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Most of the Russians have linked the crisis in Kazakhstan with the provocation of the special services

VTsIOM: over 60% of Russians approved the suppression of unrest in Kazakhstan by force Most often, the most likely scenario for what is happening in Kazakhstan, Russians call a provocation by foreign intelligence services. Only 8% agree that it was a terrorist attack

The majority of Russians who are interested in events in Kazakhstan (63%) approve of the use of law enforcement agencies to suppress riots, a poll by VTsIOM showed. The most popular version of events among Russians was a provocation by foreign intelligence services.

1,600 respondents took part in the survey, it was conducted by phone. The sample was adjusted taking into account socio-demographic factors. The maximum size of the error with a probability of 95% does not exceed 2.5%. The response data is based on the proportion of those who followed the events in Kazakhstan.

The January events in Kazakhstan, as the survey showed, were followed by 72% of Russians. To some extent, 74% of respondents show interest in the situation in Kazakhstan, for a third what is happening is of particular importance (34%).

Most often (26%) of those who are interested in the situation in Kazakhstan, characterized what is happening there as a riot, uprising or popular unrest against the backdrop of rising gas prices, declining living standards and dissatisfaction with the current government. 17% described the events as a coup.

Of the variants of what was happening offered to the respondents (question with a closed answer), the most popular was “this is a provocation by foreign special services.” 17% of those surveyed who were interested in events in Kazakhstan called what was happening a “popular uprising”. 14% consider the clashes to be a struggle for power of various Kazakh clans or a redistribution of spheres of influence.

Only 8% of respondents agreed with the official version of events that the situation in Kazakhstan was the result of a terrorist attack.

Almost half (49%) of the respondents said that they had a rather negative attitude towards the protesters. Only 25% supported them.

The decision to send the Russian military to Kazakhstan as part of the CSTO peacekeeping contingent was approved by 71% of respondents.

The riots that began in Kazakhstan on January 2 , were initially provoked by a doubling of the price of liquefied gas, which is used by up to 70% of motorists in the country. Later, however, political demands began to be heard at the protests, including the resignation of the government. On January 5 and 6, the conflict escalated, and the rallies escalated into clashes.

A number of administrative buildings, including the akimats (administrations) of Alma-Ata, Aktau and several other cities, were captured. A state of emergency was declared in the country, the authorities of Kazakhstan turned to the CSTO for help. On January 13, less than a week after the arrival of the military contingent, the withdrawal of peacekeepers began.

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The State Duma will not consider the draft law on QR codes in the spring session

The project on QR codes in public places was not included in the program of the State Duma for the spring session >

The bill on the introduction of QR codes in public places was not included in the draft of the work of the State Duma for the spring session, follows from the draft resolution published in the electronic database of the lower house of parliament.

Previously, the government, together with the United Russia party, decided to postpone consideration of this bill in the second reading. Deputy Prime Minister Tatyana Golikova pointed out that the document was originally prepared as a response to the spread of the coronavirus delta strain, but recently “new challenges” have arisen.

We are talking about the situation with the spread of the COVID-19 omicron strain , explained the Secretary of the General Council of “United Russia” Andrey Turchak.

The government submitted a bill on the introduction of QR codes in public places to the State Duma on November 12, 2021. On December 16, it was adopted in the first reading.

State Duma Speaker Vyacheslav Volodin said that the bill needs to be improved. According to him, on Monday, January 17, the State Duma Council will discuss the issue of withdrawing the bill on QR codes in public places from consideration.

It was originally planned that QR codes in public places would be introduced from February 1, and This measure was to be in effect until June 1. Public places included cultural organizations, catering and retail outlets. The measures did not apply to public transport, pharmacies, grocery retail and stores with essential goods.

Now, instead of QR codes, citizens will be able to present a negative PCR test to visit public places, Golikova said. According to her, the government will make appropriate amendments by the second reading of the bill.

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Lavrov found the difference between NATO and the Union State in “polite people”

Foreign Minister Lavrov explained the differences between NATO and the Union State with a phrase about polite people. NATO has a habit of “inviting” other countries to join its allies, but this is not Russia's method – “we are polite people,” Lavrov emphasized

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Russia does not have the habit of “inviting” other countries become allies, as happens in the West, but Russia has a special procedure that allows constructive consideration of relevant applications. This was announced at the annual press conference by Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov, broadcast by RBC.

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“We don't have that habit” invite someone <…> We have a procedure according to which, if someone applies, we, of course, consider [such an appeal], and consider it constructively,— the head of the Foreign Ministry answered the question about the possibility of joining Kazakhstan to the Union State.

