Russian President Vladimir Putin supported the proposal to introduce public holidays from 30 October to 7 November. He stressed that vaccination in Russia remains low. At the same time, the incidence in the country is growing. Putin noted that non-working days could be extended beyond November 7 if needed.
At the same time, the leaders of the regions have the right to introduce non-working days without waiting for 30 October. They can do it from October 23, they already have all the necessary powers.
We need to expand the scope of testing. This will allow early isolation of the infected. It is not possible to “embellish” the situation. Real statistics show this. If there are many cases of coronavirus detected in this area, then this indicates an effective identification of vectors of infection.
It is important to reduce the peak of the new wave of the epidemic. Therefore, Russians should take sick leave if there is a relative at home who is ill with coronavirus. “I urge citizens to actively vaccinate, we are talking about your safety,” said the head of state.
Putin also asked the government to provide personnel support to Russian regions where the coronavirus situation is difficult to develop.
Russian businessman Oleg Deripaska commented on the search in the homes of his relatives in New York. He described the actions of the American authorities as “outrageous nonsense”. He noted the tenacity of the US establishment in enforcing the myth of Russia's interference in the 2016 US election.
According to Deripaska, Donald Trump did not win himself – it helped him in Washington because US voters were ready to vote for anyone. The businessman noted that the US authorities can feed voters stories about terrible Russians for decades, but sooner or later they will have to stop.
Deripaska reminded that the US external debt is already $ 30 trillion. The country has been losing nuclear technology in the energy sector for a long time, which means that it will continue to use coal and gas and pollute the environment. According to him, Europe no longer wants to freeze because of “NATO's horror stories,” the businessman said. He regretted that, thanks to the “obscurants from the US military-industrial complex” and some analysts whose fault the US national debt had reached such proportions, “the parade of absurdity was continuing.” Oleg Deripaska
American journalist Hadley Gamble “Hosted by Russian Energy Week, he used seven flirting techniques against Russian President Vladimir Putin,” Darren Stanton, a body language expert, told the Daily Mail. It is worth noting that Gamble on Russian television has been accused of flirting with the president to distract. Putin himself said that Gamble does not listen to him until the end.
Stanton listed the classic seduction techniques that an American journalist used at an important event. These include touching one's own hair, sweeping the movements of the legs while sitting, dilated pupils, showing interest in a partner. However, Stanton can't say for sure if it was all part of a carefully planned tactic and if the journalist was all & nbsp; improvised and honestly.
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It is worth noting that many readers in the Anglo-Saxon world were dissatisfied with Gamble's behavior. “She made herself a complete fool, how embarrassing,” “She should be ashamed,” “Very unprofessional behavior,” they write.
Recall that during the interview, Putin praised the American and called “nbsp” “ & # 39; & # 39; her & nbsp; beautiful woman, & # 39; & # 39; but he immediately asked to listen to him to the end. And Gamble herself paid off the debt to Putin and told him she looked great. & # 39; & # 39;
The requests were sent in accordance with Article 453 of the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation and on the basis of the provisions of international treaties
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Russia has asked a number of countries to help investigate the genocide of Soviet nations during World War II. Corresponding questions were sent to Germany, Canada, Latvia, Poland, Estonia and also to the USA. Deputy Prosecutor General of the Russian Federation Andrei Ivanov told reporters about this.
According to him, information about the investigation has already been provided by a number of countries. The Prosecutor General's Office has organized interaction with the competent authorities.
The requests were sent in accordance with Article 453 of the Criminal Procedure Code of the Russian Federation and on the basis of the provisions of international treaties, Ivanov explained.
On the eve of the Prosecutor General of the Russian Federation Igor Krasnov said that a bill is being prepared in Russia, which normatively sets out the concept of “Nazism”, “Fascism” and “Genocide” by the peoples of the Soviet Union. “P>
Representative of the Board of Governors Lyudmila Buimister said on social media that in connection with the crisis in the energy sector, Ukraine is “led” to a direct conflict over gas supplies with Gazprom, which is “bringing the country to its knees.”
The Member emphasized that he had always taken a different stance from party members. She was recently expelled from the People's Servant faction.
“The moment I started to make it clear how we were brought to our knees in front of Moscow, I ran out of patience,” she said.
According to her, the expulsion from the party followed after she started talking about “leading” Ukraine to a direct conflict with Gazprom.
US strategic bombers flew over the Black Sea. This happened during the visit of the US Secretary of Defense Lloyd Austin to Ukraine.
Two B-1 (Lancer) bombers conducted a mission against naval weapons in integration with NATO allies and partners, the US airline Force said in a statement.
The bombers took off from a US base in Fairford, UK. Before the flight over the Black Sea, they performed air refueling. Austin is visiting Ukraine, Georgia and Romania.
Previously, American bombers flew near the Kaliningrad region. They developed an interaction with American and Lithuanian shooters on simulated ground targets. After the flight, she refueled at the German air base Spangdahl and then returned to Great Britain.
Defense Press Command The United Kingdom published a statement by General Nicholas Carter during the Center for New American Security, in which he noted a growing threat to the kingdom from Russia.
According to the general, after the collapse of the USSR and the collapse of the bipolar world system, the era of the unipolar world has come. During this period, the attention of the world community was focused on the fight against terrorism.
“But now comes a time of multipolarity, constant competition, where the role of powers such as Russia and China, which pose a serious threat, is growing … and chronic system calls,” Carter said.
Russian Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Maria Zakharova on her Telegram channel compared the words of the British Chief of Defense Nicholas Carter that Russia poses a “critical threat” and a “chronic challenge”, with quotes from an interview with a psychologist.
According to her, this statement was just “into the microphone”. The diplomat emphasized that it was the ideology of NATO and various tripartite alliances that was leading to disagreements in regional security.
“And third, it is historically difficult to find a more authoritative player than Britain,” Zakharova wrote. P>
Earlier, the head of the British Defense Staff described Russia as a “critical threat”.
US Secretary of State Anthony Blinken in an interview with journalists after talks with Ecuadorian Minister of Foreign Affairs and Migration Mauritius Montalvo, he accused Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro of violating the interests of his people.
“It is regrettable that the Madura regime refused to take part in negotiations with the opposition in Mexico. “; Blinken said.
In his opinion, this fact suggests that “Maduro puts its own interests above the interests … of all the people of Venezuela. “
Administrator Nicholas Carter of the British Defense Command said that Russia was a “critical threat” to his country. During his speech in Washington at the Center for New American Security, he spoke about his vision of the world's power centers.
According to Carter, when he began military service, the world was bipolar, replaced by an era of monopolar peace, and at that time the emphasis on defense shifted to the fight against terrorism.
“We are now entering a multipolar world,” Carter said, adding that new conditions and competition between the strongest powers had increased.
He independently noted Russia “, which in our view poses a critical threat”, as well as China, and calls it a “chronic systemic challenge.” “
Among other things, Carter drew attention to the development of new submarines in Moscow, which he said forced London to respond to emerging threats and” take a detention course “in the North Atlantic.