Because of the Ukrainian attack on the island of Serpents, the question arose of taking Odessa

All missiles and UAVs of the Armed Forces of Ukraine were destroyed

The Russian military department revealed the details of the operation that the Ukrainian Armed Forces (APU) were preparing against the garrison on Zmeiny Island, as well as the reasons for the strike on Russian drilling platforms in the Black Sea. According to Lieutenant General Igor Konashenkov, on the night of June 20, the Armed Forces of Ukraine tried to land troops on Zmeiny, having previously processed it with artillery and missiles.

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15 reconnaissance and attack drones were involved, including the Turkish Bayraktar TB-2. Obviously, the operation was carried out with the support of NATO forces, since a US Air Force Global Hawk RQ-4 strategic reconnaissance drone was spotted by our air defense near Zmeiny Island.

In addition, Tochka-U ballistic missiles hit the island , multiple rocket launchers “Hurricane” and American 155-mm howitzers M-777. The fire was fired from positions west of Odessa from Kubansky Island.

Anti-aircraft missile and gun systems “Pantsir” and anti-aircraft missile systems “Tor” were involved in the defense of the island. The result of the anti-aircraft battle was that the means of attack were destroyed: 13 drones, 4 Tochka-U missiles, 21 Uragan missiles.

According to the Russian Ministry of Defense, it was this failure that forced the Armed Forces of Ukraine to attack unprotected gas production platforms in the north western part of the Black Sea. They were hit by anti-ship missiles and a Bayraktar TB-2 drone. The BK-1 and Krym-1 platforms were damaged. A strong fire started, threatening an ecological disaster in this area of ​​the Black Sea.

There was a response from the Russian troops. Cruise missiles “Onyx” hit the military airfield “School” near Odessa. Hangars with Bayraktars-TB2 were destroyed there.

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Two artillery platoons 155 were also destroyed -mm M-777 howitzers. These guns are supplied to Ukraine by the United States.

As a military expert, captain 1st rank in the reserve, Vladimir Gundarov, told MK, he believes that Ukraine will continue to carry out harassing shelling of Zmeinoye, at the same time, the Ukrainian Navy has no opportunity to conduct a landing operation on the island.

– As for the possible landing of the Armed Forces of Ukraine on Zmeiny, I strongly doubt it, because just yesterday they delivered 14 more strikes on Odessa, on Ochakovo and, in my opinion, flooded all the remaining Ukrainian floating craft, which were left anyway – the cat cried.

But the shelling, apparently, will continue. Moreover, Ukraine received Harpoon anti-ship missiles from NATO, they are promised long-range multiple launch rocket systems. This is done because the island occupies a strategic position that allows it to control the entire northwestern part of the Black Sea, the coast and the air situation over this region and water area, approaches to Odessa, Nikolaev.

– By and large, yes. But for now, we will have to fight off all these strikes with air defense systems. And this is a rather difficult task, as the story with the same cruiser Moskva shows.

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In Lithuania, after the warning of the Russian Foreign Ministry, they stepped up military training

The number of conscripts and reservists will be increased

Lithuania does not seem to exclude military clashes with Russia and has already begun to actively build up its military potential. Thus, the Lithuanian Seimas (namely, 126 deputies) voted for amendments providing for an increase in the number of conscripts. According to the adopted amendments, up to 4,400 people will now be drafted into the Lithuanian army. Previously, the maximum number of recruits was 4,000.

Photo: Global Look Press the number of reservists who annually undergo army exercises. If earlier NATO exercises were held from 1.5 to 4 thousand people, then according to the new amendments, from 2.5 to 5 thousand people will participate in them.

It was also decided to increase the number of employees working under labor contracts in Lithuanian army, – from 1800 to 2050 people. The Lithuanian government also plans to build three military camps by 2023 – in Vilnius, Shilaly regions and Siauliai. To serve only these military camps, an additional 150 employees working under an employment contract will be required.

Let us recall that the Lithuanian authorities restored conscription for military service in 2015 “due to the aggravation of the geopolitical situation.” In Lithuania, conscript service lasts 9 months. From 2020, young people aged 18 to 23 are being drafted into the army. In addition, men and women under the age of 38 are accepted for contract service.

This week, Vilnius banned the transit through its territory of certain cargoes coming from Russia to the Kaliningrad region. The Russian Foreign Ministry called the move obviously “hostile” and promised an answer.

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The biography of the Spanish mercenary who died in Ukraine is revealed

He worked as a communications engineer in Lviv

The Spanish citizen who died in Ukraine arrived in the country in March and worked as a communications engineer in Lviv for the first time. According to the publication Ultima Hora, we are talking about 31-year-old Ángel Adrover Martinez, who was originally from the city of Porto Colom in Mallorca.

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Earlier, the Europa Press agency reported, citing the Spanish Foreign Ministry, that a 22-year-old Spaniard from the city of Manacor in Mallorca died in Ukraine. At the same time, it was not known whether the foreigner died as a result of hostilities.

In turn, Ultima Hora found out that Adrover graduated from a university in Catalonia, after which he worked as an IT specialist in a hospital in Mallorca. Two years ago, he moved to the Netherlands.

The Spanish government did not know that Adrover had gone to Ukraine. The man told his relatives that he decided to go to the country as a volunteer. Relatives note that he had no combat training.

It is also noted that before being sent to the war zone, Adrover worked for some time as a communications engineer in Lviv, but then expressed a desire to go to the front line. His mother said that her son rarely contacted them, as he was not allowed to communicate much with his family.

The woman added that one day a colonel of the armed forces of Ukraine contacted her via WhatsApp, who told her, that he personally knew her son, as he served in his brigade.

The officer also stated that the Spaniard himself wanted to get to the front line. As previously reported, Adrover died around June 18th. The Spanish embassy confirmed his death and said that they were solving the issue of sending the body home.

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In Ukraine’s strikes on the platforms of “Chernomorneftegaz” they saw a British trace

According to experts, this was done by specially trained mercenaries who know NATO technology well.

After Ukrainian military strikes on Chernomorneftegaz drilling platforms in the Black Sea, seven people are reported missing . Five people received shrapnel wounds and burns. We talked to Andrey Koshkin, expert of the Association of Military Political Scientists, Head of the Department of Political Science and Sociology of the Plekhanov Russian University of Economics, and Captain First Rank of the Reserve, Vasily Dandykin, about what is behind the attack on civilian objects, and how events in that area may develop further.

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—This is a planned provocation, a blow to the industrial complex, which belongs to Russia, says Andrey Koshkin. — British Prime Minister Boris Johnson and senior leaders of the United States of America have said that they do not mind if the fighting moves into the territory of the Russian Federation.

And the Ukrainian side made this attempt, this half-step, to make their owners happy. The blow has been dealt. Dangerous blow…

From drilling sites to Odessa – only 71 kilometers. The city itself could be damaged. But the tactics of warfare of the Kyiv regime is that they are fighting against their own people. Unwilling to analyze losses. They want to sit on their chairs in Kyiv, deploying a Russophobic policy and doing everything they are told from Brussels, London and Washington.

The captain of the first rank of the reserve, Vasily Dandykin, believes that the attacks on the drilling rigs were carried out largely out of revenge for failures at the fronts.

“The Ukrainian side needed to demonstrate its success at least in some way,” says Vasily Dandykin. – And also to report to the sponsors, to demonstrate in action the weapons that they supplied to them. Show that it was not lost on the way, was not sold to third countries.

Andrey Koshkin, in turn, says that both Neptune missiles and British missiles, which were delivered to Ukraine before the start of a special military operation, could hit the drilling rigs. He also does not rule out that the platforms could be hit with missiles, which are now massively supplied to Ukraine by Western partners. The expert believes that the Ukrainian military did not care what to hit, just to reach the target.

