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In the south-east of Moscow eliminated the outflow of water to the heating system

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Earlier, a video appeared on social networks, where it was reported that a pipe with hot water had burst in Kuzminki and the whole street of Young Lenintsev was covered with steam. As RIA Novosti was informed in the press service of the complex, on Tuesday at the address: st. A leak was discovered in the heating system at 47 Yunykh Lenintsev St.

“The heating network section at 47 Yunykh Lenintsev St. has been localized. Water leakage has been eliminated. City services are working at the site,” the report says.< p>

According to the Telegram channel of the Moscow Department of Transport, traffic on Yunykh Lenintsev Street in the south-east of Moscow has been restored. t38, VK and HF were delayed.

“Traffic has been fully restored,” the message says.

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Corridor for perishable goods will be opened from Kherson region to Crimea

The military-civil administration of the Kherson region announced that the corridor will be opened near the village of Chaplynka, cars carrying perishable products will pass through it

On the border of the Kherson region with the Crimea, a special corridor will be opened for trucks carrying perishable products, a representative of the Kherson military-civil administration (VGA) said, TASS reports.

“An indulgence is being made for trucks that travel from the Kherson region to the Crimea in order to let them through faster. <…> People are transporting perishable goods, such as strawberries <…> and cucumbers. <…> Therefore, they try to make indulgence for them,»,— he explained.

Kirill Stremousov, deputy head of the Kherson Regional State Administration, confirmed to Interfax that the authorities of Crimea and the region have agreed on the opening of a corridor in addition to the passenger one, which operates in the area of ​​the village of Kalanchak. The crossing will open near the village of Chaplynka. Road transport remains the main mode of trade for the Kherson region, Stremousov noted.

"We are now setting up the railway communication, trying to deal with the seaports",— he concluded.

Previously, RIA Novosti with reference to users in social networks, he reported that there are traffic jams on the border of the two regions. Before that, the press service of the Crimean customs told RBC that there were no problems with sending humanitarian and other goods across the border of the Republic of Crimea to the Kherson region.

The Russian Ministry of Defense reported on the capture of Kherson a few days after the start of the military operation in Ukraine. On March 15, control was established over the entire territory of the region. Later, a military-civilian administration was created there, and Stremousov was appointed deputy head at the end of April.

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Lukashenka told the details of the KGB special operation in Ukraine

According to Lukashenka, the special services worked “without firing a shot” and freed “several dozens” of Belarusian citizens who were stuck in Ukraine after the start of the Russian special operation. Two Belarusians were killed there, the president said

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President of Belarus Alexander Lukashenko awarded employees of the State Security Committee of the republic for “a special operation in Ukraine to free Belarusian citizens.” The video was published by the Telegram channel Pool of the First.

“I am grateful to you for the operation that you carried out to free our people from de facto captivity. Several dozens of Belarusian citizens, obviously not of their own free will, turned out to be hostages, and not only of the situation, but also of individual desires of the worst people in Ukraine, — said Lukashenka.

According to him, when Russia launched the “special operation”, “a few dozen of our people” remained in Ukraine, and they “should have been returned home to their families.” Two citizens, the president said, failed to return. “They were simply brazenly killed by the Ukrainians. The time will come, we will deal with them, & mdash; said Lukashenka.

He recalled that in early April, the special services carried out a special operation to return the Belarusians home. According to him, they worked “without firing a shot.” “A very noble cause for a military man. Without noise, without shots, return dozens of people home, & mdash; noted the president.

On April 7, Lukashenka announced that Belarus had carried out a “special operation to free its citizens” in Ukraine, BelTA informs. “It got to the point that these scoundrels began to capture our people there [in Ukraine], primarily drivers of cars who got there at that time,” — he declared. According to the president, 1,500 Belarusian wagons were arrested in Ukraine, “cars and up to a hundred children were seized. who drove these trucks. “I warned the Ukrainians that we would be forced to conduct a special operation to free these people. We carried out such a special operation and freed all our people, — Lukashenka said then.

