Gift bag. What is included in the set for mobilized in Moscow

Plot Partial mobilization in Russia correspondents visited a temporary mobilization center deployed in the Museum of Moscow, talked to the military commissar and guys who will soon leave for a military unit.

Military Commissar of the Zamoskvoretsky District of the Central Administrative District Alexey Buyanov:

“These gift sets from the government of Moscow are in clothing warehouses of mobilization points throughout the capital. The kit includes everything you need. Even if the partial mobilization took the guy by surprise, he leaves us fully equipped (the size range is presented in full). In addition, we give everyone dry rations so that the mobilized are fed for the time of the road to the military unit and registration in the unit. I want to emphasize that this is a gift from the government of Moscow, and at the meeting point of personnel in the military unit everyone will receive a basic list of things according to the norms of the Ministry of Defense — from a needle and thread to outerwear».

While the military commissar talks about the city recruitment and emphasizes that the backpack is not standard, but increased, literally a couple of meters from us youth receive the same sets for young people. Clothes and shoes are tried on here. Some people stay in issued suits and give civilian clothes to their relatives, others carefully put things in a new backpack and go again to their relatives.

25- summerAleksey V. shows her mother the duffel bag she just received, she meticulously examines it, but does not look inside. «Normal things — Alex told us. — They definitely won't be superfluous, I speak as a person who has served. Winter camouflage is especially pleasing. You can't have a lot of clothes.

27—year-old Andrei S. shows how berets and summer camouflage suit sit on it. “Such a suit is also called“ figure ”, this is not military equipment, but as as a spare set it will work great. For some reason, my wife insisted that I come to the mobilization point “like a parade”, now I will give her civilian things back, why should carry them back and forth. And dry rations — good bonus. I'm always ready to eat».

The dry ration, which is definitely enough for the road, contains soft buns, Tula gingerbread, sausage, juice, water, a portion of rice porridge with meat, cheese, a chocolate bar, disposable cutlery and a plate. By the way, while young people are at the mobilization point, they can have a free snack in the buffet and in the canteen, where hot meals are organized. The tables are not empty, the young body requires replenishment of energy. It should be noted that all the young people we saw at the point at the Museum of Moscow looked very collected and calm". The most common answer to  — “What was the first thought that came into your head when the summons came?” was like this: “It’s necessary, then it’s necessary.”

What does the mobilized get from the city?

  • Oversized duffel bag
  • Winter berets
  • Winter camouflage suit
  • Summer camouflage suit
  • Socks
  • Thermal underwear
  • Pant set
  • T-shirt
  • Toile bag
  • Paper handkerchiefs
  • Shaving kit
  • Earplugs
  • Quit buds and pads
  • >

  • Comb
  • Soap
  • Paste
  • Brush
  • Antibacterial hand gel
  • Shampoo
  • Shower gel
  • Sleep mask
  • Wet wipes
  • Disposable cups


“There are many volunteers.” Reportage of a temporary mobilization point in Moscow

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The Museum of Moscow was crowded last Monday: from the morning of September 26 there was a temporary mobilization point for three military enlistment offices — Krasnoselsky, Tverskoy and Zamoskvoretsky.

Everything is harsh at the entrance: only those who came according to the agenda are allowed inside through the metal detector. Relatives and friends can wait in the patio. Inside — several rows of metal chairs — such as in any of waiting rooms, in front of them — TV on tripod. On the screen is the film "Station for Two".

The armchairs are free: there are about two dozen waiting men with backpacks and sports bags. Someone is talking with neighbors, someone is looking at the screen of a smartphone, someone is watching the complex relationship between Vera and Plato.

Slightly to the side — entrance to buffet. The girls at the counter explain that they feed everyone: both the mobilized and the military registration and enlistment office staff. There are no gourmet dishes, but and not fast food. According to their said, there were already quite a few volunteers in the first half of the day. Colonel running past — a 50 years old man with a thick cap of gray hair — confirms: “Volunteers?! Yes, there a lot of them!"

— Krasnoselsky who else?! — a low but distinct voice comes from the waiting room. Several people raise their hands. The officer assigns the order, invites the first to pass.

The impressive hall for paperwork has no windows. Three rows of tables set with the letter "P", on each straight —  a dozen jobs: officers in camouflage, female assistants — on the one hand, mobilized — with another. The tables are filled with computers, piled with papers. Work is in full swing.

In the room next  — social workers. If the person who arrived on the summons has reasons for delay, then they are sent here. Information about  children (elderly relatives requiring care) or other good reasons is specified instantly: within 20 minutes, an answer is ready. However, social workers act only in the role of experts, the final decision is made by the military commissar. According to the head of the social service, approximately 5% of everyone who arrives on mobilization passes through them. Sometimes a person receives a summons while on sick leave. Such people simply ask for a delay until the closing of the bulletin in the polyclinic. And there are also those who need the help of a psychologist.

There is also a medical board. But  the excitement is not observed there. As one of the mobilized people explained, he has no health problems, he is ready to serve. Why does it need additional checks?

In  the final waiting room, we sit down to a young guy with a neatly trimmed beard, he waits to be sent not alone. Next to the wife. He explains that when all the documents were completed, he asked to let her go to him. The employees of the mobile point reacted with understanding. And now the family is waiting for the officers to announce the loading.

There is also a small buffet next to it. The girl, pouring drinks from thermoses and distributing pies, says that all this was provided by a cafe that constantly works in the museum building. Another mobilized, receiving a glass of hot black coffee, says that he has a quite successful life. But behind   — service in the army. So he can cannot afford to ignore the call.

…The blue bus has already warmed up the engine. It's time to go, picking up backpacks, the men set off for the exit.

And mobilization continues.

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Moscow refused to name the deadlines for the completion of mobilization

Information about the end of mobilization activities in Moscow is not subject to disclosure, the military commissariat of the capital said. They assured that the mobilization in Moscow was taking place without “special social tension”

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The timing of the completion of mobilization activities in Moscow will not be disclosed, as they relate to information of limited access. This, according to TASS, was stated by Deputy Military Commissar of Moscow Colonel Maxim Loktev.

“A plan has been drawn up to send [mobilized] to the Russian Armed Forces. We are currently shipping as planned, no backlogs. We plan to complete [mobilization activities] on time, without disruption. I can’t name the dates, this is a limited mix, & mdash; said the deputy military commissar.

According to Loktev, mobilization in the capital is proceeding without much social tension.

“Russia has always been famous for its large number of patriots. This is confirmed by the fact that we sent a large number of citizens to participate in a special military operation before the announcement of partial mobilization. People came voluntarily. Now many citizens also come voluntarily to the military commissariats, without waiting for summons, — the colonel explained.

On September 25, the head of Crimea, Sergei Aksyonov, announced that mobilization activities in the region would be completed by the end of the day. “Today, before the end of the day, mobilization activities in Crimea will be completed. Crimean volunteers who stood up for the Fatherland deserve special pride and respect, — It was stated in his message.

It followed from Aksenov's words that the region had fulfilled the mobilization plan in full, the authorities did not name the number of conscripts.

The head of Yakutia, Aisen Nikolaev, said on September 26 that partial mobilization in the region should be completed by Thursday, September 29. “There is confidence that somewhere on Wednesday-Thursday we will basically complete partial mobilization activities throughout the territory of the republic. There are a number of districts for which the plan for partial mobilization has already been completed, and no one is called up from there any more,— he said.

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Chechen leader Ramzan Kadyrov said that the conscription plan in the republic was “overfulfilled by 254%”, such indicators were achieved due to the formation of new units of the Ministry of Defense. “All candidates for service went through the military commissariat. We worked out this mechanism from the very beginning, even before the announcement of partial mobilization,— said the head of Chechnya.

In addition, Kadyrov added, there is a reserve of thousands of volunteers in Chechnya, “who, if necessary, will be able to join the ranks of the defenders of the Fatherland.” “Residents did not even suspect that such questions might arise, but we have already decided everything,” — he wrote.

Chechnya's military commissar Turpal-Ali Yessimbiev said that partial mobilization would not affect the republic, since it had already carried out the necessary measures, which “were carried out in advance and in triple volume.”

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The forecaster told what the weather will be like in Moscow next week

The cyclone, which brought two days of rain to Moscow, is gradually leaving. It will be replaced by a high pressure anticyclone. This was reported to RT by the deputy head of the situational center of Roshydromet. Anatoly Tsygankov.

The arrival of the anticyclone is expected by the beginning of next month. Until the end of September it will be cloudy in the capital. In the first half of the week, until September 28, light rain is possible. No precipitation is expected on Thursday-Friday.

According to the weatherman, on Monday-Tuesday it will be 5-7 degrees above zero at night, in the afternoon – 10-13. On Wednesday-Friday, the air temperature is expected to be 5-10 degrees at night, 9-14 in the daytime. The wind will be western and northwestern, by Saturday the direction will change to the southeast.

Earlier, residents of Moscow and the Moscow region were warned about the orange level of weather danger in the region due to heavy rain.