According to Vasily Dandykin, it was not Ukrainian specialists who launched the missiles, but specially trained mercenaries who know NATO technology well.

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– I think that this whole operation was planned under the supervision of the British, – says Vasily Alekseevich. – There is a whole brain staff working there. We are opposed by the entire leadership of NATO. This can be seen both in developments and in approaches. It was established that a week before the strike, the Black Sea area, where the oil rigs are located, was photographed by American satellites.

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The captain of the first rank of the reserve believes that now Ukraine will have more and more Western weapons.

– The Soviet stocks are almost exhausted, and from Eastern Europe, by and large, everything is already raked out. Most importantly, there is no more ammunition left. Ukraine is moving to NATO standards. Every day it becomes more and more obvious. The goal of the US and the West is to drag out this military campaign.

Meanwhile, social networks and telegram channels continue to ask the question: “When will we hit ‘decision-making centers’?”

– We recently quite successfully hit the command post of the Armed Forces of Ukraine in the Dnepropetrovsk region with Kalibr missiles, – says Andrey Koshkin. – 57 senior officers were destroyed, including several generals who were just planning a military operation. The strike was pre-emptive – and delivered so timely that even the United States and other states that are members of the North Atlantic Alliance could not resist a high assessment. As for strikes against the General Staff or the Verkhovna Rada, they are designed only for a political effect.

Both experts are sure that conclusions from the disabling of our oil rigs will be made.

“Now we need to think about the release of Ochakov,” says Vasily Dandykin. – Until the port there is freed, it will not be possible to leave Kherson for the Black Sea. It was not by chance that the Ukrainian military mined the beaches there, they threw mines, because they are afraid of the landing of the Black Sea Fleet. But this will be the third stage of the operation…

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“The situation is dangerous”: the topics of the meeting between Putin and Lukashenka are predicted

What could be the Union State's joint response to Lithuania

Press Secretary of the President of the Russian Federation Dmitry Peskov confirmed that the next meeting between Vladimir Putin and Alexander Lukashenko is being prepared. According to the latest data, it will take place in Grodno, where the Forum of Regions will be held from June 30 to July 1. The heads of state will most likely discuss a plan of joint action, or rather, counteraction to Western sanctions pressure. “MK” found out how the sanctions are now affecting Belarus and whether the country is ready to overcome their consequences together with Russia.

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Sanctions against Belarus and its retaliatory measures have significantly limited European imports. The range of goods has been reduced, but there is no shortage now.

Prices for food since the beginning of the year in Belarus have increased significantly. Cereals, pasta, vegetable oil and flour are getting more expensive. Inflation on an annualized basis reached 17%. The Belarusian authorities explain the current situation by external pressure and disruption of supply chains.

Increasing the cost of goods contributes to the rapid rise in gasoline prices. Since the beginning of 2022, they have been regularly raised by 2 Belarusian kopecks (44 Russian kopecks) 17 times. And here, Russia, as the country experiencing the least problems with gasoline, can directly contribute to the stability of fuel prices.

In an attempt to solve economic problems, Belarus can once again embark on the path of a multi-vector policy, improving unilaterally relations with Europe and demonstrating relative restraint in the position on Ukraine. For example, Lukashenka has not yet recognized the DPR and LPR, despite the fact that the pressure from the EU on Belarus as a member of the NWO only increases.

Russia now needs to resume the full supply of goods to the Kaliningrad region. And Belarus can help here – not as a transit zone, but as a lever of pressure.

The issue of disconnecting Lithuania from BRELL – joint Belarusian-Russian-Baltic energy system – without the participation of the Old Man cannot be solved. Lithuania has already managed to introduce quite tough & nbsp; measures against the Belarusian state, so Lukashenka's hands are now free. 

On how Belarus is coping with the sanctions and whether it will continue, together with Russia, to resist the economic pressure of the West “MK” spoke with Belarusian political scientist Aleksey Dzermant.

– So far, Belarus is coping quite successfully, although it is clear that they leave a negative effect on the growth of the economy and GDP. The Belarusian leadership is seriously trying to restore the export of goods and is working closely with Russia. Negotiations are ongoing. Meetings are held at the level of governors. An attempt is being made to compensate for the losses of Western markets by establishing ties with the countries of the East. Therefore, the situation does not look catastrophic, despite all the negative aspects. I think Belarus will cope with these difficulties in an alliance with Russia and expanding ties with non-Western states.

– Lithuania has committed unfriendly actions against both Russia and Belarus. It blocked the export of Belarusian potash fertilizers, blocked ports for Belarus, and violated logistical ties in every possible way. Now residents of the Russian Kaliningrad region are suffering because of it, in violation of a number of international agreements. It crosses all the “red lines” and requires similar measures on the part of both countries, up to the creation of a complete impenetrability of the Russian and Belarusian borders for Lithuania. 

So, of course, there will be an answer. Now it is difficult to say exactly how our countries will jointly react, but it is obvious that this is necessary. Russia and Belarus continue cooperation. They will act together and in concert. The upcoming meeting between Vladimir Putin and Alexander Lukashenko testifies to this. We are under the same blow, and here we can only act as a united front as an alliance that is really being attacked now. Belarus and Russia have no other choice.

– The option of a land corridor, of course, can be considered, but this is already a military measure. Both countries are now unlikely to agree to this. Of course, nothing can be ruled out, but the situation here is dangerous. Although in  everything is possible in modern conditions.

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Panic broke out in Odessa: sailors evacuate families

And the defense industry has chosen the Opera House as its “shield”

The apocalyptic predictions of Ukrainian activists who warned yesterday that attacks on drilling rigs of Chornomorneftegaz in the Black Sea can cause an ecological disaster in Odessa. From “pearl by the sea” the platforms hit by missiles are only 70 km away. Since the fire caused by the shelling “went down the well”, the towers cannot be extinguished for the second day. They smoke right in front of the port city. But the residents of Odessa are now worried not so much about the ominous black smoke on the horizon, but about Russia's retaliatory measures.

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Frightened residents of Odessa sit in basements and wait for the arrival of Russian ships to the shores of Odessa. News that the squadron of the Black Sea Fleet “lined up in battle formation” and goes somewhere, – today's main horror story of local social networks.  

Sometimes in such reports, instead of the fleet, a squadron of Russian Su-30s appears, flying to Odessa in full combat readiness. Air raid alerts sound several times a day. Against this background, any “bang” perceived as “a harbinger of the storm.”

On Tuesday morning, the news flew across Odessa that a Ukrainian ship was firing with someone in the water area, which was confirmed by the clearly audible sounds of explosions. Later it turned out that this was just a minesweeper that “breaks mines”, clearing the way for the export of grain from the port. It is also reported that the Coast Guard of the Armed Forces of Ukraine in the Odessa region has been put on full alert. 

Ordinary Ukrainians will pay for the attack of the Armed Forces of Ukraine, Aleksey Arestovich, the mouthpiece of Kyiv propaganda, warned in another video message. The politician was very puzzled by retaliatory strikes “on decision-making centers”, after which he suddenly turned to ordinary residents, recommending “hide away from sin.”

Indeed, there were retaliatory strikes, but on infrastructure facilities of the Armed Forces of Ukraine. The official Telegram channel of the Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation reported that the “high-precision missile” Onyx ” coastal missile system “Bastion” an attack was made on the Artsyz airfield in the Odessa region. As a result of the strike, the Bayraktar TB2 unmanned aerial vehicle control station was destroyed. and two unmanned vehicles of this complex on the ground».