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Patrushev announced Poland’s transition to the “seizure” of Western Ukraine

Security Council Secretary Nikolai Patrushev believes that Poland and the West are offering Kyiv rapprochement out of selfish motives, hoping to seize Western territories. Sergey Naryshkin and Viktor Yanukovych spoke about the threat from Poland earlier

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Secretary of the Russian Security Council Nikolai Patrushev believes that Poland is already beginning to “capture” western territories of Ukraine. He stated this in Kazan at a meeting on ensuring national security in the Volga region, TASS reports. Patrushev said, noting that the West has “special plans”; to Ukrainian territories.

According to him, Kyiv's Western partners intend “in selfish interests” to take advantage of the current situation. “A vivid confirmation of this was the visit to Kyiv of the Polish President [Andrzej] Duda, as well as his statements that the Polish-Ukrainian border would soon cease to exist,” — said the Secretary of the Security Council.

At the end of April, the director of the Foreign Intelligence Service (SVR), Sergei Naryshkin, announced the development in Washington and Warsaw of a plan to establish Poland's control over its “historical possessions”; in Ukraine. Referring to “information received by the Russian Foreign Intelligence Service”, Naryshkin said that the United States and Poland intend to establish “tight military-political control” over certain territories of Ukraine. The first stage in the implementation of this plan, according to the head of the Foreign Intelligence Service, will be the entry of Polish and other foreign troops into the western part of Ukraine.

After the collapse of the Austro-Hungarian Empire in the fall of 1918, the conflict between Poles and Ukrainians escalated in the territory of Galicia (corresponding to the territories of modern Ivano-Frankivsk, Lvov, Ternopil regions of Ukraine, as well as the south of the Podkarpackie Voivodeship of Poland). The fighting went between the forces of the Polish Republic and the Western Ukrainian People's Republic, including for Lviv. In early 1919, an Entente peacekeeping mission was sent to the city in order to establish a line of demarcation between the warring parties and end the conflict. She was able to achieve a temporary truce, but later hostilities resumed. Active clashes began in November 1918 and ended in the summer of 1919 after the intervention of Romania.

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Naryshkin's words about Warsaw's intention to annex the west of Ukraine in Poland were called lies and an attempt to sow distrust. The press secretary of the Minister — Coordinator of the Polish Intelligence Services, Stanislav Zharin, said that “the lie about Poland's alleged plans to attack Western Ukraine has been repeated for several years.”

In late March, Polish President Andrzej Duda signed amendments to the law on assistance to Ukrainians, according to which citizens of Ukraine, forced to leave the country due to hostilities, will be able to legally stay in the Polish Republic for 18 months from February 24. This applies to those who are going to stay in this country. Subsequently, they will be granted a temporary residence permit.

In May, Duda expressed the hope that there would be no borders between Poland and Ukraine in the future, and that the peoples of the two countries would be able to “live together on this land.”

As a response to the decisions President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky proposed to the Polish leader in May that the Poles be granted a special legal status and develop a corresponding bill. The document will be drawn up by analogy with the Polish law on supporting the citizens of Ukraine.

Relations between Warsaw and Kyiv were commented on by former Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovych, who fled the country in 2014. He warned of the danger of the current “situational rapprochement [of Ukraine] with Poland”, which, in his opinion, “threatens a situation when Ukraine will be forced to actually merge with it [Poland]”. Yanukovych believes that in the event of a rapprochement with Warsaw, Ukraine will completely destroy statehood, and the country may also lose “huge territories in the south and east of the country.”

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Sanctioned companies will be allowed to temporarily not elect the board of directors

Prime Minister Mikhail Mishustin proposed a ten-point plan in the face of sanctions pressure. Among them is a proposal to allow companies subject to sanctions to temporarily not elect the board of directors .jpg” alt=”Sanctioned companies will be allowed to temporarily not elect the board of directors” />

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Russian companies that have fallen under the sanctions will have the right not to elect the board of directors. Prime Minister Mikhail Mishustin announced this at a government meeting, the broadcast was conducted by the Rossiya 24 TV channel.