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Who is last? In the military registration and enlistment offices of Moscow, there are queues of conscripts with combat experience

Police officers are on duty at the entrance to the Izmailovsky military registration and enlistment office in Moscow. Part — in form and with automatic machines. Some — in civil. Everyone is obviously tense. Not because young and daring conscripts can be kinky and fool around, as happens when conscripts are sent to service. Today, the nervousness of the police is different. It would be more correct to call it “alertness”.

One of the  policemen, a short, strong man with short-cropped blond hair, explains to that people should not be photographed. Citizens are sent to the war zone, so it is not necessary to simplify the task of the enemy. We live now in a world that is too transparent in terms of information.

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The Russian Guard patrol, which is on duty here, is equipped no worse than the police. Employees explain that they are constantly on duty at the military registration and enlistment office. Crews change, but surveillance is carried out around the clock.

The tired military commissar confirms that in recent days his employees have no such thing as “working hours”. Military enlistment office during during mobilization — This is a 24/7 facility. Therefore, there can only be a short break, when one team of mobilized people is formed and, having plunged into the PAZ-ik, leaves the yard of the military registration and enlistment office.

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However, it would be difficult to call it a break. It will just become a little simpler: the mobilized will leave, the mourners will disperse. The mobilized and their relatives look much calmer than the police and commissioning office. Young guys, obviously not wasting the rest of the “citizen” day joke. One of the those who have already loaded the bus with things, holds out his hand through the window. The comrades pass him a pack of cigarettes.

— Brother, you look for me a place there! — yells one of them to the one on the bus. — Just agree in advance that the bunk is on the bottom.

It is difficult to pass through the crowd of mourners crowded around the bus. There are five-six-seven friends and relatives for every mobilized. There are no sobbing women, however, and it’s also impossible to notice the joy on the faces. Most of them are serious, talking to each other without raising their voices.

They don't take everyone. An acquaintance of the military commissar explains to the guy: “I repeat to you, young man, you are not suitable for health reasons.” It is not possible to ask the one who received the refusal. The guy just waves his hand in disappointment and, turning around, walks away, hunching his shoulders.

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A young woman, a representative of the prefecture, who is present at the paperwork, says that not all of those mobilized were summoned by the agenda. The number of volunteers is impressive.

A small corridor where they are waiting for paperwork is packed to capacity. Some of the people are standing on the stairs.

There is noise on the street: a group of mobilized people has been formed, it's time to leave.

— Russia! Russia! — Engine noise drowns out the coordinated chant. Crackling into gear, PAZ-ik slowly floats through the crowd. After seeing him off until the turn, the mourners begin to disperse: some to the cars, some to the metro.

However, not everyone disperses. Several groups remain under the trees next to the military registration and enlistment office. Young guys with packed backpacks over shoulders smoke quietly, talk with comrades and relatives.

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What happened over the past seven months in Russia and the world – in RBC infographics

Special military operation

September 23 in the DPR , LPR, Zaporozhye and Kherson regions began referendums on joining Russia. They will last until September 27.

September 22The Ministry of Defense reported on the exchange of prisoners held the day before, as a result of which 55 Russian soldiers returned. According to the head of the DPR, Denis Pushilin, 215 people were handed over to Ukraine, and Russia— 56, including Ukrainian opposition politician Viktor Medvedchuk. According to Kyiv, among those who returned to Ukraine, the commanders of the Azov battalion (recognized as a terrorist organization in Russia and banned).

September 21 Vladimir Putin announced a partial mobilization. Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu explained that the mobilization will affect a little more than 1% of the total mobilization resource— 300 thousand reservists.

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September 15 The European Commission reported that about 5 million refugees returned to Ukraine.

September 10 The Ministry of Defense announced a regrouping in the Balakleya and Izyum regions “to step up efforts in the Donetsk direction.”

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China advocated negotiations between Moscow and Kyiv without preconditions

The Chinese Foreign Ministry said that Beijing will not “sit idly by” on the conflict in Ukraine. Wang Yi also noted that Beijing is not going to “add fuel to the fire.” China supports the European Union and major European countries in their efforts to achieve peace

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Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi called on the parties to the conflict in Ukraine to resume dialogue and negotiations to resolve the situation without preconditions. He stated this at a meeting of the UN Security Council on the situation in Ukraine.

“Above all, we must adhere to dialogue and negotiations. The main priority for the parties is the resumption of dialogue without preconditions, — said the diplomat. He also called on both sides to discuss feasible options as one of the conditions for ending the conflict.

Wang Yi also met with the head of European diplomacy, Josep Borrell. The report on this meeting is published on the website of the Chinese Foreign Ministry. Wang Yi said that the situation in Ukraine shows an expanding and long-term trend, and the negative side effects are becoming more and more serious, and this does not suit China.

“It is extremely important to cease fire and stop. <…> China will not sit idly by, let alone add fuel to the fire, and will continue to play its part. At the same time, we support the European Union and major European countries in continuing to actively mediate and make every effort to achieve peace,— said Wang Yi.

Following President Vladimir Putin's September 21 address announcing partial mobilization, Beijing also called on the parties to dialogue.

“Calling on all parties for dialogue and consultations to end hostilities and find ways to address the legitimate security concerns of all parties,” Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Wang Wenbin said.

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He clarified that China supports all measures to resolve the conflict in Ukraine, calls for respect for the sovereignty and territorial integrity of all countries, upholding the purposes and principles of the UN Charter, and in once again called for a peaceful settlement of the conflict in Ukraine.

After a meeting in New York with Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov, Wang Yi said that no one can deprive Russia of the important role it plays in the UN. “Although the United Nations is located in the United States, the United Nations itself belongs to all of us. Russia— a permanent member of the Security Council and should continue to play its important role in the UN. No one can deprive Russia of this right,»,— said Wang Yi.

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Ben Salman announced his readiness to become an intermediary between Moscow and Kyiv

This is not the first time the Saudi crown prince has offered mediation to the parties to the conflict in Ukraine. One of his first proposals was made a few days after the start of the military operation

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The Crown Prince of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, Mohammed bin Salman al Saud, in a telephone conversation with President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky, announced his readiness to mediate in negotiations between the parties to the conflict, Al Arabia reports.

«The Crown Prince confirmed the interest of the kingdom in supporting all international efforts aimed at a political solution to the crisis, and stressed the continuation of efforts to help mitigate the humanitarian consequences, — the publication says.

The President of Ukraine thanked the Crown Prince for his participation in the recently completed prisoner exchange operation. Through the mediation of bin Salman, Russia released ten foreigners taken prisoner during the hostilities in Ukraine.

Among those released were five British citizens, two Americans , Moroccan, Swede and Croatian. The plane with the former prisoners landed in Saudi Arabia. The Saudi Foreign Ministry said in a statement that Riyadh commended Russia and Ukraine for their response to Prince bin Salman's efforts to free prisoners of war.

This is not bin Salman's first offer to mediate in the crisis in Ukraine. On March 3, the Saudi Arabian Embassy in the United States reported that in a telephone conversation with Zelensky, the Crown Prince offered the President of Ukraine his mediation services in resolving the conflict. Bin Salman's conversation with Zelensky took place after a conversation with Russian President Vladimir Putin about the situation in the oil markets.



Security consultations with Belarus begin in Moscow

Representatives of the Security Councils, ministries and other departments of the two countries are participating in the consultations. A meeting of the Secretaries of the Security Council of Russia and Belarus is also scheduled for Wednesday

Rashid Nurgaliyev

Russian-Belarusian security consultations are held in Moscow, RIA Novosti reports. with reference to the message of the press service of the apparatus of the Security Council of Russia.

The talks are attended by Deputy Secretary of the Russian Security Council Rashid Nurgaliyev and Deputy State Secretary of the Belarusian Security Council Alexander Neverovsky, as well as representatives of ministries and departments of both countries.

On September 19, the meeting was announced by Minsk. “Such events are held annually, they cover the widest possible agenda in the field of security and are aimed at comprehensively strengthening the strategic partnership between Belarus and Russia,” — reported in the State Secretariat of the Belarusian Security Council.

On Wednesday, the meeting of the heads of the Security Councils of the two countries, Alexander Volfovich and Nikolai Patrushev, will also take place. The last time they met was in August. Then Volfovich and Patrushev discussed ensuring security “in the context of the aggressive policy of NATO and the hybrid war unleashed by the West against Russia and Belarus.” They exchanged views on the situation in Ukraine and announced the threat to European and global nuclear security from “deliberate provocations”; Kyiv in relation to nuclear facilities.

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Mercy without falsehood. How Moscow develops civil society

Weekly “Argumenty i Fakty” No. 38. Heating reason 21/09/2022

Moscow is actively developing civil society, involving more and more people in socially active activities aimed at helping others who find themselves in difficult life circumstances.

For example, many who were lucky enough to earn points in the recent promotion #ChooseTogether2022, they continue to transfer winnings to good deeds.

