A place where they learn to learn. A new building has been opened in Khoroshkole

On September 1, 2022, a new building was opened in one of the most modern schools in the country, the Moscow Khoroshkole. School classes in it are made in different styles, and six scientific laboratories are located in a unique space connecting the underground gymnasium and gymnasium. The emergence of a new educational space made it possible to increase the number of places to 1300 people.

For schoolchildren of different ages

Horoshkola was founded in 2013 — then a kindergarten and a progymnasium (elementary school) opened their doors, four years later the gymnasium began to work, and in 2020 the first graduation took place.

Opening of a new building for primary school students — next step in school development. The total area of ​​the building was 17.5 thousand square meters. It was built in just a year and a half using the latest technologies and best world practices. School classes are made in different styles: mountains for first graders, climatic zones — for students of the second grade, the sea — for third-graders, and cities — for the fourth grade. Special attention deserves the unique space — “Temple of Science”, connecting the underground gymnasium and gymnasium. It houses six scientific laboratories: natural sciences, robotics, art sciences, and so on. There is also a pottery workshop, a large sports hall that can easily be transformed into a concert hall for up to 800 people, a sports and fitness area with a climbing wall, a game tree and a cascading stream.

Photo: Khoroshkoly press service

At the solemn line in the new building on September 1, the children were congratulated on the start of the new academic year by the President, Chairman of the Board of Sberbank German Gref.

< p>«New progymnasium of Khoroshkoly — it is an investment in the future of our children. I am sure that the future can be created by ourselves, and new content must have a new form. What we have been creating these two years — two years of research, two years of studying the best world practices, — all this is embodied here today. Six laboratories, a huge presentation space for creativity are located in a new project, which we called the “Temple of Science”. Guys from two schools, senior and junior, will meet here, implement projects and fulfill themselves. There are no analogues anywhere for two schools, senior and junior, to be connected by such a space. We started with the design of an ordinary passage, and ended up with an entire underground laboratory complex “Temple of Science”. No other school in the country has such a complex. Once again, I want to say thank you to everyone who helped to implement this unique project!» — said German Gref.

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Learning without traditional grades

The main difference between Horoshkola and other schools — personalized education model. Teachers and parents, working in tandem, help the child build their individual educational trajectory, unlock their potential, understand their strengths and weaknesses, learn to set and achieve goals. At the same time, the training fully complies with the federal state educational standard.

The older the child, the more often he makes an independent choice regarding his education. From the eighth grade, pre-profile training starts, which involves an in-depth study of individual subjects of the student's choice. And in grades 10-11, an intensive immersion in the chosen educational profile begins. In Khoroshkola, they say that high school students rarely change their choice, which shows that the learning trajectory is built correctly, and the decision was made by the student himself.

Another feature of the school — shifting focus from subject-oriented learning (hard skills) to the development of flexible (soft skills) and digital skills (digital skills), which are extremely relevant in the modern world. The student learns and simultaneously masters life skills (emotional intelligence, teamwork, time management, goal setting, leadership qualities, adaptability, creativity, and so on), which, in turn, increase the effectiveness of the educational process. Soft skills are also developed in extracurricular activities. Children have access to elective courses, project work, including in accelerators, and much more. All this, moreover, helps to form the philosophy of lifelong learning, or, to put it simply, — the habit of lifelong learning. After all, Khoroshkola teaches children to enjoy not only the result, but also the learning process itself. jpg” height=”425″ width=”640″ style=”display: block;” />

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The educational process in Khoroshkole is measured not by lessons, but by educational topics, the study of each takes an average of two weeks. The child immediately sees how much information he has to master, and learns to correctly allocate time for homework. You can do them every day for a little bit or focus on working on the weekend.

There are no traditional grades in Khoroshkole. They are replaced by meaningful comments from the teacher. This allows you to reduce the anxiety of children and achieve the desired progress. The process is organized as follows: the child submits the work — the teacher returns it with comments — student remakes — and gets an account. And so on until the result is achieved.

Of course, the most modern digital technologies are used in Khoroshkole. The digital platform is available to all participants in the educational process: student, parent, and teacher. From the fifth grade, each child gets a personal digital device.

A super team helps to implement all of the above. Not only teachers work, but also tutors, psychologists, speech therapists, and even a sensory integration specialist. .jpg” height=”425″ width=”640″ style=”display: block;” />

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Education at Khoroshkola is paid. All applicants are interviewed. But talented children have a chance to study here for free thanks to the scholarship program. Of the 1200 students, 120 studied under such conditions.

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Crushers-long-lived. How Kerensky and Gorbachev became Russian champions

Plot World History with Andrey Sidorchik

History is full of paradoxes. The first and last president of the USSR Mikhail Gorbachev set a record for life expectancy among domestic rulers — before him, no one managed to live to be 91 years old.

The previous record holder was the head of the Provisional Government Alexander Fyodorovich Kerensky, who passed away at the age of 89 years. The paradox is that both centenarians eventually turned out to be extremely unpopular people in the country they led, and it is rather difficult to evaluate the results of their activities with a plus sign.

Simbirsk — Tashkent — Petersburg

Kerensky was born in the city of Simbirsk on May 4, 1881, in the family of the director of the Simbirsk Men's Gymnasium Fyodor Mikhailovich Kerensky.

Sasha was a long-awaited son, born after three daughters, because the parents tried to surround the boy with maximum care and attention.

In 1889, Fyodor Kerensky was transferred to work in Tashkent, where his eldest son went to school. Alexander was a capable student, a brilliant dancer, and excelled in amateur performances. After graduating from the Tashkent gymnasium, Alexander entered the law faculty of St. Petersburg University.

Order bearer enters without exams

Mikhail Gorbachev was born on March 2, 1931 in the village of Privolnoye, Medvezhensky District, Stavropol Territory, into a peasant family. Father, Sergei Andreevich Gorbachev, went through the war, was awarded orders and medals. Mikhail, like most children of that time, had to go to work early. At the age of 13, he already helped on a collective farm, at 15 he became an assistant combine operator, and at 18 he received an order for successful grain harvesting.

After graduating from school at 19, Mikhail entered the law faculty of Moscow State University. They accepted him there without exams as a communist and an order bearer.

Lawyer and prosecutor

Two of our heroes, having plunged into jurisprudence, were engaged in it, as they say, from different sides. Kerensky began and excelled in his career as a lawyer, while willingly taking on the political cases that brought him fame. 

In 1912, a successful lawyer headed the Public Commission of the State Duma to investigate the Lena massacre, thereby initiating his political career.

Gorbachev began working in the Stavropol regional prosecutor's office, but he did not become a formidable prosecutor — very quickly he switched to a freed Komsomol job, became deputy head of the Department of Agitation and Propaganda of the Stavropol Territory Committee of the Komsomol.

Speech deputy

Kerensky's career in politics was impetuous, in keeping with the spirit of the times. Having been elected to the IV State Duma and having fallen into the Trudoviks faction, he became known as the best orator of the left camp. His critical speeches addressed to the government were a great success. In December 1916, Kerensky's speeches in the State Duma became so radical that Empress Alexandra Feodorovnanoticed: it is desirable to hang this politician. But in just a couple of months, the practically namesake of the empress will become one of the main active figures of the February Revolution.

Youth as the main talent

Gorbachev's path in politics, in accordance with the spirit of the times, was much less hasty. Having reached the position of the main Komsomol leader of Stavropol by the beginning of the 1960s, Mikhail finally migrated to the party bodies. They saw him as a promising leader, and in 1966 Gorbachev was approved as the first secretary of the Stavropol city committee of the CPSU. The then head of StavropolLeonid Efremovlater he assured that he himself did not see any special prospects for Mikhail Sergeyevich, but he was actively supported from Moscow. In 1970, Gorbachev became the first secretary of the Stavropol Regional Committee of the CPSU.

