The girl drew a passport for herself to vote in the referendum in the LNR

Plot The referendum on joining the LDNR, Zaporozhye and Kherson regions to the Russian Federation

According to the representative of foreign observers Vyacheslav Levitin, a girl in the Lugansk People's Republic drew a passport for herself in order to take part in a referendum on joining Russia.

“Vote for her, of course , they didn’t give it, but the situation was very nice,” Levitin said in a comment to URA.RU.

According to him, at the referendum, citizens affected by the shelling of the Armed Forces of Ukraine communicate and exchange emotions.

< p>“Foreign observers record all this, they are interested, they try to express sympathy,” Levitin noted.

Earlier it was reported that foreign observers from Slovakia, Cameroon and Germany, who arrived in the LPR, received certificates.

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Today, observers are working with field groups on voting. Recall that the second day of the referendum is taking place in the LPR. According to the results of the first voter turnout exceeded 21%.

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A bill was submitted to the Duma on the payment of 300 thousand rubles for mobilized

A draft law on a one-time payment of 300,000 rubles for mobilized Russians has been submitted to the State Duma. The document was published in the electronic database of the State Duma.

The bill was submitted by deputies from United Russia and the Communist Party.

According to the document, it was proposed to exempt those mobilized from paying interest on mortgages and loans for the duration of their service. A 50% compensation for housing and communal services will also be provided, a monthly allowance for children under three years of age and an allowance for pregnant wives will be established.

In addition, exemption from property taxes is fixed, and a 50% compensation for the cost of OSAGO is established.

Earlier, Vladimir Putin signed a package of amendments to the law on military service. One of the amendments concerns aggravating circumstances for crimes against military service. Now this definition extends not only to the conditions of hostilities, but also to the period of mobilization.

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Former soldiers of the Armed Forces of Ukraine asked to be accepted into the service of Russia

Former soldiers of the Armed Forces of Ukraine appealed to Volodymyr Bidyovka, Chairman of the People's Council of the Donetsk People's Republic, with a request to accept them into the service of the Russian Federation. The corresponding video was shot by an RT correspondent.

«I ask you to accept us– ex-servicemen in the emerging battalion and stand shoulder to shoulder with our brothers to defend our native lands from fascist invaders,” Denis, a former serviceman of the Armed Forces of Ukraine, addressed Bidyovka.

The statement of the military will be handed over to the competent authorities for consideration.

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Earlier it was reported that in the Kharkiv region they began to release from captivity the Ukrainian military, who had not taken part in the hostilities since the beginning of the NMD and surrendered to the allied forces.

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The Ministry of Education and Science of the Russian Federation opened a hotline on issues of partial mobilization

The Ministry of Education and Science of Russia has opened a hotline for consultations of university students on the topic of partial mobilization, the press service of the Ministry of Education and Science of the Russian Federation reported.

Students will be provided with all the necessary information, the rules of conscription will be explained, they will talk about social and legal protection, provide psychological assistance.

The hotline operates around the clock at the number: 8 (800) 222-55-71 (ext. 1, ext. 2).

Earlier, President Vladimir Putin signed a decree according to which a deferment from partial mobilization is granted to students studying full-time and part-time (evening form of education).

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The doctor explained how to cope with anxiety

According to Nikolai Shamalov, Chief Freelance Neurologist of the Ministry of Health of the Russian Federation, anxiety is a psychological feature of people, caused by anxiety or a premonition of something bad. At the same time, anxiety can be dealt with, Rossiyskaya Gazeta reports.

The doctor noted that people have different triggers for anxiety, they can be a genetic factor, upbringing, psychological trauma, low self-esteem. Anxiety is aggravated by lack of sleep and physical activity, drinking strong tea and coffee, and an unbalanced diet.

To cope with overload, you should stop using gadgets for a long time, and use social networks less often. It is important to pay attention to physical activity, start walking every day.

In addition, there are various breathing exercises that help to cope with anxiety, the specialist noted.

If anxiety begins to interfere with daily life and you can’t cope with it, you need to contact a psychologist or psychotherapist.

Earlier, the therapist Alexei Vodovozov said that after turning on the heating in apartments and houses, the air in them becomes dry, which can adversely affect health person.

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RIA Novosti named the date of Putin’s message to the Federal Assembly

RIA Novosti: Putin's message to the Federal Assembly may take place on September 30 According to the agency, the day before the Federation Council will consider the treaty and the draft law “on joining Russia with new entities.” It can be submitted to the State Duma on September 28, writes TASS

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President Vladimir Putin may deliver a message to the Federal Assembly on September 30, RIA Novosti reports. citing a source in parliament.

According to him, a protocol event will be held that day, which will probably be attended by the first person. Where exactly it will take place, the interlocutor did not specify.

Another source of the agency in the Federation Council said that before that, on September 29, the upper house of parliament may consider the treaty and the law “on the entry of new subjects into Russia.”

TASS also writes, citing a source, that on this day, parliamentarians may consider bills on the annexation of the “liberated territories” at an extraordinary meeting. to Russia. According to the interlocutor, they will be submitted to the State Duma on the evening of September 28. On September 30, the procedure for the entry of the DPR, LPR and Moscow-controlled Kherson and Zaporozhye regions into Russia may take place, an agency source in the lower house said.

From September 23 to 27, the Donetsk and Lugansk People's Republics (DPR and LPR), whose independence Moscow recognized two days before the start of the military operation in Ukraine, as well as the pro-Russian military-civilian administrations of the Kherson and Zaporozhye regions, are holding referendums on joining Russia. The leaders of these regions simultaneously set voting dates, and also asked Putin “as soon as possible” attach them. The State Duma promised to support the decision of the participants if they voted for joining Russia, and the Federation Council warned that after the referendums, an attack on these territories would be equated with an attack on the country.

The Ukrainian authorities call these territories occupied and promise to return them. President Volodymyr Zelensky stressed that Kyiv's position would not change; earlier, he stressed that in the event of referendums, dialogue with Moscow would be impossible. Western countries, including Germany, the United States, France, Poland and others, condemned the organization of the referendums and stated that they did not recognize their results, since the voting did not comply with international law. Turkey also refused to recognize the referenda. The G7 European Union warned Russia of new sanctions.