Unique service

There is no doubt that many will give money to charity – Muscovites have a generous soul. The winners of the previous four campaigns donated more than 98 million rubles to charitable foundations. In addition, 60 charitable organizations are not deprived of the attention of the residents of the capital, whose budget is replenished by caring citizens through a specialized service on mos.­ru. “Since the launch of this unique service, portal users have already sent more than 30 million rubles, making 89 thousand donations,” – notesYevgeny Kozlov, 1st Deputy Head of the Office of the Mayor and the Government of Moscow.

The funds donated to take care of children and adults with various rare diseases and developmental disabilities, large families, veterans, and the homeless. And the funds have already helped many. For example, the little wards of the Children-Butterflies Foundation and people with mental disabilities, who are taken care of by the Unity Foundation, helping to master crafts in special workshops.

How to become needed?

Residents are touched by the fate of the victims in the Donetsk and Lugansk People's Republics, and in 12 headquarters of the action “Moscow Helps” clothes, food, essentials are transferred to those who were forced to leave the house. Since the beginning of the operation of the headquarters, 900 tons of humanitarian aid have been sent to refugees. By the way, now they accept not only new, but also used things. They must be in good condition and dry-cleaned. Details will be announced at the hotline: +7 (499) 170-02-25.

A huge number of Muscovites sincerely want to be needed. Every day volunteers from the capital give their time, energy and warmth. And these are real examples of people's interaction within civil society. Let's say the volunteers of the Mos Volunteer on a permanent basis help disabled people go in for sports and take part in competitions. Volunteer Olga Novosyolova strives to ensure that any person can experience moments of happiness at the finish line, so at the “Without Borders” race a woman fled with a blind Mikhail.The man managed to confidently overcome the 5 km distance, holding on to a special rope – paraligament. Increasingly popular is gaining “silver” volunteering. Residents over 55 lead city tours, collect humanitarian aid to victims in the Donbass, their presence is invaluable at sports, patriotic and cultural events. Come, you will be taught everything. “Already now, more than 1.1 thousand citizens are participants in the“ silver ” volunteering and implement useful initiatives, – recognized director of the Mosvolonter resource center Alexander Levit.

As part of City Day, the City of Caring festival was held in Gorky Park, guests were introduced to the full range of work of Moscow volunteers. In many Muscovites, that holiday gave rise to a desire to become volunteers. For example, zoo volunteers. They help homeless cats and dogs find loving owners. By the way, in 13 city shelters – 16 thousand furry inhabitants.

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Referendums in the DPR, LPR, Kherson and Zaporozhye regions. The main thing

The Republic of Donbass, as well as the authorities of the Kherson and Zaporozhye regions controlled by the Russian military, announced their intention to hold referendums on joining Russia. The main thing about referendums is in the RBC material

The authorities of the DPR, LPR and Russian-controlled territories of Kherson and Zaporozhye regions simultaneously announced the holding of referendums on joining Russia. This was done synchronously and very quickly: less than a day passed from the appearance of the first messages about requests to organize such a vote to the reaction of the authorities, and decisions on the timing and methods of holding referendums— about three hours.

Vote announcement

  • On September 19, the Public Chamber of the LPR addressed the head of the region, Leonid Pasechnik, and the People's Council (parliament) with the initiative to immediately hold a referendum on joining Russia. On the same day, the Public Chamber of the Donetsk People's Republic prepared a similar appeal to the head of the DPR, Denis Pushilin, and the People's Council of the Republic. Pushilin suggested that Pasechnik begin joint preparations for referendums, that is, “join the efforts of the administrations of the heads of the republics and the apparatus of parliaments.”
  • The next day, the public movement “We are together with Russia” asked the head of the military-civilian administration (MAC) of the Zaporozhye region, Yevgeny Balitsky, to also hold a referendum on joining the territory to Russia as soon as possible. At that time, a congress was held in Melitopol (located in the south of the region), at which the issue of holding a plebiscite was discussed.
  • Balitsky said in response that a referendum on the accession of the Zaporozhye region to Russia will be held from September 23 to 27, about which he signed a corresponding decree. At the same time, the CAA of the region noted that the referendum would be held only in the territories controlled by Russia.
  • Vladimir Rogov, a member of the CAA of the Zaporozhye region, said that the authorities plan to declare independence and become part of Russia within their administrative borders.
  • On September 20, the People's Council of the LPR appointed a referendum on joining Russia for the period from September 23 to 27, 2022. The same dates were chosen for the referendum in the DPR.
  • Deputies of both republics unanimously adopted laws on holding referendums.
  • September 20, a referendum was proposed to be held in the Kherson region. The head of the regional CAA, Vladimir Saldo, announced that he had signed a decree on holding a vote simultaneously with a referendum in the DPR and LPR— also from 23 to 27 September.
  • The balance asked Vladimir Putin to support the decision of the inhabitants of the region in a referendum on joining Russia. “On behalf of the public and residents of the Kherson region, realizing the centuries-old historical and inextricable connection with the multinational people of the Russian Federation, in order to determine the international legal personality, we ask you, dear Vladimir Vladimirovich, when making a decision at a referendum, support the choice of the residents of the Kherson region on self-determination and entry into composition of the Russian Federation»,— says in the appeal of the Balance to Putin.
  • The head of the DPR, Pushilin, asked Vladimir Putin in the middle of the day on September 20 that the republic, after the referendum on joining Russia on September 23 & ndash; 27, be “as soon as possible” included in the Federation with a positive outcome of the vote.
  • The head of the LPR, Pasechnik, said that he would send an appeal to Russian President Vladimir Putin with a request to accept the republic as part of Russia as soon as possible based on the results of the vote. According to him, in this matter “you can not delay” and “there is no turning back.”


What we know about the referendums

  • In all regions, voting will take place simultaneously and will continue for five days— from 23 to 27 September. Of these five days, four voting will be held at the place of residence and in public places, that is, outside the polling stations. One more day will be allotted for those who would like to vote “at the polling station in the usual way.” As Pushilin stated, in the DPR this is due to the observance of security measures.
  • In the DPR the question for the voting ballot was formulated as follows: “Supporters of the DPR joining the RF as a constituent entity of the Russian Federation?»
  • In LPR the question will sound like this: “Are you in favor of the LPR joining the Russian Federation as a constituent entity of the Russian Federation?”
  • < li>Bulletin in Kherson regionwill contain the question: “Are you in favor of secession of the region from Ukraine, the formation of the Kherson region as an independent state and its entry into the Russian Federation as a constituent entity of the Russian Federation?”

  • In Zaporozhye region formulated the question as follows: “Are you in favor of secession of the Zaporozhye region from Ukraine, formation of an independent state by the Zaporozhye region and its entry into the Russian Federation as a subject of the Russian Federation?” It will be duplicated in Ukrainian.

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  • In the Zaporozhye region, during the referendum, citizens will be by-addressed, “teams” will go to the addresses; consisting of CEC members and police officers who will invite residents to vote. The head of the region's CAA, Yevgeny Balitsky, also explained this with security considerations. Those who cannot vote under the conditions of door-to-door bypass will be able to vote in person at polling stations on September 27, he added.
  • Volodymyr Rogov, a member of the State Administration of the Zaporizhia region, explained in his telegram channel how the referendum would be held: on September 23-26, it will be possible to vote at home, from 08:00 to 20:00, on September 27— at polling stations from 08:00 to 16:00. In total, 394 polling stations were created in the Russian-controlled part of the region, 85 were organized outside of it: in Russia, the Kherson region, the DPR and the LPR. More than 500,000 people are expected to take part in the voting. The CAA announced that it was ready to vote: technological equipment, portable and stationary ballot boxes, booths to ensure the secrecy of voting, safes for documentation and printing of election commissions were purchased.

The Russian military controls the southern and central parts of the region, including the cities of Melitopol and Energodar, where Europe's largest nuclear power plant is located. The regional center of Zaporozhye remains under the control of Kyiv.

  • There will be no electronic voting. This was stated by Pushilin and Balitsky. According to the head of the DPR, they decided not to use this method, given the short time for training and the level of technical equipment. According to him, citizens will vote “at their places of residence, in public places”, that is, outside the polling stations, only one day will be allotted for voting at the polling stations. Balitsky noted that his region is “not ready” to electronic voting.
  • Deputy Chairman of the Central Election Commission of Russia Nikolai Bulaev said that the use of the Russian method of remote electronic voting (DEV) in the DPR and LPR was not “correct” because the DEG “is the property of another state.”< /li>
  • Bulaev also said that Russian CEC observers could take part in the referenda.
  • The CEC also organizes polling stations in Russia for referendums in the DPR, LPR, Zaporozhye and Kherson regions, Bulaev noted.
  • In the DPR, if it joins Russia, the Constitution will be adapted to the laws of the country, but the flag of the republic will not change, said Pushilin. He believes that this option “would be fair.”
  • Leonid Pasechnik announced holidays in schools and colleges of the LPR from September 22 to 28 in connection with the referendum on joining Russia. September 27 is declared a day off in the republic.