Against the background of senior functionaries, Mikhail Sergeevich looked like a “new generation”, and therefore he was often considered a candidate for further promotion. Moreover, the positions were very different — from the Minister of Agriculture to the Prosecutor General of the USSR. It seems that Gorbachev especially impressed the members of the Politburo with his liveliness and health. In 1978, he was transferred to Moscow to the vacant post of secretary of the Central Committee of the CPSU.

In the 1980 Olympic year, Gorbachev became a full member of the Politburo, and therefore a potential contender for the highest state post. Three deaths of general secretaries in a row from 1982 to 1985 exhausted both the society and the party, and therefore the arrival of the 54-year-old and not suffering from chronic illnesses Gorbachev to the post of leader looked like a rather logical decision.

People's love and disappointment

However, Kerensky reached the political summit of a much younger man.

He took the post of Minister-Chairman of the Provisional Government at the age of 36, having managed to literally fly through the posts of Minister of Justice before that. , as well as the Minister of the Navy and the War.

And here we find the common — both Kerensky and Gorbachev had the art of communicating with people. Of course as a speaker Kerensky was an order of magnitude stronger, having a downright magnetic effect on the audience. With Gorbachev, everything played rather in contrast with the predecessors — before him, none of the Soviet leaders since the time of Lenin communicated with the masses on an equal footing and in a simple way.

But this strength turned into weakness for both, because bright words were not followed by equally bright deeds.

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Both of them came to power at a critical period, only in 1917 everything happened at a much faster pace. The crisis in Russia after the fall of the monarchy developed rapidly, and quick and precise decisions were required from Kerensky.

But the slogan “War to a victorious end” turned into a failure at the front, the defeat of the speeches of the left led to the growth of right-wing sentiments, which turned into a speech by Kornilov. Kerensky, seriously frightened by the military dictatorship, turned for help to those with whom he had fought a month ago, and as a result, by the autumn of 1917, he managed to disappoint almost everyone.

Get out!

Six years of Gorbachev's reign — the same story, only at a slower pace. Attempts at political and economic reform only exacerbate the crisis, radicals demanding a change in the system are dissatisfied with the softness of Mikhail Sergeyevich’s actions, and conservatives, primarily the military, after refusing to support tough actions against extremists, begin to consider him a traitor.

With a rather serious assumption, one can compare the State Emergency Committee and the Kornilov rebellion. And even if in the first case Gorbachev was a completely static figure, who was only waiting for the outcome of the development of events, and Kerensky made efforts to stop the military action, the result turned out to be the same. One in the fall of 1917, and the second in the fall of 1991 turned, as they say in the West, into “lame ducks” that once lost such mass popular support.

The October Revolution of 1917, with the notorious escape in women's dress that never happened, drew a line under Kerensky's rule. The anti-Bolshevik forces that participated in the Civil War categorically did not perceive him as a serious figure.

Gorbachev finally lost power after the Belovezhskaya conspiracy, and then the same picture — opponents of the destroyers of the USSR did not perceive the Secretary General-President as a figure capable of leading the resistance. Yes, and Mikhail Sergeevich did not resist, unlike Alexander Fedorovich — the latter at least gathered troops and tried to do something, while Gorbachev surrendered without a fight.

0.51 percent

This complaisance allowed him to receive certain preferences as a retiree and remain in the country, while Kerensky was forced to flee abroad.

There, for the first time, he tried to negotiate an intervention to overthrow the Bolsheviks. However, the former head of the Provisional Government, deprived of influence, very soon became mired in squabbles and intrigues of the Russian emigration. Many emigrants considered Kerensky to be the culprit of the fall of the Russian Empire and all subsequent upheavals, which is why the attitude towards him was more than cool.

It seems that Alexander Fedorovich quickly realized the impossibility of his political return. But Mikhail Sergeevich amused his compatriots a lot by the fact that in 1996 he took part in the presidential elections in Russia. Gorbachev was sincerely convinced that against the backdrop of the Yeltsin catastrophe, he would be treated with great sympathy. 0.51 percent of the votes became a real political verdict, after which Mikhail Sergeevich finally turned into a pensioner.

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Gynecological humiliation

In 1939, Kerensky, who lived in France, married an Australian journalist Lydia Tritton, and after the occupation of France by Hitler, he left for the USA.

Beginning in the late 1940s, the widowed Kerensky wrote memoirs and lectured students on Russian history. In the late 1960s, Kerensky, in his late 80s, tried to get permission to travel to the Soviet Union, but negotiations ended in vain. At the very end of life, the story with the dress was continued — the ambulance, having taken the elderly Russian emigrant, for a long time could not find a place where to attach a low-income patient, since there were no empty places in the free clinic.

When Kerensky woke up, he, to his horror, found that he had been placed on free bed… in the gynecology department. And although the veteran of Russian politics was soon transferred from there, Kerensky considered this a humiliation no less than the myth of his escape in October 1917.

In general, Alexander Fedorovich could have lived longer. But in 1970, in the clinic, Kerensky refused to eat, and when doctors began to inject a nutrient solution through a needle, the patient began to pull it out. Such a struggle between him and the doctors dragged on for two and a half months. On June 11, 1970, Kerensky passed away.

Yeltsin harvesting bananas

Unlike Kerensky,  Gorbachev, no one dragged — he received top notch medical care. He was warmly welcomed in the West, where he was perceived as a hero, and in his homeland, although he was considered a negative figure, he was not subjected to persecution and led a completely comfortable life.

Sometimes annoyance broke through in Mikhail Sergeyevich, and then he began to resemble Kerensky even in rhetoric. So, once in an interview with Pozner, he admitted that he regrets that “I did not sendYeltsinforever to some country to harvest bananas after the well-known trials, when the Plenum demanded:”Exclude Yeltsin from the members of the Central Committee! ”»

Dress and pizza

Both Kerensky and Gorbachev outlived all their political opponents for a long time. This is both their main and indisputable achievement. At the same time, both were considered destroyers of statehood, although the “merits” Kerensky in this sense, objectively speaking, is an order of magnitude smaller than Gorbachev's.

What you can be sure of is that they will not fall into the main characters of Russian history. On the other hand, one can imagine such a memorable composition: Mikhail Sergeevich gallantly treats Alexander Fedorovich, dressed in a flirtatious woman's dress, with pizza.

Because you can not only enter history, but also plunge into it.

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What school did Pugacheva’s children go to? Knowledge Day at an elite gymnasium in Moscow

One of the most elite schools in Moscow is celebrating the beginning of the school year. Children of prominent businessmen, diplomats and even Alla Pugacheva study here.

It seems that this is an exhibition of the Moscow International Motor Show. “Mercedes”, “Porsche”, “Gelendvagen”. Alien journalists joke: billions are stored in the parking lot. Reason — touching. Ruler in honor of the beginning of the school year.

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Instead of modest gladioli — baskets of flowers, instead of the caretaker — strict access control. Entrance only by lists. Outsiders are chased away by security. Mothers, clattering with luxury brand stilettos, see off their children. Businessman Andrei Kovalev leaves a Rolls-Royce with a child. 

Training a student here costs 1,680,000 rubles a year. They give a discount for the second child: it comes out to 1 million 512 thousand a year. ” height=”532″ width=”800″ style=”display: block;” />

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Children must learn two foreign languages, including studying with native speakers. Moreover, from the 1st grade, part of the classes are held in English. The price also includes swimming, football, needlework. 

There is no single uniform in the gymnasium, but there are distinctive signs — chevrons with logo. 