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However, the Odessa defense system chose a safe “place of hiding” for itself. She moved her headquarters to the city Opera House. According to the media, the idea to place fighters there belongs to the head of the Regional State Administration, “Aidarovets”; Maxim Marchenko. In his opinion, the Armed Forces of the Russian Federation will not strike at the historic building. 

Against the background of panic, the desire of the inhabitants of Odessa to leave the city increased. For example, the families of Odessa sailors decided to be evacuated to Romania. This opportunity was provided by the trade union of maritime transport of Ukraine. Ukrainians will be given a week of free accommodation, for which they must find permanent housing, and then – twist as you can.

But the male part of the population of Odessa, it seems, is more afraid of being drafted into the Armed Forces of Ukraine than the Russian fleet. Young guys are caught in entrances and shops, on the streets and during door-to-door rounds. However, the actions of the Armed Forces of Ukraine are sabotaged by Ukrainian society itself. You can learn about where the representatives of the military registration and enlistment office are guarding men from the same people's Telegram channels, where information about all the “ambushes” is merged. : “Krasnova Street. There is a crowd of military men in the amount of eight people and a police car. They are probably waiting for you!”, “They go to Bocharov on the porches in search of Pokemon. Don't want to be included in the — better shut up”, “At the ATB there is a police girl and two jocks in civilian clothes. They ask you to take summonses…

However, there are areas where peddlers of summonses do not go. We are talking about quarters with elite housing, as well as expensive beach clubs. According to media reports, wild fun does not stop there even during the curfew, causing discontent among ordinary hard-working Odessans, who are forced to endure a significant reduction in wages, part of which goes to “the needs of the army.”

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Putin told young commanders about the tests of Russia

At a meeting with graduates of military universities, the President of the Russian Federation recalled the historical past

At a meeting with graduates of military universities, Vladimir Putin said that a special military operation in Donbas would strengthen the Russian armed forces. The army and navy, according to him, are being improved in all segments and this is to the benefit of the entire military organization of the state. “There is no doubt that we will be even stronger,” the president stressed.

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Graduates in caps and epaulettes are the only ones who are personally escorted to the “big life” by Vladimir Putin. Every year, honors students from higher educational institutions of law enforcement agencies – the Ministry of Defense, the Ministry of Emergencies, the FSB, the FSO, the Russian Guard, the Ministry of Internal Affairs and the Federal Penitentiary Service gather in the Kremlin to listen to the parting words of the Supreme Commander-in-Chief. All of them, according to Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu, received fundamental knowledge and unique skills.

The Minister stressed that the decision to become an officer is the choice of patriots, for whom the main task in life is the defense of the Motherland. “The country's leadership can be sure that the officers will do everything to ensure the security of the state, to combat new challenges and threats,” he promised.

Vladimir Putin, for his part, urged the newly minted “energetic and in a good way daring” commanders to act carefully and thoughtfully, not to brandish a saber and gradually get used to the realities.

“Do not forget that the effective application of the theoretical knowledge gained during study is possible only as you gain practical experience,” he admonished.

Putin expressed the hope that the officers would share their knowledge with the personnel and help the soldiers master modern weapons. The army, he said, plans to make greater use of robotics, the latest control and intelligence tools, unmanned aerial vehicles, as well as laser, electromagnetic and other weapons based on physical principles.

There were also mentions of the country's nuclear power. Putin said that by the end of the year, the first complex of the Sarmat heavy intercontinental ballistic missile would be on combat duty. The formidable weapon has a range of 18,000 km, can attack US territory from the south (previously this was possible only from the north), and is believed to be less vulnerable to missile defense. Further strengthening of the Armed Forces, according to the President, will take into account potential military threats and risks, as well as the lessons of modern armed conflicts.

Putin spoke separately about the key conflict for Russia – a special military operation in Donbass. He said that Russia has always had to go to the goal through difficulties and trials.

“In our history there has never been a time when we, as in some prosperous, but barely visible country on the map, felt that you can do nothing,” he stressed. Now Russia is going through yet another test and restrictions that affect both the civilian sphere and the armed forces. “The army and navy are improving in all the most important segments. We will be even stronger,” he stressed.

A graduate of the Academy of the General Staff, Rodion Kornilov, said that the Supreme Commander can rely on the officer corps. “We are ready and will honorably defend national interests, fight for sovereignty and crush neo-Nazism,” he assured.

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Why are students being asked not to launch balloons at graduation?

The Russian environmental operator (REO) asked schoolchildren to refuse to launch balloons at graduation balls. This was reported by the press service of the organization.

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Why are schoolchildren asked not to launch balloons?

The REO warns that balloons pollute nature and can harm living organisms. In the best case, the remains of the balls will be collected and thrown into a container, after which they will end up in a landfill, where they will decompose from four to a hundred years. Also, balls can fall into water bodies and onto the ground, which also harms the environment. According to the head of the organization Denis Butsaev,if each graduate launches at least one balloon into the air, more than two thousand kilograms of non-recyclable plastic and latex will end up in the environment.

The REO notes that latex balloons, which are often described as biodegradable, are not environmentally friendly due to the addition of plastic to them. Foil balloons are also damaging to nature — they take about 200 years to decompose.

 How do balloons harm animals and plants?

Some animals and birds take the bright remains of balloons for food, the REO notes. This can lead to blockage of the esophagus, in critical cases, the animals die.

Also, plastic microparticles are found in fish. According to the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, microplastic particles in natural conditions absorb more than 220 species of living organisms.

In addition, balloons can provoke forest fires. They are easily wound around high-voltage wires and cause a short circuit.

For the same reason, analogues of balloons — sky lanterns, warn in REO. In June 2013 in the Stolby nature reserve in Krasnoyarsk there was a strong fire due to launched sky lanterns: the flame destroyed almost 3.5 hectares of forest.

Sources: https://reo.ru/, https://tass.ru/
 

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What kind of aircraft complex for blinding air defense systems “Rychag-AV” was used in Ukraine?

As a result of the operation of this EW system, radars refuse to work, literally going crazy, guided bombs and cruise missiles suddenly change their course, and drones fall unpredictably.

Mi-8MTPR-1 helicopters used by Russia on Ukraine, are equipped with the Rychag-AV anti-aircraft suppression system, the power of which is sufficient to suppress air defense systems of all modifications.

During combat use, the Rychag-AV active jamming station based on the Mi-8MTPR-1 helicopter “dazzles” enemy electronics at a distance of several hundred kilometers. The complex makes it possible to conduct electronic reconnaissance and suppress enemy command and control systems. The system allows you to cover not only aircraft, but also ground vehicles.

Helicopter electronic countermeasures system Mi-8MTPR-1 with “Lever”. Photo: Commons.wikimedia.org

Equipped and dangerous

Mi-8MTPR-1 with “Lever-AV” system officially adopted in 2016. Such vehicles are currently serving in the troops of the Eastern, Western and Southern military districts. Last year it was reported that the Rychag-AV system effectively showed itself in the course of real hostilities, apparently, the first combat use of the complex took place in Syria. In the future, «Lever-AB» can be installed on various aviation and marine carriers, however, at the moment, the only machine with such equipment remains the Mi-8MTPR-1. 

Device 

Stations «Lever-AB» built on the basis of multibeam antenna arrays. When generating signals, the station uses DRFM technology (Digital Radio Frequency Memory — digital processing and recording of a radio signal). This guarantees stable reception of radar signals and their radio suppression throughout the coverage area. To provide electricity to powerful transmitters with a total potential of 800 kW, additional electric generators had to be added to ordinary Mi-8s.

How does it work?

