Turkish Ziraat Bank announced the continuation of servicing Mir cards

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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The DPR proposed to conduct electronic voting in the referendum

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Earlier, Topnews wrote that the media data appeared about billionaires who are part of Nazarbayev's entourage.

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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Volunteer battalions will be formed in Zaporozhye

Head of the administration of the Zaporozhye region Yevgeny Balitsky signed a decree on the formation of volunteer battalions in the region. The head of the CAA announced this in his Telegram channel.

“Based on numerous requests from the residents of the region, I signed a decree on the formation of volunteer battalions in the Zaporozhye region,” – said Balitsky. 

The head of the CAA explained that the inhabitants of Zaporozhye are ready with arms in hand to defend the future of their region. He added that  many residents of the Zaporozhye region are already fighting on the borders as part of the armed forces of the Russian Federation.

Earlier the head of the Chechen Republic Ramzan Kadyrov said that the authorities of all Russian regions should train a thousand volunteers to help solve problems special operations in Ukraine.

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The Ministry of Labor did not support the idea of ​​spending maternity capital to buy a car

The Ministry of Labor did not support the idea of ​​using maternity capital funds to buy a car. This is reported by RIA Novosti with reference to the first deputy head of the State Duma Committee on Education, Yana Lantratova.

The ministry's response to the deputy's request says that the implementation of this proposal could lead to abuse in terms of the use of mother capital funds and to the inefficient use of budgetary allocations from the federal budget.

It is also emphasized that the ability to use mother's capital to buy a car will only temporarily improve the living conditions of families with children, since the purchase of a car entails additional expenses from the family budget for its maintenance.

In addition, the possibility of buying a car for maternity capital carries a number of risks. The department explained that when spending these funds on the acquisition of property, a written obligation is provided for registration of property in the common property of spouses and children.

« car capital into the shared ownership of both parents, the task of observing the rights of children to own this property is not solved. At the same time, the establishment of a direct ban on the transfer or disposal of this property also does not ensure the observance of the rights of all family members, including children, in the event of a family breakup,” the document summarized.

Earlier, Russian leader Vladimir Putin signed a law that allows maternity capital funds to be used to pay for education provided by individual entrepreneurs. In particular, parents will be able to use this money to pay for a private kindergarten.

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The doctor told who is at risk for colds

People with chronic diseases and cardiovascular pathologies are most likely to catch a cold, a pediatrician of the highest category, a member of the Union of Pediatricians of Russia, Maryam Sayfulina, told RIAMO.

According to her, at risk are people with chronic diseases, including chronic nasopharyngitis, bronchitis and tracheitis, as well as those who “have hay fever and respiratory allergies”.

People with cardiovascular pathologies also often get sick , vegetovascular dystonia, with secondary immunodeficiency, persistence of the virus in the form of a cytomegalovirus infection or a herpetic viral infection.

“These are all those risk groups when in the autumn-winter period you need to pay special attention and raise people's immunity”, — said the doctor.

Earlier, the general practitioner, cardiologist, endocrinologist Tatyana Romanenko told how to prepare for the autumn vaccination and for whom it is contraindicated.

A month ago, Russian doctors predicted the early start of the flu season in Russia .

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The lawyer explained how mobilization can take place if it is announced

Mobilization is a complex and multi-stage process. This was stated to aif.ru by lawyer Dmitry Agranovsky, who specializes in criminal cases and international law.

Recall that on September 20, the State Duma immediately approved in the second and third readings amendments to the bill, according to which the concepts of « mobilization”, “martial law” and “wartime”.

“Mobilization is a process that has many aspects. Military mobilization may be complete and may be partial. There was no complete mobilization even during the Great Patriotic War. Further, mobilization in a broad sense implies industrial, economic, organizational, political mobilization of forces, and only in the last place – the mass dispatch of conscripts to participate in hostilities,” the specialist explained.

Based on the new amendments, when announcing “mobilization” regime, “martial law”; or “wartime” for some crimes can face up to 15 years in prison. Such crimes include looting, voluntary surrender, and unauthorized abandonment of a unit.

“This is an absolutely normal practice. If you open the criminal code of the RSFSR, then all such articles provided for punishment up to the death penalty. Just imagine that someone commits such crimes during, say, the siege of Leningrad. I think such terms are quite adequate for the danger of what they have done,” concluded Agranovsky.

Earlier, Senator Olga Kovitidi, a member of the Federation Council committee on constitutional legislation and state building, said that amendments to introduce new concepts into the Criminal Code do not mean mobilization in Russia .

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Business people. The Timchenko Foundation will support local communities in the outback

More than half of Russia's population lives outside the big cities. There are no huge budgets, and often there are no enterprises either. But there are initiative people — they unite in communities and themselves transform life around. The Timchenko Foundation presented its new strategy.

Uncle Petya Courchevel and others like him

People of action — Who are they? Are only businessmen or top managers who “privatized” in recent years, this phraseological unit? There are, after all, completely different people — they are out of business, but they are engaged in no less important matters. Each, for his part, makes life in his town or village better, more interesting, richer.

Lives in the Udmurt village of Debesy Sergey Vasiliev, works as a dispatcher for a local power plant, and plays chess in his spare time. No, not only for his own pleasure, but also trains the local children, teaches fellow villagers to teach chess, so that they also study with children. Through his (and now his associates) efforts, the whole of Udmurtia began to play chess with pleasure, and Debesy turned into its chess capital.

Sergei Vasiliev, who made Debesy the chess capital of Udmurtia, with his pupil. Photo: Timchenko Foundation

Pyotr Grigoriev, 78-year-old pensioner from Sorochinsk, Orenburg region — former engineer. Therefore, to this day, he is making something. Countrymen began to call him “Uncle Petya Courchevel” after he and his friends created a ski base there with their own hands. A lift was built on a slope suitable for descent. Both children and pensioners ride — free and healthy. True, Uncle Petya first checks their school grades for children — and allows only good and excellent students. 

Uncle Petya Courchevel (Pyotr Grigoriev) at a photo exhibition timed to coincide with the presentation of the Timchenko Foundation's new strategy and the premiere of the film “People of Action”. Photo: Timchenko Foundation

Marina Kabakovafrom the village of Kyzym, Beloyarsky District, Khanty-Mansiysk Autonomous Okrug — Yugra — museum worker. At some point, she decided that the traditional culture of the Khanty could bring the village out of depression. With small steps, involving local residents and like-minded people, she was able to create an ethnopark where folk rituals and crafts are revived, where national holidays are held with the participation of even the smallest Kyzyms, where tourists come, providing additional income for the park.

< strong>Yulia Buldakova— from Tulun, Irkutsk region, the same one that the whole country learned about a few years ago when a terrible flood occurred there. She and her associates participated in the restoration of the city and breathed new life into it — revive the glass industry. In Soviet times, there was a large glass factory here, which provided the inhabitants with work, and the whole country — glass goods. In the 1990s, it went bankrupt and gradually collapsed. Julia found masters who did not forget the secrets of glass making. On the ruins of the factory, he collects glass “ingots”, which are used to make a variety of products — brooches, pendants, artistic dishes. Glass has become a “brand” again cities, a museum and a workshop have appeared, where they create new masterpieces and show guests how they are made.

Father of many children Yuri Zmeikovfrom Ryazan, he brings up both his own and adopted children. Knowing how difficult it is, he organized the Association of Foster Parents. And recently he became the director of the new Center for Family and Childhood in the village of Polyany, Ryazan Region, where children and their parents can receive support, as well as attend various circles and sections.