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The head of the Ministry of Digital Transformation argued with the HRC about “shielding IT people”

Fadeev, in an appeal to Shoigu, asked why “all IT people were shielded” and suggested giving a deferment only to specialists employed in certain areas, for example, dual-use technologies. The Ministry of Digital Development does not agree with this

The Ministry of Digital Development does not agree with the head of the Human Rights Council, Valery Fadeev, who believes that the “booking” from partial mobilization should not apply to all IT professionals, but only those working in certain areas. This was reported in the telegram channel of the department.

The ministry opposes granting a deferment only to information technology employees working with military technology. The head of the department, Maksut Shadayev, said that, taking into account restrictions on the import of foreign IT solutions, it is necessary to ensure the emergence of Russian competitive analogues in all significant niches as soon as possible, “this is a matter of ensuring technological sovereignty.”

“It is difficult for yourself imagine real security if we continue to depend in certain areas on the technologies of countries that are unfriendly to us, — he pointed out.

Partial mobilization has been announced in Russia since September 21. The Ministry of Defense reported that representatives of certain professions could be exempted from service in order to ensure the “work of certain high-tech industries.” As clarified in the Ministry of Digital Development, among the applicants for a deferment— employees of accredited IT companies working with IT solutions (software, hardware and software systems) or involved in ensuring the operation of information infrastructure. To do this, you need to bring to the military registration and enlistment office the original or a copy of the employment contract, a diploma of higher education, an extract from the register of state accreditation of the employer company and a certificate from the place of work signed by the general director.

On September 24, Fadeev, in an address to the head of the Ministry of Defense, Sergei Shoigu, expressed bewilderment due to the fact that “all IT people were immediately shielded.” In his opinion, only IT specialists who work with military and dual-use technologies, ensure the operation of critical infrastructure and backbone companies, including industrial ones, should receive a deferment from conscription.

As Shoigu assured earlier, partial mobilization will affect 300 thousand, or 1% of the country's mobilization resource— those who served, have combat experience or a military specialty.

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Detentions took place in Russia at protests against partial mobilization

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According to the human rights project «OVD-Info» (recognized as a foreign agent in Russia), by 21:09 Moscow time, over 743 people were detained in Russia, of which at least 373 were in Moscow, in St. Petersburg — 123.

In the center of Moscow, at an uncoordinated rally against partial mobilization, security forces detained protesters near the Chistye Prudy metro station; and in the Zaryadye park, the Sota telegram channel reports. “Kommersant” citing a correspondent, he writes that in Zaryadye they detained not only active participants in the action, but also those “who are just standing there.”

In St. Petersburg, according to Kommersant — Petersburg”, the protesters were detained on Nevsky Prospekt.

Detentions also took place at the rally in Novosibirsk, RBC-Novosibirsk reports, noting that the number of participants was about a hundred people. Security forces detained protesters in Irkutsk, Izhevsk, Tomsk, Perm, Volgograd, Saratov, Khabarovsk, Tver, — in 27 cities in total.

RBC sent inquiries to the Moscow Main Internal Affairs Directorate and the Ministry of Internal Affairs.

The day before, the Moscow prosecutor's office issued a warning urging citizens not to go to unapproved rallies and recalled that participants may face administrative and criminal liability. The Metropolitan Ministry of Internal Affairs also declared “the inadmissibility of participation in uncoordinated public events.”

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The prosecutor's office issued a similar warning on September 21, the day the partial mobilization was announced in Russia. Then, according to human rights activists, more than 1,380 people were detained at protests around the country. The Ministry of Internal Affairs reported an “extremely small number of participants”.

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Lavrov called the referendums a response to Zelensky’s call to “go to Russia”

Lavrov said that the West “fell into hysterics” because of the referendums in the DPR and LPR, and the residents of Donbass are following Zelensky's advice to “look for a place in Russia.” In 2021, the president made such an appeal to those who consider themselves Russian

Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov condemned the reaction of Western countries to the referendums in the Donetsk and Lugansk People's Republics (DPR and LPR), as well as the Russian-controlled territories of the Kherson and Zaporozhye regions of Ukraine.

“Now the West has thrown a tantrum <…> But the people living there [in the Donbass, Kherson and Zaporozhye regions] are essentially only reacting to what the head of the Kyiv regime [Ukrainian President Vladimir] Zelensky recommended to them in one of his interviews last August, — said Lavrov, speaking at the 77th session of the UN General Assembly (quoted by TASS).

According to Lavrov, then the President of Ukraine “advised everyone who feels Russian, for the sake of their children and grandchildren, to go to Russia". Now, the Foreign Minister said, the inhabitants of these regions are doing just that, “taking with them their lands, on which their ancestors lived for centuries.”

In August 2021, Zelensky said that residents of Donbass who consider themselves Russians should move to Russia, since the region will never be Russian territory, but will sooner or later return to Ukraine. “I think for the future of your children and grandchildren, if you love Russia and have been on the territory of Ukraine all your life and felt that this is Russia, then you must understand that for the sake of your children and grandchildren you already need to go and look for a place for yourself in Russia. That's right,” — he said then.

On February 22, Russia recognized the independence of the Donetsk and Luhansk People's Republics. Two days later, the country launched a military operation in Ukraine, during which the Russian military took control of parts of the Kherson and Zaporozhye regions; pro-Russian civil-military administrations (VGA) were formed in these territories. On September 20, the DPR, LPR, as well as the Kherson and Zaporizhzhya Higher State Administrations simultaneously announced that they would hold referendums on joining Russia from September 23 to 27.

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Russian President Vladimir Putin said on September 21 that the country would support “the decision about its future, which will be made by the majority of residents of the Donetsk and Lugansk People's Republics, Zaporozhye and Kherson regions.”

The Ukrainian authorities have repeatedly stressed that holding referendums would make negotiations between Moscow and Kyiv impossible. The country calls these territories occupied and promises to return them under its control.

The US White House says that the referendums in Donbass “are an insult to the principles of sovereignty and territorial integrity.” German Chancellor Olaf Scholz emphasizes that their holding does not comply with international law and agreements. French President Emmanuel Macron is confident that the vote will have no legal consequences. The G7 countries (Great Britain, Germany, Italy, Canada, France, Japan and the USA) have stated that they will never recognize the results of the referenda and are ready to take additional economic sanctions against Russia, as well as individuals and legal entities involved in this process. The European Union has also warned about new sanctions.