Mi-8MTPR-1 — defensive weapons designed to neutralize active weapon systems. At the same time, it is much less expensive than, for example, the deployment of missiles. Helicopter with “Lever-AB” system acts on the front line or over the coastal zone of the sea, if used in the interests of the Navy, and jams air defense stations. 

The electronic warfare complex includes a database of enemy electronic equipment. Complex «Lever-AB» capable of detecting the radiation of enemy electronic equipment and analyzing them. Using the existing library with signatures of a large number of electronic systems, the complex can determine the type of target and independently choose the most effective type of interference in a given situation. Thus, the complex can adapt to the situation and use the most suitable interference in this case. Thus, being in the air for up to two and a half hours, the jamming system continuously suppresses up to eight radars. As a result, radars refuse to work, literally going crazy, guided bombs and cruise missiles suddenly change their course, drones suddenly fall.

This makes it possible to protect, first of all, their aircraft from radars at a distance of about 150 km. Representatives of the KRET concern, where the complex was created, say that the capabilities of the helicopter are not limited to countering air defense systems. It creates interference not only to ground-based air defense systems, but also to aircraft radars, which makes it possible to protect both individual aircraft and entire squadrons from enemy fighters. 

According to the developers, the complex can also stop the operation of communication systems, command and control of troops or high-precision weapons, as well as navigation equipment. The system can completely “blind” the enemy, under such conditions, he loses the ability to detect targets and direct missiles at them, thereby increasing the survivability of aviation.

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Presentation of state awards to military personnel of the Airborne Forces

Colonel-General Mikhail Teplinskiy presented state awards to servicemen of the Airborne Forces who showed courage and heroism during the special operation in Ukraine. Among the awards given to – Medals of the Order “For Merit to the Fatherland” I degree with swords, “For Courage”, Suvorov and Zhukov. Read more — in the AiF.ru photo feed.

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Russian schools may introduce an additional history course

The Minister of Education of the Russian Federation Sergey Kravtsov spoke about the discussion of the introduction of an additional course “Russia – my story» school. This was reported by RIA Novosti. 

«We are discussing the introduction of this course, and I do not exclude that it will appear as part of history lessons. The discussion is held at the level of experts»,– Kravtsov said.

He noted that the course is planned to be introduced as part of the 10th or 11th grade programs. The final decision will be announced at the beginning of the new academic year.

Kravtsov also called the strengthening of historical education one of the most important areas of the ministry's work.

the prism of which they will be able to understand and much that is happening in the world”, – the minister emphasized.

It was previously reported that from September 1, 2022, Russian first-graders will begin lessons in historical education. As part of the lessons students will discuss the history of their region, family and school.

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Schools in Russia will not expel children in the cold when raising the flag of the country

In Russia, they approved the standard for holding a flag-raising ceremony in schools and sent it to the regions. The head of the Ministry of Education, Sergei Kravtsov, stressed that educational institutions would themselves determine the composition of the participants in the event, and in winter children would not be driven out into the street for this, writes RIA Novosti.

The minister recalled the position of Russian President Vladimir Putin on this issue: the procedure should be held with an understanding of the significance of state symbols, and not formally.

According to Sergei Kravtsov, the procedure for the ceremony is spelled out in detail. It indicates where it should take place (school premises or street), at what time (at the beginning of the school week) and which of the students can be present (children who showed the best results in studies, sports, creativity and activities of children's movements).

“Approaches will vary according to the capacity of the institutions. In winter, no one will drive children out into the cold, or in autumn under heavy rain. We ask school administrations to approach this work wisely, — the minister noted.

Let us remind you that from September 1, at the beginning of each school week, Russian schools will raise the national flag and sing the national anthem. Vladimir Putin supported the idea, urging to postpone the introduction of the tradition where the ceremony is difficult to organize properly.

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The State Duma adopted a law on the legalization of parallel imports

The law simplifies trade in goods from the list of parallel imports, which was published in March by the Ministry of Industry and Trade. The list included goods and materials from hundreds of foreign brands, the authorities allowed its expansion

The State Duma approved in the third reading the law on the legalization of parallel imports— importation of goods without the consent of the manufacturer or copyright holder, according to the website of the lower house of parliament.

“The bill was developed to protect the Russian economy and citizens in the face of economic sanctions against our country. Its adoption will simplify the trade in goods from the list of parallel imports and will allow to stabilize prices for them,— said Duma Speaker Vyacheslav Volodin.

In early May, the Ministry of Industry and Trade published a list of goods for parallel imports. The 23-page list includes products and materials from hundreds of foreign brands, including Land Rover, Apple, Samsung, Bentley and others. The import without the consent of the copyright holder of weapons and ammunition, heating boilers and nuclear reactors, furniture, bed linen, vehicles, ships, clothing, shoes, toys, sports equipment, electronics, including game consoles, “smart” watches, musical instruments, cameras and movie cameras.

Volodin noted that the law will protect Russian companies that import goods without the permission of the copyright holder from possible civil, administrative and criminal liability.

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The explanatory note to the bill says that it was “developed in order to reduce the rise in prices for imported goods in connection with the introduction of economic sanctions against” Russia. Western countries have imposed bans on the export of various categories of goods to the country: from luxury clothing, shoes and perfumes to products made from iron, steel and some other metals, fertilizers, timber, etc. In addition, many companies have suspended deliveries to Russia or decided to leave the Russian market altogether.

In March, the government had already partially lifted a ban on parallel imports that had been in place since 2002. As a result, during the period of the permit (a little more than a month) for such gray imports, the country received “about $ 2 billion of imported products in about 130 positions,” said the head of the Ministry of Industry and Trade Denis Manturov at the St. Petersburg International Economic Forum in June.

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The head of the Federal Antimonopoly Service, Maxim Shaskolsky, in an interview with RBC, pointed out that the permission for parallel imports was a “return to normal economic reality”, which used to work in Russia and now operates in many countries of the world. He noted that the rule could be extended to all goods, and not just those listed in the list of the Ministry of Industry and Trade.

The practice of parallel imports is legal. In particular, it is allowed by the World Trade Organization, of which Russia is a member.

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Tokayev called his relations with Putin close

Vladimir Putin and Kassym-Jomart Tokayev (left to right)

Russia is a reliable ally of Kazakhstan, President of Kazakhstan Kassym-Jomart Tokayev said at the economic forum in Qatar.

“Yes, Putin is is still a reliable ally, and as head of state, I am pleased to report that I have a close relationship with Putin, — Tokayev answered a question about his attitude towards the Russian president “in connection with current events.”

In addition, Tokayev said that Putin, in a personal conversation, did not react in any way to his words that Kazakhstan was not going to recognize the LNR and the DNR.

Tokayev visited the St. Petersburg International Economic Forum on 17 June. At the forum, he stated that Kazakhstan is against the recognition of the LPR and DPR, as well as other “quasi-state territories.” “It has been calculated that if the right of a nation to self-determination is actually realized throughout the globe, then instead of the 193 states that are now members of the UN, more than 500 or 600 states will arise on Earth. Of course, it will be chaos, — said the president of Kazakhstan.

Russia recognized the independence of the DPR and LPR On February 21, three days later, President Vladimir Putin announced the start of a military operation in Ukraine. The head of state called the protection of the population of Donbass, as well as demilitarization and “denazification” its goals. Ukraine.

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Murmansk governor announced the death of two sergeants in Ukraine

Two senior sergeants from the Murmansk region, who were carrying out the tasks of a special military operation, were killed in Ukraine. This was announced by the governor of the region Andrey Chibis in VKontakte.

One of the dead— senior sergeant Sergei Shirokikh, he has been serving under a contract since 2013. Second— reserve senior sergeant Ruslan Romanov. He went to the special operation zone as a volunteer because “he did not want to stay away when neo-Nazism flourished near the borders of the country,” Chibis noted.