The Elena and Gennady Charitable Foundation supports such extraordinary people in business Timchenko. All of them at different times received grants from the foundation, and now they have become the heroes of the film almanac “People of Action”. Directed by Vladimir Golovnevwith great love for the characters, subtle humor and high professionalism, he created and combined 5 short stories into one documentary. 

Director of the film almanac “People of Action” Vladimir Golovnev. Photo: Timchenko Foundation

Together with the heroes of the film, other “people of action” who came to Moscow from different regions of the country watched it in one breath. It is a pity that there are no such heroes of our time and their stories on our federal TV channels. After all, they deserve to be known about, and their results would inspire others and encourage them to start doing business too.

In the meantime, the film is posted on RuTube.

Active communities of small territories

The people gathered in the hall, — these are mainly long-term partners of the fund, its friends and beneficiaries. It was to them that Chairman of the Supervisory Board Ksenia Frankand CEO of the fund Maria Morozova presented the new strategy on September 15.

Over the 12 years of operation, the Timchenko Foundation has supported 4,461 projects with a total budget of RUB 6.9 billion. They were carried out in 80 regions of the country and were carried out as part of the strategic programs: “Older Generation”, “Sport”, “Family and Children”, “Culture”. 

General Director of the Timchenko Foundation Maria Morozova presented the results of 12 years of work. Photo: Timchenko Foundation

In the course of the work, it became obvious that attention should be paid to small areas, where even small projects give impetus to development. It became clear that it is important to support local communities, because it is together that people achieve impressive results. It became clear that local activists are a good support in the regions.

There have also been external changes — for example, a number of topics that the foundation started were taken over by the state and the non-profit sector. And the new challenges facing the country also require a review of actions. For these reasons, the fund decided that it was time to reconsider the strategy.

“We believe in a society in which every person has the opportunity to live with dignity in an atmosphere of cooperation and mutual support. We go where there are the least resources, we solve complex social problems. We create conditions for the development and support of those who treat people around them responsibly, acutely feel their problems and spare no effort to improve their lives, — this is the updated mission of the foundation, which was voiced by Maria Morozova.

Ksenia Frank, Chairman of the Supervisory Board of the Timchenko Foundation, spoke about the new strategy. Photo: Timchenko Foundation

Now the fund will focus on work in small areas (up to 200 thousand inhabitants). There, families' incomes are 30% less than in the city, the lack of infrastructure is growing, and people are leaving. But those who remain, not wanting to join the flow of the metropolis, — much closer to each other, and this helps to form active and ready-to-do communities. 

Further work of the foundation will be carried out in two directions: “Care in the immediate environment”; and Child and Adolescent Development. Focus — on vulnerable older people and families, children and adolescents. 

Local communities, on whose potential the Timchenko Foundation stakes, can do a lot, including helping those who are close to them and need help. And they know it better than social services — because everyone is on the lookout. The pandemic has clearly demonstrated what a powerful potential lies in them. 

This means that communities are able to help families in crisis cope with the problem so that their children stay at home, and not placed in social institutions. Now in the country, 20% of families (3.5 million) need help, but, unfortunately, they do not always receive it in a timely manner, according to the fund, so the problems are aggravated, and children can even be taken away by guardianship authorities: 28 thousand children today are temporarily placed in social institutions.

Such communities can also help the elderly. After all, 53% of people over 65 in our country are lonely, some have poor eyesight and cannot buy food, some do not go out in winter, afraid to fall, and the majority do not have enough strength to do the cleaning or chop wood. But only 3.6% of older people in need receive support from social services.

It's all — about the first direction of further work. And within the framework of the second direction — “Development of children and adolescents” — the fund will help the younger generation to fully develop in local communities. After all, more than half of all schoolchildren in the country study in small areas where there are not enough “significant adults”, high-quality additional education and leisure. By supporting projects in education and sports, training mentors, and involving local communities in working with children and adolescents, the foundation will help change this situation. 

Ksenia Frank and Maria Morozova believe that the local communities that receive support will become more active , more noticeable, more successful — After all, the fund already has real results. During his work, he supported 900 organizations across the country. And its “graduates”, some of whom gathered for the presentation of the new strategy and the film almanac “People of Action”, will become mentors for other NGOs, TOSs, and initiative groups, passing on their experience to them. And the foundation's new slogan “Time to act together” reflects the belief of his team in the power of unification and solidarity.

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The State Duma is considering the issue of transferring icons from museums to the church

The State Duma is preparing amendments to laws that will allow icons from museums to be donated to churches, Interfax reports.

This was announced by the deputy chairman of the Duma inter-factional working group on improving legislation on the protection of Christian values Sergei Gavrilov.

According to him, there are currently tens of thousands of icons in the storerooms of museums, which are “inaccessible to believers and no one sees them.”

The deputy recalled that the icons, located in museums are a national treasure that is owned by the state.

“So it is necessary that the obligations for the restoration and protection of these icons remain the functions of the state,” Gavrilov noted.

Earlier it was reported that the head of the All-Russian motorcycle club “Night Wolves” Alexander Zaldastanov (Surgeon) handed over the icon of St. Peter of Cetinje from Montenegro to the Russian Orthodox Church.

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I gave the word to Alena. Zhanna saved the children of a deceased neighbor, and they were returned to the DPR

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Two orphans, guardianship authorities g. Shakhtyorsk (DPR) was returned from Russia to the republic engulfed in fire. Officials, under various pretexts, do not allow the neighbor of the deceased mother, who saved the babies, to arrange guardianship.

Volunteer from Taganrog Larisa helped the family of Zhanna Lukoyanovaand to leave the combat zone and settle in Russia.

But all her works have not yet brought results — children from Russia, by decision of the guardianship authorities of the city of Shakhtersk (DPR), were forcibly sent back to Donetsk People's Republic.  it's hard to believe — but it is so.

Thanks to volunteer Larisa, I phoned Zhanna, who returned with family from Russia to Mariupol to find the children of a neighbor…

The dead 24-year-old Alena Skvortsova, her two children were saved by Zhanna's family. Photo: Personal archive of Zhanna Lukoyanova.

The death of a pregnant Alena

Zhanna Lukoyanova lived in a dormitory in the city of Mariupol at 14 Gugelya Street. Ukrainian troops.

In April, her family — mother, invalid without a leg, second cousin, two minor children — and about 40 more people were escaping the bombings in the basement of the dormitory.

In the her neighbor Alena Skvortsova, pregnant at fifth month, with two small children.< /p>

7 April Alyona came out of the cellar to put the kettle on the fire. At that time, a Ukrainian shell exploded in the yard.

Alena's legs were hit by shrapnel. She crawled to the entrance to the basement, the last person she saw was Zhanna's eldest son Vladislav. She asked the young man to take care of her children.

The 24-year-old girl died from blood loss. It was not possible to bury her under constant shelling, so the body was covered with a blanket, she was left lying on the street near the house.

Artem and Dasha Skvortsov, who were deported from Russia to the DPR by Shakhtyorsk's guardianship. Photo: Personal archive of Zhanna Lukoyanova.

So her children, Artem and Daria Skvortsovs(5 and 6 years), were orphaned.