Sounds of music — a live orchestra is playing, behind the guards you can see animators on stilts. 

From the next “Audi” family comes out. Two girls in white stockings and a sullen teenager who refuses to leave the car despite the wrath of his overbearing father. You can control the fate of hundreds of subordinates, but overcoming the anger of puberty by dismissal will not work.

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There are also comical situations. The broken KIA managed to get into a minor accident on the way to the line and lose the remains of the front bumper. 

It seems that this taxi driver mixed up the road. A stocky driver of southern nationality gets out of the car. And then — teenager with a bouquet of flowers. The boy looks about 15 years old. It becomes clear that the unfortunate driver is protecting the child. He follows behind the boy and looks around at everyone with a predatory look. The teenager is embarrassed. It's better to walk.

Two local pensioners and a dog hid in the corner of the parking lot. They hope to see Alla Pugacheva. 

«She wanted to name her daughter Mona Lisa, but didn't, but I named the dog», — showing off one of them. 

In Argentina, they tried to kill the vice president

In Argentina, they tried to kill Vice President Cristina de Kirchner On the evening of September 1, an unknown man pointed a gun at Argentine Vice President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner, but the shot was not fired. The attacker was detained, the President of the country announced an assassination attempt .png” alt=”An Argentine Vice President Attempted to Assassinate” />

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Argentine President Alberto Fernandez called a man pointing a gun at Vice President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner an assassination attempt. The politician stated this in a special appeal, La Nacion reports.

“Today at about 21:00 (3:00 Moscow time— RBC) a man committed an assassination attempt on the current vice president and twice president of the country, Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner. This is the worst event since the restoration of democracy [in 1983],” he said.

According to him, the vice president remained alive “for some incredible reason” because the loaded weapon did not fire. In addition, Fernandez declared September 2 a day off so that “the people of Argentina in peace and harmony could speak out in defense of life, democracy, and also express solidarity with the vice president.”

The incident took place Thursday evening as Fernandez de Kirchner was getting out of her car outside her home. The footage shown on the TV channel shows how a man standing in the crowd near the car raised a gun and pointed it at the vice president. The attacker was promptly detained, he turned out to be a 35-year-old citizen of Brazil. National Security Minister Anibal Fernandez confirmed to Clarin newspaper that a loaded pistol was found on him.

The assassination attempt on Fernandez de Kirchner occurred against the backdrop of an investigation by Attorney General Diego Luciani, who accused the Vice President of corruption in late August and asked sentence her to 12 years in prison. In addition to imprisonment, the prosecutor's office demanded that Kirchner be banned from holding public office and that she be ordered to pay a $1 billion fine.

In addition to Kirchner, 12 people are involved in the corruption case. They are accused of embezzling budget funds allocated for infrastructure projects in the province of Santa Cruz. According to prosecutors, the crime was committed during Kirchner's presidency. She held this post from December 2007 to December 2015. She replaced her husband Nestor Kirchner, who was the leader of the country until 2007.

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United Russia cleared about 15 million people from the base of supporters

United Russia has completed the purge of its mobilization base. At some point, the number of supporters contained in it fell from 25 million to about 10 million. The party also introduced a KPI for deputies at all levels by the number of supporters

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“United Russia” completed the purge of the mobilization base of supporters. The party's plans to clean up and renew it became known in February. As RBC reported, United Russia analyzed the state of the party base of supporters and came to the conclusion that it contained a large number of people (about 50%) who were considered disloyal in the party or their data was outdated. Sources of “Kommersant” they said that in the database there were only about 40% of those who are loyal to United Russia.

The cleaning of the base was completed in June, and at some point the number of supporters contained in it fell from 25 million people to about 10 million, a source in United Russia told RBC. and one of the deputies from the United Russia. That is, the list was reduced by two and a half times.

Removed those “in whose data there were at least some doubts— phone number, date of birth, etc.,” one of the interlocutors clarified. There were no those left in the base who were considered disloyal in the party,— a special program analyzed social networks, and if it was found that one of the supporters on the list liked, for example, Alexei Navalny, then such people were also deleted.

At present, the party has begun to increase the number of supporters. By the presidential elections in 2024, the task is to increase their number to 30 million people, sources told RBC.

Technology testing

Now United Russia is testing technologies to mobilize voters for the elections. To do this, the party has chosen four pilot regions where election campaigns are taking place: Udmurtia, Sakhalin, Krasnodar Territory (here on a single voting day on September 11 elections of legislative assemblies will be held) and Omsk (there is a campaign for city council elections). Udmurtia, Sakhalin and Omsk are chosen as difficult territories for United Russia, Krasnodar Territory— on the contrary, as a region that gives consistently high results.

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According to the head of the central executive committee of “United Russia” Alexander Sidyakin, who is responsible for updating the mobilization base, if in the country as a whole the party annually rotates about 10% of the secretaries of the primary branches, then in the four indicated territories “this figure exceeds 50%”: “That is, half of the primary branches in these regions were led by new people, with a new vision of how the work should be built, with new approaches within the framework of common tasks.

The technologies used to attract supporters are different: for example, in Sakhalin, volunteers or members of primary branches can bypass citizens, asking them if they use electronic medical services, says regional United Russia. If so, then people are interested in what is missing. When the issue is resolved, the person is called and asked if he is satisfied. That is, there are “touches” with voters. People are always asked if they have agreed to the processing of personal data, and in case of a positive answer, such people are entered into the base of supporters, explains the interlocutor of RBC.

“We proceed from the fact that if a person has consented to the processing data, then he allows himself the opportunity to vote for the party,»— explains another source in United Russia.

Voters are asked whether they were ready to interact actively with the party. For example, you could invite them to rallies or other events. Depending on the answer, they are recorded in the "active" or “inactive”. Closer to the elections, all such citizens will be offered to vote for United Russia.

Similar approaches are also used in other areas: meetings of candidates for deputies with citizens, the implementation of party projects, etc., party interlocutors say.

According to the results of the September 11 elections, the technologies that proved to be the most successful will be adopted in the future.

KPI for deputies

At the same time, the base of supporters is being updated in all other regions. For deputies of all levels, a KPI has been defined for attracting supporters, which they must fulfill before the end of the year, a source in the party and one of the deputies from the United Russia said. For single-mandate deputies of the State Duma, KPI is 1,500 people, for those on the list— 500. For deputies of legislative assemblies elected by districts, & mdash; 500 people, for listers— 300. As for the deputies of the City Duma, each single-mandate member must attract 150 supporters, the list of & mdash; 50.

The exceptions are deputies who regularly visit the LPR, DPR and the territories of Kherson, Zaporozhye and Kharkov regions under Russian control— they are “not strictly asked”, says one of RBC's interlocutors.

When asked by RBC how the party controls that the people whose data is entered into the mobilization base really exist and they are loyal supporters of United Russia, Sidyakin said that the party constantly maintains “in one form or another a dialogue with such voters.” ;: “Within the framework of party projects, measures to control the implementation of the people's program, meetings with” primary organizations “, thematic surveys, etc. That is, we are in constant communication with people, we understand that these are real people, we receive feedback from them.

According to one of the United Russia members, there is a whole range of measures by which the party checks the reality of certain supporters. Suppose, if someone entered the data of people of exclusively retirement age, then it is very likely that the Pension Fund database was used (such cases were recorded during the audit preceding the cleaning of the database, RBC reported). “We spot-check the profiles of supporters in social networks for the existence of people included in the database, we look, they did not write down the addresses in a row from the same street, which raises questions. In each suspicious case, we begin to find out [and ask questions to those who entered this data into the database]”, — says a source in the party.

Completely the methods of verification and control in the “United Russia” do not open.

