Su-25 pilot killed in Rostov region

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Su-25 attack aircraft

The Su-25 attack aircraft crashed in the Rostov region during a planned training flight, reported &laquo ;RIA Novosti» with reference to the press service of the Southern Military District.

“The pilot died. The flight was carried out without ammunition, the plane crashed in a deserted place, there is no destruction on the ground, — The military district said in a statement.

According to preliminary data, the crash of the Su-25 occurred due to a technical malfunction, according to the Southern Military District. A commission of the Aerospace Forces is working at the crash site.

According to Izvestia, the attack aircraft flew at an ultra-low altitude. The plane could have hit a power line due to a pilot error, Baza Telegram channel writes. Similar information was reported by the portal: according to its data, the plane was flying at low altitude, which is why it crashed into power lines, the accident occurred in the Chertkovsky district near the border with Ukraine. The attack aircraft caught fire in the air, the pilot received severe burns and died, writes the portal.

At the end of last week, on the morning of June 17, another Su-25 attack aircraft crashed in the Belgorod region. The pilot ejected and survived, nothing threatened his health, the press service of the Western Military District reported. The aircraft was also on a training flight.

The ZVO admitted that a technical malfunction could have caused the crash.

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Kadyrov answered “very smart” about his attitude towards the people of Kazakhstan

The head of Chechnya, in response to the reproaches of “short-sighted bloggers”, said that he does not allow himself or others to speak badly about the Kazakhs, as well as about other peoples of the former USSR, but reserves the right to criticize the policies of these countries

Ramzan Kadyrov

Head of the Chechen Republic Ramzan Kadyrov said that he does not allow himself or others to speak badly about the Kazakhs. He wrote about this in Telegram. This is how Kadyrov responded to “short-sighted bloggers” who, in his opinion, take phrases out of context and “try to skim off all the cream of the 'hype'” with the prefix “Kadyrov declared”.

“And now, someone very smart for some reason suddenly decided that I somehow had something against the Kazakh people, and other very smart people followed this very smart one,— he remarked.— In my video message, I emphasized that we are talking about politics, about the CSTO, about the political position of the state, and not the people.

Kadyrov, in a video recording dated June 18, addressed the countries of the Collective Security Treaty Organization (CSTO) with a question why they pass over the situation around Ukraine in silence. In his opinion, this organization is useless for Russia.

“Here is the CSTO organization, in my opinion. This organization is of no use to Russia, and Russia helps everyone. Here, the so-called European leaders come to Putin, talk on the phone, do everything to somehow do something,— they protect the interests of Ukraine and are themselves accomplices. And you, in the CSTO, for some reason are silent, — noted the head of Chechnya, linking the unwillingness of the CSTO states to express their opinion openly with the fear of Western sanctions.

He called on the countries to speak out, expressing confidence that they would not get anything for it. Russia, helping its allies, was not afraid of sanctions.

“When there was a war between Armenia and Azerbaijan, Putin played a key role [in the settlement]. When Kazakhstan began to lose sovereignty, who helped? Russia»,— continued Kadyrov. In addition to Russia, the CSTO includes Armenia, Belarus, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan and Tajikistan.

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The head of Chechnya replied to this: “I will never allow myself or anyone else to say something bad about the Kazakhs, who shared the last piece with the Chechens in 1944 bread". The same applies to other peoples of the former USSR, he said in Telegram.

At the same time, Kadyrov reserved the right to criticize the policies of countries. “And I always say exactly what I think,” & mdash; he summarized his thought.

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The Ministry of Agriculture will not include Coca-Cola in the list of parallel imports


The press service of the Ministry of Agriculture of the Russian Federation denied the words of Boris Titov, authorized under the President of the Russian Federation for the protection of the rights of entrepreneurs, about that Coca-Cola products can be imported to Russia thanks to the parallel import mechanism.

The department stressed that these products will not be included in the list of parallel imports.

"Ministry of Agriculture The Russian Federation is not considering the possibility of adding drinks under the Coca-Cola brand to the list of goods subject to parallel imports,” the ministry said in a statement.


Slovenia handed over to Ukraine 35 BMP M-80 made in Yugoslavia

A train with 35 Yugoslav-made M-80A infantry fighting vehicles arrived in Ukraine, donated by Slovenia as military aid. The combat vehicles were removed from the storage of the Slovenian army. The M80A is armed with a 20mm automatic cannon and 9M14 Malyutka ATGM.

Visually, the M-80 resembles the BMP-1, but it has a major difference. Yugoslav designers considered the 73 mm Grom gun not a very effective weapon, so it was replaced on the M-80 with the 20 mm M-55 automatic gun. It can rise up to 75 degrees and fall down to -5 degrees. The firing range is 2 km for ground targets, and 1.5 km for air targets. Its armor-piercing projectile penetrates 20-30 mm of armor at a distance of up to 800 m. However, the lack of stabilization in this weapon makes it possible to conduct aimed fire only during a stop.


The destruction of the Baltic economies is expected in the Kaliningrad region

experiments” will entail retaliatory measures from the Russian Federation.

According to the head of the region, Russia, “surrendering”, is capable of destroying many sectors of the economy not only in Lithuania, but also in the rest of the Baltic countries.

“Potential solutions can be completely different,” Alikhanov said.



Prime Minister of Poland announced the desire of a number of European countries to defeat Ukraine

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Polish Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki, at a meeting with the diplomatic corps, made a number of statements regarding the situation around Ukraine.

He called Russia a “wounded bear” and noted that some considered it too early to consider it defeated in a clash in Ukraine .

“This is a powerful state with great potential,” Morawiecki emphasized, adding that Russia used only part of this potential in the special operation.

At the same time, Morawiecki drew attention to the fact that in European solidarity cracks appeared on the issue of Ukraine.

“There are countries that would rather support Ukraine in laying down its arms, and not in strengthening its defense potential,” the head of the Polish government admitted.


Patrushev promised a response to Vilnius, which will seriously affect the citizens of Lithuania

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Secretary of the Security Council of the Russian Federation Nikolai Patrushev at a meeting in Kaliningrad promised that Moscow would give an answer to the decision in the near future Vilnius to ban the transit of goods subject to EU sanctions to the Kaliningrad region.

Patrushev called this decision “a blockade at the suggestion of Western countries”, which was introduced in violation of the norms and principles of international law. He noted that this example proves that neither written nor oral statements of the West can be trusted. The Secretary of the Security Council of the Russian Federation stressed that Russia would certainly respond to such “hostile actions”.