 I made a promise to myself not to leave Alena's children to the arbitrariness of fate, to take custody of them myself, because they have no relatives, — says aif. ru Zhanna. —  Artem and Daria grew up in me before my eyes. Alena herself is from an orphanage and it’s unlikely that she wished such a fate for her children.

Zhanna adds: “I dream of Alena, she asks to pick up the children.”

Search for Artem's documents and Dashi

Allied forces evacuated Zhanna and other inhabitants of the basement to the village of Bezymennoe (DPR).

The woman reported the situation to the nearby administration of Shakhtersk (DPR) and asked to give her temporary guardianship. Officials promised that they would make temporary guardianship.

A month later, Zhanna was informed that a birth certificate for the children was needed to complete the paperwork. But these papers remained in the basement.

May 20 Zhanna with sister and son went to Mariupol to find Artyom and Dasha's documents.

“We made our way through checkpoints, at this time” Azov people “surrendered” to Russian troops, “ — the woman remembers. — The Russian military didn let us go to the dormitory, they said that it was mined there. I explained to the officer that it was very necessary, because the children suspended — you need to find a  birth certificate».

Zhanna convinced the people in epaulettes, they were given an accompanying military man. To much disappointment, they didn found no documents in the basement, because it was total chaos.

Jeanne noticed that Alena's body continued to lie, covered with a blanket. A month and a half has passed since her death.

What is left of the hostel on Gugelya street, 14 in Mariupol. Photo: Personal archive of Zhanna Lukoyanova.

No body — no “document of death”

It was problematic to take the kids to Russia without documents. Therefore, the next time Zhanna arrived in Mariupol on June 4th, when the city was finally liberated.

In the basement, she found certificates of the birth of children!

The woman visited the police, where she explained the situation and asked Alena to be buried and issued a death certificate to Jeanne.

It turned out that the Ministry of Emergency Situations took the body, he was taken to the morgue. Then the ends broke off.

“To this day we can't find where Alena was buried, — Jeanne continues. — It became known that a DNA test was taken from the deceased before burial. Therefore, we with children traveled from Shakhtyorsk to Mariupol to take the DNA of children — this, I hope, will help to establish the place of burial of Alena.

The family provided birth certificates to the administration of Shakhtyorsk, but officials also demanded a certificate of death of the mother in order to formalize guardianship.

Until now, the place of Alena's burial has not been determined, which means there is no evidence of death. 

The children were returned to the war

The Lukoyanov family wanted to leave for Russia, the main reason — 70-year-old mother Zhanna Lyudmila Arkadyevnarequired medical attention. By this time, volunteers from Taganrog, Russia, were already helping the Lukoyanovs. Among them, the previously mentioned volunteer Larisa, and her compatriot — Taganrog resident Irina Stukalova from  the charitable organization  Good in Taganrog».

A family with two orphaned children moved into Taganrog, and then, after the distribution of migrants, they were poisoned to a temporary detention center (TAC) Kochubeevsky district of the Stavropol Territory.

As it turned out, this was a mistake. In  the TAC, the children were taken away from their family, they were identified in the orphanage in the village of Balakhonovskoe (Stavropol Territory).

"When we visited the kids, Artem and Dasha cried, asked to go home" — Zhanna says.

And then something strange happened — a decree came to the Stavropol orphanage, according to which the children must be deported to DPR…

That is again in the war zone, from where with with such great difficulty they were taken out.

When the family found out that the children had been deported to the DPR, everyone returned to their native Mariupol.

“Guardianship is unhappy that they took the children to Russia”

In Mariupol, the administration provided Lukoyanov with housing in a private house while the owners are away. Their  dormitory cannot be restored  — building will be demolished. The family cannot take away personal belongings there, because the second floor lay on the first floor and completely burned down.

"I assume that Shakhtersk's guardianship was unhappy with the fact that I took the children to Russia. They didn’t forbid it, but when I told the guardian that we were leaving for Russia tomorrow, she replied, “Go, but no one will let you out.” I I have confirmation of these words in SMS» — says Larisa.

Today, the Mariupol guardianship must submit an official request to the administration of the Kochubeevsky district of the Stavropol Territory to find out where the children are, where they were deported.

Zhanna is not told where the children are, but the family assumes that they were sent to an orphanage in Khartsyzsk (DPR).

According to  the they monitored the addresses of orphanages in the republic, and  ;the safest place — Khartsyzsk. The woman believes that the kids were hardly taken to Donetsk, where shelling does not stop, but Khartsyzsk — this is a deep rear.

Jeanne is not sitting idly — she filed documents for the recognition of the mother of the children as missing, which will give a chance to receive a document about Alenina's death.

A woman monitors the bases of buried Mariupol residents, morgue logs and photographs of unidentified corpses. So far, to no avail, where Alena is buried — not known.

«You see, I now have the meaning of life — fulfill a duty to the deceased Alena, — Jeanne confesses. — Any mother wouldn't abandon children under such circumstances. I knew Alena for many years, lived on the same floor, I have a second room, she — sixth. Her children grew up in me before my eyes».

The Presidential Commissioner for Children's Rights Maria Lvova-Belovaresponded to Janna's request to help her 

"The case of the children of the deceased Alena Skvortsova goes beyond all limits of human understanding, — she replied to Jeanne.        adults took many orphan children to Russia from the war zone, and everyone was given the right to guardianship without any problems. I ready to protect your interests. You saved        send  send requests to the head of the orphanage   ;20 "Hope" (Stavropol Territory) and Head of the Service for family and children g. Shakhtyorsk (DPR). We continue to follow the fates of Zhanna and Alena's children.

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Mercy without falsehood. How Moscow develops civil society

Weekly “Argumenty i Fakty” No. 38. Heating reason 21/09/2022

Moscow is actively developing civil society, involving more and more people in socially active activities aimed at helping others who find themselves in difficult life circumstances.

For example, many who were lucky enough to earn points in the recent promotion #ChooseTogether2022, they continue to transfer winnings to good deeds.

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There is no doubt that many will give money to charity – Muscovites have a generous soul. The winners of the previous four campaigns donated more than 98 million rubles to charitable foundations. In addition, 60 charitable organizations are not deprived of the attention of the residents of the capital, whose budget is replenished by caring citizens through a specialized service on mos.­ru. “Since the launch of this unique service, portal users have already sent more than 30 million rubles, making 89 thousand donations,” – notesYevgeny Kozlov, 1st Deputy Head of the Office of the Mayor and the Government of Moscow.

The funds donated to take care of children and adults with various rare diseases and developmental disabilities, large families, veterans, and the homeless. And the funds have already helped many. For example, the little wards of the Children-Butterflies Foundation and people with mental disabilities, who are taken care of by the Unity Foundation, helping to master crafts in special workshops.

How to become needed?

Residents are touched by the fate of the victims in the Donetsk and Lugansk People's Republics, and in 12 headquarters of the action “Moscow Helps” clothes, food, essentials are transferred to those who were forced to leave the house. Since the beginning of the operation of the headquarters, 900 tons of humanitarian aid have been sent to refugees. By the way, now they accept not only new, but also used things. They must be in good condition and dry-cleaned. Details will be announced at the hotline: +7 (499) 170-02-25.