The database records “where it came from” this or that supporter, during which particular events he was listed. “We see who this person is, we see his digital footprint. Manufacturability is that we can address people directly, & mdash; if we have a person aged 60+, then we need one approach to him. If a supporter got into our bases through the “Young Guard”— another»,— explains the interlocutor of RBC.

“The bases work in so far as”

During the inter-election period, the base of supporters can be used for, for example, sending congratulations & mdash; a person is pleased, says political scientist Alexei Makarkin. True, in this case it is important to understand that “people are not eternal, and if a person has not been alive for three years, and postcards are coming, then relatives may be offended.” There are also people, mostly elderly, who want to protect their interests with the help of the party— in Soviet times, such people wrote to newspapers, the expert continues.

“During the period of election campaigns, these databases work insofar as, because the person [who agreed to the processing of personal data and was included in the base of supporters] does not assume any obligations,” — says Makarkin. The base, of course, can be used to send out invitations to elections by fan, but basically during mobilization, the emphasis is on working with people at their place of residence, “when it’s not an abstract person from the party who calls for participation in the elections, but, say, the chairman of the local council veterans, your boss, that is, some people who can influence a person’s decision,” the expert continues.

Therefore, in general, the base is needed in order to show how many supporters United Russia has. that this, they say, is not a party of officials, but millions of people stand behind it, with whom United Russia maintains feedback, Makarkin states. He draws an analogy with the CPSU, which at one time had almost 20 million party members: “This was intended to demonstrate domestically and in the West that the CPSU— people's party. It was specially emphasized what percentage of workers, women, and so on, & mdash; the expert says.

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Rosaviatsia extended the restriction of flights to airports in southern Russia

The Federal Air Transport Agency extended the restriction of flights to airports in southern Russia until September 10 Restrictions will be in effect until September 10 and (-webkit-min-device-pixel-ratio: 2), (max-width: 320px) and (min-resolution: 192dpi)” >

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Rosaviatsia extended the ban on flights to 11 airports in the south and central part of Russia until September 10, a representative of the agency told RBC.

The Federal Air Transport Agency introduced restrictions on February 24, the day the Russian military operation in Ukraine began. Since then, planes have not flown to Anapa, Bryansk, Belgorod, Gelendzhik, Voronezh, Krasnodar, Kursk, Lipetsk, Simferopol, Rostov-on-Don and Elista. The airports of these cities in 2021 transported a total of about 20 million people (6.8 million accounted for the largest of them— airport of Simferopol).

Now there is only one airport operating on the Azov-Black Sea coast of Russia— Sochi. Airlines were advised to fly through it, as well as through Mineralnye Vody, Volgograd, Stavropol and Moscow.

In August, the Federal Air Transport Agency included 49 new destinations in the program to subsidize regional air transportation bypassing Moscow. This became possible due to cost savings due to the ban on flights to the south.

Due to flight restrictions, Russian Railways introduced 144 additional trains from Adler, Anapa, Novorossiysk, Sochi and other cities in southern Russia and increased the number places in the compositions. But, according to the head of the Crimea, Sergei Aksyonov, the ability to increase the number of trains to the Crimea is limited by the capacity of the railway. Aksyonov called the republic the most affected region in terms of tourism: in June, the tourist flow was 40% less than last year, and the season “fully did not take place.” Minister of Resorts and Tourism of Crimea Vadim Volchenko in July estimated the average occupancy of hotels on the peninsula at 60%.

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Regions began to help refugees return to the DNR and LNR

RBC collected data in the regions on the number of refugees who decided to return to the DNR and LNR. In a number of subjects they are paid for travel and provided with the necessary things on the road, and TAPs compile lists of those wishing to “re-evacuate”

< p>How the regions help refugees to return back

Refugees from the DPR, LPR and from the Russian-controlled territory of Ukraine who expressed a desire to return back, the authorities of a number of regions began to return to their homeland in an organized manner.

Government Pskov Regionin mid-August, together with Russian Railways, they organized the transportation to Mariupol of 57 refugees who lived in temporary accommodation centers (TAPs), RBC was told in the press service of the regional government. From Pskov by “reserved railway transport” people first reached Rostov-on-Don, and then were taken to Mariupol. “All those leaving were provided with transport assistance in moving, as well as in carrying luggage and humanitarian aid. All those traveling to the DPR and LPR were provided with food packages and water,” & mdash; specified in the press service. They also noted that people themselves expressed a desire to leave the TAP, as “they planned to repair their houses in the city of Mariupol before the onset of the autumn-winter period.” Many of them have elderly parents left in the territory of the DPR, the regional administration noted. and refugees settled in the Volgograd Region. More than 80 people departed from regional TAPs back to the LPR and DPR, RBC was told in the Committee for Territorial Entities, Internal and Information Policy of the Volgograd Region. “The regional administration organized a transfer from the hotel to the bus station for all of them, bought bus tickets, paid for luggage and issued funds (1000 rubles per person) to pay for travel expenses,” — added there. Buses from Volgograd to Donetsk and Luhansk run on schedule three times a week.

TAP administrations maintain special lists for those wishing to leave for their homeland; after recording in them, the information is transferred to the social protection authorities, a package of documents for the departing person is formed and the necessary payments are made, the committee noted. “At the same time, the queue is not formed, the fastest possible departure is organized for everyone”, — emphasized there.

The press service of the administration of Leningrad region told RBC that in the TAP of the region “there is an opportunity for citizens who left the territories of the DPR, LPR and certain regions of Ukraine to express their intention return to the place of permanent residence».

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strong>Lyudmila Romanova receives appeals “to assist in the relocation of arriving citizens to the regions of Russia or back”; in the DPR, LPR, Ukraine,” RBC was told in its office. In this case, the regional ombudsman works together with the department of social protection of the region and the local branch of the Red Cross. “There were no failures,” & mdash; added there.

In some regions, charitable foundations help refugees return home. So, according to the decision of the operational headquarters Kursk regionthose wishing to return to the DPR, LPR or Ukraine receive financial assistance to purchase tickets through the World of Childhood charity marathon; (money from the “Help to the DPR and LPR” account), the press service of the regional administration said. According to citizens, they are also given non-food items of prime necessity for the duration of their journey to their places of residence, they added.

In the Kaluga region, citizens leaving TAPs pay for train tickets, air tickets, transfers and bus tickets by the Volunteers Charitable Foundation; children»— those wishing to return to their homeland, tickets are purchased to Rostov-on-Don, the regional Ministry of Internal Policy and Mass Communications noted. Tickets are also purchased for those wishing to move to another region. “Citizens are assisted in delivering them to the place of departure. In total, the fund purchased 77 tickets, 37 of them to Rostov-on-Don»,— clarified there.

In the department of labor and social protection of the population Kostroma regionreported that among the citizens of the DPR, LPR and Ukraine, “constant explanatory work is being carried out on the current legislation, including the possibilities and methods of returning to places of permanent residence.”

“A number of decisions on informing arrived citizens about the possibility of departure, with their consent, to the places of their permanent residence. accepted in the Kursk region, RBC was told in the press service of the regional administration.

Reevacuation issues are supervised at the federal level by a specialized government commission, the administration of the Leningrad Region explained: if necessary, a procedure is provided for reserving passenger seats for refugees in regular railway transport.

The Russian Railways press service declined to comment. The Ministry of Emergency Situations noted that the issues are within the competence of the Ministry of Internal Affairs, and forwarded the questions to this department. RBC asked the press service of the Commissioner for Human Rights Tatyana Moskalkova, the press centers of the Ministry of Internal Affairs and the FSB for a comment.

