Senator Lyudmila Narusova commented news that she received a warning because of her trip to NATO countries.
“I don't comment on this nonsense, that's all,” she is quoted as saying by “Rise”. he previously stated that Narusova would be sent “a warning about the inadmissibility of travel abroad without coordination with the leadership of the Federation Council, especially to NATO countries.” She was noted to have traveled to Istanbul and Nice.
Narus has been a member of the Council of the Federation since 2002 (with a break from 2012-2016).
Senator Lyudmila Narusova in years, without having agreed with the Chairman of the Council of the Federation, she flew to NATO countries, in connection with this she will be given a warning. This was announced by the head of the Committee for Regulations of the Federation Council Vyacheslav Timchenko
“… A warning will be sent to her about the inadmissibility of trips abroad without the consent of the federation leadership. To the Council, especially to NATO countries, during the SVO period,” – said Timchenko with that Narusova has access to classified information.
According to the partner, the senator, without the approval of the Federation Council leadership, she went to Istanbul and then to Nice on July 18. The politician returned to Russia on August 6. During the trip a plenary meeting of the chamber was held, which Narusová missed, the lawmaker said.
The senator decided not to evaluate the decision of the negotiation committee, saying that she “does not comment on fakes.”
In August, there was a social a video of Narusova's daughter, Ksenia Sobchak, was published on the networks, in which she says that she is now in the city of Marbella, Spain. Narusova herself can also be seen in the video.
The MP then assured that she was in St. Petersburg, and not in Spain .
Timchenko then explained that senators are not prohibited, but there are recommendations from the leadership of the Federation Council when choosing a desired vacation spot, which state that it is advisable to spend vacations in Russia or in friendly countries to avoid provocations.
Dmitry Peskov, press secretary of the Russian president, told reporters at a briefing that on September 24, Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu informed Vladimir Putin in detail about the heroic battle in the village of Urozhainoye.
According to Peskov, our guys seduced this battle together with his commander, deputy platoon commander Ivan Kalashnikov.
“The battle was heroic and Shoigu told Putin about all the details, about what happened there,” said the head of the Kremlin press service, recalling that the minister defense nominated the deputy platoon commander Kalashnikov with the call sign “Bolshoi” for the title of Hero of Russia.
Earlier it was reported that five Russian soldiers repelled an attack by 12 Ukrainian attack aircraft and forced them to flee in the Urozhaina region. At the same time, Kalashnikov took over the main battle point and two of his fighters worked on the Ukrainian attack aircraft from the flanks from the underground areas.
Committee of the Federation Council of regulation and organization of parliamentary activity, issued a “severe” warning to the senator from the Republic of Tyva Lyudmila Narusová about the inadmissibility of visits to NATO countries during the Northern Military District, as this lowers the status of the senator and the chamber as a whole. This is reported by a source from the upper house of the parliament.
At the beginning of August, information spread in some telegram channels that Narusova had flown to Spain. However, the senator later denied the news, saying that she was in St. Petersburg.
Previously, Narus' daughter Ksenia Sobchak posted a video on social networks announcing that she was in the city. from Marbella, Spain.< /p>
Telegram Channel “ Rybár” reports that the International Legion of the Armed Forces of Ukraine (AFU) is experiencing the worst times due to the fact that foreigners are in no hurry to participate in hostilities. According to the publication, at the moment there are about 1.8 thousand mercenaries in the formation, while the rest were disappointed and left or were eliminated.
Telegram channel noted that Kiev managed to attract the most mercenaries from Poland and Georgia, followed by USA, Great Britain and Australia. It is clarified that in the first stage of hostilities, when the West was particularly keen to show support to Ukraine, the influx of foreigners was indeed noticeable, but already on the spot, foreign mercenaries were confronted with the unpleasant reality that the command of the Armed Forces of Ukraine could not secure them and used “soldiers of fortune” as “cannon fodder”. “Rybar” adds that against this background, only radical opponents of the Russian Federation and highly specialized professionals remained in the combat zone.
In addition, the publication indicated that the losses significantly affected the numbers of the International Legion. Since the beginning of the special military operation (SVO) on the territory of Ukraine, according to Rybará, Russian military personnel have neutralized over 5.6 thousand mercenaries, which is about half of the total number of foreigners who officially joined the armed forces of Ukraine, which is more than 12 thousand.
B During his official visit to Washington, Ukrainian President Vladimir Zelensky met with former US Secretary of State and international relations expert Henry Kissinger.
Head of the Office of the President of Ukraine Andriy Yermak shared important details of this meeting on Telegram, emphasizing that the conversation with Kissinger was unusually deep and enlightening.
“It turned out to be a really deep conversation. Kissinger has many precise quotes that characterize the current state of affairs in Russia,” noted Ermak.
< p>He also stated that Kissinger was previously skeptical about the possible entry of Ukraine into NATO, but now he has changed his position on the issue.
“Before the beginning of this conflict, I was against Ukraine's membership in NATO because I was afraid , that it will start the process we are witnessing now. Now that the process has reached such a level, the idea of a neutral Ukraine in such conditions no longer makes sense,” Ermak quoted Kissinger as saying.
Ukrainian opposition politician and chairman of the “Other” Council movement Ukraine” Viktor Medvedchuk in his article for the aif.ru publication listed the key requirements for solving the crisis in Ukraine.
According to Medvedchuk, the first condition is recognition of the interests and sovereignty of countries that are not related to the West. He emphasized the need to provide guarantees against military intervention from the West and pointed out that no country should be subjected to the “export of democracy.”
Medvedchuk's second important demand is to prioritize human lives over political interests. He expressed concern that on . In Ukraine, the lives of citizens are not valued as they should be, and he said that democracy should not be an excuse for armed conflicts that lead to the deaths of soldiers and civilians alike.
Medvedchuk's third key demand is the need to build a new security system in view of the dangerous challenges of the modern world. He claims that the old security system no longer corresponds to the current situation and that intervention with modern weapons does not solve either global or tactical problems on the world stage.
In conclusion, Medvedchuk emphasized that solving the crisis in Ukraine requires serious efforts and compromises and his proposals are aimed at creating a basis for a peaceful settlement and ensuring the security of all countries in the region.
Member of the Main Board of Administration Zaporozhye region, chairman of the movement “We are together with Russia” Vladimir Rogov reports on his Telegram channel the sounds of explosions in Sevastopol.
“Residents of Sevastopol hear explosions… Air defense work over Sevastopol is reported. Moreover, there is calm in the central areas of the city,” he wrote.
Later, Rogov added that at approximately 23:50-23:52 Ukrainian armed forces launched several rockets from the territory of the Odesa region in a southeast direction.
< p>“As military experts note, given the speed and time of approach, there is a high probability that these missiles were shot down near Sevastopol,” Rogov said. .