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Putin gave university and college students a deferment from mobilization

The deferment will be given to students of full-time and part-time forms of study who are receiving secondary vocational and higher education for the first time. Earlier, the authorities admitted that, by decision of the commissions, external students can be called

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Students receiving the first higher education are not subject to conscription under partial mobilization, the corresponding decree was signed by President Vladimir Putin, the Kremlin press service reports in the telegram channel.

This applies to both students studying in organizations of secondary vocational and higher education in full-time, and part-time; the document specifies that the measure will affect those who receive education at the appropriate level for the first time.

The decree comes into force from the date of signing.

Putin announced a partial mobilization on 21 September. During his address to citizens, he explained this decision by the need to “protect our Motherland, its sovereignty and territorial integrity, to ensure the security of our people and people in the liberated territories.” According to the president, in the course of the military operation in Ukraine, the Russian military is confronting “practically the entire military machine of the collective West.”

only citizens who are currently in the reserve, and above all those who served in the armed forces, have certain military specialties and relevant experience.

The Ministry of Defense stated that those who are undergoing primary education at universities in full-time or evening departments and are registered with the military at their place of residence will not be recruited.

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The second day of the referendum ended in the DPR, LPR, Zaporozhye and Kherson region

The heads of the local CEC reported on the turnout in the referendums on joining Russia. In two days, 55.5% voted in the DNR, and 45.86% in the LNR. In Zaporozhye and Kherson regions, the turnout was 35.54% and 31.79%, respectively ” media=”(max-width: 320px) and (-webkit-min-device-pixel-ratio: 2), (max-width: 320px) and (min-resolution: 192dpi)” >

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The election commissions of the republics of Donbass and the territories of Zaporozhye and Kherson regions taken under control during the military operation in Ukraine presented the results of the second day of the referendum on joining Russia.

The highest turnout was recorded in the Donetsk People's Republic— 55.05%, said the head of the CEC Vladimir Vysotsky, RIA Novosti reports. More than 850 thousand people have already managed to vote, and more than 235 thousand of them cast their votes in foreign polling stations.

In the Lugansk People's Republic, 21.97% of voters voted, as a result, the turnout was 45.86% in two days, said Elena Kravchenko, chairman of the CEC of the republic, RIA Novosti reports. According to the representative of the electoral committee Svetlana Kirsanova, more than 110 thousand citizens of the LNR cast their vote. Representative of the People's Militia of the Republic Andrei Marochko added that more than 90% of the military voted in the department.

The total turnout for two days of voting at the referendum in the Kherson region is 31.79%, said Marina Zakharova, chairman of the Central Election Commission of the Kherson region, adding that on September 24, residents of the region voted more actively than the day before.

Chairman of the election commission of the Zaporozhye region Galina Katyushchenko said that 35.54% of voters voted during the two days of the referendum. More than 12,000 people took part in the voting.

Foreign observers are present at the referendums, in particular from Belarus, Germany, Serbia, Turkey and France. They said that the voting is taking place in accordance with international law and is transparent.

However, a number of states, including the countries of the “Big Seven” condemned the holding of referendums and ruled out the recognition of the voting results. Turkey also refused to recognize them. In early August, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky called referendums a condition for ending negotiations with Russia.

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Lavrov announced the desire of the United States to turn the whole world into its “backyard”

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The United States is trying to turn the entire globe into its “backyard” by imposing illegal unilateral sanctions on dissenters, Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said at the 77th session of the UN General Assembly.

“Obviously that the notorious Monroe Doctrine is gaining global coverage. Washington is trying to turn the entire globe into its “backyard”, — he said, adding that sanctions are being used as a tool of political blackmail.

Lavrov stressed that the restrictions affect the lives of ordinary citizens, preventing the supply of essential goods, including medicines and food. The Russian minister pointed out that the United States and its allies want to “stop the flywheel of time”, despite the fact that the unipolar model of world development, which “served the interests of the” golden billion ” at the expense of the resources of Asia, Africa and Latin America, is becoming a thing of the past.

He believes that Washington does not want other states to develop independently, and that is why it seeks to “destroy, dismember” Russia. Lavrov called on everyone who wants to develop towards a democratic and just world, and not order with one hegemon, to join Russia.

“Today, the formation of sovereign states, ready to defend national interests, leads to the formation of an equal, socially oriented and sustainable multipolar architecture. However, objective geopolitical processes are perceived by Washington and the ruling elites of the Western countries who have completely submitted to it as a threat to their dominant position. said the minister.

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Lavrov rejected the possibility of the first steps towards negotiations with the West on Ukraine

Lavrov: Russia will not take the first steps towards negotiations with the West on Ukraine The Minister noted that Russia does not refuse negotiations on Ukraine, but does not intend to take the first steps. According to him, back in 2014 the West “destroyed the branched architecture of our relations” and cut off all contacts .jpg 673w” media=”(max-width: 320px) and (-webkit-min-device-pixel-ratio: 2), (max-width: 320px) and (min-resolution: 192dpi)” >

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Russia does not refuse negotiations on the situation around Ukraine, but will not take the first steps for such negotiations with the West. This was stated at a press conference at the UN headquarters by Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov.

“We do not refuse negotiations. And when appropriate proposals come in, we do not refuse. Want our partners “quietly” meet so that no one knows about it, & mdash; please. Talking is always better than not talking. But in the situation in which we are now, Russia simply will not take any first steps, — he said.

According to the minister, “everything was destroyed back in 2014, when the European Union stopped all contacts, destroyed the branched architecture of our relations.” “If they contact us, we will see. But we will not contact them. We concluded for ourselves: they are absolutely incapable of negotiating, — Lavrov pointed out.

At the same time, the head of the Foreign Ministry stressed that the longer Kyiv refuses to negotiate, the more difficult it will be to negotiate. “The last thing that happened in terms of contacts with Ukrainians” this is our agreement with their paper on the principles of the settlement. After that, they went in a completely different direction,»,— he concluded.

Russia has been conducting a special operation in Ukraine since February 24. Moscow called its goals the protection of the population and the “complete liberation” of Donbass, as well as ensuring the security of Russia. Under the control of Russian troops are the Kherson region, part of the Zaporozhye region and Kharkov. On September 23, in the territories controlled by Russia, as well as in the Donetsk and Lugansk People's Republics, referendums on joining Russia started.

