the volume that it had in 2002. It is 2.5 times smaller in area. The thickness has significantly decreased: if earlier it was 80-100 meters, now it is a maximum of 50, and on average — 30-40. And one gets the impression that the glacier is not particularly striving to add in size and volume. In recent years, little has changed: how much ice has accumulated, so much has melted in the summer. The glacier front has stabilized and is only moving forward a little, a few meters a year. There is an accumulation of ice in its rear part due to avalanches and collapses, but this is the norm.

I think Kolka will not recover to its previous volume in the foreseeable future. And, of course, you should not be afraid of its descent in the coming years.

— How are observations made?

— Our expeditions go there twice a year. We fix the state of the glacier, monitor its recovery: we take photographs from certain points and GPS mapping, put sensors in different places to record the temperature.

There is no continuous monitoring of the glacier, but this is not special needs. Now remote methods, satellite imagery are quite enough. It provides information both about the characteristics of the glacier and about the ice masses that accumulate above it.

By the way

Rescue work in Karmadon Gorge continued for more than 1.5 years. The bodies of 19 dead, dozens of body fragments were found. In addition to rescuers, the search was conducted by relatives of the missing, including members of the film crew of Sergey Bodrov. They set up a permanent camp in the gorge. It was hoped that someone managed to hide in the tunnel. Rescuers drilled 20 wells in the thickness of the ice, one of them fell into the tunnel, but it turned out to be filled with water.

The relatives of the victims attracted psychics. As a rule, they said that rescuers were looking in the wrong place, but that was where their help ended.

In May 2004, a decision was made to stop rescue and search operations.

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Livesey, Masha and Cheburashka: the heroes of our cartoons have become memes in the West

The hero of the Soviet cartoon “Treasure Island” — Dr. Livesey became a meme back in 2021. Western and Russian Internet users began to come up with jokes with the participation of this character, and in the summer of 2022, the video where Dr. Livesey, together with two more characters, walks to the music, became the most popular.

Another popular  — dark and light Livesey. With it is used to oppose any phenomena or show different sides of ordinary situations.

But not only Dr. Livesey became a meme — Other characters from Soviet and Russian cartoons also went viral.

My voice is usually VS My voice in an audio recording. Frames from the film “Treasure Island”

Cheburashka (Cartoon “Crocodile Gena”, 1969)

Almost immediately after the release of the cartoon “Crocodile Gena” Cheburashka became the hero of jokes. With the advent of the Internet, users began to invent new comic images for the hero, for example, Cheburnator or Cheburashka-Yoda.

Of & nbsp; foreign countries, Cheburashka is most loved in & nbsp; Japan. In 2003, the Japanese made a continuation of the Soviet cartoon, and then created new adventures of Cheburashka. But and in the West, Cheburashka managed to penetrate memes.

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When you try to make a good meme, but it doesn't get votes because no one knows Cheburashka. What does it get? Built, built, and all in vain. Frame from the film “Cheburashka”

Winnie the Pooh (Cartoon "Winnie the Pooh", 1969)

"It looks like it's going to rain", "Piglet, do you have a gun at home?" — these phrases from the Soviet cartoon about Winnie the Pooh were included not only in Russian.

The main cartoon bear is a humorous character in itself: he gets into situations that cannot  bring a smile. Foreigners love our Winnie very much and note that he is much better than Disney. They also quote his jokes and alter the words of the cartoon character to fit their situations.

Winnie: The current format of Winnie the Pooh Piglet: An improved Russian format of Winnie the Pooh Troom Pararum parumpumpum. A frame from the cartoon “Winnie the Pooh”

Masha and The Bear (Animated series «Masha and The Bear», 2009 — 2018)

«Masha and The Bear» — it's a phenomenon in the world of animation. The animated series is watched everywhere: in Europe and Latin America, in Arab countries and Asia. Series “Masha plus porridge” with over 4 billion views on YouTube, it is the only cartoon video on the platform that made it into the top 10 most viewed videos.

This cartoon seems to be made for memes: little girl Masha constantly gets into   funny cases, and the silent bear protects her. Masha's facial expressions, individual frames from the cartoon, and also the bear's reaction to the tricks of his ward turn into a joke.

Why so expensive? I'm sorry! This is my job, these are my prices. Frame from the cartoon “Masha and the Bear” Rate the material

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Erdogan announced the decision of Ukraine and Russia to exchange 200 prisoners of war

According to the President of Turkey, Putin demonstrates the desire to end the conflict as soon as possible. Erdogan said he thinks “an important step forward will be taken” as the military operations are now “rather problematic”

Russia and Ukraine agreed to exchange 200 prisoners. Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said this in an interview with PBS, talking about his recent meeting with his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin in Uzbekistan.

“He really shows me that he wants to end this (the conflict in Ukraine. — RBC) as soon as possible. This is my impression, because now everything is going quite problematic. 200 prisoners will be exchanged according to the agreement reached by the parties. I think an important step forward will be taken, — said the Turkish leader. He did not specify whether the exchange had already taken place and, if not, when it would take place, and did not provide other details.

RBC sent a request to the press service of the Commissioner for Human Rights in Russia.