A huge number of Muscovites sincerely want to be needed. Every day volunteers from the capital give their time, energy and warmth. And these are real examples of people's interaction within civil society. Let's say the volunteers of the Mos Volunteer on a permanent basis help disabled people go in for sports and take part in competitions. Volunteer Olga Novosyolova strives to ensure that any person can experience moments of happiness at the finish line, so at the “Without Borders” race a woman fled with a blind Mikhail.The man managed to confidently overcome the 5 km distance, holding on to a special rope – paraligament. Increasingly popular is gaining “silver” volunteering. Residents over 55 lead city tours, collect humanitarian aid to victims in the Donbass, their presence is invaluable at sports, patriotic and cultural events. Come, you will be taught everything. “Already now, more than 1.1 thousand citizens are participants in the“ silver ” volunteering and implement useful initiatives, – recognized director of the Mosvolonter resource center Alexander Levit.

As part of City Day, the City of Caring festival was held in Gorky Park, guests were introduced to the full range of work of Moscow volunteers. In many Muscovites, that holiday gave rise to a desire to become volunteers. For example, zoo volunteers. They help homeless cats and dogs find loving owners. By the way, in 13 city shelters – 16 thousand furry inhabitants.

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Academician Krasnikov: “Only science can solve a whole range of problems”

The Russian Academy of Sciences has elected a new president. It was academician Gennady Krasnikov— specialist in the field of physics of semiconductor devices, general director of JSC “Research Institute of Molecular Electronics”; and Chairman of the Board of Directors of PJSC Mikron. In the elections held on September 20, which were held by secret ballot, he was ahead of Dmitry Markovich, director of the Institute of Thermal Physics. SS Kutateladze of the Siberian Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences.

“Attitude towards science is changing”

The new head of the Russian Academy of Sciences will hold this position for the next five years. The scientific community is inspired: Krasnikov — head of the country's priority technological direction for the development of microelectronics, which means that the state will not deprive the academy of attention.

Speaking at the General Meeting of the Russian Academy of Sciences, held in Moscow, Krasnikov shared his plans. The key point of his — to restore the authority of the academy, to make sure that it actively interacts with state authorities and that this interaction is of a close nature. 

“The reform of the Russian Academy of Sciences in 2013 did not arise from scratch. We couldn't prevent it, — he said. — I have a strong feeling that we continue to lose our credibility. We have left the state decision-making system. But after the February events, the situation in Russia was fundamentally different, and a window of new opportunities opened up for the academy. If earlier the problems of science were treated calmly, because we could buy everything, now it has become clear that only science can solve a whole range of problems. Attitudes towards science are changing, and serious attention is being paid to the potential of our institutions.

Krasnikov believes that many institutes should be returned under the wing of the Russian Academy of Sciences (recall that during the reform they were transferred to the jurisdiction of the Ministry of Education and Science), and social and legal support for members of the academy should be increased. Honored scientists, in his opinion, should be treated accordingly at various levels. 

Another point of the program is devoted to the fact that the Russian Academy of Sciences should help strengthen the defense of the state. “In this segment of its activity, academic science should maintain the established stable and fruitful ties with the military-scientific complex of the Armed Forces of the Russian Federation, which will make it possible to exclude military-technical surprise from potential and real high-tech opponents of Russia by organizing advanced fundamental research aimed at neutralizing more and more advanced means of armed struggle created in foreign countries, — said in Krasnikov's election program. — The role of academic science is especially important in the expert assessment of possible ways to effectively counter these means at the optimal cost of the state, primarily on the basis of well-thought-out asymmetric approaches that allow us to avoid drawing our country into a new round of the arms race, which may have negative economic and social consequences for us. consequences».

Finally, the new head of the Russian Academy of Sciences claims that he knows how science needs to interact with industry and introduce research results into the real sector of the economy. «Science — applied. The only difference is that some applications appear after 5-10 years, while others — in 50-100, — he says.

“It will take about 3-5 years before the first results appear”

Aif.ru has collected the most interesting statements by Gennady Krasnikov from his latest speeches. 

About why he decided to run for president of the Russian Academy of Sciences:

“My decision was influenced by the situation on February 24th. I realized that a lot of things in our state are changing significantly before our eyes. And I thought that this is a moment when we can change quite a lot, including in the Academy of Sciences itself, enter it into the system of state decision-making and significantly increase its authority, which, unfortunately, continues to fall. < /p>

About future work with the country's leadership:

“The President of the Russian Academy of Sciences should work more actively with the leadership of the country. These should not be calls on duty, but close communication, discussions, so that the president understands what the leaders have in mind, and so that they understand what the position of the President of the Russian Academy of Sciences and the Academy of Sciences is. This is a daily and very necessary work. If everyone sees that the president works at this level, then other members of the academy will be able to work with departments, with deputy ministers, with heads of departments.

In our country, management often closes on the middle link. We interact incorrectly with public authorities, and this leads to the fact that we lose respect. If we do not agree on some document, but it still comes out, and at the same time we shrug, — This not normal. It's not respecting yourself or others. You can't let yourself be ignored. 

On your personal qualities:

“I believe that the experience that I have, and I have been the director of a large institute for more than 30 years, will be useful to me. I can defend my point of view. I have many examples when I defended my position in the presence of VLadimir Vladimirovich Putin, and I know how to convince. 

About sanctions and import substitution: 

“These sanctions have a dual role. About 8 years ago it was difficult to talk to the government — to many questions related to the development of domestic technologies and developments, we were answered: „Why do this? We can easily buy everything. We are surrounded by friendly countries. But now I see how much is changing in our line of work: approaches, the very format of economic relations, the philosophy of attitude to the situation on the part of the government. 

It became clear that we need to develop our own, domestic. We see that all this is in demand, we are asked: „Where are your ideas? Let's implement!“ And I see that our leaders, represented by the prime minister and vice-premiers, are in a different mood. Our time is coming, especially for those who are engaged in research and development.

About Russian microelectronics:

“The main sanctions hit us in the field of microelectronics. By the way, the institute where I work, the Research Institute of Molecular Electronics, was one of the first to be included in the sanctions list of the US Department of Commerce.

Microelectronics — it is a whole complex of directions. It is not only the creation of „pure“ rooms where we have to produce integrated circuits. It's an entire industry. These are especially pure materials, electronic engineering, appropriate software. Unfortunately, after the collapse of the Soviet Union, these areas did not develop in our country.

It is necessary to create a lot, even the production of special containers, because any gas flow in contact with not quite „clean“ container, immediately contaminated. We must actually re-develop domestic electronic engineering, create new equipment for the production of integrated circuits. That is, to create an industry that did not exist for many years. And these programs are planned. The management has an understanding, and I think that it will take about 3-5 years before the first tangible results appear.

We try to evaluate microelectronics by the goods on the shelf: where do we have our „Apple“, where is the household technique? This is such a painful topic. And they do not think about the technologies used in the military-industrial complex. Meanwhile, our new weapons, which President Putin also talks about, use technologies where we are world leaders.

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Kuleba ruled out changing the plans of Kyiv due to referendums

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Holding referendums in the Donetsk and Luhansk People's Republics recognized by Russia, as well as in the territory of Kherson and Zaporozhye regions, which are under the control of Moscow, will not change Kyiv's plans, he said on his Twitter. Ukrainian Foreign Minister Dmitry Kuleba.

The Ukrainian Foreign Minister called these territories illegally occupied and stressed that Kyiv “will continue to liberate them, no matter what they say in Russia.”

Earlier, President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky stated that if referendums were held, Ukraine would refuse to negotiate with Russia.