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Since the end of February, Moscow and Kyiv have been negotiating a settlement, but in May they were completely suspended. Russia blamed Ukraine and Western countries for this, and also declared its readiness to resume dialogue. President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky called the return of all lost territories after February 24 as a condition for negotiations. He also said that dialogue would become impossible if referenda were held in Russian-controlled territories.

From September 21, partial mobilization was announced in Russia, according to Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu, it is planned to attract up to 300 thousand reservists to the troops.

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The State Administration of the Kherson region reported on the explosions and the work of air defense over Nova Kakhovka

At least 14 explosions thundered in Nova Kakhovka in the Kherson region, air defense is working. This is reported by RIA Novosti with reference to the military-civilian administration of the region.

“Air defense is operating in Novaya Kakhovka: 8 air explosions,” said in the message.

An hour earlier, regional authorities reported six explosions and an air raid siren.

New Kakhovka— a city 58 km east of Kherson, located on the left bank of the Dnieper River, below the Kakhovskaya hydroelectric power station. The population of the city in 2020 was 45.8 thousand people.

New Kakhovka is periodically shelled. So, on September 20, during the shelling of a residential building on Bukin Street, two people were wounded. The military-civilian administration of the city reported that the air raid siren went off seven times during the day.

Since September 23, a referendum on joining Russia has been held in the Kherson region, as well as in the part of the Zaporozhye region occupied by Russian troops. Similar referendums are held in the DNR and LNR. They will last until September 27.

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In Ukraine allowed the mobilization of “all or very many” students

Arestovich did not rule out that due to the partial mobilization announced in Russia, Ukrainian students could also be mobilized. According to him, we are talking about “the survival of the nation”

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“All or very many” Ukrainian students may be drafted into the Ukrainian army against the backdrop of Russia's announcement of partial mobilization. This was stated by Advisor to the Office of the President of Ukraine Oleksiy Arestovich on the air of the Feigin Live program. (host Mark Feigin is included in the register of foreign media agents).

“If a million people are mobilized in Russia, then what kind of departure are you talking about? We may need everything. Do you generally want Ukraine to survive, or do you want to solve your personal problem with studying at the Sorbonne or at Oxford? — he said.

To a clarifying question from the presenter about the prospects for students, Arestovich said: “The prospect is bad. The girls will leave. Boys… I'm sorry.

Russia seven months ago— on the night of February 24— launched a military operation in Ukraine. President Vladimir Putin called its goals the protection of the population of Donbass, as well as the “demilitarization” of and “denazification” neighboring state. In response, Ukraine imposed martial law and declared general mobilization, and men aged 18 to 60 were banned from leaving the country. In May, the head of the Ukrainian Defense Ministry, Oleksiy Reznikov, said that the authorities want to recruit 1 million people into the army.

After the start of the Russian special operation, the Ukrainian authorities announced that the mobilization would take place in several stages. At the first of them, former military personnel with combat experience who had served in the army under a contract or participated in hostilities in the Donbass were to be drafted into the army, then— military personnel who served in the military until 2014 or served under a contract. At the third stage, graduates of the military departments of universities (as reserve officers) and everyone who does not have age and physical restrictions were to be called into the army. At the fourth stage, the so-called public reserve can be attracted to the service, that is, all citizens of the country without age and physical restrictions.

On the morning of September 21, President Vladimir Putin announced a partial mobilization in Russia. The presidential decree contains ten points, but the seventh is omitted. The document also says nothing about the duration of the mobilization.

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Presidential spokesman Dmitry Peskov refused to disclose the content of the seventh paragraph, citing the fact that it was intended for official use. The Kremlin spokesman cited Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu as saying that 300,000 reservists would be called up. “Here we are talking about the number of up to 300 thousand people,” — he said. Peskov also repeatedly denied reports that the authorities plan to call up more than 1 million people.

According to the clarifications of the Ministry of Defense, privates and sergeants under 35 years old, junior officers under 50 years old and senior officers are subject to mobilization. up to 55 years, as well as citizens with combat experience. The priority criteria are not military ranks, but military specialties: shooters, tankers, artillerymen, drivers, driver-mechanics. The delay was given to a number of specialists in the financial sector, IT companies and the media, as well as students of universities and colleges.

To date, the Kherson region, part of the Zaporozhye region and Kharkiv region are under the control of Russian troops. On September 23, in the territories controlled by Russia, as well as in the Donetsk and Lugansk people's republics, referendums on joining Russia started.

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Matviyenko urged governors not to make mistakes during mobilization

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Russian governors need to ensure partial mobilization in full compliance with the announced recruitment criteria and not make mistakes, Speaker of the Federation Council Valentina Matvienko said in her telegram channel.

“Once again I ask each of you— consider that I am addressing personally— if necessary, 24 hours a day, seven days a week, be in constant contact with the military commissars, in direct communication with regional ombudsmen and members of the public, but ensure that partial mobilization is carried out in full and absolute compliance with the announced criteria. Without a single mistake!»— politician wrote.

According to her, information about incorrect cases of mobilization of citizens, “obviously not falling under the selection rules declared earlier by the Russian military leadership,” is already appearing and actively discussed in society and social networks. “It seems that somewhere it is admitted that a quick report is more important than a qualitatively fulfilling an important state task. Such excesses are absolutely unacceptable. And I think, quite rightly, they cause a sharp reaction in society,»,— the speaker of the Federation Council emphasized.

She pointed out that at present the country has an incredibly high level of patriotism, cohesion and support for the goals of a special military operation, so there should be no such cases of incorrect conscription. “People should see the responsibility of the government and feel the openness and fairness of all its actions,” — concluded Matvienko.

Russian President Vladimir Putin announced a partial mobilization in Russia on 21 September. Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu said that it would cover 300,000 people, or 1% of the country's mobilization reserve. According to the presidential decree, those called up for partial mobilization will have the status of military servicemen under contract and will receive payments and social guarantees as military personnel.

The Ministry of Defense explained that privates and sergeants under 35 years old, junior officers under 50 years old, senior officers are subject to partial mobilization. up to 55 years old. One of the main factors for conscription, the department calls the presence of combat experience among those called up from the reserve. The postponement is provided for some employees of high-tech industries, banks and the media, as well as students of universities and colleges.