Moscow last reported on the exchange of prisoners with Kyiv at the end of June. Then both sides of the conflict confirmed that they exchanged military personnel in the format “144 for 144”. The total number of Ukrainian soldiers in captivity of the Russian Ministry of Defense at that time was estimated at more than 6 thousand.

On August 3, Deputy Defense Minister Alexander Fomin said that Russia and Ukraine had already exchanged prisoners and bodies of dead servicemen 27 times. He did not name the number of prisoners exchanged.

On September 2, the Ukrainian coordination headquarters reported that Kyiv had returned 14 military men from Russian captivity. According to him, the exchange took place in the Donetsk region, within the boundaries of which Moscow recognized the DPR. The Russian side did not confirm this information.

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UN Secretary General António Guterres in September called on the parties to agree on the exchange of prisoners in the “all for all” format.

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RIA Novosti reported on the use of rifles “Twilight” in Ukraine

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Snipers of the allied forces in the course of a special operation in Ukraine destroyed several dozen high-priority targets with ultra-long-range SVLK-14S “Dusk” rifles. About this “RIA Novosti” reported in the development company Lobaev Arms.

“Today, Lobaev Arms rifles, which are used by allied forces in a special military operation, show high performance. In particular, from SVLK-14S “Dusk” dozens of high-priority targets have already been destroyed, despite the limited number of these rifles on the front line, — told the company.

The developer explained that during the special operation, sniper units use several different models of Lobaev Arms rifles together. In particular, together with "Dusk" TSVL-8 M1 “Stalingrad” are used chambered for .338 LM/.300 WM or DXL-5 “Ravager” with cartridge .50 BMG (12.7×99 mm NATO sample).

Ultra-long-range rifle SVLK-14S “Dusk” developed by Lobaev Arms chambered for .375 Cheytac/.408 Cheytac. “Twilight” allows high-precision hitting targets at ranges over 2500 m.

The receiver is made of aluminum alloy, also used in the aircraft industry. The length of the weapon is 1570mm with a height (without sight) of 175mm and a width of 96mm. The weight of the rifle itself— 9.6 kg.

Formerly RIA Novosti reported on the use in Ukraine of new army sniper rifles Chukavin (SVCh), which should come to replace the SVD. “The first reviews of the new rifle complex were positive,” — said the interlocutor of the agency, specifying that the special forces received rifles under the domestic sniper cartridge 7.62 by 54mm.

The Chukavin sniper rifle was developed by the Kalashnikov Concern. (part of the state corporation “Rostec”). For the first time it was presented at the exhibition “Army-2017”. Weapon tests were completed in October last year. In “Kalashnikov” said they were successful.

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In Kherson announced a statement on the referendum

The initiative to “immediately” hold referendums on joining Russia was earlier made by the authorities of the DPR and LPR. Deputy head of the CAA of the Kherson region Stremousov said that today a statement “that everyone is waiting for” will be made

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The authorities of the Kherson region will make a statement on the referendum on joining Russia in Tuesday, 20 September. Kirill Stremousov, deputy head of the regional CAA, stated this in his telegram channel.

According to him, residents of the region often ask if the CAA supports the initiative of the DNR and LNR on the “immediate” holding a referendum on joining Russia.

“I think that today, September 20, we will make an immediate statement on the fact [of the possibility of holding a referendum on the territory of the Kherson region], which in fact everyone is waiting for”, — said the deputy head of the regional CAA.

Earlier that day, Stremousov told RIA Novosti that all attempts by Ukrainian troops to advance in the direction of the Kherson region were failing, and the Armed Forces of Ukraine were suffering heavy losses.

September 19 The Public Chamber of the LPR appealed to the head of the region Leonid Pasechnik and the people's council (parliament) with the initiative “immediately” hold a referendum on recognition as a subject of Russia. On the same day, the Public Chamber of the DPR prepared a similar appeal to the head of the DPR, Denis Pushilin, and the people's council of the republic.

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Secretary of the General Council of “United Russia” Andrei Turchak said earlier that it would be symbolic and correct to hold referendums on joining the DPR, LPR and the “liberated territories” to Russia. November 4, National Unity Day. According to him, the locals are ready for this.

Independence referendums in the DPR and LPR were held in May 2014. They followed the change of power in Ukraine, the annexation of Crimea to Russia and the outbreak of hostilities in the Donbass, in particular, the “anti-terrorist operation” Kyiv, which Russian President Vladimir Putin later called “punitive” and aimed against the inhabitants of the east of the country who did not support the “coup d'état”; in Ukraine.

This year, on February 21, Russia recognized the independence of the DPR and LPR, and also concluded an agreement on friendship and mutual assistance with them. On February 24, Putin announced the start of a special operation in Ukraine. Moscow called its goals “denazification”; and “demilitarization” neighboring country, protection of the population and “total liberation” Donbass, as well as the elimination of the “anti-Russian enclave” in Ukraine.

During the special operation, Russian troops took control of the Kherson region, parts of the Zaporozhye and Kharkov regions, and, as Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu reported, “liberated” LPR. The authorities of the Russian-controlled territories of Kherson and Zaporozhye regions also advocated holding referendums. The pro-Russian authorities of the Kharkiv region said in July that they were not yet ready for this.