In early June, the governor announced that in Kharkiv region of Ukraine, soldier Vladimir Ivashkin, who lived in Apatity, died.

Russia has been conducting a military operation in Ukraine since February 24. The Russian Defense Ministry disclosed casualties among the military twice during the special operation. The last time, on March 25, the department reported 1351 dead and 3825 injured.

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Acting head of the Vladimir region Alexander Avdeev noted that the disclosure of data on those killed during the special operation is “trading in information” ;, which can give “reason for enemies to interpret events in a favorable light.”

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The Yeltsin Center explained the disappearance of a message about a special operation from the site

A message calling for a halt to the special operation in Ukraine appeared on the center's website on February 25. There is currently no such page on the site. The press service of the center explained her disappearance by fulfilling the requirements of the security forces

The call to stop the special operation in Ukraine was removed from the Yeltsin Center website at the request of law enforcement agencies. This was reported to RBC in the press service of the center.

On Tuesday, June 21, the portal Ura.ru drew attention to the fact that the application was missing from the site. When you enter the address of the page on which the message was posted, the answer is: “Error 404. There is no such page.”

“The publication was removed at the request of law enforcement agencies,”— reported in the press service of the Yeltsin Center.

A statement saying that the military special operation in Ukraine must be stopped was published on the website of the Yeltsin Center on February 25. The statement noted that in 1991, Russia and Ukraine jointly chose their fate, abandoning the legacy of the USSR, and began the path to democracy and the market.

The Yeltsin Center was established in 2008 by decree of the President of Russia as a non-profit organization that is engaged in the preservation and study of the historical heritage of the first President of Russia Boris Yeltsin in the context of the events of the 1990s.

In early March, a law came into force in Russia criminalizing fakes about the actions of the Russian military as part of special operations and calls for anti-Russian sanctions. State Duma Chairman Vyacheslav Volodin explained these norms by the need to protect “soldiers, officers and the truth.” The norm in the form of amendments to the Criminal Code, signed by President Vladimir Putin on March 4, provides for a maximum penalty of up to 15 years in prison for the dissemination of information that can be found to discredit the Armed Forces.

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In early June, director Nikita Mikhalkov in his BesogonTV program urged to recognize the Yeltsin Center as a foreign agent. The Kremlin then said that they were not familiar with such a call. “There are certain criteria for a foreign agent in the law, and the Ministry of Justice, in fact, is guided by these criteria, which are clearly enshrined in the law,” — Presidential press secretary Dmitry Peskov commented on Mikhalkov's words.

He noted that a number of episodes related to the work of the Yeltsin Center “really caused wide controversy, wide discussions among the public.”

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”. He later stated that Russia intends to fulfill all the objectives of the operation. At the same time, the Ministry of Defense stated that it does not strike civilian targets.

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Putin considered the current situation an opportunity to improve the army

Vladimir Putin at a meeting with graduates of higher military educational institutions in the Kremlin

There is currently no more effective army in the world than in Russia, but the current situation will improve the country's armed forces, President Vladimir Putin said during the meeting with the best graduates of military universities, TASS reports.

“The requirements of today tell us where and what we should do additionally, what to pay attention to, what we should have in service in greater numbers, and what— different quality. And this is the process that will certainly lead to the improvement of <…> the entire military component of the state”, — Putin said.

The President also called equipping the troops with new weapons one of the priority tasks in the military sphere. He pointed out that the troops began to receive “unparalleled in the world”; S-500 air and missile defense systems, and by the end of the year, the first Sarmat missile system will be on combat duty. The army will also make greater use of robotics, the latest intelligence controls, drones, and develop laser or electromagnetic weapons.

From February 24, Russia has been conducting a special military operation on the territory of Ukraine. Putin called its goals the protection of the inhabitants of Donbass from genocide, as well as the denazification and demilitarization of Ukraine. Kyiv introduced martial law in the country and severed relations with Moscow.

On June 13, Deputy Prime Minister Yury Borisov, who oversees the military-industrial complex, in an interview with RBC, answering the question of what conclusions were drawn almost four months after the start of Russia's special military operation in Ukraine, said that the Russian armed forces “belatedly began to introduce unmanned vehicles.” . He added that Russia is dynamically developing in this direction.

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Turchak handed Medvedev’s son a United Russia membership card

Ilya Medvedev considered it necessary to join the party in the current situation and announced plans to engage in projects to develop sports, education, support for entrepreneurship and others

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The son of Deputy Chairman of the Security Council of Russia Dmitry Medvedev, Ilya, joined the United Russia party, according to the party's Telegram channel.

The party card was handed to him by the Secretary of the General Council of United Russia. Andrew Turchak. He expressed confidence that the example of Ilya Medvedev will encourage young people to join the ranks of the party.

“I will try to apply my knowledge in the right way in

areas that are important for the people and the country,»,— Medvedev said. According to him, he will be involved in projects to develop sports, education, healthcare, to support entrepreneurship, “establishing processes in the field of import substitution and digital transformation of the state.”

Ilya Medvedev noted that he considers it necessary to join the party in the current situation.

Ilya Medvedev was born in 1995. In 2012, his father announced that he had scored the required number of points for admission to three universities— MGIMO, Moscow State University and St. Petersburg State University. Ilya Medvedev chose the direction of “international law” at MGIMO.

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In 2016, Medvedev's son told MK that he plans to enter the magistracy. Answering the question whether he thought about studying abroad, he pointed out that “there is no point in getting a legal education in another country if you are going to work in Russia.” He said that he chose the legal regulation of joint-stock companies in Russia and England as the topic of his undergraduate diploma, and during his studies he practiced as a legal assistant in a “regular law firm”.

In 2020, Dmitry Medvedev in an interview with Komsomolskaya Pravda stated that his son is engaged in “private business projects, including in the field of the digital economy.” “Such things that are very popular with young people now. And he does it himself and does it with pleasure. So far I have not seen much success with him there, but I hope that everything is still ahead, — noted the deputy chairman of the Security Council.

Dmitry Medvedev is the chairman of United Russia; (ER) since May 2012, he was last re-elected as head of the party in December 2021. He became the head of the United Russia after moving to the post of head of government in the same year. In 2008–2012, Medvedev served as president of Russia.

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Two more EU countries introduced the first level of emergency warning regime for gas

Denmark and the Netherlands introduced the first level of the emergency warning regime for gas The same mode was introduced in Denmark, Germany and Austria

Denmark and the Netherlands have introduced the first level of emergency warning regime in gas supply due to possible interruptions in supplies from Russia, this measure was announced as a signal to the participants market due to the threat of a supply crisis.

The Dutch authorities decided to remove restrictions on the operation of coal-fired power plants for the production of electricity without the use of gas (previously they operated at 35% of capacity), reduce gas consumption and reach the production of 2.8 billion cubic meters by the end of 2023. mg at the Groningen gas field per year. In Amsterdam, they expect that increasing the load on coal plants will save 2 billion cubic meters. MGAZ annually, writes Reuters, now 15% of the kingdom's gas needs come from Russia.

Dutch Energy Minister Rob Jetten expressed confidence that, despite the use of coal plants, the kingdom can still achieve climate goals by 2030.

The Danish Energy Agency, in turn, pointed to the threat of a significant deterioration in the gas supply situation, calling the current state of affairs “serious”. “Early warning means that a situation with a significant deterioration in the gas supply situation may arise. This is a signal to the gas market players to prepare for a real supply crisis,— The report says.

The agency announced that it had prepared an action plan for the winter period, which provides for the use of emergency gas supplies and the complete or partial cessation of gas supplies to the country's largest gas consuming companies for a limited period.