According to him, the habit of “inviting” exists among Western states, in particular among NATO countries. “This is not our method. We are polite people, — noted Lavrov.

According to the head of the Russian Foreign Ministry, in the coming months, NATO may build up forces near the Russian borders under the pretext of a possible threat of “invasion”; to Ukraine.

He noted that Russia has run out of patience, so she raised the issue of not expanding the alliance to the east right now. Lavrov recalled that since the 1990s, the block has “thrown into the trash” all promises about non-expansion to the east and non-deployment of significant forces in the territories of new participants.

The Russian Foreign Minister also said that NATO artificially lures new members. “In particular, quite interesting statements have recently been made that the Scandinavian countries <…> would be welcome»,— Lavrov gave an example.

NATO includes 30 countries. Among the Scandinavian states in the bloc are Norway and Denmark. Sweden and Finland are partners in the alliance but are not members of it. In early January, Finnish Prime Minister Sanna Marin announced that the country retains the possibility of applying for membership in NATO.

Ukraine and Georgia have repeatedly declared their desire to join the North Atlantic Alliance.

Since the fall of 2021, there have been reports in the Western media about a possible Russian invasion of Ukraine. Russia denied all accusations. The Kremlin noted that the movement of troops across the country— it is her internal affair. Russian President Vladimir Putin, in turn, drew attention to the increased activity of NATO near the Russian borders. He demanded legal guarantees for the non-expansion of the alliance to the east.

On December 17, the Russian Foreign Ministry sent proposals on security guarantees to the US and NATO. They contained a clause on the non-expansion of the alliance to the east, in particular on the obligation not to accept Ukraine into the bloc. Negotiations on them with Washington and NATO took place on January 10 and 12, the next day the discussion took place at the OSCE site. The parties failed to agree on the clause on Ukraine.

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Putin appoints Gryzlov as new ambassador to Belarus

Boris Gryzlov became the new Russian ambassador to Belarus RBC wrote earlier that Boris Gryzlov would become the new Russian ambassador to Belarus. This is the fourth shift of the Russian ambassador to the republic since 2018. Prior to him, Evgeny Lukyanov held the post for less than a year

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The new ambassador of Belarus is Russia's plenipotentiary in the contact group to resolve the situation in Ukraine and the chairman of the United Russia Supreme Council Boris Gryzlov. The corresponding decree was signed by President Vladimir Putin.

Since 2018, this is the fourth change of the Russian ambassador to Belarus. Prior to Gryzlov's appointment, the post of ambassador had been held by Yevgeny Lukyanov since March 2021, who, in turn, replaced Dmitry Mezentsev.

Before Mezentsev, Mikhail Babich headed the diplomatic mission for less than a year, and before that, Alexander Surikov headed the embassy from 2006 to 2018.

The fact that Gryzlov would be appointed to this position was reported by diplomatic sources to RBC back in December.

Associate Professor of the Basic Department of Eurasian Economic Integration of the IPiNB RANEPA, director of the Center for the Study of Integration Prospects Sergei Rekeda told RBC that the change of the ambassador may be associated with the increasing level of tasks that Moscow faces in the Belarusian direction.

In Minsk, the replacement of the Russian ambassador was explained by “Russian internal processes,” member of the Constitutional Commission, political scientist Alexander Shpakovsky told RBC. In his opinion, the reasons for personnel changes should be sought within Russia— perhaps there will be some reshuffles in the leadership of the United Russia party.

During the period of Gryzlov's work, a referendum on changing the Belarusian Constitution falls, which President Alexander Lukashenko promised to hold in January & February 2022. After the vote, early presidential elections are also possible, since in November 2021 Lukashenka said that with the adoption of the new Constitution, he would no longer hold the presidency.

Boris Gryzlov was born in 1950 in Vladivostok. He graduated from the Leningrad Electrotechnical Institute of Communications. professor M.A. Bonch-Bruevich.

In 1999, Gryzlov was elected to the State Duma. From March 2001 to December 2003, he served as Minister of the Interior of Russia. Later, the politician was the speaker of the lower house of parliament.

In 2015, he was appointed Russia's representative in the tripartite Contact Group to resolve the situation in eastern Ukraine.

Gryzlov is well acquainted with Lukashenka. During the years of his political work, they met several times. In the 2000s, Gryzlov worked on the creation of the Constitutional Act of the Union State of Belarus and Russia, but in the end the document was not adopted.

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German authorities say NATO will not allow blackmail from Moscow

German Defense Minister Lambrecht said that NATO will not allow blackmail from Russia Russia does not have the right to veto in matters relating exclusively to NATO, German Defense Minister stressed .ru/v6_top_pics/media/img/7/57/756421642501577.jpg” alt=”German authorities said that NATO will not allow blackmail from Moscow” />

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NATO will not allow blackmail from Moscow and will not agree to a Russian veto against expansion. This was stated by German Defense Minister Christina Lambrecht, reports Reuters.