The DPR, LPR, as well as the CAAs of the Kherson and Zaporozhye regions are going to hold referendums simultaneously— from 23 to 27 September. The heads of the DPR and LPR, Denis Pushilin and Leonid Pasechnik, after the voting, intend to appeal to Russian President Vladimir Putin to ask for an accelerated entry into Russia. According to RBC sources, on the evening of September 20, Putin may make a statement regarding the referendums.

After the authorities announced voting in the territory of the LPR, DPR, Kherson and Zaporozhye regions, State Duma speaker Vyacheslav Volodin promised that if the residents of these regions will express a desire to be part of Russia, the lower house of parliament will support them. According to Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov, the intention of the regional authorities to hold a referendum indicates that “they want to be masters of their own destiny.”

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The White House considered the referendums in Donbass an insult to the principles of sovereignty

USA, Poland, Germany, France, Estonia do not recognize referendums on joining the republics of Donbass, Kherson and Zaporozhye regions to Russia

The United States will never acknowledge the attempt annex parts of Ukrainian territories to Russia, said National Security Adviser Jake Sullivan.

Holding referendums on joining Russia in the Donetsk and Lugansk People's Republics, as well as in the territories controlled by Moscow in the Kherson and Zaporozhye regions “will not give it additional advantages at the negotiating table,” Sullivan said. “These referendums are an insult to the principles of sovereignty and territorial integrity,” he pointed out (quote from Reuters).

The assistant to the US president added that later, American leader Joe Biden, during his speech at the UN General Assembly, would call on the world community to resist Russia's actions in Ukraine.

German Chancellor Olaf Scholz spoke in a similar vein, also emphasizing that the FRG does not recognize “fictitious referendums”, and their holding does not comply with international law and agreements. NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg on his Twitter expressed confidence that if the referendums take place, this will lead to an escalation of hostilities.

French President Emmanuel Macron is confident that the international community will not recognize referendums. The vote will have no legal consequences, he said, calling the whole process a “parody.” “If the idea of ​​a referendum in the Donbass weren’t so tragic, it would be funny,” — Macron believes.

Polish President Andrzej Duda, in turn, said that voting in these territories “costs nothing”; (quote from Reuters), and Estonian Prime Minister Kaya Kallas also indicated that Tallinn does not recognize its results. Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan called for peace between Moscow and Kyiv “on the basis of territorial integrity and taking into account the independence of Ukraine.”

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“I would say that the opinion of Duda and other European talkers on the issue of referendums is worth nothing. That's exactly it, — Andrey Klishas, ​​chairman of the Federation Council Committee on Constitutional Legislation and State Building, commented on these statements.

Referendums in the republics of Donbass and Russian-controlled parts of Kherson and Zaporozhye regions should be held from 23 to 27 September. The Russian State Duma has already declared its readiness to support the leaders of these regions. Ukraine promises to return the lost territories and insists that in the event of a vote, there will be no more opportunities for dialogue with Moscow.

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Germany’s cost to rescue gas giant Uniper was estimated at €29 billion

The authorities are close to an agreement on the financial stabilization of Germany's largest gas importer, Uniper. According to the latest estimates, this operation will cost three times more than expected “(max-width: 320px) and (-webkit-min-device-pixel-ratio: 2), (max-width: 320px) and (min-resolution: 192dpi)” >

The nationalization of the largest German energy company Uniper will cost the German budget at least €8 billion, Reuters reports, citing company information.

Berlin intends to buy out Finnish Fortum's stake in Uniper (78%), after which the state's total share in its capital will be about 90%. The new financial injections will bring the total bailout package used to stabilize the company to at least €29 billion, according to Reuters.

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Uniper announced that it is in talks with the government and Fortum to amend its July bailout program, which has proved inadequate given soaring gas prices. “It is assumed that the federal government will receive a significant controlling stake in Uniper,” said the company, noting that the final agreement has not yet been worked out.

Previously, Fortum provided an €8bn loan to Uniper, according to Bloomberg.

«We think it is important that Fortum returns the €8bn funding it provided to Uniper, and in general that Finnish taxpayers do not incurred unreasonable expenses because of this, — said Tytti Tuppurainen, Minister for Public Companies of Finland. And I noticed that it is too early to comment on the details of the transaction before it is completed.

Read on RBC Pro Pro Building materials are getting more expensive. How this will affect housing prices and developers Aeroflot shares Articles Pro Mid-career crisis. Three Scenarios When Something Went WrongUniper's problems began after the start of Russia's special operation in Ukraine and the reduction in Russian gas supplies: the company was forced to purchase large volumes of raw materials at higher prices on the spot market. Uniper on July 8 turned to the German government for help. The authorities began to develop an aid scheme. Uniper received a €9bn credit line from state-owned lender KfW and another €2bn to mitigate supply disruptions.

However, on 29 August Uniper requested an additional credit line €4bn to maintain its liquidity.

In July, Handelsblatt, Bloomberg and Reuters reported that German authorities were close to reaching an agreement to bail out Uniper. Then it was reported that Germany intended to invest in Uniper more than €5.1 billion, and the total amount of investments is unlikely to exceed the amount of €10 billion. No one named the exact amount then, it was still being discussed. In exchange, the German authorities planned to receive a blocking stake of up to 30% of Uniper, Bloomberg and Handelsblatt sources said. Reuters' interlocutors specified that a share of 15–30% was being discussed.

Uniper— one of the largest power generation companies in the world, it is the third largest zero-carbon electricity producer and the second largest nuclear electricity producer.

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The State Administration of Zaporozhye will declare independence within the administrative boundaries of the region

Vladimir Rogov claims that Russia controls 73% of the Zaporozhye region. The regional center of the region, the city of Zaporozhye, is under the control of Kyiv, it will be impossible to hold a referendum there, it was previously recognized in the CAA .jpg 673w” media=”(max-width: 320px) and (-webkit-min-device-pixel-ratio: 2), (max-width: 320px) and (min-resolution: 192dpi)” >

Russian-controlled territory of the Zaporozhye region of Ukraine after referendum will declare its independence within the administrative boundaries of the region, said on the air of Soloviev Live. member of the main council of the pro-Russian military-civilian administration (VGA) Vladimir Rogov.

“[Independence will be declared] of the entire Zaporozhye region, of course. There is no other way. In all administrative borders of the Zaporizhzhia region,»,— he said (quote from RIA Novosti).

According to Rogov, Russia now controls 73% of the region's territory.

The Russian military controls the southern and central parts of the region, including the cities of Melitopol and Energodar, where Europe's largest nuclear power plant is located. The regional center of Zaporozhye remains under the control of Kyiv.

The Zaporizhzhya VGA has repeatedly expressed a desire to become part of Russia; the head of the administration, Yevgeny Balitsky, said that “the sooner [the referendum is held]” the better. On September 20, he announced that voting would take place on September 23-27, as well as in the DPR, LPR and in the Russian-controlled territory of the Kherson region. At the same time, Rogov admitted that it would not be possible to hold a referendum in Zaporozhye even remotely.

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According to Rogov, if the voters will vote for the inclusion of the territory into Russia, it would be advisable to rename it the Zaporozhye Territory.

Secretary of the General Council of “United Russia”; Andriy Turchak believes that the Donbass and the territories of Ukraine controlled by Moscow are “de facto already Russia.” According to Deputy Chairman of the Security Council Dmitry Medvedev, after the referendums “the geopolitical transformation in the world will become irreversible.”