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Truss confirms plans to allocate at least $2.6 billion in military aid to Kyiv

The amount of military assistance to Kyiv in 2023 will be no less than in the current one, approximately $2.64 billion, the Prime Minister promised. Among the weapons that the kingdom will transfer to Ukraine will be MLRS

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British Prime Minister Liz Truss confirmed that the kingdom will provide military assistance to Ukraine in the amount of at least £2.3 billion ($2.64 billion) in 2023— London has spent this amount on the supply of arms to Kyiv this year. The statement of the office of the head of government is reported by Reuters.

The Cabinet clarified that the set of military support measures is likely to include multiple launch rocket systems (MLRS) MLRS. In June, the country's authorities announced the dispatch of M270 MLRS to Ukraine, without indicating their exact number.

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Earlier, Britain announced plans to maintain or increase the volume of military assistance in 2023 compared to the current one. newspaper Financial Times. The publication wrote that Truss will announce this intention at the UN General Assembly (77th session is held in New York from 20 to 26 September). The publication noted that in the current year, Britain has allocated an amount comparable to £2.3 billion for these purposes, becoming the second state in terms of military assistance to Ukraine.

According to RBC estimates, by the end of June, London had transferred to Kyiv about 4,000 NLAW anti-tank systems, 120 Mastiff armored vehicles, 200 Brimstone 1 high-tech homing missiles, as well as anti-ship missile systems, MLRS, heavy drones and other types of weapons. At the end of August, the Ministry of Defense of the Kingdom decided to transfer six underwater drones to the Armed Forces of Ukraine. In addition, the British military is training Ukrainian soldiers: by mid-August, they have trained more than 2.3 thousand fighters.

While still a candidate for prime minister, Truss spoke out in a campaign debate against a peace deal between Russia and Ukraine, saying that Kyiv should receive the maximum amount of assistance from Western countries for a “clean victory.” At the same time, in her opinion, London should not be directly involved in the conflict.

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The Russian authorities condemn the supply of weapons to Ukraine. Russian Ambassador to Britain Andrey Kelin at the end of May accused London of dragging out the conflict. “Every day we hear calls to send new weapons to Ukraine, to fight to the last Ukrainian soldier, to prolong the conflict and not start negotiations until Russia is defeated,” — he explained. This, according to Kelin, indicates the unwillingness of Britain to end the conflict through diplomacy.

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The EU will discuss the abolition of the right of veto on anti-Russian sanctions

Politico learned that the EU will discuss the abolition of the right of countries to veto against anti-Russian sanctions The EU may abandon the principle of unanimous decision-making, replacing it with the principle of a simple majority. Borrell and Scholz advocated the abolition of the right of veto for countries. Zakharova stated that “this is liberal totalitarianism”

EU to discuss lifting veto on anti-Russian sanctions

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EU foreign ministers will meet in Brussels to discuss a proposal to abolish or limit the unanimous principle of foreign policy decision-making, Politico reported.

According to this principle, each member state of the European Union has the right to veto, which it can use, including when agreeing on anti-Russian sanctions. In particular, Hungary used this right when the EU worked out restrictions on Russian oil in the spring. Including because of Budapest, the solution of the issue was delayed for a month and a half. As a result, Hungary achieved special conditions for itself and lifted the veto, and the embargo was approved.

Now the EU wants to discuss the possibility of abolishing or limiting the right of veto and replacing the unanimous principle of making foreign policy decisions with the principle of a simple majority, when the support of more than half of the states of the association is enough.

For the abolition of the principle of unanimous decision-making in the EU were, in particular, the head of European diplomacy Josep Borrell and German Chancellor Olaf Scholz. Both link the need to reform the decision-making process with EU enlargement.

As Scholz explained, the more new members there are in the European Union, the more differences will become between member countries in terms of political interests, economic influence and social security systems, reports Reuters. Therefore, the right of veto in a number of areas, including in matters of common foreign policy, must be abandoned, the chancellor believes. “Where unanimity is required today, the risk that one country will use its veto power and prevent others from moving forward increases with each new member state,” said the German chancellor.

In the Russian Foreign Ministry, after proposals were made to abolish the right of veto in the EU, they noted that “this is liberal totalitarianism.” “Either everyone is in favor, or the decision will be made anyway,” — Maria Zakharova, a representative of the department, wrote in the telegram channel.

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Medvedev explained the need for referendums in the Donbass

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Holding referendums on the territory of Donbass and other “liberated territories” about joining Russia is necessary to restore historical justice. Dmitry Medvedev, Deputy Head of the Security Council of Russia, stated this on his Telegram channel.

“Referendums in the Donbass are of great importance not only for the systemic protection of the inhabitants of the LNR, DNR and other liberated territories, but also for the restoration of historical justice. They completely change the vector of Russia's development for decades. And not only our country. Since after their implementation and the acceptance of new territories into Russia, the geopolitical transformation in the world will become irreversible,— he wrote.