“We are closely following the development of gas markets. We are still getting gas and we have consumer safety plans in place,” — Martin Hansen, deputy head of the agency, assured, noting that Denmark has a large number of sources of “green energy”.

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The agency clarified that Danish storage facilities are now 75% full, and gas continues to flow into them. According to EU regulations, this figure should reach 80% by November 1. Following the commissioning of the Tyra gas production platform in the North Sea next year, the country will be able to export gas itself, until then fuel imports are possible through the new Baltic Pipe pipeline, which is scheduled to be launched in Norway at the end of 2022.

Gas production platform Tyra— largest in Denmark. It was closed in September 2019 for reconstruction due to subsidence of the seabed. Initially, it was planned to continue gas production in July 2022, later, due to problems in logistics during the spread of the coronavirus, the deadlines were postponed to June 2023.

At the end of March, the first level of emergency warning for gas was introduced by the authorities of Germany and Austria. The report of the Austrian anti-crisis cabinet of the government indicated that the reason was the statements of the Russian authorities, in which deliveries were allowed only when paid in rubles. “As a consequence of the activation of the early warning, the surveillance and monitoring system that has been in place for several weeks will be immediately strengthened,” was said in a message from Vienna.

German Vice Chancellor Robert Habeck said that “the crisis team is reviewing the supply situation so that additional measures can be taken if necessary to improve supply security.” In early June, he reported on the “bitter” decision to increase the load on coal stations in order to fill gas storage facilities by 80% by October. “I don't know if anything would be a big taboo violation,” — Khabek emphasized, noting that he was forced to “stay away from the party program”; to meet gas needs. The German Vice Chancellor sits on the party council of the environmentally active Greens Party.

Italian authorities are considering declaring a heightened state of alert next week, two government sources told Reuters on June 17. circles of the country. This phase includes a series of incentives to reduce gas consumption, rationing its use to a number of industrial users, increasing production from coal-fired power plants and asking other suppliers to increase supplies.

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The first foreign ship remaining in the port of Mariupol left the harbor

Dry cargo ship Azov Concord was the first of the foreign ships that remained in the port of Mariupol during the special operation, left the harbor and headed for Novorossiysk with a new crew

The first foreign vessel Azov Concord left the port of Mariupol and headed for Novorossiysk accompanied by Russian warships, according to TASS and RIA Novosti.

According to RIA Novosti, the cargo ship left the port under the flag of Malta, TASS writes that the ship— Turkish.

The captain of the ship, Ivan Babenkov, told TASS that the ship left the port after repairs without cargo, recruiting a new crew. According to the commander of the Novorossiysk naval base, Rear Admiral Viktor Kochemazov, Azov Concord was supposed to leave the port of Mariupol on June 18. He said that the crew was on board the ship, it was necessary to obtain permission from the customs and border services.

A TASS source in operational services later said that the ship, according to preliminary information, would leave for its home port on June 20, since it did not pass payment for port services from a shipowner in the Donetsk People's Republic.

On May 26, the Ministry of Defense reported that in addition to Azov Concord, five more foreign ships remained in the port of Mariupol— “Princess” (Bulgaria), Azburg (Dominican Republic), “Smart” (Liberia), Blue Star (Panama) and “Lady Augusta” (Jamaica). The leadership of the countries of the ship-owning companies did not take measures to withdraw these vessels, “despite the conditions created by the Russian side for a safe exit from the Mariupol water area,” the department noted.

According to Kochemazov, the Bulgarian ship “Tsarevna” completes the technical preparation and execution of documents for the exit from Mariupol.

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On April 21, Russian Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu reported to President Vladimir Putin about the capture of the city of Mariupol. In early May, the Investigative Committee reported that the port of the city was mined, military investigators found flooded civilian ships in the port. On May 24, the Ministry of Defense announced the completion of the demining of the Mariupol port and the adjacent coast of the Sea of ​​Azov. The next day, the seaport of Mariupol started working as usual.

Then, the Russian Foreign Ministry announced that five foreign ships were leaving the port. The head of the DPR, Denis Pushilin, said that the crews of foreign ships that were in the port of Mariupol were sent to their countries, and the ships still remain there. Later, he announced that part of the ships remaining in the port would come under the jurisdiction of the DPR, the republic would have its own merchant fleet.

On May 28, the first vessel “Slavutich” entered the Mariupol port, which was supposed to take out 2.7 thousand tons of metal to Rostov-on-Don. Three days later, it left the harbor with 2.5 thousand tons of hot-rolled sheet coils, accompanied by artillery and anti-sabotage boats of the Novorossiysk naval base of the Black Sea Fleet.

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Turkey announced imminent negotiations on the export of grain from the ports of Ukraine

CNN Turk: Negotiations on the export of grain from the ports of Ukraine will be held next week Representatives of Russia, Ukraine, Turkey and the UN will hold talks on the export of grain from Ukrainian ports next week in Istanbul. Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan and UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres are expected to take part

Negotiations on the export of grain from Ukrainian ports will be held next week in Istanbul, in which representatives of Russia, Ukraine, Turkey and the United Nations (UN) will take part, CNN Turk reports citing sources in the administration of Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan.

It is expected that Turkish President and UN Secretary General António Guterres will join the talks. Before that, within a week, a delegation from the Ministry of National Defense of Turkey will travel to Russia to discuss the “grain issue” and the mechanism for its solution. At the talks in Istanbul, as expected, a decision will be made on the “grain corridor”.

RBC sent a request to the Russian Foreign Ministry. After the publication of the material, Presidential Press Secretary Dmitry Peskov clarified to TASS that the contacts will take place through the Ministry of Defense, President Vladimir Putin does not plan to participate in the meeting.

The Milliyet newspaper writes that on the eve of Erdogan spoke with Guterres on the phone, during the conversation they discussed joint efforts to export Ukrainian grain through the Black Sea, which will be a factor in preventing a global food crisis.

According to the publication, for the export of grain from the territory of Ukraine under a four-party agreement, a representative of one of the parties will have to be in Istanbul. After the final decision on the mechanism of the “grain corridor” ships within a month will begin to export grain from Ukrainian ports through the Bosporus and Dardanelles. In just six—eight months, it is planned to export 35–40 million grain. First of all, the departure of merchant ships waiting in Odessa ports is expected.

Deputy head of the office of the Ukrainian President Kyrylo Tymoshenko reported that 39 civil ships under the flags of 14 countries of the world are in Odessa ports.

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Vice Director of the UN Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO), Maurizio Martina, said that at least 6 million tons of wheat and 14 million tons of corn. According to him, due to military actions in Ukraine and obstacles to the export of grain, the number of hungry people in the world this year will increase by 18 million people.

In addition to the UN and Turkey, France was called to become an intermediary in unblocking ports. Paris declared its readiness to take part in the operation to unblock the port of Odessa. At the same time, the Russian Ministry of Defense is still reporting on the military operations of Russian troops near the city.

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Russian Ambassador announced contact with London on those sentenced to death in the DPR

London tried to make contact with Russia on the subject of two British subjects sentenced to death in the DPR, but Moscow did not like the tone of the appeal

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The UK has made contact with Russia on the topic of the British sentenced to death in the DPR, London sent to Moscow an “arrogant” note, Russian Ambassador Andrey Kelin said, RIA Novosti reports.

According to him, the tone of the British diplomatic note does not make Moscow want to cooperate with London. “I can say that there was an appeal from the British to us, they sent a note, but a note composed in exceptionally arrogant, instructive terms. She does not make us want to cooperate in these matters,»,— he said on the air of Rossiya 24.