What they say in Moscow and Kyiv

  • Deputy head of the Security Council of Russia Dmitry Medvedev called the referendums in the territory of Donbass and other “liberated territories” necessary for the restoration of historical justice. “They [referendums] completely change the vector of Russia's development for decades. And not only our country. Since after their implementation and the acceptance of new territories into Russia, the geopolitical transformation in the world will become irreversible,— wrote Medvedev.
  • Speaker of the State Duma Vyacheslav Volodin promised that the House would support the decision to join the DPR and LPR to Russia, if it is adopted. According to him, Moscow expects free expression of will from the inhabitants of the republics.
  • Secretary of the General Council of “United Russia” Andrei Turchak said that a referendum on the annexation of Donbass and other regions controlled by Russia is long overdue and the status of these territories must be legally fixed. «De facto Donbass and liberated territories— already Russia»,— Turchak is quoted by the press service of the party in the Telegram.
  • Ukrainian Foreign Minister Dmitry Kuleba said that referendums on joining Russia in the DPR, LPR, Zaporozhye and Kherson regions would not change anything for Kyiv. “Ukraine has every right to liberate its territories and will liberate them, no matter what they say in Russia,” — wrote Kuleba on Twitter.
  • Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky spoke with his Turkish counterpart Recep Tayyip Erdogan following the referendum announcements. “Discussed Current Security Issues,” — wrote Zelensky on Twitter.

Kyiv, commenting on the plans of the military-civilian administrations to hold referendums on joining Russia, said that their organization would be the basis for Ukraine to withdraw from negotiations on the settlement of the conflict with Russia. In early September, Deputy Prime Minister of Ukraine Irina Vereshchuk announced that Ukrainians would face a prison term for participating in referendums. “If collaboration is proven, or, for example, participation in a referendum, or inducement to participate in a referendum, then people can get up to 12 years with confiscation,” — she said.

International reaction

  • The first foreign leader to respond to the initiative to vote was German Chancellor Olaf Scholz. He stated that holding referendums on the territory of the DPR, LPR, Kherson and Zaporozhye regions is contrary to international law and Germany does not recognize them.
  • French President Emmanuel Macron said that referendums in the Donbass and other regions “will not have legal consequences” and called them a “parody”. “If the idea of ​​referendums weren't so tragic, it would be funny,” — Reuters quotes him as saying.
  • The White House said the United States will never recognize Russian claims to any parts of Ukraine.
  • NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg called “fictitious” referendums on joining Russia in the DPR, LPR, Zaporozhye and Kherson regions. According to him, they “have no legitimacy.” “The international community must condemn this egregious violation of international law and step up support for Ukraine,” wrote Stoltenberg on Twitter.
  • The head of European diplomacy, Josep Borrell, called on the EU to introduce new sanctions against Russia in connection with the holding of referendums in the Donbass and other territories.
  • Polish President Andrzej Duda said that voting in these territories “is worthless”, and Estonian Prime Minister Kaja Kallas also pointed out that Tallinn does not recognize the results of referendums.
  • “I would say that the opinion of Duda and other European talkers on the issue of referendums is worth nothing. That's exactly it, — Andrey Klishas, ​​chairman of the Federation Council Committee on Constitutional Legislation and State Building, commented on these statements.

Russian President Vladimir Putin said on September 16 that work continues to achieve the key goals of the military special operation in Ukraine, its plan to change is not subject to. “The main goal is to liberate the entire territory of Donbass. This work continues despite these counter-offensive attempts by the Ukrainian army,— said the president.

On February 24, 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. Later, he stated that Russia intends to fulfill all the goals of the operation.

In Ukraine, they called the Russian special operation an attack, introduced martial law and severed diplomatic relations with Moscow.

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A “yellow” level of weather danger has been declared in Moscow. The main thing

Fog, thunderstorms, rain and wind gusts up to 17-22 m/s are expected in Moscow on September 18 and 19. This was reported on the website of the Hydrometeorological Center. Due to bad weather in the capital declared “yellow” weather hazard level.

«Degree of intensity of hazardous phenomena: yellow – the weather is potentially dangerous, — specified in the meteorologists' report.

What will the weather be like in Moscow and the Moscow region in the next 24 hours?

Thunderstorm warning, according to the prognostic map of the Hydrometeorological Center, in Moscow and The Moscow region is valid from 17.00 September 18 until 02.00 September 19.

In addition, from 21:00 September 18 to 21:00 September 19, a warning was announced due to strong winds, forecasters say.

< p>On Sunday, September 18, it will be cloudy in the capital during the day. In some places heavy rains, thunderstorms and wind gusts from 15 (day) to 22 (night) m/s. Air temperature – 16 degrees.

On Monday, September 19, during the day, wind gusts will increase to 17 – 22 m/s. Cloudy and rainy. The air temperature during the daytime will drop to 12-14 degrees, and at night to 8-10 degrees.

How did fog affect Moscow's air traffic?

According to the Yandex.Schedule service, on September 18, about 20 flights were delayed or canceled at Vnukovo, Sheremetyevo and Domodedovo airports due to bad weather.

According to the service at 00:06, in Moscow were delayed:

  • to Vnukovo – three flights;
  • to Domodedovo – 12 flights and one canceled;
  • to Sheremetyevo – three flights and one canceled.

According to delayed at 08:50:

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  • to Vnukovo – seven flights;
  • to Sheremetyevo – three flights;
  • in Domodedovo – seven flights and one canceled.
  • According to information at 11:00 a.m. the situation at the capital's airports is as follows:

    • to Sheremetyevo – four flights delayed, one canceled;
    • to Domodedovo – nine flights delayed, one canceled;
    • to Vnukovo – three flights delayed.

    In what other regions of Russia weather forecasters announced “yellow” level of weather hazard?

    According to the Hydrometeorological Center, "yellow" The level of weather danger, in addition to Moscow and the Moscow region, has been declared in the following Russian regions:

    • Belgorod Region
    • Bryansk Region
    • Voronezh Region
    • Ivanovo Region
    • Kursk Region
    • Lipetsk Region
    • Oryol Region
    • Ryazan Region
    • Smolensk Region
    • Tambov Region
    • Tula Region

    In these regions, on September 18 and 19, worsening weather conditions are also predicted – in places thunderstorms, strong gusts of wind and rain. 

    Information sources:

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    Half of the monthly rainfall may fall in Moscow tomorrow

    In the Russian capital on September 19, half of the monthly rainfall may fall, TASS reports with reference to Roman Vilfand, scientific director of the Hydrometeorological Center of the Russian Federation.

    According to him, in a number of Moscow districts from midnight more than 30 millimeters of rain is expected before noon. At the same time, the monthly norm for the city in September is 65 millimeters.

    Vilfand noted that the bad weather was caused by an active southern cyclone. Very heavy rains are expected.

    Earlier it was reported that due to bad weather in Moscow announced “yellow” weather hazard level. Fog, thunderstorms, rain and wind gusts up to 17-22 m/s are expected.

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    Where did the mushrooms near Moscow disappear?

    Weekly “Argumenty i Fakty” No. 37. With all the consequences. What flows from the tap 09/14/2022

    After each trip to the forest for mushrooms, the baskets are half empty. Why was the year lean?

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    — Guilty hot and dry summers with extremely high temperatures and little rain, — explains Chief Researcher of All-Russian Research Institute of Vegetable Growing — branch of the Federal State Budget Scientific Institution of the Federal Scientific and Practical Center for Education, Dr. s.-x. Sciences Natalia Devochkina. — The formation of the rudiments of the fruiting bodies of mushrooms occurs only when the soil is moist, and the air temperature is not  above +15°C.

    It is interesting that scientists have proven that mycelium mushrooms have the ability to collect information about  state of the environment. This means that they will not bear fruit in an unfavorable year, endangering their lives, exhausting themselves to the limit. This summer, the mycelium had to survive in austerity mode, minimally consume precious moisture reserves, so the harvest turned out to be poor.

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    Efimov: “98 private educational organizations received lease benefits”

    1.7 billion rubles at current prices are annually saved by 98 metropolitan non-state educational organizations by renting various real estate from the city at preferential rates.

    This was announced by Deputy Mayor of Moscow for economic policy and property and land relations Vladimir Yefimov.

    «City — said the vice mayor, — supports organizations working in the field of education. So, private companies can rent premises from the city at preferential rates — from one ruble to 3.5 thousand rubles per square meter per year. Today, 98 organizations occupying more than 140 thousand sq m of premises» use this opportunity.

    Efimov also added that rental benefits are available to educational organizations of all levels — from preschool to higher. According to the official, premises for kindergartens and schools — there are 86 such beneficiaries in    Moscow                     specified the question: “Institutions of secondary vocational, higher or additional education can rent premises from” the city for “3.5” thousand rubles. rub. per square m in year from the date of receipt of the corresponding license. This benefit is used by 12 organizations renting 16,000 sq. m. Another 65 institutions with licenses for pre-school, primary, basic and secondary general education occupy more than 93 thousand sq m of premises at a rate of 1.8 thousand. rub. per“square”. The rate of one ruble per year is set for 15 organizations on 21 objects that rent 32 thousand sq. m of real estate under city program».

    ruble per 1 square meter” has been operating since 2013. According to its terms, investors at special auctions can rent premises intended for accommodating educational institutions at rates in accordance with market valuation. After it is brought into line with the requirements for educational facilities and the minimum number of places established by the conclusion of the Department of Education and Science is replaced, a transition to a preferential rate of one ruble per square meter per year takes place.