According to him, Russia has the right to “use all the forces of self-defense” when encroachments are made on its territory. Medvedev noted that after the amendments to the Russian Constitution, not a single future president and not a single official “will be able to reverse these decisions.” “That is why these referendums are so feared in Kyiv and in the West. That is why they need to be carried out,»,— pointed out the deputy head of the Security Council.

The day before, on September 19, the Public Chamber of the LPR appealed to the head of the region Leonid Pasechnik and the people's council (parliament) with the initiative “immediately” hold a referendum on recognition as a subject of Russia. The reason for holding the referendum there was called “the events of recent days”, in which “Kyiv nationalists crossed all the red lines.”

On the same day, the Public Chamber of the DPR prepared a similar appeal to the head of the republic, Denis Pushilin, and the people's council, and a day later, the deputy head of the Kherson VGA, Kirill Stremousov, announced on September 20 a statement on the referendum, “which everyone is waiting for.” The Zaporizhzhia region previously stated that a referendum on joining Russia would take place when the region was “finally ready in terms of security for residents.”

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In early September, RBC sources close to the Russian presidential administration said that the Kremlin was counting on holding referendums in the LPR, DPR, Kherson, Zaporozhye and Kharkiv regions by the end of autumn.

Secretary of the General Council of “United Russia” Andrei Turchak said earlier that it would be symbolic and correct to hold referendums on joining the DPR, LPR and the “liberated territories” to Russia. November 4, National Unity Day. According to him, the locals are ready for this.

From the beginning of the special operation in Ukraine, Russian troops took control of the Kherson region, parts of the Zaporozhye and Kharkov regions, and, as Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu reported, “completely liberated” ; LPR.

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Peskov did not see the prospects for a diplomatic settlement with Ukraine

Peskov: there are no prospects for a diplomatic settlement of the conflict in Ukraine Now there is no such possibility, according to the Kremlin. UN Secretary General António Guterres recently spoke about the minimal chances for a peace agreement. Kyiv is against the resumption of negotiations

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There are currently no prospects for a diplomatic settlement of the conflict in Ukraine, he told Interfax Presidential Press Secretary Dmitry Peskov.

The Russian authorities emphasize that the special operation will continue until the set goals are achieved. Among them, Moscow called the protection of the population of Donbass and “demilitarization and denazification”; Ukraine. At the same time, the Russian side has been talking about its readiness for negotiations since they were frozen in the spring.

President Vladimir Putin assured on September 16 that Russia will make every effort to keep the conflict at bay. Ukraine stopped as soon as possible, but Kyiv, according to him, refuses to negotiate.

Mikhail Podolyak, an adviser to the head of the office of the President of Ukraine, explained at the end of August that Kyiv opposed the negotiations because they would be a “death sentence” for Ukraine. He expressed the view that Russia would take advantage of any pause to recuperate and step up the offensive, and in the absence of negotiations, Moscow would focus on a “war of attrition.” The country's Foreign Ministry pointed to the risk of negotiations in the current situation, as it “will again be the language of ultimatums” from Moscow. The Ukrainian authorities have repeatedly said that they will not make territorial concessions and will be ready for dialogue only after the situation at the front changes.

According to Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov, the longer the resumption of the negotiation process is delayed, the more difficult it will be for the Ukrainian authorities to reach an agreement. Peskov has previously stated that Russia will talk with Ukraine about how Moscow's conditions will be met.

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To resume Negotiations in September were called upon by Western leaders: EU diplomat Josep Borrell, German Chancellor Olaf Scholz, French President Emmanuel Macron, UN Secretary General António Guterres. At the same time, Borrell emphasized that only Ukraine should determine the terms of peace, while Guterres assessed the chances of concluding a peace agreement as “minimal at the moment.”

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan announced Putin's desire to end the conflict in Ukraine, but for this, according to him, “Ukraine must be in the same understanding with Russia.”

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The court sentenced the head of the Vladivostok communists to 13 years in prison

The court sentenced deputy Samsonov to 13 years in prison for molesting a child According to investigators, in 2018, the deputy showed an 11-year-old child “an intimate object and brought him information about its purpose.” Samsonov himself did not admit his guilt

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The Soviet District Court of Vladivostok sentenced a deputy of the Legislative Assembly in Primorye to 13 years in a strict regime colony. This is stated in the message of the SC. We are talking about the deputy from the Communist Party of the Russian Federation Artem Samsonov, said the representative of the department “RIA Novosti”.

Samsonov was charged under the article “other acts of a sexual nature using the helpless state of the victim, committed against a person under the age of 14” (Clause «b» part 4 of article 132 of the Criminal Code). The maximum punishment under this article provides for up to 20 years of restriction of freedom.

“The evidence collected by the investigating authorities of the Investigative Committee of the Russian Federation for the Primorsky Territory was recognized by the court as sufficient for issuing a guilty verdict to the deputy of the Legislative Assembly of the Primorsky Territory. The court found him guilty and sentenced him to 13 years in prison to be served in a strict regime correctional colony, — said a representative of the UK.