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Cases of mobilization of citizens by mistake have already been recognized by the authorities of some regions. In particular, the head of Yakutia, Aisen Nikolaev, said that fathers with many children with four children under 16 were called up. He called the situation unacceptable and promised that “those called in error will be returned.” The head of the Vladimir region, Alexander Avdeev, also reported that work on the return of those mistakenly mobilized in the region had already begun.

The governor of the Magadan region, Sergei Nosov, also reported on complaints from relatives of citizens not subject to mobilization. Similar cases were identified in Buryatia, where, according to the head of the region Alexei Tsydenov, after clarifying the data, 70 fathers with many children were released home. The Governor of Sevastopol, Mikhail Razvozhaev, said that there are cases when those who have not even served urgently are called up. He promised to deal with such incidents personally.

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The authorities allowed the conscription of part-time students by decision of the commission

“Explaining the Russian Federation”: part-time students can be called up by decision of the commission Doctors can be called up, as well as graduates of military universities who have been trained in military training programs for sergeants, foremen, soldiers and reserve sailors

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Students receiving education at the correspondence department may be called up for service as part of partial mobilization by decision of the draft board, the portal “Explaining the Russian Federation” launched by the Russian government.

“Conscription of full-time students for mobilization is not planned. Correspondence students can be attracted by the decision of the draft commission for mobilization, — stated in the publication devoted to frequently asked questions about mobilization.

They explained that during the period of mobilization, people with one of three categories of fitness for military service are subject to conscription— A, B, and C (pass, pass with minor restrictions, and pass with limited eligibility).

The portal also indicated that doctors may be subject to mobilization, since all medical specialties are military registration. “Health workers are planned to be called up in accordance with mobilization tasks and instructions”, — The message says.

Graduates of military universities who have completed military training programs for sergeants, reserve foremen, soldiers and reserve sailors can also be called up for service as part of the mobilization. The same applies to graduates of military departments at state universities who are in reserve, the message indicates.

A separate procedure applies to employees of the Ministry of Internal Affairs, the Russian Guard, the Ministry of Emergency Situations, since they are on special military records, the portal notes.

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Russian President Vladimir Putin announced a partial mobilization on 21 September. He explained its necessity by protecting the sovereignty and territorial integrity of Russia, ensuring the security of the people and “people in the liberated territories.” As part of the partial mobilization, it is planned to attract 300 thousand people and only those who have military specialties, Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu said.

From February 24, Russia has been conducting a special military operation in Ukraine. Moscow called its goals the protection of the population and the “complete liberation” of Donbass, as well as ensuring the security of Russia. On September 23, in the territories of the Kherson and Zaporozhye regions controlled by Russian troops, as well as in the Donetsk and Lugansk people's republics, referendums on their entry into Russia began.

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Putin signed a decree on the indexation of 4% of salaries of federal officials

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The salaries of federal officials from October 1 will be indexed by 4%. This is stated in the decree of President Vladimir Putin, published on the site of legal information.

“Increase from October 1, 2022 by 1.04 times the monetary remuneration of persons holding public positions in the Russian Federation,” — said in the document. It refers, in particular, to the salaries of President Vladimir Putin and Prime Minister Mikhail Mishustin, as well as the salaries of Deputy Chairman of the Security Council Dmitry Medvedev, heads of ministries and other top officials. The last time the salary of civil servants was indexed in 2020— by 3%.

Another presidential decree calls for a 4% indexation of the salaries of all persons holding government positions and positions of the federal civil service in Russia, starting from October 1. Separate decrees indexed the salaries of the Prosecutor General Igor Krasnov and the head of the Investigative Committee Alexander Bastrykin by 4%.

To what extent were the salaries of federal state employees indexed before

  • In 2019, they were raised by 4.3% with inflation in 2018 at 4.26%.
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  • In 2021, salaries were raised by 4% (except for officials) with inflation for 2020 at the level of 4.91%.
  • In 2022, an indexation of 4% is expected, inflation for 2021 was 8.39%.

The Ministry of Finance plans to allocate 1.006 trillion rubles. indexation of salaries for public sector employees in the next three years, follows from the methodology for calculating the maximum base budget allocations of the federal budget for 2023-2025, which was studied by RBC. The amount of appropriations is almost twice the volume planned for the same purpose in 2022-2024, which was estimated at 579 billion rubles.

In 2023, due to indexation, salaries of state employees will increase by 104.7 billion rubles, 2024— by 359 billion rubles, and in 2025— by 541.7 billion rubles, according to the materials of the Ministry of Finance.

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In the past In 2008, it was decided to abandon the indexation of salaries of civil servants, except for the military, in order to save money. According to the Ministry of Finance, this was supposed to save the budget in 2021 2.9 billion rubles. Finance Minister Anton Siluanov explained that the measure was necessary to balance the budget in the current economic situation. “They collected everything from all measures, bit by bit, in order to balance the budget,” — he stated.

Before that, the suspension of the indexation of salaries of officials was used in 2014, 2015 and 2016 against the background of the crisis and lack of money in the budget. Subsequently, officials' salaries were increased by the inflation rate for the previous year.

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Finland will ban the entry and transit of Russians on the Schengen of any country

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Finland, following the Baltic countries and Poland, will ban the transit of Russians with Schengen visas, including those obtained in other countries. The ban will be adopted within a few days, now it is formulated in a draft version, said Foreign Minister Pekka Haavisto.

“Based on the decision, the authorities will be able to completely stop the movement of tourists [from Russia]. <…> Visas can also be canceled on an individual basis at the Finnish border,— emphasized by Haavisto.

According to him, it will be possible for Russians to come to Finland only for family reasons, to study, work, or if they own real estate (if it is jointly owned). He also pointed out that refusal to perform military service is not sufficient grounds for applying for asylum in Finland.

Since September 19, in response to the ongoing hostilities in Ukraine, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania and Poland, bordering with Russia, have also banned entry for Russians even with valid Schengen visas.

Finland remained the last country through which Russian tourists could enter in the EU along the land border: on February 27, the European Union closed its airspace to Russian aircraft.

In addition, the European Union has suspended the visa facilitation with Russia since September 12. Obtaining visas has become longer, more difficult and more expensive. The visa fee has increased from €35 to €80, and the standard time limit for making a decision on Schengen visa applications has increased from ten to 15 days, and in some cases can be extended up to 45 days.

