It turns out that all this time is wrong, the results of excavations on the land by human hands are the deepest holes to beat the Mariana Trench – all pages

Sosok.ID – Nowadays many people misunderstand hole deepest on earth that is touted is Mariana trough.

However, it turns out that the deepest point on Earth that has ever been found on the seabed is only 10,000 meters or 10 kilometers deep.

It turns out that there is still a deeper point of more than Mariana trough that many people do not know.

In fact, there are many stories that exist hole is wrapped with the mystical story behind it.

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The hole is located in the interior of western Russia, and even seems unkempt even though it is one of the most historic places.

In an abandoned building in one of Russia’s interior regions, it turns out to be the location of the deepest hole in the world.

What’s interesting is that this hole is purely man-made, unlike the Mariana trench which occurs due to natural processes.

The ruins of the abandoned building contained an iron cover that closed a hole that didn’t look that big.

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But who would have thought that from behind the iron cover the unexpected was in it.

This is a hole that is said to be the deepest hole in the world.

The hole, which is named Kola Superdeep Borehole, has a depth of at least about 12 kilometers or 12,000 meters.

For that reason, Kola Superdeep Borehole is said to be the deepest hole in the world beating Mariana the most.

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The fact behind the mysterious hole turns out to be a dug hole made in the 1970s by the Soviet troops at that time.

What the Soviet forces did was to find out the elements that were on the surface of the earth.

Quoting Science Alert, Sunday (9/8/2020), the expedition to dig the hole finally stopped in 1994.

Unknown to them, it is the deepest hole on Earth to date.

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In excavating and searching for information by soldiers who have the task of finding out what layers are in the bowels of the earth, it is not easy.

Many incidents are experienced by diggers while starting their work digging inch by inch into the belly of the earth.

During the first seven kilometers, scientists found fossils of 24 single-celled organisms that had become extinct.

They also found rocks dating back 2.7 billion years.

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That rock is what is blocking the team Soviet to dig deeper, because the rock is hotter than scientists thought.

The stone has a temperature of 180 degrees Celsius.

Then, when will the excavation be resumed? Scientists are predicting various possibilities, and of course, the expedition must continue. (*)


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Peskov announced the talks between Putin and Lukashenko in the Tver region :: Politics :: RBC

Vladimir Putin and Alexander Lukashenko

Vladimir Putin and Alexander Lukashenko

(Photo: Sergey Chirikov / Reuters)

Presidents of Russia and Belarus Vladimir Putin and Alexander Lukashenko will hold a bilateral meeting on June 30, it will be held as part of the opening of the Rzhev Memorial to the Soviet Soldier in the Tver Region. This was announced by the press secretary of the head of the Russian state Dmitry Peskov, reports RIA Novosti.

“We confirm,” said Peskov, answering the question whether negotiations between the two leaders will take place.

Earlier on June 29, the Kremlin’s press service announced that Putin, along with Lukashenko, would take part in the unveiling of a monument to a Soviet soldier near Rzhev on Tuesday.

The Kremlin reported on “good statements” by Lukashenko

The Rzhev Memorial was erected on the site of fierce fighting on the Rzhev-Vyazemsky ledge of 1942-1943, according to the project website. The monument was made by sculptor Andrei Korobtsov and architect Konstantin Fomin. The veterans of the Great Patriotic War proposed to immortalize the heroes of the Rzhev battle. The monument is a 25-meter bronze figure of a Soviet soldier. It was erected on a ten-meter bulk mound.

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Peskov announced the talks between Putin and Lukashenko in the Tver region :: Politics :: RBC

Vladimir Putin and Alexander Lukashenko

Vladimir Putin and Alexander Lukashenko

(Photo: Sergey Chirikov / Reuters)

Presidents of Russia and Belarus Vladimir Putin and Alexander Lukashenko will hold a bilateral meeting on June 30, it will be held as part of the opening of the Rzhev Memorial to the Soviet Soldier in the Tver Region. This was announced by the press secretary of the head of the Russian state Dmitry Peskov, reports RIA Novosti.