According to Mishustin, under the sanctions, the plan of priority actions in the economy has been increased by another ten positions. According to the minister, its main goal — “fill the economy with liquidity, help develop the investment process.”

“One of these measures affects the areas of corporate relations and the financial market, and will further stimulate business activity. It is proposed to allow companies subject to sanctions to temporarily not elect the board of directors. Now this is especially true for public joint-stock companies, where such a governing body is mandatory, — he said.

Among other government proposals:

  • in some cases, it will be allowed to retain the powers of the board of directors without re-election (for example, when the number of members of the board became less than the statutory minimum, i.e. less than five people);
  • to extend the temporary procedure for the repurchase of own shares on the stock exchange to two years (it was introduced before August);
  • to launch a unified information system for operational monitoring of concessional lending programs.

If the conditions are met, the prime minister continued, stabilization on the Russian stock market is expected within two years.

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On February 21, Russia recognized the independence of the Donetsk and Luhansk People's Republics, and on February 24, President Vladimir Putin announced the start of a military operation in Ukraine. In this regard, the authorities of the United States, the European Union, Great Britain and other countries began to impose sanctions against large Russian companies, financial institutions, assets of the Central Bank, as well as officials, businessmen and the military.

After that, many businessmen who fell under Western sanctions began to leave the boards of directors of companies, re-register their business or sue the EU authorities. Billionaire Roman Abramovich, in particular, filed a lawsuit with the European Court in Luxembourg against the EU Council, which imposed sanctions against him. Earlier, Alfa Bank shareholders Petr Aven and Mikhail Fridman, the owner of Severstal, filed lawsuits against the EU Council. Alexey Mordashov and founder of USM Holdings Alisher Usmanov.

In response to sanctions, the Central Bank allowed Russian banks not to disclose on their websites, as well as on the website of the Bank of Russia, the main forms of reporting under Russian Accounting Standards (RAS). The rule also applies to reporting for February. The decision to remove this information from public access was made “to limit the risks of credit institutions” associated with Western sanctions. The regulator said that market participants will be able to “as needed” disclose reports to their counterparties.

In addition, the regulator allowed financial companies to hide data on beneficiaries until the end of the year. Such organizations include banks, non-state pension funds, insurance companies, microfinance organizations.

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The Verkhovna Rada removed Denisova from the post of Ombudsman of Ukraine

Previously, Denisova was accused of failing to fulfill her powers to organize the exchange of prisoners, as well as the lack of evidence of “sexual crimes” by the Russian military. 234 people's deputies voted for her removal from office removed Denisova from the post of Ombudsman of Ukraine” />

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The Verkhovna Rada voted by a majority vote to remove Lyudmila Denisova from the post of Ombudsman of Ukraine. This was announced in his Telegram channel by the people's deputy from the party “Voice” Yaroslav Zheleznyak.

According to him, 234 deputies voted to remove Denisova from office. In total, there are 450 people's deputies in the Verkhovna Rada of the last convocation.

Earlier, a vote of no confidence in the current Ombudsman was collected in the Rada, the press secretary of the ruling Servant of the People party said. Julia Paliychuk.

Before that, Denisova herself warned that on May 31 the Verkhovna Rada intended to dismiss her on the “command” from the office of President Volodymyr Zelensky. According to her, Denisova learned about the collection of signatures about expressing no confidence in her from the speaker of parliament.

Among the claims against Denosova, according to the deputy chairman of the procedural committee of the Rada, Pavel Frolov, are the failure to fulfill their powers to organize humanitarian corridors, to protect and exchange prisoners, to counter the deportation of people and other human rights activities. “The incomprehensible concentration of the Ombudsman’s media work on the numerous details of “sexual crimes committed in an unnatural way” and “child rape” in the occupied territories, which she could not confirm with evidence, only harmed Ukraine and diverted the attention of the world media from the real needs of Ukraine, — the People's Deputy pointed out.