The authorities of Germany, France, Estonia, Poland, the United States, as well as NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg condemned the plans to hold referendums , emphasizing that they are contrary to international law, and stated that they do not recognize their results. Kyiv promised to return the territories and warned that it would refuse to negotiate with Moscow during the voting.

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Referendums in the DPR, LPR, Kherson and Zaporozhye regions. The main thing

The Republic of Donbass, as well as the authorities of the Kherson and Zaporozhye regions controlled by the Russian military, announced their intention to hold referendums on joining Russia. The main thing about referendums is in the RBC material

The authorities of the DPR, LPR and Russian-controlled territories of Kherson and Zaporozhye regions simultaneously announced the holding of referendums on joining Russia. This was done synchronously and very quickly: less than a day passed from the appearance of the first messages about requests to organize such a vote to the reaction of the authorities, and decisions on the timing and methods of holding referendums— about three hours.

Vote announcement

  • On September 19, the Public Chamber of the LPR addressed the head of the region, Leonid Pasechnik, and the People's Council (parliament) with the initiative to immediately hold a referendum on joining Russia. On the same day, the Public Chamber of the Donetsk People's Republic prepared a similar appeal to the head of the DPR, Denis Pushilin, and the People's Council of the Republic. Pushilin suggested that Pasechnik begin joint preparations for referendums, that is, “join the efforts of the administrations of the heads of the republics and the apparatus of parliaments.”
  • The next day, the public movement “We are together with Russia” asked the head of the military-civilian administration (MAC) of the Zaporozhye region, Yevgeny Balitsky, to also hold a referendum on joining the territory to Russia as soon as possible. At that time, a congress was held in Melitopol (located in the south of the region), at which the issue of holding a plebiscite was discussed.
  • Balitsky said in response that a referendum on the accession of the Zaporozhye region to Russia will be held from September 23 to 27, about which he signed a corresponding decree. At the same time, the CAA of the region noted that the referendum would be held only in the territories controlled by Russia.
  • Vladimir Rogov, a member of the CAA of the Zaporozhye region, said that the authorities plan to declare independence and become part of Russia within their administrative borders.
  • On September 20, the People's Council of the LPR appointed a referendum on joining Russia for the period from September 23 to 27, 2022. The same dates were chosen for the referendum in the DPR.
  • Deputies of both republics unanimously adopted laws on holding referendums.
  • September 20, a referendum was proposed to be held in the Kherson region. The head of the regional CAA, Vladimir Saldo, announced that he had signed a decree on holding a vote simultaneously with a referendum in the DPR and LPR— also from 23 to 27 September.
  • The balance asked Vladimir Putin to support the decision of the inhabitants of the region in a referendum on joining Russia. “On behalf of the public and residents of the Kherson region, realizing the centuries-old historical and inextricable connection with the multinational people of the Russian Federation, in order to determine the international legal personality, we ask you, dear Vladimir Vladimirovich, when making a decision at a referendum, support the choice of the residents of the Kherson region on self-determination and entry into composition of the Russian Federation»,— says in the appeal of the Balance to Putin.
  • The head of the DPR, Pushilin, asked Vladimir Putin in the middle of the day on September 20 that the republic, after the referendum on joining Russia on September 23 & ndash; 27, be “as soon as possible” included in the Federation with a positive outcome of the vote.
  • The head of the LPR, Pasechnik, said that he would send an appeal to Russian President Vladimir Putin with a request to accept the republic as part of Russia as soon as possible based on the results of the vote. According to him, in this matter “you can not delay” and “there is no turning back.”

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What we know about the referendums

  • In all regions, voting will take place simultaneously and will continue for five days— from 23 to 27 September. Of these five days, four voting will be held at the place of residence and in public places, that is, outside the polling stations. One more day will be allotted for those who would like to vote “at the polling station in the usual way.” As Pushilin stated, in the DPR this is due to the observance of security measures.
  • In the DPR the question for the voting ballot was formulated as follows: “Supporters of the DPR joining the RF as a constituent entity of the Russian Federation?»
  • In LPR the question will sound like this: “Are you in favor of the LPR joining the Russian Federation as a constituent entity of the Russian Federation?”
  • < li>Bulletin in Kherson regionwill contain the question: “Are you in favor of secession of the region from Ukraine, the formation of the Kherson region as an independent state and its entry into the Russian Federation as a constituent entity of the Russian Federation?”

  • In Zaporozhye region formulated the question as follows: “Are you in favor of secession of the Zaporozhye region from Ukraine, formation of an independent state by the Zaporozhye region and its entry into the Russian Federation as a subject of the Russian Federation?” It will be duplicated in Ukrainian.

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  • In the Zaporozhye region, during the referendum, citizens will be by-addressed, “teams” will go to the addresses; consisting of CEC members and police officers who will invite residents to vote. The head of the region's CAA, Yevgeny Balitsky, also explained this with security considerations. Those who cannot vote under the conditions of door-to-door bypass will be able to vote in person at polling stations on September 27, he added.
  • Volodymyr Rogov, a member of the State Administration of the Zaporizhia region, explained in his telegram channel how the referendum would be held: on September 23-26, it will be possible to vote at home, from 08:00 to 20:00, on September 27— at polling stations from 08:00 to 16:00. In total, 394 polling stations were created in the Russian-controlled part of the region, 85 were organized outside of it: in Russia, the Kherson region, the DPR and the LPR. More than 500,000 people are expected to take part in the voting. The CAA announced that it was ready to vote: technological equipment, portable and stationary ballot boxes, booths to ensure the secrecy of voting, safes for documentation and printing of election commissions were purchased.

The Russian military controls the southern and central parts of the region, including the cities of Melitopol and Energodar, where Europe's largest nuclear power plant is located. The regional center of Zaporozhye remains under the control of Kyiv.

  • There will be no electronic voting. This was stated by Pushilin and Balitsky. According to the head of the DPR, they decided not to use this method, given the short time for training and the level of technical equipment. According to him, citizens will vote “at their places of residence, in public places”, that is, outside the polling stations, only one day will be allotted for voting at the polling stations. Balitsky noted that his region is “not ready” to electronic voting.
  • Deputy Chairman of the Central Election Commission of Russia Nikolai Bulaev said that the use of the Russian method of remote electronic voting (DEV) in the DPR and LPR was not “correct” because the DEG “is the property of another state.”< /li>
  • Bulaev also said that Russian CEC observers could take part in the referenda.
  • The CEC also organizes polling stations in Russia for referendums in the DPR, LPR, Zaporozhye and Kherson regions, Bulaev noted.
  • In the DPR, if it joins Russia, the Constitution will be adapted to the laws of the country, but the flag of the republic will not change, said Pushilin. He believes that this option “would be fair.”
  • Leonid Pasechnik announced holidays in schools and colleges of the LPR from September 22 to 28 in connection with the referendum on joining Russia. September 27 is declared a day off in the republic.