“We confirm,” said Peskov, answering the question whether negotiations between the two leaders will take place.

Earlier on June 29, the Kremlin’s press service announced that Putin, along with Lukashenko, would take part in the unveiling of a monument to a Soviet soldier near Rzhev on Tuesday.

The Kremlin reported on “good statements” by Lukashenko

The Rzhev Memorial was erected on the site of fierce fighting on the Rzhev-Vyazemsky ledge of 1942-1943, according to the project website. The monument was made by sculptor Andrei Korobtsov and architect Konstantin Fomin. The veterans of the Great Patriotic War proposed to immortalize the heroes of the Rzhev battle. The monument is a 25-meter bronze figure of a Soviet soldier. It was erected on a ten-meter bulk mound.

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Putin and Lukashenko will open the Rzhev Memorial on June 30 :: Politics :: RBC

Rzhev Memorial to Soviet Soldier

(Photo: Nina Parshina / RIA Novosti)

Presidents of Russia and Belarus Vladimir Putin and Alexander Lukashenko will take part in the opening of the Rzhev Memorial to the Soviet Soldier in the Tver Region on June 30, according to the Kremlin’s website.

On June 24, Putin invited his Belarusian colleague, who came to the Victory Parade, to participate in the opening of the memorial near Rzhev in the Tver Region.

Lukashenko addressed guests of the Victory Parade with the words “we will win, we will stand”

Alexander Lukashenko at a military parade to mark the 75th anniversary of Victory in the Great Patriotic War

The Rzhev Memorial was created by sculptor Andrei Korobtsov and architect Konstantin Fomin. The initiators of the erection of the monument were veterans of the Great Patriotic War. The sculptural structure in honor of the fallen in the Battle of Rzhev is a 25-meter bronze figure of a Soviet soldier. The monument was erected on a ten-meter bulk mound.

In May, the Russian Military Historical Society reported that the monument was ready for opening in April, but because of the coronavirus epidemic, the ceremony had to be postponed until June. In particular, the possibility of opening the Rzhev Monument on June 22, the anniversary of the start of World War II, was considered.

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In the Federation Council we saw the desire of the “Czech souls” for attention because of the statue of Konev :: Politics :: RBC

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With the demolition of the monument to Soviet Marshal Ivan Konev in Prague, “some Czech municipal leaders” decided to draw attention to themselves. This opinion was expressed by RBC Chairman of the Federation Council Committee on Foreign Affairs Andrei Klimov. He emphasized that Russian memorials should be protected by the state in whose territory they are located.

“Never on this subject have we received official objections. And when Russophobia escalated against the backdrop of a pandemic, devilry with the demolition of Columbus’s statues in the United States added to this. And, apparently, the subtle souls of some Czech municipal leaders could not stand it and decided to draw attention to themselves, ”Klimov said.

Speaking about the Russian response to the demolition of the monument to Konev, he noted that Russia would find “a way to make life put everything in its place.”

In June, the head of the Prague-6 district, Ondřej Kolář, announced that the city authorities had proposed moving the monument to Marshal on the territory of the Russian embassy. However, Moscow, he said, refused. Kolarge said that if Russia “did not start what it began,” the monument would be in place. Klimov noted that the Russian diplomatic mission in Prague “is not able to hide everything that reminds us of the presence of our troops, which once liberated Prague.”

Peskov regrets “irritants” in relations with Prague

Dmitry Peskov

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What documents about the war the Ministry of defence published in recent years :: Policy :: RBC

About the battle of Stalingrad in July 1942- February 1943.

The feat of Alexander Matrosov in February 1943.

About Crimean offensive in April—may 1944.

About the liberation of Sevastopol in may 1944.

About the battle of Kursk in July—August 1943.

About the liberation of Minsk in June—July 1944.

About the liberation of Vilna in July 1944.

About the liberation of Kaunas in July—August 1944.