In addition, according to Frolov, the current ombudsman spent a long time abroad, “but not in Russia or Belarus, where her status and powers could help the prisoners.” Earlier, Tatyana Moskalkova, Commissioner for Human Rights in Russia, said that Denisova refused to agree to an exchange of prisoners of war.

Since the end of February, Russia and Ukraine have carried out prisoner exchanges more than once. The first exchange, which Moskalkova spoke about, took place on March 21, when Moscow exchanged nine Russians for the mayor of the city of Melitopol, Ivan Fedorov. The last exchange of prisoners took place on May 6. Then Ukrainian Deputy Prime Minister Irina Vereshchuk reported about it. “Another exchange of prisoners took place. 41 people were returned, including 11 women,— wrote in her Telegram channel.

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Edition “Strana.ua” referring to the head of the board of the ZMINA Human Rights Center Tatyana Pechonchik, indicates that the presidential party “Servant of the People” has already selected candidates to replace Denisova: these are deputies from the Servant of the People; Maryana Bezuglaya, Alexander Kachura and Nikolay Tishchenko. Source “Country.ua” called Tishchenko the main candidate to replace Denisova.

Denisova has been the Ombudsman since March 15, 2018, she was appointed under President Petro Poroshenko. She comes from Arkhangelsk, in Ukraine she lived since 1989 in the Crimea. In 2005, she became a member of the Batkivshchyna party. Yulia Tymoshenko, under her, as the head of the government of Ukraine, Denisova was the Minister of Labor and Social Policy. In 2014, Denisova left the “Batkivshchyna” and became a member of the “People's Front” party Arseniy Yatsenyuk, in his government also served as Minister of Labor and Social Policy. She was a deputy of the Verkhovna Rada several times.

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The Rada adopted an appeal to the National Security and Defense Council on sanctions against Patriarch Kirill

In addition to the patriarch, they are asking for sanctions against the head of the department for external church relations, Metropolitan Hilarion of Volokolamsk, and his deputy, Archpriest Nikolai Balashov. They provide for the blocking of assets

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Deputies of the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine voted for an appeal to the National Security and Defense Council (NSDC) demanding personal sanctions against Patriarch Kirill of Moscow and All Russia, Ukrainian MP Yaroslav Zheleznyak said in Telegram.

In total, restrictions are asked to be introduced against eight figures of the Russian Orthodox Church, who “systemically and actively” support the operation in Ukraine.

They included the chairman of the department for external church relations, Metropolitan Hilarion of Volokolamsk, his deputy, Archpriest Nikolai Balashov, Metropolitan Tikhon (Shevkunov) of Pskov and Porkhov, and others.

As explained by Rada deputy Alexei Goncharenko on the Telegram channel, sanctions are asked to be introduced for ten years, now the NSDC itself should consider the application for imposing restrictions.

The draft resolution was submitted to the Ukrainian parliament at the end of April. We are talking about blocking the assets of church leaders in Ukraine, limiting any trade transactions with them, issuing cash using payment cards, stopping cultural exchanges and scientific cooperation with their participation, refusing to provide visas, canceling official visits, depriving them of state awards and a ban on acquiring property land plots.

At the end of March, a draft was submitted to the Verkhovna Rada to ban the activities of the ROC and its affiliated structures on the territory of Ukraine. If the law is approved, the property of the Church in the country will be nationalized. The adoption of such a document will provoke a new round of civil confrontation and lead to an aggravation of the social crisis, said Vladimir Legoyda, head of the synodal department of the Moscow Patriarchate for relations between the church, society and the media.