“Of course, people are rushing home, they want to go home, it’s not easy for them here. But here another question arises— security <…> Sending people to a zone where hostilities are taking place, in my opinion, is unacceptable, — human rights activist Svetlana Gannushkina told RBC.

How many refugees left Russia

There are no general statistics on how many refugees left the territory of Russia and returned back to the DPR and LPR. Regional departments of the Ministry of Internal Affairs keep records of those deregistered from the migration register, but the fact of deregistration itself does not indicate the refugee's departure from Russia, since he could also move to another Russian region. For example, according to the Nizhny Novgorod Oblast Ministry of Social Policy, about 900 people have left the region: in total, more than 3,000 people are currently there, of which more than 1,800 are accommodated in TAPs.

< p>According to the information of the Migration Department of the Ministry of Internal Affairs for Kursk regionas of August 30, out of 9495 registered people, 3107 people returned to their places of permanent residence, RBC was told in the press service of the regional administration.

The Ministry of Internal Policy and Mass Communications Kaluga Region told RBC, that 37 citizens who were forced to leave the territories of the DPR and LPR left the TAP in the region. At least 57 refugees returned home from the Pskov region, with the assistance of the regional government.

The press service of the administration of the Leningrad regionnoted that the issues of crossing the state border are supervised by the Border Guard Service of the FSB. According to FSB statistics, in April—June, 170,000 Russians crossed the border with the Donbass republics on foot, 231,000 people used road transport, and another part— railway. Russian citizens traveling to the republics of Donbass could be from the DPR and LPR who received a Russian passport.

At the same time, the flow of people arriving in Russia is still high— more than 20 thousand refugees a day, a source in the Ministry of Emergency Situations told RBC. At the same time there is an “active exchange”— from the territories where active hostilities are taking place, people come to Russia, and people return to the territories taken under control. “But, as far as one can judge from the numbers, the flow of arrivals is still greater than the flow of those returning,” — RBC's interlocutor noted.

Why do refugees want to go back

The regional authorities interviewed by RBC most often see the main reason for leaving as the desire of refugees to reunite with their relatives. “The main reasons for leaving” restoration of stability (cessation of hostilities, shelling) of settlements, the beginning of the school year, the desire to reunite with the family, & mdash; RBC was told in the committee on territorial entities, internal and information policy of the Volgograd region.

The press service of the administration of the Kursk region named the return to relatives and “employment to work on the restoration of the liberated territories” among the main reasons. The authorities of the Kaluga region also mentioned “concern about abandoned housing” among the reasons for leaving.

Earlier, refugees told RBC about problems with obtaining documents, difficulties in finding housing and work, as well as about the conditions of stay in temporary accommodation centers.

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Scholz promised to continue negotiations with Putin

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German Chancellor Olaf Scholz would like to continue negotiations with Russian President Vladimir Putin. He said this at a meeting with residents of the city of Essen, the broadcast was on the government website.

“I met the Russian president in Moscow at a long table. I spoke with him on the phone many times. And I will say clearly that I will continue to do this,— Scholz noted (quote from RIA Novosti).

He said that he was in close contact with Putin and was not going to refuse to cooperate.

Immediately after the start of the Russian military operation in Ukraine, Scholz called the hostilities a “serious mistake”; and warned the Kremlin of the “bitter price” that would have to be paid. At the same time, the German chancellor continued the dialogue with Putin. During the entire period of hostilities, they called up nine times and discussed the situation in Ukraine, negotiations between the delegations of Moscow and Kyiv, payment for gas, the export of Ukrainian grain and the lifting of sanctions that hinder the export of Russian fertilizers. During calls to the Russian President, Scholz advocated a ceasefire in Ukraine.

The German Chancellor has repeatedly spoken about the importance of negotiating with Putin. On June 17, he announced that he would continue to talk with the Russian president so that Russia and Ukraine would sign a peace agreement acceptable to Kyiv.

On the 28th, Scholz again emphasized the need to communicate with the Russian president, despite the difference of opinion. At the same time, he pointed out the futility of negotiations until Putin himself understands that hostilities must be ended.

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“As difficult as it may be, direct communication is important, especially in times of crisis. I want our messages to reach the President of Russia directly, so that Russia takes responsibility. My clear message to him is that his strategy for Ukraine will not work. Putin must know what we require of him, which is why I believe that such conversations are important, including in the future,»,— said Scholz on August 17.

The position of the German chancellor on relations with Russia during the hostilities caused criticism both within the country and abroad. It was also connected with the fact that the Scholz government did not coordinate the supply of weapons to Ukraine for a long time.

In April, the leader of the opposition Christian Democratic Union (CDU) Friedrich Merz criticized Scholz for insufficient support for Ukraine. He noted that the chancellor “was silent and told only half the truth”, and also delayed the supply of weapons to Kyiv, so society in Germany and abroad quickly ceased to perceive him as a person with strong and strategic thinking and lost confidence in him.

Later, the Ukrainian ambassador to Germany, Andriy Melnyk, reproached Scholz for the “slackness of politics.” He recalled that since February 24, not a single representative of the German government has come to Ukraine, and Scholz himself, who lacks courage, has adopted a strategy of “wait and see.”

The head of the German government rejected accusations of insufficient assistance for Ukraine. He explained the delay in the supply of weapons by the preparation of the Ukrainian military for their use. On June 16, Scholz, together with French President Emmanuel Macron and Italian Prime Minister Mario Draghi, arrived in Kyiv and met with Ukrainian leader Volodymyr Zelensky.

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Reuters learned about the possible agreement on the ceiling of oil prices from Russia

This may happen at the meeting of G7 finance ministers. They are expected to release a communiqué, but it is not clear if they will disclose the marginal price level for Russian oil

Finance ministers of the G7 countries on Friday may approve a plan to set an upper limit on prices for Russian oil, Reuters writes, citing sources. Western authorities hope that this will help deprive Russia of additional oil revenues that it receives due to increased prices, but at the same time maintain supplies.

An online ministerial meeting is scheduled for Friday, following which a communiqué is likely to be published, the agency writes.

“Agreement is likely”, — commented an official from one of the G7 countries. At the same time, he noted that it is not clear how many details will be disclosed in the communique, for example, whether a price ceiling per barrel will be announced, above which countries will refuse to provide insurance services and financing for the cargo transportation of Russian oil.

The G7 includes UK, Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan and USA. According to the International Energy Agency (IEA) as of November 2021, Russia accounts for 11% of British oil imports, Canada— 0%, France— 13%, Germany— 30%, Italy— 13%, Japan— 3%, USA— 7%.

According to Reuters, some G7 officials believe that the imposition of new restrictions needs wider support, including large oil consumers China and India, who are unlikely to approve the price cap plan. At the same time, other officials say that China and India have already expressed interest in buying Russian oil at an even lower price than the G7 is going to set.

The agency notes that the effect of restrictions will largely depend on the UK, which covers about 95% of ship insurance.

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London has previously spoken out in support of new sanctions. Treasury Secretary Nadeem Zahavi said that the British government believes they can bring results, but that other countries, such as India, Turkey, South Africa and Norway, should be involved.

Moscow in response promised to take its own measures. In particular, Deputy Prime Minister Alexander Novak said that Russia would not supply oil and oil products to countries that would impose restrictions. He considered the proposals for the price of oil absurd and interference in market mechanisms. The head of the Central Bank, Elvira Nabiullina, also spoke about the fact that Russia, in the event of a ceiling being set, would not carry out deliveries.

President Vladimir Putin considered that Western countries themselves would suffer as a result, since “oil prices would skyrocket” ;.