According to investigators, on one of the days from June 1 to July 31, 2018, Samsonov, during a beach holiday, while at a recreation center near Lazurnaya Street in Vladivostok, while communicating with an 11-year-old the son of his friend “showed him an object of an intimate nature and brought him information about its purpose.”

The criminal case against Samsonov was opened on November 17, 2021. On the same day, the parliamentarian was detained. The apartment where the deputy lived was searched. The parliamentarian himself denies his guilt.

After the arrest, Samsonov went on a hunger strike in disagreement with the accusations of the investigation, said the deputy's lawyer Natalya Kasilova. After that, according to her, his pressure jumped, he was called an ambulance. The man also became ill in court, from where he was taken away in an ambulance.

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Samsonov has been studying since 2016 posts of the first secretary of the Vladivostok branch of the Communist Party of the Russian Federation, deputy head of the committee of the Legislative Assembly of the Primorsky Territory for regional policy and legality. In the elections in September 2021, he was nominated for the State Duma, but took second place in his constituency, losing to the United Russia candidate.

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Pushilin announced attempts of “very active actions” of the Armed Forces of Ukraine in the Liman area

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Kuyvashev appointed a new representative in the Federation Council instead of Rossel

Kuyvashev appointed a new senator from the Sverdlovsk region: instead of Rossel, he became Shepty Viktor Shepty became the new representative of the Sverdlovsk region in the Federation Council. In this post, he replaced Edurad Rossel, the first governor of the region, who has represented the region in the Federation Council since 2009 jpg 673w” media=”(max-width: 320px) and (-webkit-min-device-pixel-ratio: 2), (max-width: 320px) and (min-resolution: 192dpi)” >

Kuyvashev appointed a new representative in the Federation Council instead of Rossel

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Governor of the Sverdlovsk Region Evgeny Kuyvashev appointed a new representative of the regional government in the Federation Council. He announced this on Telegram, attaching a photo of the decree he signed.

“Today I appointed Viktor Shepty, deputy of the Legislative Assembly of the Sverdlovsk Region, as my representative in the Federation Council. The decree has already been signed,— the message says.

The head of the region also expressed confidence that the new representative of the region will successfully cope with his duties.

Viktor Shepty, prior to his appointment as a senator, served as deputy chairman of the Legislative Assembly of the Sverdlovsk Region, a member of the United Russia party; and deputy regional branch of the party.

He was born in 1965, received a working specialty at the Sverdlovsk Mining and Metallurgical College. In 1989, he graduated from the Novosibirsk Higher Military-Political Combined Arms School with a degree in Airborne Troops, according to the party's website. He was an employee of the special forces unit of the FSB of Russia “Group” Alfa “. Then he received a second higher education— legal. He began to participate in the elections of deputies of the Legislative Assembly of the Sverdlovsk Region in 2004.

Sheptiy replaced Eduard Rossel— the first governor of the Sverdlovsk region. Rossel is 84 years old, he has represented the regional government in the Federation Council for 13 years, since 2009.

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Rossel himself told E1 that he refused to continue working in the Federation Council for family reasons. “Evgeny Vladimirovich [Kuyvashev long ago] told me that as long as he is governor, I will be a member of the Federation Council. But I have serious family problems, I can’t be away from home for six or ten days, — he explained his decision.

According to the Constitution of Russia, each region has two representatives in the Federation Council— one each from the executive and legislative bodies of state power. The second senator from the Sverdlovsk region— Alexander Vysokinsky. He took a seat in the Federation Council in October 2021, instead of Arkady Chernetsky, and is a representative of the legislative assembly of the region.

Governor Evgeny Kuyvashev took office for a new term on September 19.

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The Ministry of Defense showed the work of Su-34 crews with Kh-29T missiles. Video

During the special operation in Ukraine, X-29T air-to-surface missiles are also used. They are hung on Su-34 fighter-bombers and used to hit targets on the ground

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In the Kherson region called for an immediate referendum

Following the LPR and DPR, the public council of the Kherson region called on the regional authorities to organize a vote as soon as possible. RBC previously reported that voting in all “liberated territories” could take place before the end of autumn ” media=”(max-width: 320px) and (-webkit-min-device-pixel-ratio: 2), (max-width: 320px) and (min-resolution: 192dpi)” >

In the Kherson region called for an immediate referendum

The Public Council of the Kherson region suggested that the head of the military-civilian administration (CAA) of the region, Vladimir Saldo, immediately hold a referendum on joining Russia, the RIA Novosti correspondent reports.

The Public Council expressed confidence that the inhabitants of the Kherson region are completely support the initiative.

The administration of the Kherson region has published the text of the appeal of the public council, which says that the organization has studied the received appeals and wishes and came to the conclusion about the “urgent need for an immediate referendum”.

“We consider it more timely than ever to make a strong-willed decision to immediately hold a referendum on the entry of the Kherson region into the Russian Federation. We are sure that the initiative will be fully supported by the residents of the Kherson region, and joining Russia will not only become a triumph of historical justice, but will also secure the territory of the region, open up new opportunities on the way to the revival and restoration of the power of our land,— noted in the application.