Relevant measures, he added, are now being developed in an interdepartmental format and will be taken in the near future.

“Their consequences will have a serious negative impact on the population of Lithuania,” Patrushev stressed.


Putin announced another series of tests for Russia

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Russian President Vladimir Putin spoke today to graduates of military universities in the Kremlin.

He noted that the country is now going through another series of trials.

“Yes, there are restrictions, but they are and will be overcome in the civil sector,” the head of state emphasized.

The Russian leader also drew the attention of the audience that there has never been a time in history when we felt that there was no need to do anything.

“The country has always gone through trials,” the President noted once again.


Russia responded with a missile strike to the attack on oil platforms

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The Russian Ministry of Defense, in a published summary, reports how the Russian military responded to Ukrainian attacks with anti-ship missiles and Bayraktars on the BK-1 and Krym-1 gas production platforms.

“In response to the sabotage of the Kyiv regime with Onyx cruise missiles, hangars with Bayraktar-TB2 were destroyed at the Shkolny military airfield near Odessa,” the document says.

It is also noted that two artillery platoons of 155-mm M-777 howitzers on Kubansky Island.

In addition, Russian pilots bombed the positions of two S-300 launchers near Ochakov and Tuzla in the Odessa region.

In the document it is emphasized that the Ukrainian troops went on an adventure with a strike on oil platforms when they were unable to land troops on the island of Serpents.


Korotchenko urged not to think that everything will end: “Everything is just beginning”

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Igor Korotchenko, editor-in-chief of the National Defense magazine, urged not to trust the information of the American newspaper LA Times, which reported that French President Emmanuel Macron, German Chancellor Olaf Scholz and Italian Prime Minister Mario Draghi, who arrived in Kyiv, refused to urgently supply weapons to Ukrainian leader Vladimir Zelensky . At the same time, the expert named the approximate date when Western military assistance to Ukraine will run out.

Korotchenko urged not to engage in pacification and noted that the visit of these European politicians was most likely due to a desire to discuss just the continuation of military supplies.

“Europe will continue to implement the entire package of military assistance to the Kyiv regime,” the journalist said, recalling that Europe is an active military and political enemy of Russia, FAN reports.

At the same time, Korotchenko explained that European countries can provide assistance to Ukraine only to the extent that it can be done relatively painlessly or with minimal losses for themselves.

“At some stage, obviously, in Europe will run out of resources and opportunities for such support,” the expert said.

Korotchenko added that most likely the support will continue until autumn.

At the same time, he drew attention to the fact that the issue of military assistance still very much depends on the actions of the Russian military in the framework of the special operation. The more success the RF Armed Forces have, the more likely it is that Europe will begin to cut arms supplies to Kyiv. But in the near future, one should not expect that the EU will value any kind of relationship with Russia.

As the editor-in-chief of National Defense said, now Russia's relations with the EU have been severed “for 30 years”.

“Don't think that everything will end – nothing will end, everything is just beginning There will be no restoration of relations between Russia and Europe,” he stressed.


From Ukraine they will reach Voronezh: Poland will strengthen the American MLRS

What is the danger of the appearance of US and British rocket systems in Kyiv

The US and the UK have promised Kyiv powerful multiple launch rocket systems (MLRS) M142 HIMARS and M270 MLRS. So far, these systems have not reached Ukraine, but American and British instructors are already preparing calculations for them. The electronic edition “Army Standard” told about the danger of this weapon.


American MLRS M142 HIMARS (High Mobility Artillery Rocket System) are equipped with 240-mm M30 guided missiles. Range – 72 km. The British M270 MLRS (Multiple Launch Rocket System) hits M31A1 guided missiles at a distance of 80 km.

It is expected that for now Kyiv will receive 4 MLRS of each type. Not so much, given that by the beginning of 2022, the Armed Forces of Ukraine had up to 500 Soviet installations “Grad”, “Hurricane”, “Smerch”, as well as their Ukrainian clones “Bastion”, “Typhoon” and “Verba”.

But the main danger of the same American MLRS is their versatility. It is enough to replace one launch module and put another in its place – and instead of the MLRS, you get an army tactical missile system ATACMS (Army TACtical Missile System). He has much more range. The missiles are capable of hitting targets at a range of 165-310 km, and according to some sources, up to 500 km.

In practice, this means, for example, that the Block 1A missile flies 310 km, that is, it is possible, by launching a missile from near Odessa, to reach Sevastopol, and from the territory of the Sumy region, to shell Belgorod, Voronezh, Kaluga, Kursk and Orel.

Yes, the United States and Great Britain have not yet openly declared that they will supply long-range missiles to Kyiv, they will limit themselves to only MLRS. On the other hand, they seem to have come up with the following move: supply missiles to Poland, and Poland will hand them over to Kyiv. At the very least, Warsaw has stated that it is ready to buy 500 M142 HIMARS launchers from the United States for more than 80 batteries.

How long-range systems can be used by the Armed Forces of Ukraine can already be seen: they are shelling villages in the Belgorod region, drilling platforms in the Black Sea, they threaten the Crimean bridge.

According to the publication, in this situation, Russia has little choice of options to ensure the security of Russian territories. Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov told about one of them, who warned the US and NATO: “The more long-range you supply weapons, the farther we will move away from our territory the line beyond which neo-Nazis can threaten the Russian Federation.”


London sends ‘arrogant’ note to Russia on sentenced Britons

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Russian Ambassador to the UK Andrey Kelin said that London sent Russia a note written in “exceptionally arrogant, instructive terms” regarding British mercenaries who fought for Ukraine, were captured and were sentenced to death in the DPR.

“She does not make us want to cooperate on these issues,” Kelin said on the air of the Russia 24 TV channel, evaluating the note sent.

Recall that on June 9, a sentence was passed on subjects in Donetsk Great Britain Sean Pinner and Aiden Aslin, as well as Moroccan citizen Saadoun Brahim.


Greek general threatened to strike at Istanbul: experts assessed the threat of a military conflict

The rhetoric of the military is always much harsher

A sharp aggravation of Greek-Turkish relations adds a separate “fuel to the fire” of European tension. Retired Greek general Yannis Egolfopoulos called for nothing less than a missile attack on Istanbul and the destruction of the bridges between Europe and Asia located in this ancient city. And this is no longer just an “old dispute among themselves” of unloving neighbors. MK found out how real this threat is.