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    The work of the Morgenstern restaurant in Moscow was suspended

    In the Tverskoy Court of the capital of the Russian Federation, LLC Kaif, co-founded by rapper Alisher Morgenstern*, was found guilty of violating sanitary and epidemiological standards, TASS reports.

    The work of Morgenstern's restaurant Kaif i Tochka suspended for 90 days.

    In July, the Moscow Prosecutor's Office conducted inspections in the singer's restaurants. There was no second exit for evacuation in his establishments, and fire alarm sensors were sealed. This was the reason for the suspension of the establishment.

    Earlier, the Supreme Court of Tatarstan upheld the decision of the Naberezhnye Chelny City Court against Morgenstern, who received a fine of 100 thousand rubles for promoting drugs in videos.

    * An individual acting as a foreign agent.

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    Former deputy chairman of the government of the Penza region disappeared in Moscow

    Trokhin disappeared in Moscow on September 12. He came to the city for work and was supposed to return to Penza by train from the Kazan station, but did not take it. The last time, writes Shot, he was seen at the Aviamotornaya metro station

    Vasily Trokhin

    Former Deputy Chairman of the Government of the Penza Region Vasily Trokhin, who now heads the board of the association Council of Municipalities of the Penza Region, has disappeared in Moscow. This was reported to RBC by the press service of the LizaAlert search and rescue team.

    From February 2002 to November 2015, he headed the executive committee of the Penza branch of the United Russia party. In 2015, he became Acting Deputy Chairman of the Government of the Penza Region, and then officially moved to this position.

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    December 3, 2020, Trokhin left his post after being elected Chairman of the Board of the Association «Council of Municipalities of the Penza Region».

    In May 2021, the Minister of Health of the Omsk Region Alexander Murakhovsky disappeared in the forest. Volunteers of the Lisa Alert detachments were looking for him. and “Dobrospas”, as well as local residents. Off-road vehicles, drones and a helicopter were involved in the search. In the process, the volunteers found a missing ATV near the hunting base. The official himself was found alive two days after the loss.

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    Russia and Uzbekistan will share funds from the sale of Karimova’s apartments in Moscow

    Funds from six confiscated Moscow apartments of the daughter of the former Uzbek president Gulnara Karimova will be divided in equal shares between Uzbekistan and the Russian Federation, writes RIA Novosti.

    Deputy Minister of Justice of the Republic Muzraf Ikramov specified that Karimova's six apartments located in Moscow were confiscated. The funds received, according to the decision of the Moscow court, will be equally divided between Uzbekistan and Russia.

    Recall that in August 2015, Karimova was found guilty of extortion and tax evasion, and in December 2017 she was sentenced to 10 years in prison.

    In 2020, the court increased Gulnara Karimova's sentence to 13 years and 4 months in a new criminal case. It became known that Karimova, as part of a criminal community, committed a crime related to extortion, embezzlement of budget funds and money laundering in foreign countries.

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    Online voting system in Moscow subjected to multiple DDoS attacks

    DDoS attacks have resumed on the online voting system and the website for monitoring the progress of electronic voting in Moscow, RIA Novosti reports, citing Vadim Kovalev, head of the public headquarters for monitoring elections in the capital in 2022.

    More 10,000 similar attacks.

    On the first election day, September 9, from 6:00 Moscow time, more than 350 attempts of hacker attacks were recorded on the online voting system. Crackers attacked the DEG system by guessing passwords, but the defense successfully repelled all attempts by hackers.

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    What is known about the state of health of the wounded bear brought to Moscow?

    A polar bear wounded in Dixon is on the mend. This was reported in the press service of the Moscow Zoo. The animal began to show activity in movements and tends to move around the enclosure, choosing the most convenient and soft place. Employees of the Moscow Zoo also note an improvement in his appetite.

    Earlier, during the examination, the animal was found to have multiple gunshot wounds of different diameters — about 25-30 holes. Head of Rosprirodnadzor Svetlana Radionovawrote in her telegram channel that they were shots with buckshot.

    “After a thorough examination and computed tomography, the diagnosis of veterinarians is as follows: the bear has multiple wounds from shot, including in the head, chest cavity, soft tissues and spine. There are signs of a strong side impact: extensive myositis and broken ribs. Most likely, he was hit by a car, — wrote Radionova.

    The bear is under the constant supervision of veterinarians. Previously, he underwent CT or MRI diagnostics. As the results of the examination showed, metal was found in the chest cavity, the head and spine were hit. The doctors also identified extensive myositis — presumably from a side impact. The final verdict will be made by a neurologist on September 12, the doctor will conduct an examination and tell you what you can count on.

    What kind of help is given to the animal now?

    The bear was under anesthesia for a long time. Therefore, the operation was decided to be postponed in order to stabilize his condition. At the zoo, the bear receives antibiotics and anti-inflammatory drugs.

    Why did the bear's hind legs fail?

    The animal's hind legs are still inactive, the condition is assessed as extremely serious. One of the likely causes of paresis of the hind limbs, experts call swelling of the spinal cord.

    “If this is the case, then the prognosis for the bear’s condition will be better than if a bullet is found in his spine. Conclusions can be drawn after the doctors compare the dynamics of x-rays, — Zoo director Svetlana Akulova said.

    The animal constantly licks its hind legs, which may indicate that the sensitivity of the limbs has been preserved.

    What does a bear eat at the zoo?

    The animal's diet consists of meat, fish, eggs and oatmeal. Antibiotics and painkillers are dissolved in fish oil.

    “Zoologists, together with veterinarians, have developed a diet in such a way that food gives the bear all the necessary macro- and microelements, but would not adversely affect the gastrointestinal tract. Two feeders are used for feeding: one for antibiotics and painkillers dissolved in fish oil, the second — for a mixture of oatmeal in beef broth and meat with quail eggs, », — Akulova wrote on her telegram channel.

    According to the director of the zoo, the total amount that the bear eats per day, — three to four liters of porridge, additionally — rabbit or fish.


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    In Russia, governors and deputies are elected. The main thing

    Elections of various levels were held in 82 regions of Russia, starting on September 9 and ending on the evening of the single voting day on September 11. About the course and results of the elections – in the material RBC : 320px) and (-webkit-min-device-pixel-ratio: 2), (max-width: 320px) and (min-resolution: 192dpi)” >

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    The Russians elected governors, members of regional and city parliaments, as well as deputies of local legislative bodies. Voting continued for three days and ended on Sunday evening. According to preliminary counting data, in most regions United Russia is leading in the gubernatorial elections.

    Voting results and turnout (updated at 00:00)

    The Central Election Commission reports preliminary data on voting in the elections of governors, RBC correspondent reports:

    • Governor of Sverdlovsk RegionYevgeny Kuyvashev (United Russia), after counting 78.42% of the protocols, is gaining 65.68% of the vote. The communist Alexander Ivachev has 12.98%

    • Governor of the Kaliningrad region Anton Alikhanov leads the election of the head of the region with 80.24%. 53.47% of the protocols have been processed. The representative of the Liberal Democratic Party Yevgeny Mishin— 6.46%.

    • In Buryatiathe head of the region Alexei Tsydenov (United Russia) is in the lead with 86.14% of the vote (after processing 98.2% of the protocols). In second place is Communist Viktor Malyshenko with 7.16%.

    • Head of Udmurtia Alexander Brechalov (United Russia) gains 62.57% of the vote after processing 52.45% of protocols. In second place is Alexander Syrov from the Communist Party of the Russian Federation with 20.2%. Put on the wanted list after a sentence of 10 years in prison, a State Duma deputy from A Just Russia— For the truth»— fourth, with 3.55%.

    • Head of KareliaArtur Parfenchikov (United Russia) is gaining 68.9% of the vote after processing 85.31% of the protocols. Right-wing Russian Andrey Rogalevich— 13.36%, communist Yevgeny Ulyanov – 13.04%.

    • In Adygea deputies of the State Council of the republic re-elected the incumbent head of the republic Murat Kumpilov (“« United Russia), who has been in office since 2017. The decision was made unanimously.

    • Acting Head of Mari ElYuriy Zaytsev (self-nominated), after processing 75.55% of the protocols, gains 81.45% of the votes.

    • Acting Governor of Yaroslavl Region Mikhail Evraev (self-nominated) after processing 88.57% of the protocols is gaining 82.07% of the vote.

    • Acting Governor of the Ryazan Region Pavel Malkov («United Russia»)— 83.77% of the votes after processing 51.05% of the protocols.

    • In Saratov Regionthe current interim governor Roman Busargin (United Russia) is in the lead, after counting the first 10.51% of the protocols, he is gaining 78.89% of the votes.

    • Acting governor Vladimir Region Alexander Avdeev (United Russia) is gaining 83.79% of the vote after processing 95% of the protocols. In second place is Anton Sidorko from the Communist Party— 6.5%.