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Earlier Tuesday, Saldo's deputy Kirill Stremousov announced an “immediate statement” on the issue of a referendum, “which is actually what everyone is waiting for.” In his telegram channel, he wrote: “We are going to Russia and there is no reason not to understand this.”

The day before, the public chambers of the DPR and LPR came up with the same initiative. The head of the Donetsk People's Republic, Denis Pushilin, then invited his colleague from the LPR, Leonid Pasechnik, to join efforts in preparing for the vote.

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Kherson region since mid-March, it has been controlled by Russian forces, its authorities have repeatedly declared their desire to become part of Russia. Stremousov said in early September that the Kherson region was ready for a referendum, but a pause was taken due to the security situation. Before and after that, local authorities repeatedly reported explosions and attacks by the Armed Forces of Ukraine.

On September 1, RBC reported, citing sources, that the Kremlin expected to hold referendums in the LPR, DPR, Kherson region, as well as Zaporozhye and Kharkiv areas until the end of autumn. One of the interlocutors named November 4-7 as a possible time interval. Secretary of the General Council of “United Russia” Andrei Turchak said that it would be symbolic to hold a vote on November 4 & mdash; on National Unity Day.

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The State Duma will consider the introduction of the concepts of “mobilization” and “wartime” in the Criminal Code

In addition, the amendments introduce several new articles of the Criminal Code: “Voluntary Surrender” and “Looting” .png 673w” media=”(max-width: 320px) and (-webkit-min-device-pixel-ratio: 2), (max-width: 320px) and (min-resolution: 192dpi)” >

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A package of amendments to the draft law on amendments to the Criminal Code, which was adopted in the first reading in July, was submitted to the State Duma. It was proposed to introduce the concepts of “mobilization”, “martial law” into the code; and “wartime”. The document was published in the electronic database of the lower chamber, and lawyer Pavel Chikov was the first to draw attention to it.

“In paragraph” l ” part one of Article 63 the words “in conditions of armed conflict or hostilities”; replace with the words “during the period of mobilization or martial law, in wartime or in conditions of armed conflict or combat operations”, — said in the document.

Article 63 of the Criminal Code lists circumstances that are considered aggravating. In paragraph "l" in the current wording, such circumstances are considered to be “the commission of a crime in a state of emergency, natural or other public calamity, as well as during mass riots, in conditions of an armed conflict or hostilities.”

In addition, the amendments introduce several new articles of the Criminal Code: “Voluntary Surrender” (Article 352.1) and “Looting” (Article 356.1).

For surrender, one faces from three to 10 years in prison, if there are no signs of high treason. For looting— up to 15 years in prison.

The list of aggravating circumstances includes the commission of a crime “during the period of mobilization or martial law, in wartime”; (Article 63 of the Criminal Code).

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  • Regarding the 1st— from two to 10 days— up to 5 years in prison, and not one year;
  • As part of the 3rd— from 10 to one month— up to 7 years in prison, and not up to three years;
  • In part 4 & mdash; over a month— from 5 to 10 years in prison, and not up to five years.

At the same time, for non-compliance by subordinates with the order of the headgiven in the prescribed manner, during martial law, in wartime or in conditions of armed conflict or combat operations, as well as refusal to participate in military or hostilities, it is proposed to punish with imprisonment for a term of two to three years (Part 2.1 of Article 332 of the Criminal Code).

At the same time, Russians called up for military training who are in reserve will be criminally liable for failure to appear or desertion on an equal basis with contract soldiers and conscripts, follows from those submitted to the State Duma amendments

A group of articles on non-execution of the state defense order and violation of the terms of the state contract (articles 201.2, 201.3, 285.5, 285.6 of the Criminal Code). For violation of the terms of the state contract under the state defense order, a term of up to ten years may be threatened, and for the refusal or evasion of a person punished for failure to fulfill the requirements under the contract (part 1 or 2 of article 7.29) from concluding a state contract, up to eight years of restriction of freedom may threaten.

“A person who has committed a crime under the first part of this article shall be released from criminal liability if he voluntarily eliminated the violation of the terms of the state contract for the state defense order or the terms of the contract concluded for the purpose of fulfilling the state defense order,” — said in the draft.

In Russia, there are separate federal laws “on mobilization training and mobilization”; (N 31-FZ) and “on martial law” (N 1-FKZ).

Mobilization can be announced both before the introduction of martial law, and when martial law is introduced. It can be general or partial. Citizens who are in the reserve, but who do not have the right to a deferment, are subject to conscription.

The reason for the introduction of martial law are:

  • the invasion of a foreign state into the territory of Russia, the occupation of any parts of it;
  • bombardment by foreign armed forces of the territory of Russia;
  • blockade of ports or coasts of Russia;
  • an attack by the armed forces of a foreign state on the Russian Armed Forces, regardless of their location;
  • the actions of a foreign state that allows another state to use its territory to commit an act of aggression against Russia;
  • the sending of armed forces by a foreign state gangs, groups, irregular forces and mercenaries to carry out aggression against Russia.

Russia has been conducting a special military operation in Ukraine since February 24. After it began, foreign media, including the Guardian and the Independent, citing sources, repeatedly reported on the plans of the Russian authorities to announce mobilization.