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As Balkan experts recalled, the immediate cause for the aggravation was given by Greece, which began to violate the demilitarized status of 12 small islands in the Aegean Sea. These islands were given to her as a result of the First World War, which was established by the Lausanne International Agreement of 1923, and then, after the Second World War, was enshrined in the Paris Agreement of 1947. But with the condition – “do not militarize”.

“Those agreements granted sovereignty to Greece. But Turkey calls for reconsidering this issue, recalling that the islands are closer to the Turkish coast by nautical miles, – said Yulia Kudryashova, Associate Professor of the Department of Economic Theory at MGIMO. – And the delivery of Greek weapons to these islands caused such a negative reaction from the side of the Turkish leadership. And Greece has this position: its sovereignty means it has the right. But there is even deeper ground: Turkey's gas exploration in the Mediterranean region. This causes great tension in Greece – and perhaps these are some moments of psychological pressure on Turkey. Perhaps Greece wants to put some “red flags” on the Turks.

The expert considers the threats of General Egolfopoulos to be frivolous. “The Turkish general has already answered him,” Kudryashova noted. “But both generals are retired — that is, this is a verbal skirmish.”

“The rhetoric of the military and near-military circles of Greece and Turkey is always much harsher than the rhetoric of representatives of civilian authorities,” recalled Yury Kvashnin, head of the Center for European Studies at IMEMO RAS. – Greece does not want to go to Turkish demands and declare the demilitarized status of these islands. There is nothing good in this rhetoric, but these are still not official statements of the governments, which are much more restrained.”

Noting that the Greek-Turkish negotiations have just now reached an impasse, “with difficulty resuming “at the beginning of 2021 and designed to resolve the multiple mutual claims of the two neighbors in the Aegean Sea, the expert identified a more general reason.

“These are generally favorable relations between Turkey and its NATO partners, as well as between Turkey and the EU, which it is not a member of, unlike Greece,” Kvashnin said. – And now about the possible entry into NATO of Finland and Sweden: Turkey “rested” because the Finns and Swedes are too loyal to the Kurds. And many, many other questions. Turkey is trying to win back all its strategic defeats since the fall of the Ottoman Empire.


Tokayev named an acceptable option for Ukraine

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President of Kazakhstan Kassym-Jomart Tokayev at the Qatar Economic Forum told what agreement he would regard as an acceptable solution to the current situation around Ukraine.

“If Ukraine is a non-nuclear state and does not join any military organizations” , Tokayev said.

He noted that he meant the agreement that was almost reached in Istanbul. According to him, he then spoke on the phone with Russian President Vladimir Putin and told him that this would be a good agreement.

Tokayev added that such a status for Ukraine would be acceptable to Russia and the entire international community.< /p>


Another US mercenary killed in Ukraine confirmed

The State Department urges US citizens not to travel to the territory of the special operation

The US State Department said that a second American citizen was killed in battles in Ukraine. We are talking about 52-year-old Steven Zabelski from Florida. In the meantime, two more mercenaries from the United States were reported to have been captured recently.


According to an obituary, Steven Zabelski, 52, was killed May 15 while fighting in Ukraine, according to NBC News.

The State Department confirmed that last month in combat in Ukraine killed a US citizen who became one of the thousands of foreign fighters who joined the Ukrainian forces.

The death of an American militant was first announced in an obituary published in The Recorder, an upstate New York newspaper, where the American killed was identified as Steven Zabelski, 52, of Hernando, Florida. He previously lived in Cranesville, New York, according to the newspaper.

According to the obituary, Zabelski was killed on May 15 during fighting in the village of Dorozhnyanka. The media reported that the American in the past was a soldier, and died on a mine.

A media obituary described Zabelski as someone who “enjoyed life to the fullest”. “He loved to hunt, fish and ride his Harley. Everyone who knew and loved him will miss Steve,” the statement said, which also indicated that he had worked in the construction industry for over thirty years.

The US Foreign Office confirmed his death in a statement. broadcast by NBC News. The department said that they had already contacted the Zabelski family and provided all possible consular assistance.

Zabelski's death comes about two weeks after the family of 22-year-old U.S. Marine veteran Willie Joseph Kansel said he was killed while fighting in Ukraine. According to the press, he was recruited by a private military company to participate in the Ukrainian conflict.

The government in Kyiv aggressively recruited Westerners with previous military experience into its International Legion for the Protection of Ukraine and sent many into battle, writes The Washington Post.

The news of Zabelski's death follows reports that two other Americans who joined the war went missing this month in Ukraine. Alexander J. Druke, 39, and Andy Tai Huing, 27, both from Alabama, were last seen near Kharkiv. It is assumed that they were taken prisoner. Druke is a former Army master sergeant who served in Iraq and Kuwait, and Huyin is a former Marine Corporal who served in the Pacific, according to a service record released by the Pentagon last week.

CNN also recently reported that the third American the State Department identified as missing in Ukraine is U.S. Marine Corps veteran Grady Kurpasi. The last time his wife and close friends heard about Kurpasi was in April.

Two British citizens and a Moroccan who fought on the side of Ukrainian forces were captured this month. A court in the DPR sentenced them to death.

U.S. officials have been trying for months to dissuade Americans from participating in the Ukraine conflict, citing security risks and the limited ability of the U.S. government to help when things go wrong. so. President Biden on Friday said emphatically that “Americans should not go to Ukraine now.”

Amid reports of the death of a second American mercenary, the State Department repeated warnings advising US citizens not to travel to Ukraine amid the conflict that began on February 24th. The State Department statement said that all US citizens who are still on Ukrainian territory should immediately leave this country.


Assessed the prospects of the Republican bid for the secession of Texas from the United States

Local separatism called 'polarization on steroids'

Texas Republicans at their convention this weekend called for a referendum to determine whether the state should “reclaim its status as an independent nation.” This is not the first time that some Texans are in favor of secession from the Lone Star State and the formation of an independent state. Let's try to figure out how great the Texas separatists' chances of success are this time.

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Texas Republicans want to secede from the US. Can they do it? “The federal government has violated our right to local self-government. Therefore, federal legislation that violates the rights of Texas under the 10th Amendment should be ignored, opposed, rejected and repealed, ”says the political platform approved by delegates to the Texas Republican party convention.