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Grossi spoke about the damage to the buildings of the Zaporozhye nuclear power plant by shelling

The Zaporozhye nuclear power plant has been hit by shelling that has broken its physical integrity in several places, Grossi said. The IAEA intends to form a permanent mission at the station ) and (-webkit-min-device-pixel-ratio: 2), (max-width: 320px) and (min-resolution: 192dpi)” >

Rafael Grossi < p>The buildings of the Zaporozhye nuclear power plant were damaged by shelling, said the head of the International Atomic Agency, Rafael Grossi. The video in which he answers questions from journalists is posted on the Telegram of the Ukrainian Energoatom.

“It is obvious that the nuclear power plant, its physical shell was destroyed in several places. Accidentally, intentionally— we cannot evaluate it. But this is reality, — said Grossi.

According to him, the destruction of the station should not continue, regardless of what political views both sides profess.

“I have seen a lot. <…> Went to indoor units. He inspected emergency systems, diesel generators, block control panels in several power units and other elements. We chose a few key areas that I was able to carefully examine,— told Grossi.

According to him, IAEA experts will remain at the station until September 4-5 to collect more technical information about its condition and prepare an inspection report. “After that, we plan to form something like a permanent representation of the IAEA at the plant, so that experts give us a constant, objective assessment of what is happening at the plant,” — informed Grossi.

Also, according to him, he met with residents of Energodar and station workers, whom he informed that the IAEA would not leave them without support. Grossi added that the IAEA experts intend to stay at the Zaporozhye nuclear power plant to observe the developments.

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Since the end of February, the nuclear power plant, located in the city of Energodar on the banks of the Dnieper, has been under the control of Russian forces, but formally it is still run by employees of the Ukrainian Energoatom.

Since mid-July, the military-civilian administration of Energodar has been reporting almost daily about shelling of the station by the Ukrainian military. Kyiv, in response, blames Moscow for the shelling.

IAEA experts arrived at the nuclear power plant the day before, on September 1, they arrived at the nuclear power plant through Kyiv. The IAEA plans to assess the state of the station and the risks to its safety. On the day of the arrival of the delegation, the Russian Ministry of Defense reported on the landing of Ukrainian troops on the coast of the Kakhovka reservoir near the nuclear power plant, as well as shelling of the territory of the station and the meeting place of the IAEA delegation. The department called it a provocation by Kyiv aimed at disrupting the visit of the IAEA staff.

According to the head of the military-civilian administration of Energodar Alexander Volga, after the experts arrived at the station, shelling from Ukraine did not stop, but their intensity decreased. Also, according to him, shelling of the residential sector of the city has rolled over.

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What did the assassination attempt on the Vice President of Argentina look like? Video

In Argentina, a man tried to kill Vice President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner. However, the gun misfired. What the assassination attempt looked like and what is known about it – in the RBC video

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Prime Minister of Ukraine announced the need for a “cold shower” for the Russians

Prime Minister of Ukraine Shmyhal called for a ban on the issuance of tourist and study visas to Russians According to him, 80% of the Russian population supports a special operation in Ukraine, so Russians should not be divided into “good and bad” and entry into Western countries should be banned for all

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Divide Russians “into good and bad” will not work, Russian society needs a “cold shower” in the form of stopping the issuance of tourist and study visas, Prime Minister of Ukraine Denys Shmyhal said in an interview with dpa.

“Unfortunately, polls show that about 80% of Russians support a war against our country. Unfortunately, this is not only [Russian President Vladimir] Putin's war,— he claims. Therefore, it is unacceptable for Kyiv that, while Russian soldiers are participating in hostilities on the territory of the country, other citizens of the country “finely arrange their lives in the West, go on vacation.”

In August, President Volodymyr Zelensky called on Western states to close entry for all Russians— in his opinion, this is the only way to influence Putin. The idea was supported in Lithuania, Latvia, Estonia, Poland, Finland. France, Germany, and the United States spoke out against the restrictions. EU Ambassador to Russia Markus Ederer felt that a ban on the issuance of Schengen visas would not help end the military conflict in Ukraine.

At a meeting on 30 & ndash; 31 August, EU foreign ministers could not agree on a complete ban , but countries were allowed to take measures to reduce the tourist flow from Russia at the national level. The European Union also decided to completely suspend the visa facilitation agreement with Russia. When this happens, the fees for Russians will increase from €35 to €80, and the application processing time may increase.

The Kremlin called the decision ridiculous and warned that it would lead to negative consequences for both Russians and Europeans. Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov stressed that Moscow, in response to the attempts of the EU countries to build the “Schengen walls” will not impose restrictions on Europeans.

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The Federation Council allowed a “big war in Europe” because of the actions of the Baltic countries

Senator Andrey Klimov: the authorities of the Baltic countries can provoke a “big war” in Europe =”(max-width: 320px) and (-webkit-min-device-pixel-ratio: 2), (max-width: 320px) and (min-resolution: 192dpi)” >

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The actions of the Baltic countries can provoke a “big war” in Europe, Andrey Klimov, deputy chairman of the Foreign Affairs Committee of the Federation Council, wrote on his Telegram channel.

“The Baltic neighbors are clearly doing everything so that we demilitarize them too. Confident— Can. The only problem is that the Baltic political gnomes can still provoke the fourth (from Napoleon to Hitler) big war in Europe, — said the senator.

According to Klimov, then Russia “will not only have to expand the territory of the NMD, but enter into a real war with a dangerous and diverse external aggressor.” He expressed confidence that there are forces and means for this.

“But after 77 years, is it worth it for anyone to start a new war with nuclear-missile Russia, invincible in principle?”,— Klimov noted.

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Shoigu spoke about the ongoing counter-offensive of Ukraine

Ukraine continues to attempt an offensive in the Kherson region, as in previous days, but these attempts do not bring success to the Armed Forces of Ukraine, says Shoigu

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< p>The attempt of the Ukrainian offensive in the Nikolaev-Kryvyi Rih and other directions continues, the enemy suffers significant losses, Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu said at a conference call.

Shoigu said that the offensive attempts were planned by Zelensky's office only in order to create “Western curators” the illusion of the ability of the Ukrainian military to conduct an offensive.

According to Shoigu, in August, Russian forces hit 174 command posts of the Armed Forces of the brigade and battalion levels. 601 units of heavy weapons and artillery systems, mostly of Western production, were destroyed.

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

In the Donbass, Shoigu said, Russian forces, together with the forces of the DPR and LPR, managed to “hack into an echeloned and engineered defense of the nationalists.

“Over the past two weeks, the Russian Armed Forces, together with units of the people's militia of the Luhansk and Donetsk people's republics, have taken control of a large defense center of the Armed Forces of Ukraine in the village of Pe‌ski»,— said the head of the Ministry of Defense.

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The Russian Ministry of Defense announced full control over Kherson on March 2. Now Russian forces control the Kherson region almost entirely. In addition, Russian troops occupied large parts of the Zaporozhye region (excluding the city of Zaporozhye itself), as well as the Kharkov region.

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Shoigu announced the hacking of the defense of the Armed Forces of Ukraine in Peski

Over the past two weeks, the Russian armed forces and units of the people's militia of the DPR and LPR have taken control of a large defense center of the Armed Forces of Ukraine in the village of Peski, Russian Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu said at a conference call.

engineered defense of the nationalists,— the minister said. According to him, the Ukrainian army left a lot of weapons and wounded during the retreat. The last Russian doctors provided medical assistance.

In the Aleksandrovka area, the allied forces reached the administrative border of the Nikolaev region, occupying the village of Blagodatnoye, Shoigu added.

On August 13, the Ministry of Defense reported that the settlement of Peski in Donbas was “completely liberated” as a result of the offensive of the allied forces.

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The Pope announced the beginning of the third world war

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Pope Francis declared that mankind had entered the third world war. He said this while talking about the anniversary of the German invasion of Poland in 1939.