Reports of mobilization and proposals that it is necessary for a special military operation have been repeatedly refuted by the Kremlin and the Ministry of Defense. Back in July, the Ministry of Defense emphasized that only a part of the Russian Armed Forces was involved in the military operation in Ukraine, “the number of which is quite sufficient to fulfill all the tasks set by the Supreme Commander-in-Chief.”

September 12, after the Ministry of Defense reported a “regrouping” in the Kharkiv direction, the presidential press secretary Dmitry Peskov, commenting on the questions of journalists about whether Russia now had enough military personnel to conduct a special operation and whether there were any plans for general mobilization, recommended contacting the Ministry of Defense. A day later, he said that mobilization was not planned in Russia.

In turn, the head of Chechnya, Ramzan Kadyrov, had previously called for “self-mobilization”; in Russian regions. He suggested that each region muster 1,000 volunteers. According to him, governors should not wait for the Kremlin to declare martial law or “sit out waiting for the end” special operations in Ukraine. Assistance to the state from the regions should not be expressed in verbal speeches or car races, but in concrete actions, the head of Chechnya believes.

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Turkish Ziraat Bank announced the continuation of servicing Mir cards

After the US Treasury warned about the risk of secondary sanctions for cooperation with the NSPK, Turkish Isbank and Denizbank stopped servicing Mir cards. The largest Ziraat Bank reported that they did not stop accepting Russian cards max-width: 320px) and (-webkit-min-device-pixel-ratio: 2), (max-width: 320px) and (min-resolution: 192dpi)” >

Turkish Ziraat Bank announced the continuation of servicing Mir cards

The largest Turkish bank Ziraat Bank continues to service Russian Mir cards, RIA Novosti reported. in a credit institution.

“Yes, you can use this card,” — the representative of the bank confirmed to the agency.

He also noted that there were no complaints from Russian citizens in connection with the use of the card on the situation on Monday morning.

On September 19, two large Turkish private banks— Isbank and Denizbank stopped servicing Russian Mir cards. Isbank said that they made a decision after the statement of the US Treasury regarding the cooperation of financial organizations with the Mir payment system; and suspended operations. Denizbank did not give a specific reason.

A week earlier, the US Treasury Department indicated that financial institutions that enter into new or expand existing agreements with the NSPK “at the risk of supporting Russia's efforts to circumvent US sanctions.” At the same time, the Mir card operator itself not under US sanctions. Experts interviewed by RBC said that Turkish banks would take the risk of sanctions seriously due to cooperation with the Mir payment system.

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Sanctions against the Russian payment system were not ruled out in the European Union either. Such a decision can be made by Brussels if Russia does not stop the military operation in Ukraine, said the representative of the head of European diplomacy, Josep Borrell, Peter Stano.

The press service of the Mir payment system told RBC that the situation with the acceptance and maintenance of their cards in each country depends on the position of banks. “Foreign partners themselves decide to open the infrastructure for accepting Mir cards, their acceptance and service in a particular country will depend on the position of the credit institutions themselves,” — noted in the message.

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The DPR proposed to conduct electronic voting in the referendum

The Public Chamber urged to organize a referendum as soon as possible. Its head Alexander Kofman advocated electronic voting for citizens who live in Russia or are located in the part of the region controlled by Kyiv

The Public Chamber of the DPR will take the initiative to organize electronic voting in the referendum on joining Russia. About this on the air of the channel “Russia 1” said the head of the Chamber Alexander Kofman.

He explained that there are two options for citizens of the DPR who now live in Russia: vote at the embassy in Moscow or do it remotely. Residents of that part of the Donetsk region, which is now under the control of Ukraine, should also be able to vote, Kofman added. “They will not be able to get into our territory to vote, or else go to Russia,” — he explained.

According to him, in order to hold referendums on the “liberated” territory of the republics of Donbass, everything is ready. “Now it remains only to finalize all these processes <…> and decide on a date»— said the head of the chamber.

The day before, the Public Chamber prepared an open appeal to the head of the DPR, Denis Pushilin, with an initiative to hold a referendum. “It's time to erase the non-existent border between our states, as it has long been erased in our hearts, and hold a referendum on the issue of joining the Donetsk People's Republic into the Russian Federation,” & mdash; says the message.

Earlier, the Civic Chamber of the LPR came up with the same initiative. Pushilin then invited the head of this republic, Leonid Pasechnik, to start joint preparations for the vote.

Russia recognized the independence of the DPR and LPR on February 21, and on February 24 launched a special operation to “demilitarize and denazify Ukraine.” and protecting the people of Donbass from the “genocide of the Kyiv regime.” After that, the authorities of the republics announced their intention to become part of Russia.

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The dates of the referendums have not yet been set. RBC sources reported that the Kremlin expects to vote by the end of autumn in the DPR and LPR, as well as in the Kherson region and the Russian-controlled parts of the Zaporozhye and Kharkiv regions. Secretary of the General Council of “United Russia” Andriy Turchak said that it would be symbolic to hold referendums on November 4 & mdash; on National Unity Day.