According to the Independent, calls for secession are nothing new in Texas. After all, this is a state that prides itself on its independence. But do separatists stand a chance in an age of heightened polarization?

Darrell M. West, director of governance research at the Brookings Institution, thinks that's unlikely to happen any time soon.

“There are people in Texas who don't like the direction the United States is headed on a wide range of issues, including immigration, gun control, climate change. But it's one thing to complain about the national government, and another to chart your own course,” he comments to the Independent. “Once they get into it, they will discover how difficult it is. Will Texas need to develop its own currency? Will he have his own army? Will people need a passport to travel from Texas to Oklahoma? And, of course, there is the question of whether the nation will really allow Texas to secede.”

The answer to the last of these questions was already given by the US Supreme Court more than 150 years ago, after several difficult decades that marked the state's youth. As the Independent recalls, Texas was part of Mexico until it gained independence in 1836. It was an independent nation for nine years before joining the United States. Then, in 1861, Texas seceded from the US in solidarity with the “fraternal slave states” and formed the Confederacy, which started the American Civil War.

Even before the end of the Civil War, the Supreme Court declared secession illegal. In Texas v. White of 1869, the court ruled that states could not secede unilaterally and nullified Texans' efforts to secede from the American federation. The state was reunited with the United States in 1870 at the end of the Civil War.

However, some Texans in the Republican-dominated state are holding out hope of choosing their own path again. According to Darrell West, these calls become louder when the White House is occupied by a Democrat. But today the national political atmosphere also plays a role.

“This is the logical culmination of political polarization. There has just been a sharp increase in our internal divisions, and people do not trust each other. Secession is essentially polarization on steroids,” says the expert.

“It just tells us what a perilous time we live in. Crazy ideas that used to be on the fringes are now on party platforms,” adds West.

Dreams of secession are not exclusive to Republicans. When Donald Trump was elected in 2016, the securely Democratic state of California also toyed with the idea of ​​secession—the so-called “Kaliaxite.”

Richard Kreitner, author of Break It Down: Secession, Division, and the Secret History of America's Imperfect Union ”, says that although the secession of any state seems a distant prospect today, this does not mean that it will never happen.

“It is quite expected that a party that has been deprived of power in its largest state will think about secession, as liberals did in the largest Democratic state (California) under Trump,” he says. “However, with each presidency, the flirtation with secession, so to speak, has come closer and closer to completion.”

Kreitner argues that the frequent calls for secession from both sides should cause some soul-searching in Americans.


In any case, according to Darrell West, it may soon be time for Democrats to think about leaving again. The next few years will likely mark a shift in power from Democrats to Republicans due to institutional imbalances in the Electoral College and the historic precedent of the midterm elections.

“It would actually be shortsighted for Texas to try to leave now, because By all indications, Republicans are poised to do well in 2022 and possibly even 2024. be at the head of the country. Other people may grow dissatisfied with conservative dominance,” West says.

For Kreitner, the “signal” from the Texas Republicans heralds more serious problems with the American political system: “It confirms what we all already know namely, that we have a completely non-functional political system, completely out of step with the challenges that our society faces, and that unless there is some kind of constitutional breakthrough that leads to a more intelligent top-to-bottom recycling, someone will eventually will decide that it is better for them to leave and go about their business.


The State Duma did not support the increase in the basic salary of teachers

The authors of the bill did not calculate how much money would be needed for this

The State Duma rejected a bill that proposed setting the basic salary of school teachers at a level of at least two minimum wages in the region. The authors – deputies from the Communist Party of the Russian Federation and the “SR” did not calculate how much it would cost, and if the base salary is increased without increasing the cost of education, then the differences in earnings between qualified and unskilled teachers will “collapse”, the Duma majority decided.

“They have been waiting for the promised for three years” – this is how Oleg Smolin (KPRF) began his speech on behalf of the authors: the bill was introduced back in 2018 by the Communists and the Right Russians, but the case has only just come to consideration. Mr. Smolin said that the proposal to establish a base salary for school teachers of at least two minimum wages in the region “is especially important for young teachers and the elderly, who are not always able to teach 30 or more lessons a week to earn more.” In most regions, there is a staff shortage in schools, he said, because in 53 regions, according to the ONF, every third teacher receives less than 15 thousand rubles, which is less than the national minimum wage (15,278 rubles a month since June 1). In 2019, the State Duma adopted a resolution stating that a teacher should receive at least the average salary in the region for one salary, but the situation is far from desirable. To get more, teachers work for one and a half – two rates. In addition, there is a very large discrepancy between the basic salaries of teachers between regions, the speaker emphasized.

The relevant Committee on Labor and Social Policy did not support this initiative. Mikhail Tarasenko (ER) explained why. The issues of wage growth in the public sector, teachers and doctors are a priority for the committee, and the increase in the base part of teachers' salaries is “welcomed by everyone,” but the mechanism proposed in the bill does not allow achieving the goals, he said. First of all, because “if you simply increase the base part without increasing the budget, this will lead to the collapse of the qualification differences between workers.” But the financial and economic justification for the bill states that no additional expenditures from the budget will be required …

The government did not support the bill precisely for this reason: it will require additional budget allocations, Mr. Tarasenko said, and the Accounts Chamber – also against. Trade unions supported the “ideology” of the bill, but they believe that if such rules are established only for teachers, this will lead to discrimination against other state employees. In addition, according to the co-rapporteur, the proposed mechanism does not fit into the Labor Code.

Mr. Tarasenko recalled that, in fact, in 2021, an experiment was planned in the healthcare system to switch to a new wage system in education, but did not start due to covid restrictions, then a similar experiment was supposed to begin in education … Only experimentally it is possible to determine how much additional funds will be required, he said. “It would take about 500 billion rubles a year to change the system of remuneration for doctors, I think the same money would be needed for teachers,” said Alexei Kurinny (KPRF).

Oleg Nilov (SR) asked why “the deputies get many times more than teachers and doctors”, and proposed to equate the salary of a deputy to the salary of teachers. The salary of the deputy of the State Duma, we note, has already exceeded 400 thousand rubles a month … Mr. Tarasenko, in response to the bold proposal of the right-wing Russian, suggested that he write and submit the corresponding bill himself.

The United Russia faction did not vote “for”, which decided the fate of the discussed initiative.


Sberbank and VTB canceled currency transfers to other Russian banks

Customers started complaining about the new restrictions.