    • In Kirov regionafter processing 75.85% of the ballots, acting governor Alexander Sokolov (United Russia) is in the lead with 73.32% of the vote. In second place is Sergey Mamaev from the Communist Party of the Russian Federation – 13.03%.

    • Governor of Novgorod Region Andrey Nikitin (United Russia) is gaining 76.87 % of votes after counting 88.25% of the protocols, Olga Efimova from the Communist Party of the Russian Federation – 11.17%.

    • Acting head of Tomsk regionVladimir Mazur (United Russia) gains 84.94% of the votes after processing 100% of the protocols. His closest competitor is right-wing Russian Galina Nemtseva— 6.08%.

    • Acting Head of the Tambov Region Maxim Yegorov (United Russia) gains 85.78% of votes after processing 78.87 % protocols. Communist Andrei Zhidkov received the support of 6.53% of voters.

    Municipal elections in the capital and region:

    • In Moscowturnout in municipal elections as of 18:00 was 32.8% (electronic and in-person voting). More than 1.7 million people voted remotely, and 645,436 ballots were issued to voters at polling stations. The turnout for electronic voting was 41%.
    • In the Moscow regionat the municipal elections, the turnout, as of 15:00 Moscow time, was 15.38%.
    • As of 22.00 Moscow time, the online voting system for municipal elections in Moscow has processed and deciphered all received electronic ballots (1,692,196 pieces). The procedure took less than an hour.

    Read on RBC Pro Pro The export market in Russia has changed: how to sell goods abroad Pro instructions Eight tips for those who want to learn how to run regularly foreign bank Instructions Pro “I learned about the resignation by phone”: the head of Adidas – about turns in his career Articles Pro You have opened an account abroad and use it. What you can be fined for Instructions Pro x The Economist Why sanctions did not bring down the Russian economy – 3 reasons from The Economist The CEC cites the following data:

    • In the elections to the Sakhalin Oblast Duma “United Russia”; is gaining 47.2% of the votes (after processing 100% of the protocols).
    • In the elections to the Duma of the Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky City Districtthe leader is “United Russia” with 54.30% of the votes after processing 94.97% of the protocols.
    • In the elections of deputies of the State Council of Udmurtia, United Russia is in the lead; with 47.73% of the votes after counting the first 0.17% of the protocols.
    • “United Russia” Gaining 64.8% of the vote in the elections to the Saratov Regional Duma after processing 30.28% of the protocols.
    • In the elections of deputies of the Legislative Assembly of the Krasnodar Territory“United Russia” after processing the first ballots, it gains more than 70% of the votes.
    • In the Penza regionin the elections to the Legislative Assembly “United Russia”; after processing 0.1% of the protocols, it gains 98.3% of the votes.
    • In the elections to the city council of Gorno-Altaisk in the Republic of Altai, “United Russia” won 20 out of 21 seats, Artur Kokhoev, secretary of the party's regional branch and chairman of the Republican State Assembly, said.

    Ella Pamfilova, head of the Central Election Commission, told reporters that the voter turnout through the electronic system in the regions where it was available was over 83%.

    Complaints and Violations >

    Deputy Chairman of the Central Election Commission of Russia Nikolai Bulaev told reporters at a press conference that no serious voting violations that required the intervention of the Central Election Commission or employees of the Ministry of Internal Affairs have been identified at the moment.

    Mikhail Davydov, head of the Main Directorate for Ensuring Public Order and Coordinating Interaction with the Executive Authorities of the Russian Subjects of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Russia, said at a briefing at the CEC that the police opened eight election-related criminal cases and revealed 156 administrative offenses.

    Earlier on September 11, the head of the CEC, Ella Pamfilova, said that in the first two days of voting, the CEC received reports of possible shortcomings in the electoral field from ten regions. “Of the 72 remaining regions where elections are held, there were no such reports at all,” — she added.

    Pamfilova also recommended that the results of the elections of heads of regions and legislative assemblies not be summed up before September 14, so that the commission could consider all complaints.

    The office of the Commissioner for Human Rights of Russia did not reveal any serious violations during the voting, said Ombudsman Tatyana Moskalkova. “My overall impression— the elections were held at a high legal level, no serious violations of the electoral rights of citizens were recorded. The accessibility of voting is increasing due to the introduction of new ways of its implementation, in particular the DEG, which this year was implemented entirely on the Russian software»,— she wrote on Telegram.

    Olga Kirillova, chairwoman of the Moscow City Electoral Commission, told reporters that they had received about 50-60 complaints about the remote electronic voting system. “I can’t say in percentage terms, but in absolute terms, about 50-60. These are the people who did not take care in a timely manner and did not update their account on»,— said Kirillova.

    According to Vadim Kovalev, head of the public headquarters for election observation in Moscow, the remote electronic voting system in Moscow worked normally for all three days, it successfully survived more than 10,000 DDoS attacks. “Over the entire period, we had more than 10 thousand DDoS attacks on our system. The system has withstood, withstood»,— TASS quotes Kovalev.

    Gubernatorial elections are held in Vladimir, Tambov, Yaroslavl, Tomsk, Kirov, Saratov, Kaliningrad, Ryazan, Sverdlovsk and Novgorod regions, as well as in Udmurtia, Karelia, Buryatia and Mari El. In addition, the elections of the head of the region will be held in Adygea, but there the head of the subject is elected by the parliament.

    Parliaments of the regionselected in North Ossetia, Udmurtia, Krasnodar and Sakhalin regions, as well as in the Penza and Saratov regions. By-elections to local legislative bodies will be held in another 28 regions.

    City parliaments are elected in Gorno-Altaisk, Cherkessk, Barnaul, Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky, Vladivostok, Kirov, Kursk, Omsk, Pskov, Tver and Yaroslavl.< /p>

    Elections of deputies of municipalities are taking place in Moscow

    Residents of Moscow, Kaliningrad, Kaluga, Kursk, Novgorod, Pskov, Tomsk and Yaroslavl regions could vote using the remote voting system.

    Deputies detected Western interference

    Vasily Piskarev, head of the State Duma commission to investigate the facts of interference by foreign states, speaking on a direct line to the CEC online, said that he and his colleagues saw “attempts to interfere in elections in Russia using considerable material and information-manipulative resources.” He blamed these attempts on the countries of the West, which, in his opinion, “are trying to discredit our electoral processes,” and are also trying to “introduce their agents of influence, trained on their own bases, into the representative bodies of power.”

    Piskarev stated that the activities “to promote candidates beneficial to the West are coordinated and financed mainly by five control centers from the USA, Great Britain, Germany, Sweden and Ukraine.” “They control about 100 media projects, which also work out tasks for the production of fakes about the activities of our armed forces during the NVO and in general about our country, incite separatist sentiments in the regions,” — said the deputy.

    In his opinion, the amount of funding for “all this subversion” has increased several times in recent months and amounts to “about $30 million per month.”

    Where political leaders voted

    Russian President Vladimir Putin voted in the municipal elections in Moscow remotely and in advance, before the single voting day. “This is a very convenient, reliable form of voting. Who can and wants to use it— I recommend. But in any case, I hope for your active position and that you will make your choice,»,— said the president on September 10, quoted by the Kremlin press service.

    The day before, Deputy Chairman of the Security Council Dmitry Medvedev took part in the electronic voting in the Moscow elections. He voted using a tablet, the video was published by the United Russia party, of which he is the head. «Convenient»,— noted Medvedev after casting his vote.

    Prime Minister Mikhail Mishustin took part in electronic remote voting in the elections of municipal deputies in Moscow, the press service of the government reported on Telegram. Moscow Mayor Sergei Sobyanin also used the electronic system.

    The head of the Communist Party of the Russian Federation, Gennady Zyuganov, did not use the opportunity to cast his vote through the electronic voting system and personally went to the polling station in Moscow. Chairman of the Yabloko party Nikolay Rybakov personally voted at the by-elections of deputies of the municipal councils of St. Petersburg.

    The heads of the Kaliningrad, Kirov, Ryazan and Sakhalin regions, in particular, came to the polls.

    How online voting took place in the regions

    Residents of eight regions could vote electronically. In most of them, online voting was conducted for the first time: only in three subjects— Moscow, Kursk and Yaroslavl regions— remote electronic voting (DEV) was already used during last year's elections to the State Duma.

    The peak of those voting electronically fell on the first hours of the first voting day. In the Pskov region, by 11:30 am, according to the surveillance portal, almost 50% of all those registered on the DEG— the number of ballots accepted was 5855 (out of the maximum possible 11878 ballots). Three people voted online in the first minute, the election committee of the Pskov region said. In the elections for the governor of the Yaroslavl region, from 8 to 10 in the morning, 26% of those who decided to vote online already voted, and in the Novgorod region— 12%.