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After the partial mobilization in the country announced by Russian President Vladimir Putin, Finnish customs recorded a sharp increase in the number of Russians entering: over the past two days, at least 15,832 Russians have passed through three checkpoints on the border with Finland (7,070 on September 21 and 8,762 on September 22 -e).

The number of Russians who crossed the border per day increased by an average of 1.5 times compared to previous days (5436 people on September 14, 5728— September 15, 5435— September 19, 5701— September 20). At the same time, the growth was mainly due to those who traveled to Finland: their number more than doubled, while the number of Russians who crossed the border from Finland remained approximately at the same level these days.

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In mid-September, the Finnish authorities took the initiative to include tourist visas for Russian citizens in the scope of sanctions, and also invited EU members to enter into the Schengen Information System (SIS) information about Russians who were not admitted by any country to the Schengen area

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Kadyrov called draft dodgers “second-class people” and recalled the duty

Citizens who evade military draft are ordinary cowards, ready to “poke a finger at the second chapter of the Constitution” when they want to expand their comfort zone, but are not able to support the state, the head of Chechnya believes

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No “fairy tales” about the attitude to hostilities and violence cannot justify people who dodge the draft, especially at times when the state needs support most of all, wrote in the “appeal to the deviators”; Head of Chechnya Ramzan Kadyrov.

“When you need the state, you are a citizen with a capital letter, demanding that your rights be respected, and you love to poke your finger at the second chapter of the Russian Constitution. When you want to expand your comfort zone, you are a patriot to the core. But when the state needs your support and they give you a summons, who are you? No, you are not grateful to the state and a defender loyal to the people. You are an ordinary coward, a slave to your hare soul, & mdash; wrote the head of the region in the telegram channel.

He emphasized that no excuse “will wash away this shame”, including “fairy tales” about the unacceptability of the “idea of ​​war” or violence. “You can say that you don't support the current policy <…> But know that you are just a coward, a traitor and a second-class person, — he declared.

On September 21, President Vladimir Putin announced a partial mobilization in Russia. He called the decision “fully adequate to the threats” the country is facing. Mobilization is needed to protect the sovereignty and territorial integrity of Russia, to ensure the security of the people and “people in the liberated territories,” he said. Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu claimed that the authorities were going to call up 300,000 Russians, or about 1% of the country's total mobilization reserve.

The day before, Kadyrov said that he fully supported the decision on partial mobilization and Chechnya would fulfill it “by 100 %". The head of the region pointed out that Chechen servicemen were already actively participating in the military operation in Ukraine. After the outbreak of hostilities, the head of the region repeatedly reported on the dispatch of Chechen fighters and volunteers to Ukraine.

Even before the announcement of partial mobilization, Kadyrov appealed to the heads of the regions not to wait for the Kremlin's announcements or to “sit out waiting for the end” military operations in Ukraine, and start “self-mobilization” & mdash; train and staff 1,000 volunteers each, stating that for a single subject this is “not such a large number.”

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Darwin Museum and Viktyuk Theater to become mobilization points

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Temporary mobilization points will open in Moscow, which should provide comfortable conditions both for the mobilized themselves and for residents of houses located near the military registration and enlistment offices, reports the Moscow City News Agency.

Such points will be opened at the Museum of Moscow, the State Darwin Museum, the Viktyuk Theater and the Museum of Heroes of Russia and the Soviet Union.

“The creation of temporary mobilization points will not only make it possible to comfortably organize the reception of visitors, but also ensure that there are no additional inconveniences for Muscovites living near military registration and enlistment offices. The choice of places for the temporary placement of reserve mobilization points was due to the presence of all the necessary conditions for a comfortable stay of visitors, their transport accessibility and taking into account the proximity to already working military enlistment offices, — clarifies the agency.

The authorities also organize transport links between the military registration and enlistment offices and related temporary mobilization points.

RBC sent a request to the Department of Information and Mass Communications of the Ministry of Defense. “Unfortunately, we can’t comment on this information in any way yet,” — reported in the press service of the Museum of Moscow.

General Director of the Museum of Moscow Anna Trapkova also declined to comment, saying she was on a business trip.

RBC sent a request to the press service of the Darwin Museum, the Museum of Heroes of the Soviet Union and Russia, and the press service of the Roman Viktyuk Theatre.

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Earlier, an announcement was published on the website of the Viktyuk Theater stating that “for technical reasons, all performances from September 24 to October 9 are canceled.” The reason was not named, below the theater explained the conditions for a refund for already sold tickets.

An announcement was published on the website of the Museum of Moscow about the cancellation of the Veter Fall Fest scheduled for September 24 & ndash; 25. The reason for the cancellation was not mentioned in the announcement. “Unfortunately, we can’t comment on this information in any way yet,” — responded to a request from RBC in the press service of the Museum of Moscow.

RBC sent inquiries to the press service of the Darwin Museum, the Museum of Heroes of the Soviet Union and Russia, and the press service of the Roman Viktyuk Theatre. At the time of writing this material, no responses have been received.

Partial mobilization was announced in Russia on 21 September. The next day, Moscow Mayor Sergei Sobyanin established payments to military personnel called up for mobilization. According to his decree, the monthly payment will be 50 thousand rubles.

In the event of a serious injury (concussion, trauma, injury), military personnel are entitled to a one-time payment in the amount of 1 million rubles, in case of a minor injury (concussion, injury, injury)— 500 thousand rubles

Lump sum payment in case of death of military personnel or “their death before the expiration of one year from the date of dismissal from military service due to injury <…> or illness received in the performance of military service duties” will amount to 3 million rubles. family members of the deceased (deceased).

On September 22, the Moscow Military Commissariat issued an order on mobilization. “All officers, warrant officers, midshipmen, sergeants, foremen, soldiers and sailors of the reserve, permanently residing in the city of Moscow, who have received personal summons from the military commissariat, appear on the dates and points specified in their personal summons,” — it says.

Mobilized Muscovites need to have documents and personal belongings with them.

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Oscar nominee Boris Dobrodeev dies

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Dramaturg, screenwriter, honored artist Boris Dobrodeev has died at the age of 96, according to the Union of Cinematographers of Russia.

“In the 96th year, the famous playwright, Honored Artist, laureate of the State Prize of the RSFSR named after Brothers Vasiliev, laureate of the Lenin Prize, member of the Union of Cinematographers of Russia, Dobrodeev Boris Tikhonovich, passed away, — the message says.