Sberbank and VTB clients cannot transfer currency between Russian banks. The call center explains that the restrictions are related to the “current situation.”

According to RIA Novosti, consultants say that Sberbank cannot “guarantee that a currency transfer to another bank will go through with you.” Call centers advise converting money into rubles, and then transfer it.

Sberbank now only transfers in rubles – no one was able to orientate in terms. As soon as restrictions are eased, banks will resume currency transfers.

VTB has the same situation – currency transfers have been stopped. The call center also failed to give a date by which the option would be restored.

The state bank says they are looking for alternative channels for such transfers.

In the meantime, payments are available to Russians – VTB customers in Belarusian rubles, Kazakh tenge, Armenian drams, Azerbaijani manats.

Legal entities can also transfer in Vietnamese dongs. Under trade agreements, companies can transfer money in Chinese yuan and Indian rupees.

The press service of the Moscow Exchange, which includes the National Settlement Depository, stated that there is no information about restrictions on currency transfers between banks.< /p>

Earlier, the head of the Central Bank, Elvira Nabiullina, said that in the face of sanctions, banks in Russia should limit their foreign exchange position as much as possible. Banks will continue to reduce the volume of foreign exchange transactions, they may not even offer such products to customers.

As Topnews wrote earlier, in the face of sanctions and difficulties with the supply of equipment, mobile operators in Russia began to charge money for issuing SIM cards.



What is known about the longest daylight hours in 2022?

June 21 will be the longest daylight in the northern hemisphere. It will be followed by the shortest night. An important astronomical event is expected on the same day — The day of the summer solstice.

What is the Day of the summer solstice?

The day of the summer solstice occurs when the inclination of the Earth's axis of rotation towards the Sun becomes the smallest — 23.4 degrees, that is, at this moment the planet Earth is facing almost the entire Northern Hemisphere to the star.

Note that during the year the luminary rises above the horizon at different distances. On June 21, 2022, it will reach the highest point — "point of the ecliptic".  The ecliptic is the circle of the celestial sphere, along which the annual movement of the Sun relative to the stars, visible from the Earth, takes place.

In addition, for several days the height of the Sun above the horizon will remain almost at the same level, hence the name — solstice. After that, the luminary begins a reverse forward movement down the ecliptic. In the Northern Hemisphere, the day will decrease, and the night — will increase. In the Southern Hemisphere — the opposite is true.

How long will the longest day be?

The length of the longest day of the year at the latitude of Moscow will be 17 hours 33 minutes.

In the regions of Russia, the length of the day will be different. Thus, the further north the cities are located, the longer the daylight hours will be. White nights will come in the northern latitudes of the country, and in the Arctic — polar day, that is, it will be light all day and night, and the sun will not go beyond the horizon at all.

So, in Moscow on June 21, the sun rose at 3 hours 44 minutes, and will go beyond the horizon at 21 hours 18 minutes. In St. Petersburg, sunrise began at 3 hours 35 minutes, set — at 22 hours 25 minutes, which will make the day exactly 18 hours 50 minutes. 

When will the shortest day be in 2022?

In the current 2022 year, the winter solstice will occur in the Northern Hemisphere on December 21st. This means that this day will be the shortest day and the longest night of the year.

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How to register the birth of a child through the “Gosuslugi”?

In Russia, for the first time, twins were registered through the “Birth of a Child” service; on the portal “Gosuslugi”. “Digital” twins Eva and Leya were born in Nefteyugansk. This was reported by the press service of the Ministry of Digital Development of Russia.

“Birth registration service through” State Services ” launched in May 2022. The first “digital” the child was a boy Mark from the Republic of Sakha (Yakutia)”, — said in the message of the department.

The ministry stressed that the service «Birth of a child» greatly simplifies the receipt of the necessary public services related to the birth of a baby. You can issue a certificate remotely, and receive it later or not receive it at all. At the same time, in the personal account on the “Gosuslugi” all information about the child will be stored.

 How to register a newborn through the “Gosuslugi”?

As explained in the Ministry of Digital Development, in order to register a newborn through the “Gosuslugi”, you need:

  • be registered on government services;
  • after the birth of a child in the maternity hospital, with the consent of the mother, an electronic medical document of birth is issued, which will go to her personal account on "State Services";
  • after receiving a notification in your personal account, you need to go to the birth registration service and fill out an application (, indicating the name of the child. If the child was born in a marriage, the father must agree on his name; 
  • The registry office or the MFC, based on the data received, will issue a record of the birth certificate of the child;
  • to your personal account on the “Gosuslugi” a notification of birth registration and information about the record of the birth certificate will be received; 
  • if the mother, when filling out the application, chose to receive a birth certificate on paper, after registration she will be asked to choose a time convenient for receiving the document at the registry office or MFC at the place of residence;
  • for those who choose electronic documents, it is also possible to receive paper documents in the future. To do this, you can use the service “Gosuslug” for the issuance of repeated and primary certificates and certificates.

How long does it take to register a newborn? 

The birth of a child must be registered within 30 days. 

How does the ministry plan to expand the service "Birth of a child"? 

The Ministry of Digital Development of the Russian Federation told that in July at "State Services""through"Birth of a Child" it will be possible to apply for three services at once:

  • assignment of an allowance for the birth or adoption of the first child;
  • assignment of an allowance for a child from a low-income family;
  • establishment of the status of a large family.

In addition, from October, a digital MHI policy will be issued for newborns. And at the end of 2022, it will be possible to register a child at the place of residence or at the place of stay electronically at Gosuslugi»  .ru/

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The media reported details about the Spanish citizen who died in Ukraine

31-year-old Spaniard Angel Adrover Martinez from the city of Portocolom in Mallorca, who died on Ukrainian territory, arrived in the country in March. He worked as a communications engineer in Lvov and then went to the combat zone, reports Ultima Hora.

After graduating from university in Catalonia, Adrover worked as an IT specialist in a hospital in Mallorca. Then, about two years ago, he moved to Holland.

The Spanish government was not aware that the man had gone to Ukraine. He told his loved ones that he was going as a volunteer. According to the Spaniard's relatives, he had no training for participation in battles, he trained in Ukraine.

Adrover's mother Dolores Martinez said that her son rarely wrote to her because he was not allowed to communicate. She also reported a WhatsApp conversation with a colonel of the Armed Forces of Ukraine, who said that he personally knew the man. According to him, Adrover worked for some time in his communications brigade in Lviv, after which he decided to go to the front line to help.