    By the end of the first day of voting, almost 60% of those wishing to vote electronically voted for candidates for governor of the Kaliningrad region. On the evening of September 10, in seven subjects (except Moscow, where it was not necessary to register in advance), the turnout for the DEG exceeded 60% of the 110 thousand registered. The turnout at the DEG is traditionally higher than the full-time one. For comparison: the final voter turnout for online voting in the Duma in 2021 was 93.21%, in Moscow— 96%.

    There were no failures in the federal DEG system, Ella Pamfilova, head of the CEC, said following the results of the second day of voting. At the same time, she noted that “during the first day of voting, a large volume of various appeals was recorded in the DEG system from abroad, including 15 potentially dangerous impacts of a high degree of criticality.” In Moscow, observers and members of commissions on the first day reported a malfunction in the electronic voter list. The public election observation headquarters explained the system slowdown by a DDoS attack.

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    When will the mushroom season come in the Moscow region?

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    In the Moscow region, the mushroom season traditionally lasts until mid-autumn, but the rich mushroom season in September has not yet arrived. Roman Vilfand, scientific director of the Hydrometeorological Center of Russia, spoke about what this is connected with and when to expect an abundance of whites, boletuses and butterflies. 

    Why is the mushroom season not coming?

    The growth of mushrooms is strongly influenced by air temperature, humidity and other weather indicators. In the dry period, the harvest is less than in the rainy one.

    In an interview with TASS, Vilfand noted that since the beginning of September, just cold weather has set in the Moscow region. It rains lightly, the soil remains dry. Therefore, there is no need to talk about the onset of the mushroom season. 

    When can we expect the mushroom season?

    The weather forecast is not encouraging: one cannot count on a successful mushroom harvest next weekend, the expert noted.  

    According to Vilfand, mushrooms will appear in the forests and groves near Moscow after a good warm rain. There is hope that it will still take place until the end of September, when the autumn mushroom picking is the most active. 

    According to the forecast of the Hydrometeorological Center of Russia, on Friday-Sunday, September 9-11, there will be partly cloudy and no precipitation. Rain is expected on Monday and Tuesday, September 12-13, but it will be light and patchy.

    What mushrooms can be found in the autumn in the Moscow region?

    In the autumn, most mushrooms in the forests near Moscow can usually be found in September. Mushroom pickers fill their baskets with many types of mushrooms: porcini mushrooms, boletus, boletus, boletus, chanterelles, champignons, russula, milk mushrooms, mushrooms, honey agarics, etc. Since October, there are fewer mushrooms, as frosts are increasingly occurring. But you can still find porcini mushrooms, boletus, boletus, champignons, russula, mushrooms, milk mushrooms, oyster mushrooms, etc.


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    Teamwork. Moscow psychologist on how to reconcile children in schools

    One of the well-established ways of resolving conflict among schoolchildren has been to contact the School Reconciliation Service. Such services — it is a team of adults and children who have undergone special training. They were created in many educational institutions of the capital and are connected to work in when misunderstandings or conflicts occur between participants in the educational process: students, teachers, parents.

    About how to help the parties the conflict to come to common understanding, saidthe curator of the reconciliation service of the school № 625 Maria Koroleva.

    It is important to discuss the feelings experienced

    If there is a conflict in the & nbsp; school, they resolve it like this: representatives of the & nbsp; & mdash; mediator (neutral mediator) and school volunteers — invite the parties to the conflict to the negotiating table to discuss their feelings, find ways to resolve the dispute and agree on how to proceed. The ability to express their point of view and to hear each other — the most important in any dispute or discussion. Give each party the opportunity to calmly express their idea of what happened, their emotions — so they can develop the skill of empathy, feelings of empathy.

    The participants in the conflict can also be asked to describe each other's feelings: how, for example, in the opinion of the main bully of the class, does the person who is offended feel? Would would he like treat himself?

    Calm space for dialogue

    In during conflicts with people — both adults and children — emotions take over, they become unrestrained, speak in raised tones, interrupt each other. In such an atmosphere, it is difficult to come to a balanced and conscious decision. In the school reconciliation service, a meeting of the participants is scheduled some time after the conflict, at a separate, convenient time for everyone, in order to be able to calmly sort out the situation. To avoid the tension of the situation, the mediator — neutral agent — controls the conversation, does not allow to interrupt each other, move on to insults, screams and other outbursts of emotions. Thus, the participants form an understanding that any issue can be resolved without hysterics, with a "cold" head and respect for all sides of the process.

    Seeking a compromise

    For a long time it was believed that the solution of children's disputes — the prerogative of exclusively adults, because only they, from the height of their experience, can decide who is right and who is wrong. Over the course of the reconciliation services, curators noticed that children are often much more willing to share their experiences with each other, with their peers — with  they feel “on equal”, while while the figure of an adult is perceived as as a"judge", who deals exclusively with moralizing. This suggests that the searching for a compromise in dispute should involve not only adults — parents and teachers, but and peers who can assess the situation with their, "children" points of view.

    The  school reconciliation service practices a restorative approach, the idea of ​​which is that, instead of the traditional punishment of the offender, children seek to build a dialogue themselves and find a solution to the conflict, and not shift responsibility for  ;this is for adults.

    To learn more about school reconciliation services and the restorative approach, visit the website of the City Psychological and Pedagogical Center of the Metropolitan Department of Education and Science.


    Court in Moscow annulled the license of Novaya rasskaz-gazeta

    The Basmanny Court of Moscow annulled the license of Novaya Rasskaz-gazeta Novaya Gazeta journalists launched the NO magazine in Russia after the suspension of the publication of the main publication. The day before, the court also revoked the registration of the newspaper itself

    The Basmanny Court invalidated the registration of the New Story-newspaper, created by the journalists of Novaya Gazeta, the press service of the court told RBC.

    “The Basmanny District Court of Moscow issued a decision that invalidated the registration of the mass media of the magazine“ New story-gazeta ”,— reported in court.

    The day before, the court issued a similar decision in relation to Novaya Gazeta, which had been published since 1993. The editor-in-chief of Novaya Gazeta, Nobel laureate Dmitry Muratov said that the court's decision — “insignificant, ordered, political.” According to him, it has no legal basis.

    March 28 “Novaya Gazeta” suspended the release after receiving two warnings from Roskomnadzor due to the lack of marking of an NPO-foreign agent in the materials. The publication reported that it was stopping the release “until the end of the” special operation on the territory of Ukraine “. Part of the employees of Novaya Gazeta left for Europe, where she created the Novaya Gazeta. Europe”, at the end of April, her website was blocked.

    About the launch of the “New story-newspaper” publication announced on 15 July. “We stay in Russia, where our audience is, and open a new magazine. Briefly, it is called «BUT», but in full— «New story-newspaper»,— reporters said at the time. The publication’s website was also launched, which a week later the Prosecutor General’s Office demanded to block “for discrediting”. What exactly it consisted of, the department did not explain

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    Night of remembrance. EP held a rally in the Moscow metro about the heroism of women during the war years

    “United Russia” and Russian Land Foundation held an action in the Moscow metro about the feat of women in the years of the Great Patriotic War. On the night of 3 September, the day of the end of the Second World War, the audience was shown a literary and musical production of “The Blue Handkerchief”.

    Women's view of wartime events

    The play “Blue Handkerchief” — this is a feminine look at wartime events. He talks about how very young girls served in intelligence, the navy, marines, in tank troops. It was created by the participants of the International Program for the Preservation of Historical Memory about the contribution of women to the Great Victory and strengthening of peace — with the name of the same name, which is implemented by the charitable foundation «Russian Land».

    “Last night, in honor of the women participating in the Great Patriotic War, the “Night of Remembrance” action was held in the Moscow metro. During the war years, thousands of women fought alongside men on the  —— were snipers, tankers, signalmen, were also nurses, helped the wounded soldiers, forged the Victory in the rear at the machines, took care of the elderly and children. So fragile, but so strong — they are an example for us today, — said deputy secretary of the General Council of United Russia, coordinator of the party committee for supporting women's initiatives Daria Lantratova.

    She noted that the women of Donbass, like the women in the years of the Great Patriotic War, show an unbending character, support their men on the front line, establish a peaceful life where the enemy has retreated.

    < h2>A night performance at Mayakovskaya»station

    Songs to verses by Robert Rozhdestvensky, Bulat Okudzhava, Margarita Agashina< /strong>and  other poets. They were performed by theater and film actresses, graduates of theater universities named after M.S. Shchepkina and B.V. Shchukin, students of the acting department of the Moscow Humanitarian University —  accompanied by the Academic Choir of the Moscow Metro.

    The director of the production «Night of Memory» actress of the Moscow Theater on Taganka, member of the Union of Theater Workers, Union of Writers of Russia Polina Nechitailo performed. The idea to create such a performance belongs to producer, head of the fund and "Blue Handkerchief" program, actress, municipal deputy from "United Russia" from Moscow to Anna Danilova.

    The station «Mayakovskaya» — it is historically connected with the fate of women who lived during the war years. “Mayakovskaya” served as a bomb shelter. Thousands of women and children were housed here during the air raid. Once, in a day, 50 thousand people found shelter here. Here new life was born  During the air raids, this station, like some others, was converted into a first-aid post. In total, over 250 children born in the children in in the Moscow Metro during the war years.