The Pontiff noted that the Second World War had a very painful effect on all Poles.

“And today we experiencing the third. Let the memory of past experience push you to cultivate peace in yourself, in your family, in public and international life,” said Pope Francis.

The day before, ex-deputy of the Verkhovna Rada Taras Chernovol announced “intellectual limitations” ; dads. In his opinion, he showed his “squeamishness” when he accused NATO of escalating the conflict in Ukraine.

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Shoigu: Ukraine’s echeloned defense in Donbas was hacked

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The allied forces hacked the layered defense of the Armed Forces of Ukraine (AFU) in the Donbass, the head of the Russian Defense Ministry Sergey shared the details Shoigu.

According to the minister, over the past two weeks, the Russian army, together with units of the people's militia of the LPR and the DPR, took control of a large defense center of the Ukrainian army in the village of Peski. “The defense of the nationalists, which was echeloned and prepared in engineering terms, was hacked,” Shoigu said, noting that during the retreat of the Armed Forces of Ukraine they left a lot of weapons and wounded. Russian military doctors provided assistance to all the victims.

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Medvedev held a meeting on the implementation of the state defense order

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Deputy Chairman of the Security Council of the Russian Federation Dmitry Medvedev today discussed with representatives of industry and the Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation during a meeting the implementation of the state defense order.

According to Medvedev's secretariat, he also visited the Tactical Missiles Corporation, where he inspected the main production power. Medvedev was also shown the products manufactured by the enterprise.

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Shoigu: Russia has no heavy weapons in the zone of the Zaporozhye nuclear power plant

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During a conference call, Russian Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu announced that there were no heavy weapons of the Russian army.

“The Ukrainian authorities openly lie that the Russian Armed Forces, hiding behind important energy facilities, are shelling the Armed Forces of Ukraine from long-range artillery systems. I responsibly declare that we do not have heavy weapons on the territory of the nuclear power plant and in the surrounding areas, ”Shoigu said.

He hopes that representatives of the IAEA mission will verify this personally.

Except In addition, the head of the defense department stressed that since mid-July, the Ukrainian army has been regularly attacking the infrastructure of the Zaporozhye nuclear power plant, using weapons supplies from the West.

According to Shoigu, since July 18, the Armed Forces of Ukraine have recorded 29 attacks on the territory of the power plant, as well as 120 artillery shells were fired and 16 kamikaze drones were used.

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Shoigu: Ukraine suffered heavy losses during the offensive

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During a conference call at the Russian Ministry of Defense, the head of the department, Sergei Shoigu, said that Russian troops were in the Kherson-Nikolaev direction in near Aleksandrovka, they reached the administrative border of the Nikolaev region.

“The settlement of Blagodatnoye has been liberated,” Shoigu said.

The minister said that the Armed Forces of Ukraine continue to attempt an offensive in the Nikolaev-Krivoy Rog and other directions. “The enemy is suffering significant losses,” he said.

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Tokayev announced a new economic course for Kazakhstan

During a message to the people of Kazakhstan, President Kassym-Zhomart Tokayev proclaimed a new economic course that involves moving away from excessive state interference.

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During a message to the people of Kazakhstan, President Kassym-Jomart Tokayev proclaimed a new economic course that involves moving away from excessive state intervention.

According to him, the basic goal remains unchanged economic policy – an inclusive and qualitative increase in the well-being of citizens of Kazakhstan.

“In the new course, the priorities of the economic course will be: the development of competition (providing equal opportunities for everyone) and the stimulation of private entrepreneurial initiative (a move away from excessive state intervention in the economy and state capitalism),” Tokayev said.

He specified that one of the main factors would be a fair distribution of national income. Among other things, the head of Kazakhstan proposed to introduce a tax on luxury, which should not affect the middle class.

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The lawyer revealed why Gorbachev agreed to shoot in a pizza commercial

Lawyer Sergei Zhorin said that at the moment social networks are actively ironic about Gorbachev's participation in advertising shootings.

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Lawyer Sergei Zhorin in his Telegram channel said that at the moment social networks are actively ironic about Gorbachev's participation in advertising shootings.

He specified that in 1997 Gorbachev was in dire need of money. He was already earning a little by lecturing, and hyperinflation had eaten away his entire pension. At that moment, he received an offer to shoot in a pizza commercial. According to media reports, the budget for the video and Gorbachev's fee was about one million dollars.

“Everyone evaluates his activities in a different way, but one thing is for sure: during his presidency, he did not get rich with super-wealth. At the same time, modern officials can only laugh at this: “I couldn’t even steal my pension,” Zhorin noted.

Earlier it was reported that Russian singer Yuri Loza said that he would never dedicate his song to the deceased former president USSR Mikhail Gorbachev. In his opinion, Gorbachev “torn apart” the country and inflicted enormous damage on it with his initiatives and reforms.

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Ukrainian court sentenced Russian tanker to 8.5 years in prison

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According to the Office of the Prosecutor General of Ukraine, the commander of the 35th tank was sentenced to 8.5 years in the country of a separate guards motorized rifle brigade of the Armed Forces of the Russian Federation.

The Chernihiv regional prosecutor's office accused him of violating the laws and customs of war.

As specified, earlier a Russian soldier was captured by the Ukrainian military, his name and his last name is not known.

Let us recall that earlier a Kyiv court sentenced Russian serviceman Vadim Shishimarin to life in prison. He was accused of premeditated murder of a civilian in the Sumy region. On May 31, Alexander Bobykin and Alexander Ivanov were sentenced to 11 years in the Armed Forces of the Russian Federation, they were accused of shelling a residential building in the Kharkiv region from the Grad system.

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Drone filmed footage of close combat between DPR fighters and Ukrainian military

The Military Chronicle Telegram channel has published a video provided by war correspondent Andrei Filatov. The footage shows close combat with the use of small arms and hand grenades between soldiers from the assault battalion of the DPR and Ukrainian servicemen of the SSO (Special Operations Forces).

The shootout took place on the territory of the fortified area of ​​the Armed Forces of Ukraine in Pervomaisky, on the Donetsk ring road.< /p>

“After the retreat, the Ukrainian fighters dispersed, so our fighters have to literally pick out the VSE soldiers from the“ fox holes ” dug under the asphalt surface. Bullets fly not even a few meters, but a dozen centimeters. And all that can be seen separates the embankment. Automatic bursts and grenade explosions. Now that's close combat!” – noted in the publication.

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The words of the head of the German Foreign Ministry about the support of Ukraine angered the Germans

German Foreign Minister Annalena Burbock has come under heavy criticism after her statement, in which she assured that she will keep her promise to the citizens of Ukraine, even if her German voters do not like it very much.

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“I promised the citizens of Ukraine that we would be with them as long as necessary, and I want to keep this promise. It doesn’t matter what my German voters think,” is the very statement of Berbo that shocked many German politicians, RIA Novosti reports.

Thus, the Bundestag deputy, the former head of the parliamentary faction of the Left passages the minister is a “danger” for Germany.

“The head of the Foreign Ministry, who rejects diplomacy and despises protesters against the consequences of insane sanctions with the words “Ukraine is above everything, and citizens are indifferent”, is a complete failure!”, – said the Bundestag deputy from Left Party Sevim Dagdelen.

“He who obviously doesn't care about the interests of the German voters has no place as a minister anymore. We need a diplomat who will defend the interests of the citizens of Germany and advocate for peace between Russia and Ukraine,” added the co-chair of the “Alternative for Germany” Alisa Weidel.

 

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British media: Kyiv will not be able to recover from the unsuccessful counteroffensive on Kherson

The Ukrainian army will not be able to recover from an unsuccessful counteroffensive attempt in the Kherson direction, says Robert Fox, a columnist for the British Evening Standard.