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Lukashenka ruled out a “stab in the back” on Russian troops through Belarus

Lukashenka asked to report to him about the situation on the border with Ukraine and asked how things were going with the cover of the northwestern borders. According to the President, “there are real threats” from Lithuania

Belarus will not allow a “stab in the back” the Russian army through its territory, President of the Republic Alexander Lukashenko said at a meeting with the State Secretary of the Security Council of Belarus Alexander Volfovich. on the side, from the flanks of the Russian troops should not be. And it won't. This is our obligation to our ally, — said Lukashenka (quote from BelTA).

He also asked Volfovich to briefly report on the situation on the southern border of Belarus, noting that he instructed him and the Ministry of Defense “taking into account our experience since the beginning of Russia's special military operation in Ukraine, to work out in practice our actions on the border with Ukraine.”

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«We had some experience of counteraction there, including the creation of battalion tactical groups, covering the border. What is the situation now and how are we going to act there?»— asked the President of Belarus.

He asked the same question about covering the northwestern border. “Where there are real threats. Necessarily. This is the main thing for our army. Again, there is no need to reproach us that we are going to fight there in Ukraine and so on. We need to protect our Fatherland,»,— Lukashenka said.

In the northwest, Belarus borders on Lithuania, in the west— with Poland, and in the north— with Latvia.

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Putin said that the EU did not respond to the proposal to transfer fertilizers

Putin: The EU did not respond to the proposal to transfer 300 thousand tons of fertilizers to poor countries for free media=”(max-width: 320px) and (-webkit-min-device-pixel-ratio: 2), (max-width: 320px) and (min-resolution: 192dpi)” >

Putin said that the EU did not respond to the proposal to transfer fertilizers

The European Union has not yet responded to the Russian offer to transfer 300,000 fertilizers, blocked in the EU countries, to needy countries free of charge. This was stated by President Vladimir Putin at the ceremony of receiving credentials from the ambassadors, the broadcast was conducted by the Rossiya-24 TV channel.

countries in need blocked in European ports due to sanctions 300 thousand tons of Russian fertilizers still remain unanswered,— said the head of state.

He continued: “Well, it’s clear: they don’t want to let our companies earn money. But we want to give away for free! Give at least free to needy countries. No, and there's nothing to it. No answer».

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Media: Kazakhstan began to detain Russian trucks with goods from the EU

“Izvestia” found out the details of the detention of 8 motorways to Russia by Astana.

The media has learned that heavy trucks carrying goods from the EU countries to Russia are being detained in Kazakhstan.

According to Izvestia, about eight road trains are already being detained in the neighboring country for an indefinite period.

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The media, citing the Association of International Road Carriers, reports that so far the number of cases has not reached a dozen, but the reasons for their retention are not indicated.

Vehicles are located in parking lots for violators of traffic rules, where storage is expensive. Also, road trains are delayed at the terminals at the local customs. A number of them, as ASMAP points out, were simply stopped on the road.

At the same time, the documents were confiscated from the drivers, and therefore they cannot leave Kazakhstan.

“News” specify that all road trains delivered goods to Russia from Europe, through Belarus and Kazakhstan.

The Ministry of Transport of the Russian Federation noted that the country's authorities imposed requirements on Russians that cannot be recognized as legal.

According to the department, Astana requires drivers to provide documents for goods that were issued not to Russian carriers, but to their predecessors – European companies that transported goods across the EU to Belarus or the Russian Federation. However, the problem is that the companies do not transfer documents to each other.

Illegality, according to the Ministry of Transport, lies in the fact that the new rule of Kazakhstan itself violates the Agreement on International Road Transport. The agency demands to release the drivers, return their documents and not impose fines.

Due to the current situation, ASMAP recommends that Russian carriers refrain from transit for a while.

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“The black lion can come in”: Manturov urged the Russians to change their mentality and appreciate the meat from the fly larvae

The head of the Ministry of Industry and Trade assessed the need to change the taste preferences of Russians.

Head of the Ministry of Industry and Trade of the Russian Federation Denis Manturov believes that Russia should develop meat production from “alternative” sources.

According to RBC, at the session of the Innofood exhibition in Sochi, the official announced the need to change the mentality of the Russians.

For example, Manturov does not see anything wrong with including fly larvae protein in the diet “the black lion”.

He believes that if other countries of the world use it in food, then the Russians need to “work with their mentality”, and go “ in step with the times”.

“The black lion can” enter. But we need to try,” said the head of the trade department.

The head of the Ministry of Industry and Trade added that a person can adapt to everything.

The official was prompted by the burgers presented at the exhibition with alternative meat cutlet.

The presented product included a concentrate of the same black soldier fly flies, as well as vegetables and aquafabs.

According to Manturov, at the “Innoprom&#8221 exhibition ; he tried vegetable meat twice and could not distinguish it from natural meat.

As the official noted, the use of vegetable raw materials instead of animal protein is a global trend, which Russian producers are fully consistent with. However, consumers are still being cautious.

Earlier, Topnews wrote that the Ministry of Industry and Trade announced that the retailer Wildberries is becoming a distributor of counterfeit goods.

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