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The Ukrainian Orthodox Church (UOC) is part of the Moscow Patriarchate of the Russian Orthodox Church. According to data from 2017, the UOC had at its disposal about 11 thousand religious buildings and more than 12 thousand parishes in the country. It manages three laurels: Kiev-Pechersk, Assumption Pochaev and Assumption Svyatogorsk.

On May 27, the Council of the UOC declared its “complete independence and independence.” In addition, his statement stated that “during the period of martial law, when communications between the dioceses and the church's leading center are complicated or absent,” diocesan bishops receive the right to make some decisions independently. At the same time, the chairman of the Synodal Information and Education Department of the UOC, Metropolitan Kliment, explained to RBC that the Ukrainian church did not break off relations with the Russian Orthodox Church by this decision, but confirmed its independent status. Metropolitan Hilarion of Volokolamsk also stated that the UOC once again testified that it is completely self-governing, that its church center is located not in Moscow, but in Kyiv.

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Pugacheva responded to insults due to her departure from Russia

On the eve of the facade of the television center “Ostankino” in Moscow, unknown people projected the phrase: “Alla, it's good that you ran away!” In response, the artist called on the country to “live in peace” and recalled that “the lower the intelligence, the louder the insults”

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Singer Alla Pugacheva, who left Russia after the start of a special operation in Ukraine, commented on the insult in her the address that appeared on the facade of the Ostankino television center on May 30; in Moscow using video projection. Unknown people addressed the artist with the following phrase: “Alla, it's good that you ran away!”.

After that, Pugacheva posted a video on her Instagram page (owned by Meta, recognized in Russia as extremist) on May 31. The singer signed her video: “The lower the intelligence, the louder the insults. Live in peace, country!»

The fact that Pugacheva left Russia became known in early March. First, the cleric of the Russian Orthodox Church and TV presenter Andrei Tkachev announced the departure of the singer, then TV presenter and journalist Ksenia Sobchak confirmed his words.

Pugacheva denied information about her emigration and stated that she had gone to be treated and rest. Later, the People's Artist of the USSR clarified that she plans to return to Russia from a vacation in Israel by September 1. “And how! The holidays are ending. On September 1, children must go to school. Now they are studying online»,— she said.

Together with Pugacheva, her husband, TV presenter and comedian Maxim Galkin left Russia. The singer also denied his departure and said that “this is not forever.”

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Galkin himself had previously spoken out sharply about Russia's special military operation in Ukraine. In April, he announced that he was going to give several concerts in Israel and send part of the profits to support Ukrainian refugees.

After Galkin made a public statement about the special operation, RBC sources reported that federal TV channels refused to air the bank's advertising “Uralsib” with his participation. May 7 “Channel One” showed the release of the program “Tonight” hosted by Galkin, where he was replaced by the People's Artist of Russia and the rector of the Academy of Russian Ballet named after A.Ya. Vaganova Nikolai Tsiskaridze.

In the Kremlin, after leaving the country, some artists and cultural figures noted that they did not consider them “enemies of the state”, in contrast to those who “began to find fault with the authorities and attack military heroes” ;. Press Secretary of the Russian President Dmitry Peskov then admitted that these people could be frightened and not understand the actions of politicians.

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Belgian PM says EU needs to pause sanctions against Russia

According to the Belgian prime minister, it will be “much more difficult” to agree on an embargo on Russian gas supplies than it was with oil. He suggested that the EU wait with new sanctions and see what the effect of the sixth package will be .jpg” alt=”The Prime Minister of Belgium said that the EU needs to take a pause in the sanctions against Russia” />

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The EU after the introduction of the sixth package of anti-Russian sanctions needs to “pause” and look at the consequences, Belgian Prime Minister Alexandre de Cros said, according to Bloomberg.

“This package [of sanctions] is a big step forward and I think we should pause now,”— de Cros said.

Answering a question from journalists about a possible embargo on Russian gas, the prime minister noted that it would be “much more difficult” to agree on a decision on it than it was with oil.