Earlier, Europa Press reported that a 22-year-old Spanish citizen died during the fighting on Ukraine. The name was not specified. According to the agency, the Spaniard went to Ukraine to participate in the armed conflict, but it is not known whether he died in battle.

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What buildings are considered dangerous and why?

On June 21, 2022, the order of the Ministry of Construction of the Russian Federation came into force, defining the criteria for potentially hazardous capital construction projects. This is reported by “Parliamentary newspaper”.

Order “On approval of the criteria for classifying unique capital construction facilities and capital construction facilities, where more than 5 thousand people can simultaneously stay, as potentially dangerous objects”; published on the official Internet portal of legal information on June 10, 2022. 

What is the essence of the order?

By this order, the Ministry of Construction determined that objects where more than five thousand people can be at the same time are equated to potentially dangerous. Accidents at them can lead to human casualties (over 500 people) and large material losses (up to 1.2 billion rubles), and this is a federal emergency.

The law refers to two types of facilities. The first one is registered as “unique capital construction projects”. In accordance with the Town Planning Code of the Russian Federation — these are objects whose design documentation provides for at least one of the following characteristics:

  • height more than 100 meters, for wind power installations — more than 250 meters;
  • spans of more than 100 meters;
  • the presence of a cantilever of more than 20 meters;
  • deepening of the underground part (fully or partially) by more than 15 meters from the planning mark of the land.

The law also mentions capital construction objects, according to the Town Planning Code of the Russian Federation — these are buildings, structures, structures and objects, the construction of which is not completed, but continues.

The ministry identified six categories of danger for the above objects and established qualitative and quantitative criteria for them, namely:

  • number of people who died and (or) received damage to health;
  • size damage to the environment and material losses of third parties caused outside the facility.

The approved criteria do not apply to multi-apartment residential buildings, the department clarified.

How exactly do the hazard categories of potentially hazardous objects look like?

The highest hazard category — this is the first. It includes objects, accidents at which can become a source of federal emergencies. The sixth category includes objects, accidents on which can become a source of local emergencies.

Hazard categories of a potentially dangerous object

Criteria for classifying unique capital construction objects and capital construction objects, where more than five thousand people can simultaneously stay, to potentially dangerous objects



1 category

Objects that could cause a federal emergency to crash.

The number of deaths and (or) damage to health — over 500 people

The amount of damage to the environment and material losses — over 1.2 billion rubles

category 2

Facilities where accidents can become a source of an inter-regional emergency

The number of dead and (or) injured — more than 50 people, but not more than 500 people

The amount of damage to the environment and material losses — over 12 million rubles, but not more than 1.2 billion rubles

category 3

Objects that could crash into a regional emergency

The number of people who died and (or) suffered damage to health — over 50 people, but not more than 500 human

Amount of damage to the environment and material losses — over 12 million rubles, but not more than 1.2 billion rubles

4 category

Facilities that could cause an inter-municipal emergency

The number of people who died and (or) received damage to health — no more than 50 people

< p>The amount of damage to the environment and material losses — no more than 12 million rubles

category 5

Objects that could cause a municipal emergency

The number of people who died and (or) received damage to health — no more than 50 people

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Damage to the environment and material losses — no more than 12 million rubles

Category 6

Objects, accidents on which can become a source of a local emergency

The number of people who died and (or) received damage to health — no more than 10 people

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The amount of damage to the environment and material losses — no more than 240 thousand rubles

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Patriarch Kirill visits hospital with soldiers wounded in Ukraine

Patriarch Kirill of Moscow and All Russia visited the military clinical hospital named after A.A. Vishnevsky, where there are Russian soldiers wounded during a special military operation in Ukraine. This was reported by the head of the Synodal Department of the Moscow Patriarchate for relations between the Church, society and the media, Vladimir Legoyda.

During the visit, the patriarch inspected the hospital and talked with the military who are in it.

&laquo ;It is very important that our servicemen, our army are always on the side of good. This will provide them not only with full support from the people, but will undoubtedly help them gain Divine support in response to their feat, – said the patriarch. 

He also expressed gratitude to the servicemen for the fearless performance of their military duty.

“We bow low to all of you, realizing that you went to meet death, defending your Fatherland” ;, – added the primate.

Earlier, Patriarch Kirill said that the Russian military during the special military operation in Ukraine demonstrate “amazing examples of courage”. 

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Don’t get sick from work. FSS presented a project on the prevention of occupational diseases

In 2021, the number of occupational diseases detected in workers amounted to 4018. This is almost a thousand less than in 2017. The most common occupational diseases — these are hearing loss, vibration disease, diseases of the spine (radiculopathy), occupational bronchitis, as well as infectious and parasitic diseases. This is due to the fact that since 2020 COVID-19 is being investigated as an occupational disease.

“More than 20% of those insured (in the system of compulsory insurance against accidents and occupational diseases, — Ed.) work in conditions of harmful or dangerous production factors, — Elena Nikitina, Head of the Occupational Risk Insurance Department of the Social Insurance Fund, said.

The possibilities of modern medicine and rehabilitation make it possible to prevent the development of serious consequences of occupational diseases and disability among such workers, and to preserve their health but also work capacity. And the state — save a lot of money on the treatment of serious illnesses and the payment of disability benefits.

In 2021, the Social Insurance Fund developed a project to prevent occupational diseases, create employee health monitoring and invited employers to participate in it. Experts analyzed the first results. Output — 65% of workers showed improved health.

Since hearing loss (sensorineural hearing loss) — one of the most frequent occupational diseases, it was the workers who are exposed to increased noise exposure, who became the first participants in the project. These are civil aviation pilots and railway workers. Therefore, the project involved two airlines — “Aeroflot” and “Siberia” and OAO Russian Railways.

«Sensorineural hearing loss in railway workers— a big problem. Although the overall rate of occupational disease is declining, the top 3 in our industry are still hearing loss, vibration disease, and radiculopathy, — Ekaterina Gutor, head of the Department of Medical Support for Train Traffic Safety and Industrial Medicine of the Central Directorate of Health of JSC Russian Railways.

“In pilots, approximately 80% of diseases are caused by sensorineural hearing loss. Projects for the prevention of occupational diseases help preserve people's health and reduce the costs of the Social Insurance Fund and airlines for disability certificates, — added the head of the labor protection department of Siberia Airlines Julia Trunkina.