“These red lines should be clear in all upcoming negotiations. But between these red lines and military conflict, there are many opportunities that we must use, — she emphasized.

Next week, German Defense Minister plans to meet with NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg in Berlin.

Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said earlier that Moscow raised the issue of not expanding the bloc to the east right now because it ran out of patience, because since the 1990s, NATO has “thrown into the trash” all promises about non-expansion and non-deployment of significant forces in the territories of new participants.

Since the fall of 2021, reports have appeared in the Western media about a possible “invasion”; Russia to Ukraine. Moscow denied all accusations. President Vladimir Putin pointed to increased NATO activity near Russia's borders and demanded legal guarantees for the alliance's non-expansion to the east.

On December 17, the Russian Foreign Ministry sent proposals on security guarantees to the US and NATO. They contained a clause on the non-expansion of the alliance to the east, including the obligation not to accept Ukraine into the bloc. Negotiations on them with Washington and NATO took place on January 10 and 12, but the parties failed to agree on the point on Ukraine. Russia on security guarantees that provide for the non-expansion of the bloc to the east. Swedish Defense Minister Peter Hultqvist said that Moscow defied international law by demanding that Ukraine not be admitted to the North Atlantic Alliance.

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REvil hacker group liquidated in Russia after US request

The FSB reported on the liquidation of the REvil hacker group after a US request FSB officers detained hackers in five regions of Russia at once and found almost 0.5 billion rubles from them. and currency. Information about the hackers was passed on to the Russian intelligence services by the Americans. Biden called for action against Putin's hackers

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The REvil hacker community has been liquidated in Russia, the press service of the FSB said. Hackers attacked the information resources of foreign companies.

The FSB noted that the reason for the search was the appeal of the competent US authorities, “reporting the leader of the criminal community and his involvement in attacks on the information resources of foreign high-tech companies by introducing malicious software securing, encrypting information and extorting money for its decryption.

The operation took place in Moscow, St. Petersburg, Moscow, Leningrad and Lipetsk regions. More than 426 million rubles were confiscated from 14 hackers, including in cryptocurrency, 600 thousand US dollars, 500 thousand euros, 20 premium cars.

“As a result of the joint actions of the FSB and the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Russia, the organized criminal community ceased to exist, the information infrastructure used for criminal purposes was neutralized. Representatives of the competent authorities of the United States have been informed of the results of the operation, — reported to the FSB.

The detainees were charged with committing crimes under Part 2 of Art. 187 “Illegal circulation of means of payment” Criminal Code. Not only the hackers themselves were detained, but the infrastructure they used was also neutralized, the FSB specified.

Cybersecurity was one of the topics of the summit between Russian and US Presidents Vladimir Putin and Joe Biden in Geneva in June 2021. After the talks, Biden said the presidents had agreed to work out which targets should not be subjected to cyberattacks. He said that he had proposed to Putin a list of 16 infrastructure sectors against which hacker attacks would be banned.

Putin, in turn, said after the summit that, according to American sources, most cyber attacks in the world come from US territory.

In a July 2021 phone call with Putin, Biden urged Russia to take action to stop hackers operating on its soil, “and stressed that he is determined to continue to fight the broader ransomware threat.” The President of the United States promised that Washington would take the necessary measures “to protect its people and its critical infrastructure in the face of an ongoing challenge.”

The Kremlin then reported that Putin announced Russia's readiness “to jointly suppress criminal manifestations in the information space”, but in the last month there were no such requests from US departments.

In 2021, there were several major cyber attacks against US businesses and companies that brought them to a halt. One of the loudest— attack on the network of the largest pipeline network on the US East Coast for the supply of gasoline, diesel fuel and other petroleum products Colonial Pipeline. The pumping of oil products was stopped for several days. In June 2021, all the factories of the largest meat producer JBS S.A. were shut down in the United States due to a cyber attack.

These attacks in the United States were often associated with “Russian hackers”. So the FBI reported that cyber attacks on the branches of the world's largest meat producer JBS were organized by the hacker group REvil, also known as Sodinokibi. In November 2021, the US Treasury imposed sanctions against Russian citizen Yevgeny Polyanin and Ukrainian citizen Yaroslav Vasinsky. The department stated that Polyanin and Vasinsky are directly related to the REvil hacker group.

In April 2021, the Taiwanese company Quanta Computer— one of Apple's main suppliers. As Bloomberg reported, hackers planted ransomware and demanded to pay them $50 million. REvil tried to get money from Apple, saying that after Quanta Computer was hacked, hackers gained access to the company's latest developments and threatened to publish them.