“So this [the imposition of the sixth package of sanctions] is an important step. Let's stop there and see what effect it will have, — he said (quoted by Barron's).

The European Union on the evening of May 30 agreed to a partial ban on Russian oil imports as part of the sixth round of sanctions. The ban will be imposed on offshore oil supplies and will not affect exports through pipelines, through which EU members, including Hungary, Germany and Poland, received about a third of the oil.

At the same time, Germany and Poland decided to independently abandon any form of Russian oil supplies (by sea and pipelines). Therefore, by the end of the year, it will be sent to the EU only through the southern part of the Druzhba pipeline, which accounts for 10% of the total volume of oil bought by the EU from Russia, explained the head of the European Commission, Ursula von der Leyen.

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Russian President Vladimir Putin called Europe's energy policy “economic suicide”. According to him, along with Russian energy resources, “the possibility of increasing economic activity will also leave Europe for other regions of the world.” As a result, it will become the region with the “highest cost of resources in the world”, which “may seriously undermine the competitiveness of a significant part of European industry”, the President noted.

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The Ministry of Foreign Affairs announced the expulsion of an employee of the Embassy of Montenegro from Russia

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The Russian authorities declared the employee of the Montenegrin embassy in Moscow persona non grata , the message on the website of the Russian Ministry of Foreign Affairs says.

“This measure is a response to the unjustified decision taken on April 7 by the Montenegrin side to declare «persona non grata» a number of diplomats of the Russian Embassy in Podgorica»,— specified in the diplomatic department.

On April 7, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Montenegro declared four Russian diplomats persona non grata. The official representative of the Russian Foreign Ministry, Maria Zakharova, warned that Moscow would respond to the actions of Montenegro.

In March, after the start of the Russian special operation in Ukraine, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Bulgaria and Slovakia announced the expulsion of Russian diplomats. Most of the diplomats were expelled from Poland— 45 employees of the Russian diplomatic mission left the country. Moscow responded by announcing mirror measures.

The second wave of deportations began on 4 April. The German Foreign Ministry announced that 40 diplomats will be expelled from the country, Italy will send 30 people, Denmark— 15, Greece— 12, Norway and Sweden— three diplomats each, Luxembourg— one.

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Later, Spain declared 25 Russian diplomats persona non grata, Slovenia— 33, Portugal and Romania— for 10 people. 19 people were expelled from the Russian Permanent Mission to the EU in Belgium.

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Africa Intelligence learned about the recall of Ukrainian helicopters from Mali

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Amid the Russian special operation, Ukraine withdrew six of its helicopters deployed in Africa as part of the UN Multidimensional Integrated Stabilization Mission in Mali (MINUSMA), Africa Intelligence reports.

According to the publication, Kyiv's decision “endangered” the combat readiness of the mission forces.

In Mali, since 2012, an armed conflict between government troops and militants of various separatist and Islamist groups has continued. The situation in the country escalated due to the situation in Libya after the overthrow of Muammar Gaddafi.

To contain the confrontation, the UN Security Council in April 2013 established the UN Multidisciplinary Integrated Stabilization Mission in Mali in order to support political processes in this country and performing a number of security tasks. As part of this mission, over 13,000 military personnel are in Mali. Since the beginning of the mission, 260 peacekeepers have died.

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Putin supported the idea of ​​giving the “Hero of Russia” to the lieutenant who saved his colleagues

The President supported the proposal of the head of Buryatia to award the title of Hero of Russia to a lieutenant who covered a convoy in an armored personnel carrier and saved 150 colleagues during a special operation in Ukraine. The soldier was seriously injured

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Canada imposed sanctions against Kabaeva and Rosselkhozbank

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Canada expanded anti-Russian sanctions to include 22 individuals and four legal entities, the country's government said.

From the sanctions list on the website of the government of the country it follows that the restrictions, in particular, included the chairman of the board of directors of the National Media Group holding, Olympic champion Alina Kabaeva, as well as Rosselkhozbank, Investtorgbank, management companies of the Russian Direct Investment Fund and the Russian Venture Capital company.