    At invitation of the Women's Committee of United Russia” to action "Night of Remembrance" for the first time, participants from LPR — actress of theater and film Yuliya Pisarenkoand  13-year-old Valeriya Gradovaya, who came to Moscow with mum. Girls support servicemen from Russia and Donbass. Valeria gives concerts for them in hospitals, military units and even on the front lines. As part of the action, she performed the song of the rock group "Kino" — «Cuckoo».

    The action was held with the support of the Department of Transport and development of the road infrastructure of Moscow.

    Committee «United Russia» in support of women's initiatives, actively participates in the humanitarian mission of the party in Lugansk and Donetsk People's Republics — helps in creating a system of medical rehabilitation for adults and children with severe illnesses. Psychological support centers are also opening, committee members organize educational programs, assist in & nbsp; employment and & nbsp; solving other urgent issues.

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    Orban to fly to Moscow for farewell ceremony for Gorbachev

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    Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban will fly to Moscow for a farewell ceremony for the first president of the USSR, Mikhail Gorbachev. This was announced by the press secretary of the Russian President Dmitry Peskov, RIA Novosti reports.

    According to him, Orban's meeting with Vladimir Putin is not planned.

    The farewell ceremony for Gorbachev takes place on Saturday in the Hall of Columns in the center of Moscow from 10:00, then Gorbachev will be buried at the Novodevichy cemetery next to his wife Raisa Maksimovna.

    < p> The ex-president of the USSR died on the evening of August 30 in Moscow, he was 91 years old. The Central Clinical Hospital clarified that Gorbachev died after a severe and prolonged illness. Recently, he suffered from kidney disease, this was discussed at the beginning of the summer at the Gorbachev Foundation. They reported that the politician had undergone hemodialysis for the past few years.

    The politician will be buried at the Novodevichy Cemetery next to his wife Raisa, who died in 1999. According to the press secretary of the President Dmitry Peskov, the ceremony will include elements of a state funeral, including a guard, the state will also help in organizing it. Russian President Vladimir Putin will not be able to attend the ceremony due to the schedule, but he has already visited the Central Clinical Hospital and said goodbye to the politician.

    In addition to Russian statesmen, Western officials expressed their condolences on the death of the first president of the USSR. For example, US President Joe Biden called Gorbachev an imaginative man “able to see that another future is possible.” Former German Chancellor Angela Merkel said that he showed how “one statesman can change the world for the better.”

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    Farewell ceremony for Mikhail Gorbachev begins in Moscow

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    The farewell ceremony for ex-president of the USSR Mikhail Gorbachev, who died on Tuesday at the age of 92, began in the Hall of Columns in Moscow. Access to the hall is free.

    Presidential press secretary Dmitry Peskov said earlier that the ceremony would include elements of a state funeral, including a guard.

    After the ceremony, Mikhail Gorbachev will be buried at the Novodevichy cemetery next to his wife Raisa, as the politician wanted.

    Gorbachev died on August 30 at the age of 91 after a long kidney disease. In recent years, he underwent hemodialysis.

    Russian President Vladimir Putin, after the death of the politician, said that Gorbachev had a “tremendous influence on the course of world history”; and “understood deeply that reforms were needed.” Putin will not attend the ceremony due to the schedule, but the ceremony will be attended by Russian Security Council Chairman Dmitry Medvedev and Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban.

    Gorbachev led the Soviet Union from 1985 to 1991. He was the General Secretary of the Central Committee of the CPSU and the first (and only) president of the country.

    In 1990, the politician was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize for “the leading role in the peace process, which today characterizes an important part of the life of the international community.”

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    The G7 countries decided to introduce a price ceiling for Russian oil. Moscow reacted

    The prospects for the decision were assessed by the deputy head of the Security Council, Dmitry Medvedev.

    Ministries of Finance of – G7 members, namely Great Britain, Germany, Italy, Canada, France, Japan and the USA, decided to impose restrictions on the prices of Russian gas supplied to Europe and other countries.

    According to Sky News, citing a statement released by the UK government, the finance ministers called for a coalition to emerge to support price caps on the Russian product.

    The G7 document says that such a political intention is supported by all participants and it is enclosed in ” comprehensive ban” for sea transportation services of crude oil and oil products “of Russian origin” around the world.

    The condition for allowing such services is purchase at a price “below the ceiling determined by the coalition of countries” that accept and implement this “ceiling”.

    Based on the verdict of the G7 countries, the purpose of the measure is to reduce Russian revenues and the ability of the Russian Federation to “finance its aggressive war.”

    As for the scheme for establishing the “ceiling”, but the initial limit will be formed on the basis of a number of technical data and agreed upon by the entire coalition .

    The second measure of the G7 was a call to oil-producing countries to increase production, thereby reducing market volatility.

    It is known that the measures are expected to be introduced as early as February 5, 2023. And on September 1, Deputy Prime Minister of the Russian Federation Alexander Novak said that the Russian Federation refuses to supply oil to the participants in the establishment of the “ceiling” prices.

    Deputy Head of the Security Council of Russia Dmitry Medvedev, in his TG channel, assessed the prospects for Russian gas supplies to the European Union, if the EU decides to introduce restrictive measures, “ceiling” on fuel prices.

    The politician believes that in this case, Russian gas will simply disappear from the EU. According to him, “aunt von der how is Leyen” said that the time has come to introduce measures on pipeline Russian gas.

    “It will be like with oil. There will simply be no Russian gas in Europe”, – said the deputy head of the Security Council.

    Earlier, Topnews wrote that “Gazprom” played on the demands of Siemens and signed the “verdict” to Europe.

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    The Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation proposed to issue land to the participants of the NWO in the Crimea and the Moscow region

    The Ministry of Defense of RF offers issuance of land in Crimea and Moscow region distinguished participants of the special military operation in Ukraine. The draft of the corresponding decree of the President of Russia published on the portal draft regulations.

    It follows from the document that such a measure is necessary to provide additional social support to servicemen of the Armed Forces of the Russian Federation, employees of federal executive authorities and federal bodies that provide for military service. 

    “Recommend to the executive authorities of the Moscow region, the city of Sevastopol and the Republic of Crimea to adopt legislative acts establishing the right of citizens to receive land plots free of charge”, – follows from the draft decree of the president.

    The text of the document also states that the government of the Russian Federation is instructed to conclude agreements with the authorities of the Moscow Region, Crimea and Sevastopol, which will determine the procedure for interaction when transferring plots.

    Earlier, the RF Ministry of Defense reported that the chief of staff of the Russian group “West” Lieutenant General Mikhail Zusko awarded participants of the special military operation from the Western Military District on the front line. different degrees, insignia of the Order of St. George – St. George's Cross, medals “For Courage”, medals of Suvorov and Zhukov.

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    What school did Pugacheva’s children go to? Knowledge Day at an elite gymnasium in Moscow

    One of the most elite schools in Moscow is celebrating the beginning of the school year. Children of prominent businessmen, diplomats and even Alla Pugacheva study here.

    It seems that this is an exhibition of the Moscow International Motor Show. “Mercedes”, “Porsche”, “Gelendvagen”. Alien journalists joke: billions are stored in the parking lot. Reason — touching. Ruler in honor of the beginning of the school year.

    Photo: AiF/Julia Gerasimova

    Instead of modest gladioli — baskets of flowers, instead of the caretaker — strict access control. Entrance only by lists. Outsiders are chased away by security. Mothers, clattering with luxury brand stilettos, see off their children. Businessman Andrei Kovalev leaves a Rolls-Royce with a child. 

    Training a student here costs 1,680,000 rubles a year. They give a discount for the second child: it comes out to 1 million 512 thousand a year. ” height=”532″ width=”800″ style=”display: block;” />

    Photo: AiF/Julia Gerasimova

    Children must learn two foreign languages, including studying with native speakers. Moreover, from the 1st grade, part of the classes are held in English. The price also includes swimming, football, needlework. 

    There is no single uniform in the gymnasium, but there are distinctive signs — chevrons with logo. 

    Sounds of music — a live orchestra is playing, behind the guards you can see animators on stilts. 

    From the next “Audi” family comes out. Two girls in white stockings and a sullen teenager who refuses to leave the car despite the wrath of his overbearing father. You can control the fate of hundreds of subordinates, but overcoming the anger of puberty by dismissal will not work.

    Photo: AiF/Julia Gerasimova

    There are also comical situations. The broken KIA managed to get into a minor accident on the way to the line and lose the remains of the front bumper. 

    It seems that this taxi driver mixed up the road. A stocky driver of southern nationality gets out of the car. And then — teenager with a bouquet of flowers. The boy looks about 15 years old. It becomes clear that the unfortunate driver is protecting the child. He follows behind the boy and looks around at everyone with a predatory look. The teenager is embarrassed. It's better to walk.

    Two local pensioners and a dog hid in the corner of the parking lot. They hope to see Alla Pugacheva. 

    «She wanted to name her daughter Mona Lisa, but didn't, but I named the dog», — showing off one of them.