What they say in Moscow and Kyiv

  • Deputy head of the Security Council of Russia Dmitry Medvedev called the referendums in the territory of Donbass and other “liberated territories” necessary for the restoration of historical justice. “They [referendums] completely change the vector of Russia's development for decades. And not only our country. Since after their implementation and the acceptance of new territories into Russia, the geopolitical transformation in the world will become irreversible,— wrote Medvedev.
  • Speaker of the State Duma Vyacheslav Volodin promised that the House would support the decision to join the DPR and LPR to Russia, if it is adopted. According to him, Moscow expects free expression of will from the inhabitants of the republics.
  • Secretary of the General Council of “United Russia” Andrei Turchak said that a referendum on the annexation of Donbass and other regions controlled by Russia is long overdue and the status of these territories must be legally fixed. «De facto Donbass and liberated territories— already Russia»,— Turchak is quoted by the press service of the party in the Telegram.
  • Ukrainian Foreign Minister Dmitry Kuleba said that referendums on joining Russia in the DPR, LPR, Zaporozhye and Kherson regions would not change anything for Kyiv. “Ukraine has every right to liberate its territories and will liberate them, no matter what they say in Russia,” — wrote Kuleba on Twitter.
  • Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky spoke with his Turkish counterpart Recep Tayyip Erdogan following the referendum announcements. “Discussed Current Security Issues,” — wrote Zelensky on Twitter.

Kyiv, commenting on the plans of the military-civilian administrations to hold referendums on joining Russia, said that their organization would be the basis for Ukraine to withdraw from negotiations on the settlement of the conflict with Russia. In early September, Deputy Prime Minister of Ukraine Irina Vereshchuk announced that Ukrainians would face a prison term for participating in referendums. “If collaboration is proven, or, for example, participation in a referendum, or inducement to participate in a referendum, then people can get up to 12 years with confiscation,” — she said.

International reaction

  • The first foreign leader to respond to the initiative to vote was German Chancellor Olaf Scholz. He stated that holding referendums on the territory of the DPR, LPR, Kherson and Zaporozhye regions is contrary to international law and Germany does not recognize them.
  • French President Emmanuel Macron said that referendums in the Donbass and other regions “will not have legal consequences” and called them a “parody”. “If the idea of ​​referendums weren't so tragic, it would be funny,” — Reuters quotes him as saying.
  • The White House said the United States will never recognize Russian claims to any parts of Ukraine.
  • NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg called “fictitious” referendums on joining Russia in the DPR, LPR, Zaporozhye and Kherson regions. According to him, they “have no legitimacy.” “The international community must condemn this egregious violation of international law and step up support for Ukraine,” wrote Stoltenberg on Twitter.
  • The head of European diplomacy, Josep Borrell, called on the EU to introduce new sanctions against Russia in connection with the holding of referendums in the Donbass and other territories.
  • Polish President Andrzej Duda said that voting in these territories “is worthless”, and Estonian Prime Minister Kaja Kallas also pointed out that Tallinn does not recognize the results of referendums.
  • “I would say that the opinion of Duda and other European talkers on the issue of referendums is worth nothing. That's exactly it, — Andrey Klishas, ​​chairman of the Federation Council Committee on Constitutional Legislation and State Building, commented on these statements.

Russian President Vladimir Putin said on September 16 that work continues to achieve the key goals of the military special operation in Ukraine, its plan to change is not subject to. “The main goal is to liberate the entire territory of Donbass. This work continues despite these counter-offensive attempts by the Ukrainian army,— said the president.

On February 24, announcing the start of a military special operation in Ukraine, Russian President Vladimir Putin called it forced and necessary for “denazification”; and “demilitarization” country, as well as to save its population from genocide. Later, he stated that Russia intends to fulfill all the goals of the operation.

In Ukraine, they called the Russian special operation an attack, introduced martial law and severed diplomatic relations with Moscow.

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Razvozhaev spoke about the senior sergeant who died in Ukraine

Senior Sergeant Igor Konovalenko died in early September in the Kherson region, he was posthumously awarded the Order of Courage. In 2015, the military took part in the fighting in Syria

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A farewell ceremony was held in Sevastopol for a soldier who died during the hostilities in Ukraine, Mayor Mikhail Razvozhaev said in his Telegram channel.

Deceased— guard senior sergeant Igor Konovalenko, deputy platoon commander— commander of the 1st howitzer self-propelled artillery platoon of the 810th separate guards marine brigade.

Konovalenko died in early September during the fighting in the Kherson region. “He covered the actions of our infantry with artillery fire,” — wrote the governor, adding that the military was posthumously awarded the Order of Courage.

According to Razvozhaev, since the beginning of the military operation in Ukraine, Konovalenko “was in the most difficult directions”, he participated in the battles in Mariupol, for which he was awarded the medal of the Order “For Merit to the Fatherland”.

In 2015 Konovalenko participated in the military operation in Syria, he was awarded the Zhukov medal.

Since the beginning of hostilities in Ukraine, the Russian Ministry of Defense has twice reported on the dead military: on March 2 and 25. According to the agency, at the end of March, 1,351 people were killed in Ukraine, 3,825 were injured. At the same time, the agency regularly reports losses among the Ukrainian military. many of the dead were presented for awards posthumously.

President Vladimir Putin ordered a lump sum payment of 5 million rubles. to the families of the servicemen and border guards of the FSB who died during the military operation, as well as the payment of 3 million rubles. wounded.

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Co-author of amendments to the Criminal Code called unjustified fears of mobilization

The head of the defense committee, Kartapolov, called unjustified fears that the amendments to the Criminal Code, introducing the concepts of “mobilization”, “martial law” and “wartime”, are preparing the basis for general mobilization

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The adoption of amendments to the Criminal Code of Russia, introducing the concepts of “mobilization”, “martial law”; and “wartime” does not mean that general mobilization will be announced, said the chairman of the State Duma Committee on Defense, Colonel-General and former Deputy Defense Minister Andrei Kartapolov in an interview with Parliamentary Newspaper.

The State Duma on Tuesday adopted amendments to the Criminal Code in the second and third readings, which propose to consider periods of mobilization, martial law and wartime as aggravating circumstances in the commission of crimes. Their authors were deputies from all factions, including the head of the Defense Committee Andrey Kartapolov, for Security and Anti-Corruption — Vasily Piskarev, for international affairs —Leonid Slutsky, as well as senators.

Answering the question of how justified the fears are that the adoption of these amendments is the preparation of a basis for mobilization, the deputy said that they « absolutely unjustified.

“There will be no general mobilization. The president has spoken about this more than once and is directly speaking through his press secretary Dmitry Peskov and many other politicians at the federal level. “Law” not equal to “mobilization”, — says Kartapolov.

According to him, the amendments are adopted “not specifically for a special military operation”, but in order to “execute them for a long time”, at least until the need for them disappear.

The parliamentarian also explained that wartime is considered “the period when the state conducts hostilities with the help of its armed forces in one or more directions.” At the same time, martial law can be introduced both throughout the country and in individual regions— for example, where hostilities are directly taking place in order to “create conditions for the fulfillment of the tasks of the armed forces and other formations.”

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Speaking about whether it is planned to declare martial law or wartime now, Kartapolov did not rule out such a possibility in certain regions.

“Watchers, although this is special, it is all is a military operation. Therefore, I do not rule out that in some areas such a provision may be introduced, — he said.

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

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

The reason for the introduction of martial law are:

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

< p>As an example, the head of the defense committees cited “regions bordering Ukraine, which are shelled almost daily.” “It is necessary to protect our peaceful citizens there, it is necessary to apply special measures of armament” the same air defense. Of course, this will impose certain difficulties that can be solved as efficiently as possible only under martial law,— he thinks.

Martial law in the border areas, if introduced, will be similar to “the regime of the counter-terrorist operation, which was declared in the border areas during the first and second Chechen wars,” Kartapolov explained.