At the first stage, workers were selected who had initial signs of hearing loss. At the second stage, prophylaxis took place in the rehabilitation centers of the Social Insurance Fund — “Blue River” and “Omsk”. Moreover, an individual program of rehabilitation and prevention was developed for each employee. Further — repeated medical examination and evaluation of the effectiveness of treatment. All activities were carried out at the expense of the budget, including paid leave for the period of treatment and travel to the place of rehabilitation.

In total, 25 pilots and 70 railway workers were sent for prevention and treatment.

&laquo ;Out of 70 railway workers, 43 improved their hearing. Among civil aviation pilots, hearing improved in 19 out of 25 people, — Evgenia Nikitina told.

Head of the Research Center for Occupational Pathology and Occupational Health of Civil Aviation of the Central Design Bureau of Civil Aviation Elena Evgenievna Adeninskaya noted that the rehabilitation effect is best for workers with initial hearing loss, who have up to 15,000 flight hours on their track record. There are additional risk factors for hearing loss besides increased noise levels. In particular, these are hypertension, atherosclerotic vascular changes, overweight (only 16% of the workers participating in the project had normal body weight).

“We strive to achieve two goals — the health of the nation and the duration of the labor activity of people. Especially in the aviation industry, where the cost of training specialists is high, — emphasized Sergey Aleshchenko, Deputy Chairman of the Social Insurance Fund.

At the moment, the introduction of a norm on regular prevention and prevention of occupational diseases at the expense of the Social Insurance Fund is being discussed. And the project itself is proposed to be extended to workers in the coal and metallurgical industries. 

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Fathers will receive child support on an equal footing with mothers

The State Duma in the first reading adopted a bill that equalizes the rights of fathers and mothers to receive alimony if they have a common child under three years old. This is reported by Rossiyskaya Gazeta.

Currently, only mothers who can demand payment in court have the right to alimony. This can be done by the wife or ex-wife during pregnancy and within three years from the date of birth of the child.

The explanatory note of the authors of the bill states that recently the number of cases where children stay with their father has increased .

The Russian government supported the project.

Earlier, the deputies of the Arkhangelsk region prepared a bill that equalizes men and women in the right to receive alimony. The legal department of the State Duma gave a positive opinion on the document, finding no conceptual comments.

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Danish military in Latvia lacks underpants – media

After the start of the special operation of the Russian Federation in Ukraine, the military from Denmark, who were redeployed to Latvia, complained that they did not have enough uniforms, DR reports.

One of the military said that even cowards, not like ammunition. At the same time, old tents with traces of mold were waiting for Danish soldiers in Latvia.

According to one of the officers, in such conditions the level of training falls, security risks arise.

Earlier it was reported that Spain sent air defense missile battery to Latvia and increased its contingent in this country by 100 soldiers.

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The beginning of the Great Patriotic War: how it was

Every year on June 22, Russia celebrates the Day of Memory and Sorrow. On this day in 1941, the troops of Nazi Germany and its allies attacked the USSR without declaring war. The Great Patriotic War began, in which about 27 million Soviet citizens died. Archival footage of the first days of the Great Patriotic War — in the photo feed.

Residents of the capital on June 22, 1941 during the announcement on the radio of a government message about the perfidious attack of fascist Germany on the Soviet Union © RIA Novosti/Yevgeny Khaldey

Residents of Leningrad on Nevsky Prospekt on June 22, 1941 during the announcement on the radio of a government message about the attack of Nazi Germany on the Soviet Union © RIA Novosti

June 22, 1941. Nurses assist the first wounded after a Nazi air raid near Chisinau © RIA Novosti/Georgy Zelma

Air Raid in Leningrad in the First Days of World War II © RIA Novosti/Grigory Chertov

Mobilization. Columns of fighters are moving to the front. Moscow, June 23, 1941. © RIA Novosti/Anatoly Garanin

On Red Square in the early days of the Great Patriotic War. Moscow, June 1941. © RIA Novosti/Anatoly Garanin

Children on the streets of the city. Moscow, June 23, 1941. © RIA Novosti/Anatoly Garanin

June 22, 1941 German aircraft bombed Soviet cities © RIA Novosti

Beams of searchlights of the air defense forces illuminate the sky of Moscow. Moscow, June 1941 © RIA Novosti/Anatoly Garanin

Residents of the capital on June 22, 1941 during the announcement on the radio of a government message about the perfidious attack of fascist Germany on the Soviet Union © RIA Novosti/Yevgeny Khaldey

Residents of Leningrad on Nevsky Prospekt on June 22, 1941 during the announcement on the radio of a government message about the attack of Nazi Germany on the Soviet Union © RIA Novosti

June 22, 1941. Nurses assist the first wounded after a Nazi air raid near Chisinau © RIA Novosti/Georgy Zelma

Air Raid in Leningrad in the First Days of World War II © RIA Novosti/Grigory Chertov

Mobilization. Columns of fighters are moving to the front. Moscow, June 23, 1941. © RIA Novosti/Anatoly Garanin

On Red Square in the early days of the Great Patriotic War. Moscow, June 1941. © RIA Novosti/Anatoly Garanin

Children on the streets of the city. Moscow, June 23, 1941. © RIA Novosti/Anatoly Garanin

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Medical examination and medical examination. What do they have in common and what is the difference?

Weekly “Argumenty i Fakty” No. 25. Tariff drives the wave 22/06/2022 Story National projects

Medical examination of the entire country within the framework of compulsory medical insurance started in 2013, and later became an important part of the Healthcare national project. Every year it is gaining momentum. In 2021, almost 50 million adults underwent medical examinations. 

Let's make it clear right away: preventive medical examination and medical examination – they are not the same thing, although sometimes in everyday life these words are used as synonyms. 

Medical examination – only part of the 1st stage of medical examination. As part of it, a patient is questioned, his blood pressure is measured, body mass index, waist circumference, blood cholesterol levels, relative (for all adults) and absolute (for patients 40 & ndash; 65 years old) cardiovascular risks are determined, fluorography and radiography of the lungs are done ( 1 time in 2 years), an electrocardiogram (at the first physical examination, and after 35 years 1 time per year) and intraocular pressure is measured (at the first medical examination and 1 time per year after 40 years). 