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In his article, he notes that the attempt of the Armed Forces of Ukraine to counterattack Russian positions was rather symbolic and was not of a strategic nature. The author also emphasizes that Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky made this decision, despite the fact that many military advisers opposed it.

The publication concludes that Zelensky decided to become military out of fear of losing the support of allies , especially the European Union, where they do not see the successes of the Armed Forces of Ukraine.

“A defeat at the mouth of the Dnieper would be a failure, from which it would be difficult for the current Kiev authorities to recover,” Fox explained.

< strong>Read:Drone filmed footage of close combat between DPR fighters and Ukrainian military

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The mayor of Snigirevka Barbashov: after the unsuccessful counteroffensive of the Armed Forces of Ukraine in Nikolaev, the morgues are overcrowded

Snigirevka Mayor Yury Barbashov reported that the morgues located in Nikolaev became overcrowded.

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The Mayor of Snigirevka Yuriy Barbashov, in an interview with RIA Novosti, said that the morgues located in Nikolaev became overcrowded after a failed counteroffensive attempt by Ukrainian troops.

“At the moment, all the morgues are full. There are big problems with clean water, donated blood and providing for the wounded who arrived in Nikolaev,” Barbashov said.

According to him, the Armed Forces of Ukraine tried to launch a counteroffensive in the area of ​​​​the city of Snigirevka. Most likely, this attack had a distracting character, because the main blow was delivered to the north.

“The consequences of these attacks for the Armed Forces of Ukraine turned out to be very difficult. According to my information, about 400 wounded were admitted to the hospital of the Ministry of Internal Affairs, located in Nikolaev. The situation is similar in the BSMP. In total, about two thousand wounded were delivered to city hospitals,” Barbashov emphasized.

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The opposition criticized the head of the German Foreign Ministry because of the support of Ukraine

In Germany, representatives of the parties “Alternative for Germany”, “Left” and CDU “Christian Democratic Union” criticized the words of Foreign Minister Annalena Berbock.

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In Germany, representatives of the parties “Alternative for Germany”, “Left” and CDU “Christian Democratic Union” criticized the words of Foreign Minister Annalena Burbock about supporting Ukraine, regardless of whether what the locals think.

Bundestag deputy Sarah Wagenknecht said on social networks that Burbock is making a “blatant mistake that threatens great danger” for the whole of Germany. In particular, she clarified that Burbock represents the interests of Ukrainians, and not German citizens.

In turn, CDU representative Norbert Rettgen noted that Burbock should choose good arguments instead of ultimatum forms. Alternative for Germany co-chair Alisa Weidel believes that Burbock should be fired because she “spits on the interests of German voters.”

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The Embassy of the Russian Federation commented on the publication of the State Department about Simonyan

The Russian Embassy in Washington reacted to the publication of the US State Department about the editor-in-chief of the Rossiya Segodnya media group and RT Margarita Simonyan.

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The Russian Embassy in Washington reacted to the publication of the US State Department about the editor-in-chief of the Rossiya Segodnya media group and RT Margarita Simonyan.

The diplomatic department noted that the publication of representatives of the State Department is a manifestation jealousy over the confidence of the foreign public in the Russian press.

“The material posted on the website of the US State Department is yet another example of frenzied attempts to denigrate our journalists for truthful coverage of international events. The State Department has shown jealousy over the trust and sympathy of the foreign public for the Russian media,” the embassy said.

Among other things, representatives of the diplomatic department recommended that Western colleagues stop “engaging in propaganda, the results of which are a priori insignificant.”

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Russian special operation in Ukraine: online broadcast on September 2

Reports of the Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation, testimonies of correspondents, world reaction

It is the 191st day since the beginning of the special operation in Ukraine. The day before, Ukrainian paratroopers tried to land near Energodar in order to disrupt the IAEA mission to the Zaporozhye nuclear power plant. Russian troops killed about 60 people. Three servicemen of the Armed Forces of Ukraine were taken prisoner. The head of the IAEA and his staff still visited the station. Rafael Grossi said he saw everything he wanted to. Moscow requested a meeting of the UN Security Council on the situation at the Zaporozhye NPP for September 6. Deputy Prime Minister of the Russian Federation Alexander Novak promised that Russia would stop supplying oil and oil products to countries that would impose a price ceiling on its oil. Read the previous broadcast here.

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12:11 The main thing from the statements of Russian Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu at a conference call in the department:

– From the beginning special operations destroyed about 3 thousand foreign mercenaries;

– Russian troops reached the administrative border of the Nikolaev region in the area of ​​Aleksandrovka. Blagodatnoye settlement liberated;

– The southern counter-offensive of the Armed Forces of Ukraine has the only goal — create an illusion in the West of Kyiv's ability to resist Russia. The enemy suffers significant losses;

– Ukrainian attacks on the Zaporozhye nuclear power plant pose a real threat of catastrophe in Europe, in fact it is nuclear terrorism;

– The echeloned defense of the nationalists in the Donbass was hacked, Sands were taken.< /p>

11:43 Director IAEA General Rafael Grossi made statements after yesterday's visit to the Zaporozhye NPP:

–  The IAEA inspected the emergency systems, diesel generators, NPP block shields and other elements;

– A group of experts will remain at the Zaporozhye NPP until September 4 or 5 to assess the situation;

– Safety concerns The NPP will remain until the situation stabilizes;

– The physical integrity of the Zaporozhye NPP has been violated several times, but it has not yet been possible to assess whether it was accidental or intentional;

– The safety of the Zaporozhye NPP should not be violated, IAEA expects to introduce a mechanism to ensure it.

11:41 The Russian Air Defense Forces on Friday allegedly launched at least 10 missiles into the sky over Kherson, a TASS correspondent reports. Traces of air defense missiles, sounds of explosions are heard.

11:13 Two people were killed as a result of a strike by Ukrainian troops on an apartment building in Kherson, the press service of the regional administration reported.

11:09 Russia has proposed extending until March 31, 2023 the zero rates on the import of certain types of products into the territory of the Eurasian Economic Union (EAEU).

10:45 Member of the Main Council of the Administration of the Zaporozhye Region Vladimir Rogov reported on Kyiv's failed attempt to introduce its spies and saboteurs under the guise of journalists into the IAEA delegation to the Zaporozhye NPP.

10:04 The losses incurred during the NMD forced the Armed Forces of Ukraine to transfer T-64BM2 tanks to the line of clashes. They were released in a limited edition for the parade in August 2021

09:56 Setting a price cap on Russian oil could lead to the collapse of the entire market, warned the Russian embassy in the United States.

09:51 AFU fired five missiles at Melitopol. The air defense system went off.

09:48Prime Minister of Ukraine Denys Shmygal called on the European Union to introduce visa restrictions on Russians in order to give them a “cold shower”.

09:44 Germany should supply modern Leopard 2 battle tanks to the republic , and the USA – M1 Abrams tanks. This demand was made by the Prime Minister of Ukraine Denys Shmygal.

09:34 The Russian Ministry of Defense showed footage of the combat work of the crews of the Ka-52 helicopters of the army aviation of the Eastern Military District during the NMD.< /p>

08:50 After shelling by Ukrainian troops, four people died in the DPR in a day. Eight more were wounded, including two children.

08:36 The Ukrainian Agrarian Company's water elevator, located in the Kherson region, was destroyed by missile strikes by the Armed Forces of Ukraine. A huge amount of grain has been destroyed.

07:53 German Chancellor Olaf Scholz said at a meeting with Essen residents that he wants to continue negotiations with Russian President Vladimir Putin. He stressed that he is in close cooperation with the Russian leader.

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