Poroshenko fears that Russia may use kibervoyska in Ukraine

Photo: REUTERS President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko believes that Russia could use against Ukraine kibervoyska. Earlier in mass media there were messages that Russia is among five countries with the most highly developed cyberpassage. “We have seen cyber war, when the Russian kibervoyska tried to influence the outcome of elections throughout Europe, in the United States of America. We expect that they will try to make in Ukraine. I am confident that our determination and solidarity will not leave them any chances,” said Poroshenko on Monday evening in the program “Svoboda words” on ICTV channel on videovelocity from Malta. Kiev has repeatedly accused Moscow of meddling in Ukraine’s Affairs. Russia denies it and calls such accusations unacceptable. Moscow has repeatedly stated that it is not a party to domestic conflict, uninvolved in the events in Donbass and is interested in Ukraine overcame political and economic crisis. Accusations of “Russian hackers”

The Ministry of economic development implements KPI

Photo: NEWS/Alexander Kazakov First, the Ministry of economic development of the Russian agencies will apply the corporate approach to management. The plans of the Ministry to change the system of bonuses to its employees, corporate culture, and to introduce a project approach to work. All structural divisions of the Ministry will be set key performance indicators (KPI), said in a “Public Declaration of the goals and objectives of economic development of Russia in 2017”, which acquainted “Izvestia”. Another innovation that will appear in the Ministry of economic development, — electronic authentication of documents, which will significantly simplify the life of all the employees of the Ministry, said the Agency staff. Popular in world practice of corporate management of design method of working is gaining popularity in the government. First, the White house had established a project office, and “project” work began to implement in the implementation of the state programs

The head of Committee of the state Duma did not rule out the emergence of the “Ukrainian great firewall”

Leonid Levin © Stanislav Krasilnikov/TASS MOSCOW, may 16. /TASS/. The head of the Duma Committee on information policy, information technologies and communications Leonid Levin did not rule out the emergence of the “Ukrainian great firewall” (firewall – the firewall does not allow the computer to download viruses) in connection with the decree of the President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko about the blocking of access to Russian social networks “Vkontakte” and “Classmates”. The MP suggested that such measures have had a sobering impact on the Ukrainians, as well as on the countries that continue to insist that Ukraine is in the process of democratization.

The British filled the office with colored balls

The British filled the office with colored balls In British Manchester to the head of the Agency Invasion filled the office with colored balls. Video of the incident posted on YouTube channel Business Insider UK on may 11. In five days the video has been viewed over 660 times. As noted in the caption to the clip to fill the space, it took about 250 thousand balls.

Who named the most drinking country in Europe

Who named the most drinking country in Europe A world leader in alcohol consumption according for 2016 is Lithuania. On Tuesday, may 16, said the representative of the world health organization (who), Gauden Galea, reports “Interfax”. Galea said that over the past year, one resident on average drank 16 liters of alcohol. “This, according to the latest estimates, making it (Lithuania — approx. “Of the tape.ru”) the biggest drinker in Europe, as well as most drinking country in the world,” he said. In January of this year, the CPS estimated that, in comparison with 2009, the Russians began to drink less than one third. In 2017 the average per capita alcohol consumption in Russia amounted to more than 10 litres per person per year, and six years ago, everyone in the country accounted for 15 liters of alcohol. In February 2016, experts Euromonitor has published a rating of the most

Russian human rights activists prevent “trolls”

Russian human rights activists prevent “trolls” The international organization Amnesty international (AI) presented a report on the situation of human rights defenders in the world. The authors of the report note the activity “paid trolls” who spread false information to discredit human rights defenders and journalists in Russia. The organization’s representative believes that the situation in Russia is deteriorating every year. The attention of Amnesty International attracted the amendments clarifying the definition of “political activity” and the law “On noncommercial organizations”. As AI believes, because of these amendments, many organizations in Russia have to refuse foreign funding in order not to get into the list of so-called foreign agents. Media Manager Amnesty International Alexander Artemyev noted that the situation in Russia is “getting worse every year.” “On the organization imposed a lot of restrictions. Under the law came many of the organizations that were not fall within its ambit. For

The Verkhovna Rada has banned the use of St. George ribbons in Ukraine

The Verkhovna Rada has banned the use of St. George ribbons in Ukraine KIEV, may 16. /TASS/. The Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine has banned the use of the ribbons, setting for this administrative punishment. For a decision voted 238 deputies from 226 necessary. “This law provides for administrative fines for wearing the so-called St. George ribbons during mass events”, — said the author of the bill, MP from the faction “people’s front” Anton Gerashchenko, speaking from the rostrum of Parliament. He explained that the way the Ukrainian Parliament opposes “the Russian aggression on Ukraine”, as it believes the St. George’s ribbon its symbol. Administrative punishment would not apply to veterans of the great Patriotic war, in awards where there are elements of ribbons, as well as museums. Under the new law, the punishment for a public demonstration of the St. George ribbon on Ukraine will include a fine from UAH

Zakharova called the decision of Parliament to ban St. George ribbon anti-democratic

Zakharova called the decision of Parliament to ban St. George ribbon anti-democratic MOSCOW, may 16. /TASS/. The decision of the Verkhovna Rada to ban St. George ribbon on Ukraine is anti-democratic and ahistorical. This was stated by the official representative of Russian foreign Ministry Maria Zakharova. “Seriously, the decision anti-democratic and anti-historical, questioning the basic possibility of any unification of the country, he wrote on his page in Facebook. — But, interestingly, next year Ukraine will celebrate Victory Day and to the March of the Immortal regiment?”. “Contest ended — that the Kiev regime and suffered, — said Zakharov. — To solve these problems neither strength nor will not. And repainting tigers money now and then.”

The Kiev regime is building an authoritarian state, said the Russian foreign Ministry

The Kiev regime is building an authoritarian state, said the Russian foreign Ministry MOSCOW, may 16 — RIA Novosti. Fearing the slightest sign of dissent, the regime in Kiev is moving to build an authoritarian state where freedom of speech and access to information is severely limited, said in a commentary the Russian foreign Ministry in connection with new anti-Russian sanctions from the Ukrainian side. President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko on Tuesday approved the NSDC decision on the extension and expansion of the list of natural and legal persons of the Russian Federation, in respect of which the sanctions. The extended list included 1228 physical and legal entities. 468 In particular, Ukraine has imposed sanctions against a number of Russian media in the country have also banned access to social networks “Vkontakte” and “Classmates”. In addition, restrictive measures were imposed against companies including “1C”, “Eurocopter” — the owner of the