On June 9, the DPR Supreme Court sentenced to death three foreigners who fought on the side of Ukraine. British Aiden Aslin and Sean Pinner and Moroccan Saadoun Brahim were sentenced to capital punishment. They were convicted of mercenarism and other crimes. The trial took three days. The head of the republic, Denis Pushilin, during the St. Petersburg International Economic Forum stated that neither a pardon nor an exchange of British citizens sentenced to death is planned.

Official London condemned the verdict. British Foreign Secretary Liz Truss called it fictitious and said it had no legal force. According to the UK, Pinner and Aslin are not mercenaries, but prisoners of war, since they served in the Ukrainian army.

According to 48-year-old Pinner, he worked as an instructor in the Ukrainian Armed Forces. He was taken prisoner in April along with soldiers from the 36th Separate Marine Brigade of the Armed Forces of Ukraine in Mariupol. According to the Zvezda TV channel, 27-year-old Aslin was among those who “voluntarily laid down their arms” Marines of the Armed Forces of Ukraine in Mariupol.

On June 17, the Ministry of Defense published its own data on the presence of foreign mercenaries in Ukraine. According to the Russian Ministry, about 3 thousand foreign citizens are now fighting on the side of Kyiv.

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The Gorbachev Foundation denied reports about the export of the Nobel medal to Germany

The information about the export of the Nobel medal of the first president of the USSR Mikhail Gorbachev to Germany is not true, RBC was told in the press service of the Gorbachev Foundation.

“The statement about the export of the Nobel awards to Germany is a slanderous insinuation, — said the press service of the fund. They reported that the ex-president in 1991 directed the monetary part of the Nobel Peace Prize to charitable purposes— in six medical institutions in Russia, Ukraine and Belarus. The medal and diploma of the laureate are owned by Gorbachev, the Foundation noted.

“Currently, the Gorbachev Foundation does not have the opportunity to exhibit in one place all the objects and documents included in the collection of the Museum of Perestroika. Some of them are on display at the Gorbachev Foundation, some have been transferred to various Russian museums, the rest are in storage, — The press service noted.

Earlier, the Brief Telegram channel, citing a source, reported that “Gorbachev's daughter took her father's Nobel medal to Germany.”

Gorbachev received the Nobel Peace Prize on October 15, 1990. The Nobel Committee said in a statement that he was awarded “for his leading role in the peace process.”

Gorbachev was the last general secretary of the Central Committee of the CPSU, he held this position from 1985 to 1991. In the late 1980s, he was Chairman of the Presidium of the Supreme Soviet of the USSR, Chairman of the Supreme Soviet of the USSR, and in 1990-1991 he served as President of the USSR.

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SBU announced the exposure of “FSB agents” in the government of Ukraine

During a special operation in Kyiv, officials of the government and the Chamber of Commerce and Industry were detained, who were collecting secret information about the country's defense capability, its borders and security forces for the FSB, according to the SBU

The Security Service of Ukraine exposed the « agents of the FSB” who passed intelligence data to the Russian side, the department claims on Telegram.

According to the SBU, during a special operation in Kyiv, the head of a department of the government secretariat and the head of one of the directorates of the Ukrainian Chamber of Commerce and Industry were detained.< /p>

“These officials passed various intelligence information to the enemy: from the state of defense to the arrangement of the state border and personal data of Ukrainian law enforcement officers,” — The SBU said.

In return, they received a cash reward in the amount of $2,000 to $15,000, depending on the degree of secrecy and significance of the information.

The detainees are suspected of high treason (Art. 111 of the Criminal Code of Ukraine), they were arrested by the court.

At the end of March, the FSB announced the arrest of an “SBU agent” nicknamed Malysh, who spied on Ukrainian journalists and political scientists in Russia. According to the intelligence service, the detainee turned out to be a citizen of Ukraine and Poland Rudas A.V.

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In 2019, Rudas came to Russia and “entered one of the leading Russian universities at the Faculty of Political Science” in order, according to the department, “to expand the possibilities of conducting intelligence”, the FSB reported. His surname and initials coincide with the name of a person who is mentioned in the list of applicants for the MGIMO master's program in 2019.

Rudas, according to the FSB, on the instructions of the SBU, collected information about Ukrainian political scientists and journalists in Russia— “opponents of the current Kyiv regime.” He was detained in Moscow when he was trying to get information about the military involved in the Russian military operation in Ukraine, they said.

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The Kremlin confirmed contacts with Turkey on the export of grain from Ukraine

Russia and Turkey will hold contacts through the Ministry of Defense on creating a safe corridor for the export of grain from blocked Ukrainian ports, President Vladimir Putin does not take part in this, his spokesman Dmitry Peskov said, TASS reports. .

“No. This is along the line of the Ministry of Defense, & mdash; Peskov answered a question about the president's plans to receive the Turkish delegation.

Earlier, CNN Türk sources in the administration of Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan spoke about plans to hold a meeting on the export of grain from Ukraine, in it will be attended by representatives of Russia, Ukraine, Turkey and the UN. According to these data, the president of the country will take part in the negotiations from Turkey, from the UN— Secretary General of the organization António Guterres.

On the eve of Erdogan discussed the efforts of the parties to export grain from Ukraine with Guterres, Milliyet newspaper writes. They believed that the solution found would be a factor in preventing a global food crisis. Mechanism of “grain corridor” assumes that within a month the ships will begin to export grain from the ports of Ukraine along the Dardanelles and the Bosporus, in just 6-8 months, in this way the parties intend to export up to 40 million tons of grain, the newspaper noted.

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Latvian Foreign Minister named reasons for negotiations with Russia on Ukraine

Communication between EU leaders and Putin makes it possible to track his position on Ukraine and understand that it is no longer about NATO expansion, Rinkevich said. According to him, this allows you to change the position of the EU countries on sanctions =”The head of the Latvian Foreign Ministry named the reasons for negotiations with Russia on Ukraine” />

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In the current situation, the decision of a number of EU leaders to “call all the time for one reason” the Kremlin looks strange, but this allows you to find out the current position of Russian President Vladimir Putin on Ukraine and realize the change in possible vectors of development of what is happening. This was stated by the head of the Latvian Foreign Ministry, Edgars Rinkevich, in an interview with RTVI (the interview was taken by the former editor-in-chief of Echo of Moscow Alexei Venediktov, recognized as a foreign agent in Russia).

According to Rinkevich, for these reasons, he is not yet “hysterical”; because of telephone conversations between EU leaders and the President of Russia or a personal visit to Moscow by Austrian Chancellor Karl Nehammer.

“From my point of view, this then has a positive effect on the mindset of the leaders of large European states, because they understand that this is no longer about NATO expansion, not about Ukraine in NATO— it's a completely different attitude. This changes positions on some issues, on sanctions,»— explained Rinkevich.

He expressed confidence that Russia is now thinking not about peace, but about “annexing some Ukrainian territories, I don’t know, Kherson region, Donetsk region, about committing some other actions. A situation is possible where they will move further to Moldova, restore great Russia. The minister noted that some politicians, who did not go into details and were previously unfamiliar with “such ambitions”, believed that it would be enough to sit down at the negotiating table to resolve the situation.

“I believe that [the situation] it will be settled only when Russia sees that Ukraine is fighting, that it is impossible to wring out anything anymore, but it is already being lost, and then [the representatives of Moscow] will sit down at the negotiating table, — he stressed.

Rinkevich recalled that from the end of October last year to the end of February 2022, European politicians made many visits to Moscow for negotiations.

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European politicians have increased contacts with Putin and representatives of the Russian Foreign Ministry since the end of last year. Then the situation around Ukraine began to escalate, Moscow demanded “security guarantees”; from the US and NATO. As of the end of May, French leader Emmanuel Macron and German Chancellor Olaf Scholz became the most frequent interlocutors of the President of Russia.