The Union of Cinematographers of Russia and the Guild of Screenwriters expressed their condolences to Dobrodeev's family and friends.

Boris Dobrodeev was born on April 28, 1927 in Voronezh, in 1949 he graduated from the screenwriting department of VGIK. He was sent to Mosfilm, where he rose from one of the four editors of the script and editorial department to the deputy editor-in-chief of this studio. Since 1957 he has worked as a screenwriter.

In the cinema, Dobrodeev worked for almost 60 years. Participated in the creation of more than 80 feature and full-length documentaries. He is one of the creators of the biographical documentary genre in Soviet cinema. Among his works are Boris Barnet's Quiet Cinema, Stalin's Favorite Movie, Sofia Kovalevskaya, A Particularly Important Task, Beethoven's Life, Red Diplomat, Leonid Krasin's Life Pages. , “Mother's field” and others.

In 1977, for the script of the film “The Ninth Height” received the Vasiliev Brothers State Prize of the RSFSR, and in 1982 he was awarded the Lenin Prize for the television series Karl Marx. Young years. Also among his achievements— Prize of the Venice Film Festival for the film “The First Teacher” co-authored with Chingiz Aitmatov and nominated for “Oscar” for the tape “Memories of Pavlovsk”.

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Ex-senator Arashukov found guilty of murders and the creation of an organized crime group

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The jury of the Moscow City Court convicted the former senator from Karachay-Cherkessia Rauf Arashukov on all charges, including organizing murders and creating a criminal community, TASS reports.

The jury also found guilty of participation in a criminal group of the ex-adviser to the general director of the company “Gazprom Mezhregiongaz” Raul Arashukov (father of Rauf Arashukov), former acting Head of the Department of the Investigative Committee for Karachay-Cherkessia, Major General of Justice Kazbek Bulatov and Timur Betuganov, ex-head of the Center for Countering Extremism of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Karachay-Cherkessia. The foreman of the jury added that the defendants in the case did not deserve leniency.

“On the question of whether Arashukov R.T. in the creation of a criminal community for the purpose of illegal enrichment— in particular, by stealing gas, the board answered “yes”. To the question of whether it was proved that Arashukov R.R. entered the specified community, Bulatov K.A. and the ex-head of the center for countering extremism of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Karachay-Cherkessia Timur Betuganov, the board answered “yes”, — the foreman of the collegium read out the text.

The jury decided that Andrei Filippov, the investigator of the Investigative Committee for the KChR, was not guilty of membership in the specified criminal community, but was only involved in the abuse of official powers. Also, according to the jury, another person involved in the case is not guilty under the article on the criminal community. former employee of Gazprom Mezhregiongaz Stavropol Guzer Khashukaev. He was found guilty only of involvement in the theft of gas and a false denunciation. Earlier, he testified against other defendants in the case.

The investigation believes that Rauf Arashukov, on the instructions of his father, organized the murders of the deputy chairman of the public youth movement “Adyghe-Khase” KChR Aslan Zhukov and adviser to the head of the republic Fral Shebzukhov, as well as the beating of a witness to the murder of Zhukov. In addition, the ex-senator influenced Bulatov and Betuganov to conceal their crimes, the case says.

The Arashukovs were detained in 2019. The investigation accused them of creating a criminal community that had been operating for about 17 years.

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Rauf was also charged with the organization of two murders and a deliberately false denunciation, his father— fraud.

Rauf Arashukov was detained on January 30, 2019 during a meeting of the Federation Council. Later, his father Raul Arashukov was arrested, as well as several other top managers from the structures of Gazprom. in the North Caucasus. Speaking in court as the detainees were restrained, the investigator said that the organized criminal community created by Arashukov to steal gas had been operating for 17 years. “The criminal community has been functioning since 2002 on the territory of the North Caucasian Federal District. Arashukov, being its creator, gradually, methodically appointed his relatives to key positions in the gas industry, after which they, either personally or giving instructions to their subordinates, committed actions to steal gas, — said the representative of the TFR.

By the time the alleged members of the OCG were detained, they managed to steal gas in the amount of 31 billion rubles, the investigation believes. At trial, the criminal group led by Arashukov was charged with stealing gas for more than 4.4 billion rubles.

Betuganov and Bulatov were detained by the FSB in April 2019. According to investigators, they were engaged in operational support for the murders, in which Arashukov is suspected. Both security officials were friends of the senator.

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In July 2021, the Basmanny Court of Moscow seized the property of Raul and Rauf Arashukov for 1.3 billion rubles in favor of the state.

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Hungarian Foreign Minister promised to continue issuing Schengen visas to Russians

Hungarian Foreign Minister Szijjarto promised to continue issuing Schengen visas to Russians According to Peter Szijjarto, he “respects” the decisions of countries that have introduced visa restrictions, but Budapest did not make such decisions

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Hungary will continue to issue Schengen visas to Russians visas; no decision was made to terminate their registration, Foreign Minister Peter Szijjártó said in an interview with TASS on the sidelines of the high-level week of the UN General Assembly.

“There is a clear methodology for issuing visas to tourists from countries with which there is no visa facilitation agreement. This is a more complicated and slightly longer procedure than when such an agreement exists. But if it is not there, it does not mean that we do not issue visas. Of course, we will continue to issue visas in accordance with the procedure,— Szijjarto said.

The head of the Hungarian Foreign Ministry clarified that we are talking about Schengen visas, including multiple entries.

At the same time, he noted that he “respects” decisions of countries that have introduced visa restrictions.

“But to discuss them— not my job. We did not make such a decision. Why should we do this? We will continue issuing visas to Russian citizens, — stressed the minister.

Budapest also, according to Szijjártó, will never agree to support energy and nuclear sanctions that would harm national interests.

“And, to be honest, I don’t see how difficulties with our energy security will help Ukraine,” — he pointed out.

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According to him, he is “not very happy” discussion in the EU of the next package of sanctions against Russia, “because so far experience shows that the sanctions we have imposed are causing more damage to ourselves.”

Szijjarto declared that he was “always very honest” with Russian colleague Sergey Lavrov and told him about the “extremely serious” the impact of hostilities in Ukraine on Hungary. “So the sooner this is over, the better,” — concluded the minister.