The physical examination ends with a final visit to the doctor, who will analyze the results of the research, conduct a visual examination, ask the necessary questions and give recommendations (for women, a visit to the gynecologist is also provided).

All this is done to prevent or timely detect signs of diseases, the development of which a person may not even be aware of, as well as in order to receive preventive advice: how to reduce risk factors, what needs to be changed in the daily routine and diet, etc.

Clinical examination – this is a wider range of research and examinations. At its 1st stage, in addition to a preventive medical examination, screening is carried out to identify possible oncological diseases. 

In people 18–39 years old, the skin, mucous membranes of the lips and mouth are examined once every 3 years, the lymph nodes and thyroid gland are palpated gland (for women, a cytological examination of a smear from the cervix is ​​also provided). 

From 40 to 64 years, screening becomes very wide – it provides for a fairly long series of studies.

The 1st stage of clinical examination ends with the final reception of the therapist – he sums up the examinations and conducts preventive counseling. 

But if along the way there are suspicions about the presence of the disease, in this case the patient will be sent to the 2nd stage of clinical examination. It is carried out to clarify the diagnosis, and a complete list of examinations and consultations is compiled depending on the identified ailments and the age of the person.

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Main goal

Main goal of medical examination – identify risk factors for health and disease that lead to premature death. Doctors divide them into 4 groups: diseases of the cardiovascular system, oncological diseases, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease and diabetes mellitus. The list of studies that must be completed at the 1st stage of medical examination for people over 40 years of age corresponds to these threats.

How often?

1 time in 3 years, 

  • from the age of 40 (including working pensioners and pre-retirees) – annually.
  • Prophylactic check-ups are required 

    • all adult patients annually. 

    Prophylactic examination and preventive examination are carried out free of charge at the clinic at the place of residence. 

    You can sign up online using the “My Health” service. on the portal of public services.

    When going to the clinic, do not forget to take your passport and compulsory medical insurance policy with you.

    Who is this year?

    If your age is below 40 and this year you are so old that this figure is divisible by 3, then you need to undergo a medical examination.  < /p>

    In 2022 it is the turn of those born in the following years: 1983, 1986, 1989, 1992, 1995, 1998, 2001, 2004. 

    For those over 40, there is no queue. They have the right to an annual medical examination (by order of the Ministry of Health of May 6, 2019).

    Exclusively voluntarily

    The medical examination is carried out exclusively by voluntary consent. The patient may refuse any procedures and examinations – from this he will not lose the right to other studies and analyzes. 

    However, all sane people understand that they should not refuse, since medical examination plays a huge role in preventing serious illnesses, and the list of studies is based on medical practice and advanced scientific achievements. 

    The right to a day off

    Federal Law No. 353-FZ of October 3, 2018 guarantees all employees the right to an additional day off to undergo medical examination. The employer must provide it once every 2 years while maintaining the place of work (position) and average earnings.

    How will they remind you?

    From the clinic at the place of residence or from the insurance company that issued the CHI policy , you should receive a message that you need to undergo a medical examination. 

    If it doesn’t come, then you can go to the clinic’s website, find a section on medical examination and clarify the possible time of arrival and room numbers . Or call your insurance company.

    More useful information about the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of cancer can be found on the official website of the Russian Ministry of Health oncological diseases

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    Who can be sent under house arrest and what is it?

    House arrest — this is a measure of restraint, which is chosen by the court in relation to a suspect or accused of committing a crime. Despite its name, the measure is considered one of the strictest after being taken into custody.

    Only in the first three months of 2022 in Russia, according to the data of the Federal Penitentiary Service, house arrest was applied in  against 7 789 citizens, while for the whole of 2021, 7697 people were under this measure of restraint.

    What can house arrest be for?

    House arrest can be imposed for any category of crimes, “even theoretically for” murder. It all depends on the petition of the investigator and the decision of the court. About this "Parliamentary Newspaper" said lawyer Evgeny Gubin, specializing in criminal cases.

    He noted that now such a measure of restraint is actively used by the courts even for grave and especially grave crimes. Such, for example, include receiving a bribe on an especially large scale. The main thing is that the person under investigation should not be “socially dangerous”. Most often, house arrest is assigned to those accused of economic crimes.

    Who can't apply house arrest?

    According to the Code of Criminal Procedure, home arrest cannot apply to military personnel, foreign citizens and stateless persons, and to Russian citizens who do not have a permanent place of residence.

    How is house arrest carried out?

    < p>According to Yevgeny Gubin, a person under house arrest is under round-the-clock surveillance. He is given an electronic bracelet (usually on the detainee's leg or arm). It allows you to track its location with the help of the GLONASS system. For opening and removing an electronic bracelet, its owner faces a fine of two to four thousand rubles, or administrative arrest for up to 15 days, or compulsory work for a 40 to 120 hours.

    “House arrest is served at the place of residence or at the place of temporary residence of the accused. This may be a rented apartment, an apartment in & nbsp; ownership, a residential building or other residential premises, — our interlocutor explained.

    A person is forbidden to leave the house without the permission of the investigator. He is isolated from society and cannot communicate with anyone except lawyers and investigators. It is also impossible to talk with friends, relatives who do not live in the detainee's apartment.

    In addition, it is forbidden to leave the premises, use a mobile phone, social networks and instant messengers. You can leave the apartment only to participate in court hearings, investigative actions, or to go to the hospital. Trips are carried out under police escort.

    “If, for medical reasons, a suspect was placed from house arrest to a hospital, then the hospital ward may also become a place of arrest for him. Access to unauthorized persons will be prohibited there, and  the patient himself must also not leave the ward, — the expert added.

    The lawyer emphasized that house arrest will never be assigned to those living alone. Such people do not have a person nearby who could provide for them: go to shop, pharmacy and etc.

    With the passage of time, you can come out with a petition for partial lifting of restrictions if their exact observance, said Evgeny Gubin.

    How long does house arrest last?

    House arrest is elected by the court on the basis of the petition of the investigator (inquirer) for a period of up to two months. At the same time, the period of house arrest can be extended, for example, if it is impossible to complete the preliminary investigation within the specified period.

    clarifications of the Supreme Court for lower instances). So, one day of imprisonment is equated to one day of house arrest if a person committed a crime before July 14, 2018. Now, according to Gubin, there is a new rule “two for” one  — that is two days of house arrest are equal to one day of serving a sentence in colony.

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