“In the Stavropol Territory, for example. During martial law, all power in the region is completely transferred to the military administration, restrictions are imposed on the movement of citizens— same curfew,— a special mode of operation of critical infrastructure facilities, a ban on entry and exit, and so on, — he specified.

Under wartime, according to Art. 18 of the Federal Law “On Defense”, is understood as the period from the moment a war is declared or the actual start of hostilities. Martial Law — a special legal regime introduced on the territory of Russia or in its individual areas by the president with the approval of the Federation Council in the event of aggression against the country or an immediate threat of aggression.

The term “fighting” determines the organized actions of military units in a certain period of time to carry out combat missions — in particular, they include special military operations, Senator Olga Kovitidi explained to RBC. Fighting is not necessarily related to martial law or a state of war, she added. Armed conflict refers to a limited-scale armed conflict between states or parties.

In particular, the authors of the amendments proposed to toughen criminal liability for “non-compliance by subordinates with the order of the chief”; during a period of martial law, in wartime or in conditions of an armed conflict or combat operations, “as well as refusal to participate in military or hostilities”, for unauthorized abandonment of a unit, for desertion. In addition, criminal punishment is provided for voluntary surrender, looting and disruption of the state defense order.

After the outbreak of hostilities in Ukraine, the Russian side repeatedly denied plans to declare mobilization. Amendments on mobilization were adopted by the State Duma on the same day as the announcement of referendums on joining Russia in the DPR, LPR, as well as the Kherson and Zaporozhye regions controlled by the Russian military— everywhere voting is scheduled for September 23 & 27. The US and the EU said they did not recognize the results of the referendums, in Kyiv they said that the results of the vote “will not change anything.”

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Vučić warned of the imminent outbreak of a conflict on the scale of World War II

Vučić warned of the outbreak of a conflict on the scale of World War II in one or two months. The Serbian president pointed out that now the role of the UN in the world has weakened and everything is decided by world powers. He predicts that Western countries will be in conflict with Russia and China max-width: 320px) and (-webkit-min-device-pixel-ratio: 2), (max-width: 320px) and (min-resolution: 192dpi)” >

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In the coming months, a military conflict comparable in scale to the Second World War may begin in the world, Serbian President Aleksandar Vucic told the local RTS television channel on the eve of his speech at the UN General Assembly.

“I assume that we are approaching a great military conflict from the stage of a special military operation, and now the question is where the borders are and we will enter after a while, and maybe in a month or two, into a great world conflict that we have not been since the Second World War, — Vučić said.

According to the Serbian President, the role of the UN in solving world problems has now weakened “the great powers have taken over and de facto destroyed the order of the UN in the last few decades.”

Vučić pointed out that for “small” countries like Serbia, there is no “good and easy news” right now. He suggested that relations between the West and Russia, and between the West and China, would only continue to deteriorate. Belgrade, he said, has to maintain relations with all parties in order to defend its own interests.

Earlier, NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg noted that the conflict in Ukraine— it is “the most dangerous situation since the Second World War”, and said that “Russia cannot be allowed to win.”

Deputy Chairman of the Russian Security Council Dmitry Medvedev, in response, said that Stoltenberg had a “bad memory”; and he forgot who won that war. “History will repeat itself”, — considers the ex-president. He later spoke of the risk of world war with a quotation from the Bible: “The first angel sounded.” However, Medvedev expressed the hope that the “apocalypse” will not come.

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Aide to the President of Russia Vladimir Medinsky (who also represented Moscow in negotiations with Kyiv and heads the Russian Military Historical Society) noted that the memory of the Great Patriotic War keeps Russia from the “big” conflict, because the country remembers what war is like. In his opinion, Moscow wants peace “more than anyone else”.

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White House Names Candidate for US Ambassador to Russia

For the post of US Ambassador to Russia, US President Joe Biden will nominate Lynn Tracy, who is now Ambassador to Armenia. The previous ambassador, John Sullivan, left his post early and left Russia in early September

Lynn Tracy

US President Joe Biden will nominate Lynn Tracy for the post of US Ambassador to Russia, the White House reports. She is now head of the US Legation in Armenia.

“Lynn M. Tracy is a Senior Foreign Service Staff Officer, Career Minister Class, and is currently the US Ambassador to Armenia,”— the message says.

Tracy may become the first woman to lead the US diplomatic mission in Russia. After the nomination by the President, it must be approved by the Senate, and then— Russian government. Foreign Policy magazine, citing sources, wrote that the appointment of a new ambassador may be delayed “due to the toxic condition”; relations between Moscow and Washington. According to the interlocutors of the publication, the Russian side is unlikely to quickly approve the appointment of a new ambassador.

The White House indicated that Tracy received a bachelor's degree in Soviet studies (Soviet studies) and a doctorate in law. Prior to her trip to Yerevan, she was Senior Advisor for Russian Affairs at the Bureau of European and Eurasian Affairs of the US Department of State.

From 2014 to 2017, Tracy served as deputy head of the US diplomatic mission in Moscow (John Tefft was the ambassador at the time). She previously served as Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for Central Asia in the State Department's Bureau of South and Central Asian Affairs (2012-2014) and U.S. Deputy Ambassador to Turkmenistan (2010-2011). He has an honorary award for his work as Deputy Head of Mission in Moscow, speaks Russian.

The fact that Lynn Tracy could head the US mission in Russia was reported by Kommersant a week earlier. The previous US ambassador to Russia, John Sullivan, left his post ahead of schedule in early September due to the serious illness of his wife. Until the arrival of the new head of the diplomatic mission, the duties of charge d'affaires will be performed by Elizabeth Rud.

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US State Department after Sullivan's departure from Moscow said that it is now extremely important to maintain diplomatic contacts with Russia. The representative of the department explained that the ambassador's departure became part of a routine diplomatic rotation and that his successor would be announced in the near future.

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Macron warns of the risk of dividing the world

Emmanuel Macron warned of the risk of world division due to hostilities in Ukraine president

French President Emmanuel Macron has warned of the risk of world division as a consequence of hostilities in Ukraine. He stated this during his speech at the 77th session of the UN General Assembly, his words are quoted by the TF1 TV channel.

According to him, those countries that have decided to maintain “neutrality”, “want to imitate the struggle”, refusing to express their position, “are mistaken and take on historical responsibility.

” Those who today silent, <…> serve the cause of the new imperialism, modern cynicism, which is destroying our international order, without which the world is impossible,— Macron says.

Russia needs to hear that “it cannot impose its will by military means,” he stressed.

This is not about “choosing a side between East and West, between North and South”, but about the responsibility of all those who are committed to the UN charter and “the most valuable good” world,” the French leader is convinced.

Macron did not rule out “other wars of conquest in Europe, and tomorrow, perhaps in Africa, Asia or Latin America.”

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“What we have been observing since February 24, — this is a return to the era of imperialism and colonies, France rejects this and will stubbornly seek peace, — concluded the president.

After the authorities of the DPR, LPR and the territories of the Kherson and Zaporozhye regions controlled by Russian troops announced holding referendums on joining Russia, Macron announced his intention to talk with his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin in the near future. He called the forthcoming vote a parody. “If the idea of ​​a referendum in the Donbass weren’t so tragic, it would be funny,” — said the French leader.

At the same time, he expressed his readiness to continue the dialogue with Russia about peace in Ukraine.

The last time Putin and Macron spoke by phone was on September 11 at the initiative of Paris. In total, since the beginning of hostilities in Ukraine, according to the Kremlin, the heads of state have called up more than ten times.

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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