Zyuganov commented on the case of a Communist Party deputy suspected of pedophilia

Zyuganov: the Communist Party of the Russian Federation is investigating the situation with the deputy Samsonov, suspected of pedophilia collection of the Primorsky Territory from the party of Artyom Samsonov. This is reported by RIA Novosti. As the politician said on the air of the Komsomolskaya Pravda radio, he has not yet received material about Samsonov, but the party deputies are already understanding the situation around the Primorsky deputy. “We are investigating ourselves, we are investigating all the facts,” Zyuganov said. Samsonov was detained on Wednesday, November 17, on suspicion of committing “other acts of a sexual nature using the helpless state of the victim, committed against a person who did not reached the age of 14 “. The investigation believes that the deputy, being two years ago on the territory of a recreation center in Vladivostok, showed a dildo to an 11-year-old child and told about the purpose of

Russia warns of the threat of spreading terrorism to Afghanistan's neighbors

Nebenzya: there is a threat of the spread of terrorism and drugs to Afghanistan's neighbors activity on the territory of Afghanistan's neighboring countries. This was reported by RIA Novosti. During his speech at the UN Security Council, the diplomat noted that the coming of the Taliban to power in Afghanistan did not bring stability to the country, and new challenges were added to the old problems, primarily related to the lack of international recognition, reports TASS. Earlier, the head of the UN mission in Afghanistan, Deborah Lyons, at a meeting of the Security Council of an international organization, accused representatives of the radical Taliban movement in power in Afghanistan of inability to resist the proliferation of Islamic State militants ( IS, a terrorist organization banned in Russia) on the territory of the country. In October, Andrei Serenko, an expert at the Center for the Study of Modern Afghanistan, said that

Russian diplomat spoke about humanitarian aid to Afghanistan

Permanent Representative of the Russian Federation to the UN Nebenzya: in the near future we will provide humanitarian aid to Afghanistan Russia will send urgent humanitarian aid to Afghanistan in the near future. This was stated by the Permanent Representative of Russia to the UN Vasily Nebenzya, TASS reports. The diplomat stressed that Russia welcomes the established interaction with the local authorities and the operational actions taken by the organization in this direction. ” In turn, we are also ready to contribute to this common cause. In the near future we will send food, medicine, essential goods to Afghanistan, “Nebenzya said to the UN Security Council meeting. Earlier, Nebenzya called for unfreezing Afghanistan's financial assets to help resolve the humanitarian problems that arose in the country. According to him, the issues of poverty, poverty and food shortages in Afghanistan have not been resolved, despite “endless financial injections and foreign military

Zelensky proposed to reduce the cost of gas transit for the EU

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Nebenzya named a way to solve the socio-economic problems of Afghanistan

Nebenzya: Afghanistan's socio-economic problems will be solved by unfreezing bank accounts The Security Council meeting said that it is impossible to solve the socio-economic problems of Afghanistan without unfreezing Afghan state reserves in Western banks through international financial institutions. His words are quoted by RIA Novosti In his opinion, this is the only way that can help resolve the crisis that has developed in the country after representatives of the radical Taliban ( a terrorist organization banned in Russia ) came to power. “ We are compelled to state: no matter how now assistance is being increased through the OCHA (Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs, – comment of Lenta.ru ), fund programs, without unfreezing funds through international financial institutions, socio-economic Afghanistan's problems will not be resolved, “Nebenzya stressed. Nebenzya also noted that Russia is in favor of the early convening of an international donor conference under the auspices