Amid hostilities in Ukraine and calls for visa restrictions for Russian tourists, the EU suspended the visa facilitation agreement with Russia on September 12. This means that the visa fee has increased from 35 to 80 euros, and the standard visa processing time— from ten to 15 days (with the possibility of extension up to a maximum of 45 days in some cases). In addition, it will be more difficult to obtain multiple-entry visas and you will have to collect more documents.

Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania and Poland, bordering with Russia, have banned entry for Russians with Schengen visas since September 19.

23 September, Finnish Foreign Minister Pekka Haavisto announced his intention to limit transit for tourists from Russia.

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G7 countries condemned referendums and threatened Russia with additional measures

The G7 countries stressed that they would never recognize the results of referendums.

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The G7 countries (Great Britain, Germany, Italy, Canada, France, Japan and the USA) condemned the holding of referendums on joining Russia in the Donetsk and Luhansk People's Republics, as well as in the Kherson and Zaporozhye regions.

They expressed their readiness to take additional economic measures against Russia, as well as individuals and legal entities inside and outside the country, “providing political or economic support to Russia's illegal attempts to change the status of the territory of Ukraine.” This is stated in the statement of the states, published on the website of the White House.

The readiness of the United States to subject Russia to additional sanctions was also confirmed by the press secretary of the White House, Karine Jean-Pierre.

“We, the leaders of the G7 (G7), strongly condemn the bogus referendums that Russia is trying to use to create a false pretext to change the status of the sovereign territory of Ukraine,” the statement says.

Moscow's actions violate the UN Charter and international law and are contrary to the rule of law, and referendums have no legal force and are not legitimate, the G7 believes. The statement emphasizes that the G7 will never recognize the results of the referenda.

In addition, the G7 states condemned the announcement of partial mobilization by Russian President Vladimir Putin and his rhetoric, calling it a “step towards escalation.”

Putin called the goal of mobilization “the defense of our Motherland, its sovereignty and territorial integrity, to ensure the security of our people and people in the liberated territories.” He also accused the West of having launched “nuclear blackmail”, and assured that “if the territorial integrity of our country is threatened, to protect Russia and our people” Moscow is using “every means at our disposal.” “It's not a bluff,” — approves the head of state.

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In the DPR, the question for the voting ballot was formulated as follows: “Do you support the entry of the DPR into the Russian Federation as a constituent entity of the Russian Federation?”

In the LPR, the question will sound like this: for the entry of the LPR into the Russian Federation as a constituent entity of the Russian Federation?

The bulletin in the Kherson region will contain the question: state and its entry into the Russian Federation as a subject of the Russian Federation? The bulletin will be compiled in two languages: Russian and Ukrainian.

In the Zaporozhye region, the question was formulated 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 dubbed in Ukrainian.

Putin said on September 21 that Russia would support “the decision about its future, which will be made by the majority of residents of the Donetsk and Luhansk People's Republics, Zaporozhye and Kherson regions.”

On February 24, Russian President Vladimir Putin announced the start of a military operation in Ukraine, the purpose of which he called “protecting people who have been subjected to bullying, genocide by the Kyiv regime for eight years,” as well as “demilitarization and denazification” neighboring country. At the same time, he claimed that the Russian side did not intend to occupy Ukrainian territory.

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Turkey says it won’t recognize referendum results

The official representative of the Turkish President, Ibrahim Kalyn, recalled Ankara's position on Crimea, which refuses to consider it part of Russia

Turkey does not recognize the results of referendums in the Donetsk and Lugansk People's Republics, as well as in the territories of the Kherson and Zaporozhye regions controlled by Russian troops, said the presidential spokesman Turkey Ibrahim Kalyn in an interview with NTV.

“Our position on Donetsk and Lugansk is the same as on Crimea. We do not recognize the referenda that Russia wants to hold. We continue to support the sovereignty and territorial integrity of Ukraine»,— Kalyn said.

He called Turkey “the only country” that seeks to end hostilities in Ukraine.

The Turkish side has repeatedly stated that it does not recognize the annexation of Crimea to Russia in 2014. In particular, President Recep Tayyip Erdogan called the return of the peninsula to Ukraine necessary to protect the country's territorial integrity. The Russian side, in turn, considers the issue of Crimea's ownership closed.

In the DPR and LPR, as well as in the Russian-controlled territories of Kherson and Zaporozhye regions, referendums on joining Russia began simultaneously on September 23. Voting will last until September 27.

Residents of the Donbass republics must answer the question of whether they support the entry of the DPR and LPR into Russia. The population of the parts of the Zaporozhye and Kherson regions controlled by Russian troops will have to answer: do they support the secession of these regions from Ukraine, their formation as independent states and joining Russia.

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The largest turnout, according to the authorities, is in the DPR— 23.64%.

President Vladimir Putin has already assured that the Russian side will support “the decision about their future, which will be made by the majority of residents of the Donetsk and Luhansk People's Republics, Zaporozhye and Kherson regions.”

On February 24, Russian President Vladimir Putin announced the start of a military operation in Ukraine, the purpose of which he called “protecting people who have been subjected to bullying, genocide by the Kyiv regime for eight years,” as well as “demilitarization and denazification.” neighboring country. At the same time, he argued that the Russian side did not intend to occupy Ukrainian territory.

Ukrainian leader Volodymyr Zelensky, back in early August, called holding referendums a condition for withdrawing from negotiations with Russia.

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The G7 countries (Great Britain, Germany, Italy, Canada, France, Japan and the USA) stated that they would never recognize the results of the referendums, and expressed their readiness to take additional measures against Russia, as well as individuals and legal entities within the country and beyond its borders, “providing political or economic support to Russia's illegal attempts to change the status of the territory of Ukraine.”

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Roskomnadzor approved the list of countries with adequate protection of the rights of PD subjects

Roskomnadzor has approved a list of foreign states that ensure adequate protection of the rights of personal data subjects, according to the website of the Russian agency.

The corresponding list includes 89 states, including countries that are a party to the Council of Europe Convention for the Protection of Individuals with regard to Automatic Processing of Personal Data. 

In addition, the list includes states that are not parties to the Convention, but whose rules of law and measures taken are consistent with its provisions.

The document comes into force on March 1, 2023.

Earlier, the Russian Ministry of Digital Development prepared draft government decrees that establish the procedure for prohibiting or restricting the transfer of personal data to other countries.

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