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“At the request of US authorities”: how the FSB detained hackers from the REvil group

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“We are polite”: what Lavrov said about the negotiations with NATO, the CSTO and Ukraine

Russia does not lure other states into its allies, as NATO does, because “we are polite,” the Russian Foreign Minister said. Sergei Lavrov answered journalists' questions for more than three hours – in the RBC video .jpg” alt=””We are polite”: what Lavrov said about the negotiations with NATO, the CSTO and Ukraine” />

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Zelensky offered to hold a meeting with Putin and Biden

President of Ukraine Zelensky proposed to hold a meeting with Putin and Biden

President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky proposed to hold a meeting with Russian leader Vladimir Putin and US President Joe Biden.

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Psaki commented on the possible summit of Biden, Putin and Zelensky

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US White House official Jen Psaki commented on the information that Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky called for organizing a tripartite summit with Russian and American counterparts Vladimir Putin and Joe Biden.

According to her, Washington has “nothing to report yet in the context of the next steps in negotiations or contacts.”

In addition, she noted that Biden will hold a press conference next week. The event is scheduled for Wednesday, January 19.

Earlier, the head of the office of the Ukrainian president, Andriy Yermak, said that both a trilateral meeting and a video conference could be worked out. At an event at the Atlantic Council, he added that the Ukrainian side is waiting for the Russian side's reaction. And the American partners have already expressed deep interest.

Prior to this, the former Prosecutor General of Ukraine Volodymyr Lutsenko said that it was inappropriate for Ukrainian leader Volodymyr Zelensky to travel to Moscow for negotiations with Russian President Vladimir Putin. He called the reason for compromising evidence that Putin allegedly has on Zelensky. Lutsenko did not specify what compromising information he was talking about, but hinted that he “knows something.” He is sure that this is why Zelensky is so eager to meet the Russian leader.

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Peskov responded to rumors about “Russian provocation for the invasion of Donbass”

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The Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov commented on recent publications in the Western press and statements by US officials, according to whom Russia allegedly plans to arrange provocations in the east of Ukraine.

The insider was published in the largest English-language media and news agencies on both sides of the Atlantic. In particular, the British The Guardian on Friday published an article in which they cited statements from sources from among American “officials”. According to the statements of the interlocutors of the newspaper, Washington believes that Moscow has already sent provocateurs to the Donbass to implement a “deceptive maneuver.” The “false flag” provocation perpetrated against the RF Armed Forces, according to their statements, should be the rationale for the “Russian attack”. The United States believes that this provocation will take place before the end of winter.

"Russia is creating grounds for fabricating a pretext for an invasion, including sabotage, an information war – in order to accuse Ukraine of preparing an attack on the Russian military in the Ukrainian eastern territories", – said one of the sources.

The interlocutor of the publication also said that the United States “has evidence that Russia has already sent a group of operatives” to implement the described scenario.

“Russian agents of influence are already beginning to facilitate the fabrication of a provocation in state media and social networks,” the source added, opining that Russia allegedly used the same tactics before the “annexation of Crimea”; in 2014.

The source also stated that the “Russian military” had plans to start these activities a few weeks before the “military invasion” itself, which “may begin between mid-January and mid-February.”

Later, US White House spokesman Jen Psaki, as well as Pentagon speakers, confirmed “availability of information” about an allegedly impending provocation in the Donbass.

The reaction to these statements has already followed from the Kremlin. Peskov said that these accusations against Russia, like all previous ones, are still unfounded and unsubstantiated.

“Until now, all these statements were unfounded,” Peskov said. – Were not confirmed by anything.

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The United States called the timing of the invasion of the Russian army in Ukraine

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The Russian Federation could allegedly attack Ukraine in mid-January-February 2022. This was stated by the official representative of the White House, Jen Psaki, without voicing any evidence.

As the representative of the American organization emphasized, the United States is concerned about the preparations for the invasion of Ukraine. Allegedly, Russia is engaged in sabotage and information operations against Ukraine, accusing Kiev of preparing attacks on Russian forces.

According to Psaki, a military invasion could begin between mid-January and mid-February 2022. According to the representative of the White House, Moscow can deliberately create a pretext for the invasion of its troops into Ukraine, and then carry out the actual act of aggression. Psaki drew parallels with the situation in Crimea in the spring of 2014, when the peninsula became part of the Russian Federation following a referendum.

Earlier, CNN, citing an unnamed source in the US administration, also reported that the Russian invasion of Ukraine allegedly will take place in mid-January – mid-February 2022.

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