День в истории: 18 ноября

Официальный день рождения Деда Мороза 18 ноября в России официально празднуют День рождения Деда Мороза. Именно в этот день на его вотчине — в Великом Устюге — в свои права вступает настоящая зима, и ударяют морозы. Считается, что «литературный» русский Дед Мороз впервые появился на страницах книг в 1840 году в «Детских сказках дедушки Иринея» Владимира Одоевского. В них зимний волшебник именовался Мороз Иванович. 1842: Указ о построении первого постоянного моста через Неву 18 ноября 1842 года издали указ о построении Благовещенского моста (с 1855 по 1918 г. — Николаевский мост, с 1918 по 2007 г. — мост Лейтенанта Шмидта). Он соединяет между собой Васильевский и 2-й Адмиралтейский острова. На сегодняшний день это единственный мост на Неве, фундамент которого выполнен из деревянных свай. В 1990 году перильное ограждение, фонари и павильоны моста были включены в список объектов культурного наследия России регионального значения, находятся под охраной государства. 1920: в Советской России впервые в мире легализованы аборты 18 ноября 1920 совместным постановлением Наркомздрава РСФСР и Наркомюста РСФСР «Об искусственном прерывании беременности» впервые в мире были легализованы аборты. До того времени аборт в России являлся преступлением, а в XVII веке за искусственное прерывание беременности применяли смертную казнь. Однако

In the United States, the criterion for the success of the Russian Su-75 was designated

The National Interest: the success of the Su-75 fighter depends on its use by Russia itself LTS), known as Checkmate (“Checkmate”) and the Su-75, depends on its use by the armed forces of Russia itself. The criterion for the success of the new fighter was outlined by the American magazine The National Interest. The publication says that the LTS is “a compromise that allows you to squeeze the maximum out of the basic functions of stealth to create an affordable basic design.” In particular, the publication recalls that the cost (about $ 30 million) of the Su-75 is cheaper than the American F-35 Lightning II. The publication writes that Checkmate was initially oriented towards export, and the first country to produce it buy, can become the UAE. “Pilots from the Middle East, Latin America, India and other countries were shown in advertising materials [Su-75], possibly for marketing purposes,” the magazine

Missing champion tennis player denies allegations of violence against politician

CGTN: Tennis player Shuai said she did not accuse Chinese politician Gaoli of raping Chinese state news channel CGTN local tennis player Peng Shuai allegedly sent the head of the Women's Tennis Association (WTA) Steve Simon. The athlete stated that she had not disappeared and had been at home all this time. She denied the information that appeared on the WTA website. It said that Shuai accused the former Vice Premier of China Zhang Gaoli of rape. The tennis player asked the organization not to release news from now on without her consent. On November 3, Shuai filed charges against Gaoli on the Chinese social network Weibo. According to the tennis player, the first time a politician forced her to have sexual intercourse ten years ago, after which they did not see each other for a long time. In 2018, Gaoli invited Shuai to play tennis with him and forced

Mironov saw no reason to preserve Rashkin's immunity

Sergei Mironov: there are no grounds for preserving the immunity of Deputy Rashkin to preserve the immunity of the deputy from the Communist Party of the Russian Federation, Valery Rashkin, who was detained in the Saratov region on suspicion of illegal hunting. This is reported by RIA Novosti. “In this case, the case does not concern the deputy activities of Valery Rashkin, and there are no grounds for maintaining immunity. If such evidence is presented, we are ready to change our decision and vote for the preservation of parliamentary immunity, “Mironov believes. Earlier, the chairman of the lower house of parliament, Vyacheslav Volodin, said that the State Duma would convene a meeting on the Rashkin case after an appeal from the prosecutor general. He stressed that if the Prosecutor General applies to bring the deputy to justice, the State Duma will not postpone the discussion of the issue. On the

Russia underestimated its own forests

BCG: Russia can become a leader in the fight against climate change due to large forest reserves The real ability of Russian forests to absorb greenhouse gases at the level of 1.8-2.2 billion tons of CO2-equivalent per year – three times more than the current figure. This is stated in the report of The Boston Consulting Group (BCG), which came to the disposal of Lenta.ru. According to the company, Russia owns 20-40 percent of the value of the world's forests, thanks to which the country can become a leader in the fight against climate change. Their cost is estimated at $ 4-17 trillion, which is comparable to the cost of the country's oil reserves. Experts, referring to the Accounts Chamber, noted that information on 84.4 percent of the country's land plots in 2020 was unreliable – it did not take into account 9 percent of the area and 39 percent