“These measures are the latest example of Canada's unwavering commitment to Ukraine and its people. These measures also demonstrate that Canada is a leader in a broad international effort to hold the Russian leadership accountable and protect the sovereignty, territorial integrity and independence of Ukraine. government announcement says.

Since the beginning of the military operation in Ukraine, Canada has already announced several packages of sanctions against Russia. In particular, in March, Ottawa imposed sanctions against Russian businessmen Roman Abramovich and Alisher Usmanov, the head of the Central Election Commission, Ella Pamfilova, as well as the Ministry of Defense, the SVR, the Sukhoi company; and others. In the same month, Canada announced restrictions on 160 members of the Federation Council, and in early April— against the head of Norilsk Nickel Vladimir Potanin, head of NOVATEK Leonid Mikhelson, founder of the Renova group; Viktor Vekselberg and six other Russians.

On May 18, Canadian Public Safety Minister Marco Mendicino announced that all Russians under sanctions would be banned from entering the country, including President Vladimir Putin. Two days later, Ottawa expanded the sanctions list to include 14 Russians, including the head of Russian Railways, Oleg Belozerov, and the daughter-in-law of Federation Council speaker Valentina Matvienko, Yulia. At the same time, Canada banned the import of luxury goods from Russia, in particular alcoholic beverages, seafood, fish and diamonds.

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In response, the Russian Foreign Ministry imposed sanctions against Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, his wife and more than 300 Canadians. President Vladimir Putin has previously pointed out that “the sanctions that are being introduced are akin to a declaration of war.” However, according to him, the situation did not reach a complete crisis with the “partners” either. countries “there is an understanding of what this is fraught with and what threatens everyone.”

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Vučić said that Serbia has no anti-Western or Russophobic course

Vucic, who entered his second term, noted that Serbia behaves in accordance with the principles of international law and can unequivocally condemn its violations. He also called neutrality the path to the future for the country

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Serbia does not allow either anti-Western or Russophobic behavior and is proud of it, President Aleksandar Vučić, who entered his second term, said after taking the oath in the country's parliament, reports RTV.

Vucic noted that he is also proud of Serbia, which today behaves in accordance with the principles of public international law and can unequivocally and clearly condemn its violations.

“Dostoevsky, Shakespeare, Goethe, and Hemingway are welcome here , and Serbia can be proud of this, even if it is a rare country in today's world,»— said Vucic.

He added that Serbia remains an island surrounded by NATO. “All around us are countries where NATO is located. There is not a single country that is not in NATO, Serbia is like a small island. Some call it a problem. What is the problem that you believe in your people, in the heroic genes of your citizens, and that we are able to defend our land and want to have the right to defend our borders, our country, have our own military and defend our sky, — he said.

Presidential and parliamentary elections were held in Serbia on April 3, Vucic was re-elected for a second term with a score of 60%, his Serbian Progressive Party received 43% of the vote. His opponent from the United Serbia opposition coalition, Zdravko Ponosh, won 17% of the vote, the coalition— 13%.

Vučić has repeatedly spoken about the neutrality of Serbia, but noted that its path is directed to the EU. At the same time, Belgrade does not intend to “trample its friendship that it has in the East,” he noted. Serbia also refused to impose sanctions against Russia, but, according to the president, it costs her dearly. Belgrade will resist imposing restrictions on Russia “for as long as it can.” Russian President Vladimir Putin, in a congratulatory telegram to Vucic, indicated that his foreign policy is independent, and partnership relations between the countries “meet the interests of the fraternal peoples of Russia and Serbia.”

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At the same time, Serbian Prime Minister Ana Brnabic in May compared the actions of Russia in Ukraine and the actions of Western countries in relation to Serbia in 1999 and 2008. “When the great powers choose which UN resolution to fully comply with and which to violate, then an international legal order based on the rule of force emerges. Russia today is doing what some other countries did to us in 1999 and 2008,— Brnabic said then. The official representative of the Russian Foreign Ministry, Maria Zakharova, called such a comparison inappropriate.