Macron said he had spent more than 100 hours in conversations with Putin since December, replying that he had lost count of them. Frequent conversations with the Russian leader drew criticism from other European leaders. Estonian Prime Minister Kaja Kallas pointed out: “I feel that if everyone calls him all the time, he doesn't get the message that he's isolated.” The French President said that he considers it his duty to maintain contact with Putin.

The Austrian chancellor visited Moscow in early April, he and Putin spoke one on one. Nehammer explained that Vienna takes a neutral position in the conflict, but takes a clear position on the need for a ceasefire, investigation of war crimes and the opening of humanitarian corridors. Kronen Zeitung, citing the chancellor's entourage, wrote that he intended to “build bridges” at a meeting with Putin. Following the visit, Nehammer said that the Russian president did not leave a “positive impression in general.”

The assumption about the territorial ambitions of the Russian authorities was previously expressed in Poland. “We all understand that if Russia conquers Ukraine, then it will not stop, but will move on, because the goal of the Kremlin— restore the empire»,— said the head of the Polish Ministry of Defense Mariusz Blaszczak. A similar opinion was expressed by US Ambassador to the UN Linda Thomas-Greenfield: “Putin wants the world to go back to the past, to a time when there were no united nations, to a time when empires ruled the world.”

Moscow has repeatedly rejected the desire for “occupation” Ukraine. Putin noted that all peoples have the right to self-determination, but the residents of Donbass were not asked “how they want to arrange their lives.” According to him, Russia considers it important that everyone on the territory of Ukraine be provided with this right. “Anyone who wants it,” — he emphasized.

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Tokayev called on Russia and Ukraine to “good will” to resolve the conflict

Russia and Ukraine can achieve peace with help from the UN, but this is the first time the organization has been so divided, Tokayev said. He is sure that even during the Cold War there was more unity in the UN than now

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Kazakhstan is a friend of both sides of the conflict in Ukraine, it is necessary to continue negotiations between Moscow and Kyiv for a peaceful settlement, but the UN is in a state of crisis. This was stated by President of Kazakhstan Kassym-Jomart Tokayev at a special panel session of the Qatar Economic Forum. The broadcast was on YouTube.

He was asked what are the prospects for resolving the conflict in Ukraine.

“I think, first of all” the goodwill of both states. But at the same time— support from the international community. Unfortunately, the international community is divided. Security Council [UN Now]— this is a sad story, — Tokayev said.

In his opinion, the UN has never been in such a bad situation before, because even during the Cold War, the organization showed much more unity than now. The President of Kazakhstan said that he was very concerned about the future of the UN, but he was firmly convinced of the need for solidarity and unity among the countries of the world. The positive influence of the UN should influence Russia and Ukraine on their path to peace, Tokayev stressed.

In mid-June, at SPIEF, Tokayev called the Donetsk and Lugansk People's Republics “quasi-state territories”, indicating that Kazakhstan would not recognize them— as in the case of Taiwan, Kosovo, South Ossetia and Abkhazia. International law rests on the UN Charter, the President of Kazakhstan said, but now two fundamental principles of this document have come into conflict: the right of nations to self-determination and the territorial integrity of states.

“If the right of a nation to self-determination is in reality realized on the entire globe, then instead of the 193 states that are now members of the UN, more than 500 or 600 states will arise on Earth. Of course, it will be chaos, — he added.

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Ukraine responded by imposing martial law, declaring mobilization and breaking diplomatic relations with Russia.

Since the end of February, the Russian and Ukrainian delegations have held several personal meetings, the last time they met at the end March in Istanbul. As a result of the talks, the parties exchanged written proposals for a peaceful settlement of the situation.

However, in early April, the dialogue was suspended. Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky has said that negotiations can only continue if Russia returns the regions it has taken under control. At the same time, the Russian Foreign Ministry doubted that Kyiv was interested in finding a peaceful solution to the conflict.

The head of the Ukrainian delegation, David Arakhamia, admitted in mid-June that Kyiv would return to negotiations after the counteroffensive of Ukrainian forces. “More than an eloquent demonstration of negotiations in Ukrainian”, — Dmitry Peskov, press secretary of the Russian president, appreciated his words.

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Alikhanov promised to submit proposals for a response to Lithuania this week

Kaliningrad Governor Alikhanov promised proposals for a response to Lithuania this week. They are already being worked out, the governor of the region said. Since June 18, Lithuania has banned the transit of sanctioned goods between the Kaliningrad region and the rest of Russia ” alt=”Alikhanov promised to submit proposals for a response to Lithuania this week” />

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This week Kaliningrad will send Moscow proposals for retaliatory measures to Lithuania in connection with the restriction of the transit of certain types of cargo from other Russian regions, said the governor of the region Anton Alikhanov on the TV channel “Russia 1”.

“Proposals regarding possible response measures [to Lithuania] are already being formed by us, and we will definitely send them to our federal colleagues. We agreed to do this this week, — Alikhanov said (TASS quote).

He also expressed the hope that through such “tough negotiations” Russia will be able to ensure that the EU and Lithuania return to fulfilling their international obligations and lift restrictions on transit. Otherwise, they will face the consequences of retaliatory measures, Alikhanov stressed.

Prior to this, the governor said that the response measures to Lithuania that Russia could take could be varied, and their consequences for the country's economy— essential.

Since June 18, Lithuania has banned the transit of sanctioned goods between the Kaliningrad region and the rest of Russia through its territory. Alikhanov said that the restrictions apply to building materials, cement, metals and other products. Commenting on this decision of the Lithuanian authorities, he said that, according to preliminary estimates, the ban will affect from 20 to 40% of the items that were transported between the Kaliningrad region and other regions of Russia. At the same time, Alikhanov noted that the delivery of goods will be arranged by sea, no shortage is expected in the region.

The governor called what is happening a violation of the international obligations of Lithuania and the EU to ensure the free transit of goods. He proposed, as a response, to ban the labeling of imported foreign alcohol on the territory of the Baltic countries, which would cause damage to these states in the amount of €300 million a year.

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The Lithuanian Foreign Ministry said it had imposed a ban based on sanctions imposed by the European Union. “Lithuania has not imposed any unilateral, individual or additional restrictions on this transit. Lithuania consistently applies EU sanctions, which have different transitional periods and deadlines,— said in the department.

At the same time, on April 8, the European Union, as part of the fifth package of sanctions against Russia, excluded road transit between the Kaliningrad region and the rest of Russia from restrictions.

On June 20, the Russian Foreign Ministry protested about the actions of Vilnius and demanded that the restrictions be lifted immediately. The Kremlin called this decision illegal. On June 21, the Russian Foreign Ministry summoned EU Ambassador to Russia Markus Ederer and warned of retaliatory measures if these restrictions were not lifted. “We demanded the immediate restoration of the normal functioning of the Kaliningrad transit. Otherwise, retaliatory measures will follow, — The ministry said in a statement.

After a meeting at the Foreign Ministry, Ederer assured that the transit of goods that do not fall under EU restrictive measures “works normally”, and asked not to aggravate the situation and resolve the issue through diplomacy, stressing that there is no talk of a blockade.

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Su-25 pilot killed in Rostov region

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

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

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

According to Izvestia, the attack aircraft flew at an ultra-low altitude. The plane could have hit a power line due to a pilot error, Baza Telegram channel writes. Similar information was reported by the 161.ru portal: according to its data, the plane was flying at low altitude, which is why it crashed into power lines, the accident occurred in the Chertkovsky district near the border with Ukraine. The attack aircraft caught fire in the air, the pilot received severe burns and died, writes the portal.

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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