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Turkey called two obstacles to the start of the export of grain from Ukraine by sea

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< p>Ukrainian mines off the coast of the Odessa region and sanctions on the insurance of Russian ships and the provision of services to them in foreign ports are the main obstacles to the resumption of grain supplies from Ukraine through the Black Sea. Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlet Cavusoglu stated this in an interview with Anadolu agency.

“Ukraine does not want Russian warships to call at the ports of Odessa. Russia also does not want the ships that will carry cargo along this corridor to deliver weapons to Ukraine. How can they be sure of all this? There should be a verification mechanism,»,— said the minister.

According to him, from a technical point of view, it is possible to clear mines at sea in one or two weeks, and Turkey has already begun work on discussing a way out of this situation. The minister also said that “Russia and Ukraine agreed on this issue in principle”, but the details of further work are still to be discussed.

Cavusoglu said that Turkey contributes to building trust between Ukraine and Russia and cooperates with the UN. “The UN has a proposal: to create a quadripartite contact group with the participation of the United Nations, Turkey, Russia and Ukraine. We agreed to this in principle. Consultations are being held at the technical level, the idea of ​​implementation has appeared. But full consensus has not yet been reached, — the minister said.

At the same time, he stated that Turkey complies with all sanctions and will not allow any of the countries to bypass them. At the same time, he noted that Turkey has assumed obligations to ensure the security of maritime supplies. “We have an important role in ensuring the safety of navigation and the passage of ships carrying grain from ports,” & mdash; minister added.

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French President Emmanuel Macron said he hoped a decision to resume grain supplies from Ukraine would be found in “the coming days or weeks” and also welcomed Turkey's efforts. “The EU and Turkey will make efforts to unblock the export of Ukrainian grain. <…> This grain, 20 million tons, should be sent to those countries that need it, as well as to food programs,— he said at a press conference after the EU summit in Brussels.

Also, according to Macron, any contacts with Russia, including Turkey, on the issue of unblocking grain supplies should be welcomed.

Earlier, Kyiv requested international guarantees to restore grain supplies from Ukraine, saying that unilateral Russian guarantees were not enough. Ukrainian Foreign Minister Dmitry Kuleba said that his country does not object to the participation of the UN in solving this problem.

In turn, Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said that Russia is ready to ensure the exit of ships from Ukrainian ports and their movement to destinations as soon as Ukraine clears coastal waters. He also stated that Western countries artificially created problems by closing their ports to Russian ships, destroying the logical and financial chains.

Russia and Ukraine— one of the world's largest suppliers of wheat. In the 2021/22 season, the Russian side accounted for 16% of wheat exports in the world, the Ukrainian— 10%, follows from the data of the US Department of Agriculture. Since the start of Russia's special military operation in Ukraine, world leaders have repeatedly expressed fears about the potential shortage of food, and UN representatives spoke about this.

In mid-March, the FSB announced that on the approaches to the ports of Odessa, Ochakov, Chernomorsk and Yuzhny, the Ukrainian naval forces had placed 420 mines, which made navigation in the area and exits from the ports impossible.

Chapter European Commission Ursula von der Leyen accused Russia of using hunger and grain to gain influence in the world. In response, Russia's Permanent Representative to the UN Security Council, Vasily Nebenzya, said that the country opened a safe corridor for grain transportation in the Black Sea, but ships from the Ukrainian port in Odessa did not use it. “We are accused of not letting ships through, but we didn’t set the mines,” — he explained.

French President Emmanuel Macron warned of the risk of an “unprecedented” food crisis due to events in Ukraine and the inability to export from this country. US President Joe Biden then agreed with his French counterpart and said that “the shortage of food will be real.”

The United States and Canada offered to help in resuming the import of Ukrainian grain.

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