About the liberation of Kishinev in August 1944.

Awarded for that military during the great Patriotic war

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For the bombing of Berlin on 8 August 1941, to each of the members of the crews striking blow of aircraft of the Baltic fleet had paid 2 thousand rubles. For comparison, the average salary in 1940 was $ 375. per month

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About the liberation of Bucharest and Romania in August—October 1944.

On the Slovak uprising in August—October 1944.

About the liberation of Tallinn in September 1944.

About the liberation of Riga in September—October 1944.

About the liberation of Belgrade in October 1944.

About the liberation of Poland in 1944-1945.

About the liberation of Warsaw in January 1945.

About the liberation of Budapest in February 1945.

Photo liberated Europe, the Soviet generals.

Ministry of defense published a shot in the 1945 photos of Soviet military leaders

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Photos of Soviet generals captured before a Victory.

About the Yalta conference in February 1945.

About the liberation of Vienna in April 1945.

Photos of the meeting of Soviet and American troops on the Elbe in April 1945.

The capture of Berlin in April—may 1945.

Soviet generals military parade. Archival photo of the Ministry of defense

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About the liberation of Prague in may 1945.

About the Unknown soldier.

About the awards the military during the war.

On the prototypes of the heroes of the war movies.

About the military exploits of women.

About the Soviet pilots during the war.

About Soviet artillery in the war.

Photos of everyday life of Soviet commanders.

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Died son of Nikita Khrushchev :: Society :: RBC

Sergei Khrushchev lived in the United States, he was a doctor of technical Sciences, Professor

Sergei Khrushchev

(Photo: Anton Denisov / RIA Novosti)

Great-granddaughter of Nikita Khrushchev, Nina told RBC that died the son of former Soviet leader Sergey. “Today in Cranston, Rhode island,” said she.

Since the early 1990-ies Sergei Khrushchev lectured in the United States and resided there.

Sergei Khrushchev was born in 1935. His mother was Nina Kukharchuk, which Nikita Khrushchev was in a relationship with 1924.

The son of a Soviet leader in 1958 graduated from the Moscow power engineering Institute (MPEI), after which he worked in the OKB Chelomei, worked on development of ballistic missiles. In 1963 he became a doctor of technical Sciences, Professor, hero of Socialist labor and Lenin prize laureate.

In Moscow found dead sister-in-law of Nikita Khrushchev

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The Czech deputy called the dismantling of the monument to Konev barbarism :: Politics :: RBC

Dismantling of the monument to Marshal of the Soviet Union Ivan Konev

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The dismantling of the monument to Soviet Marshal Ivan Konev in Prague is a desecration and a barbaric act. This was stated by the first deputy chairman of the Chamber of Deputies of the Czech Parliament, the leader of the Communist Party of the Czech Republic and Moravia, Philip Vojtech in an interview with the newspaper Krasnaya Zvezda.

“The dismantling of the statue of Marshal Konev, the liberator of the concentration camp in Auschwitz and the liberator of Czechoslovakia, including Prague, we perceive as a huge disrespect, desecration and a very insidious and barbaric act,” said Vojtech.

He said that the dismantling of the statue suggests that the “fascist politicians of Prague” intend to disrupt the good relations between the Czech and Russian peoples “under the negative influence of the EU and the USA.”

In Prague, vandals installed a toilet on the pedestal of the monument to Konev

Photo: David W Cerny / Reuters

Vojtech also expressed concerns that some right-wing opposition political forces in the Czech Republic might begin to praise neo-Nazism. “This threatens a further increase in anti-Russian sentiment in the Czech Republic,” the deputy added.

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Defense Ministry declassified documents on the liberation of Prague :: Society :: RBC

Colonel General Kirill Moskalenko, commander of the 38th Army of the 1st Ukrainian Front, gave the order to start moving to Prague on May 7 by order of the Soviet Marshal Ivan Konev. The order of Moskalenko said that the main task of the mobile group should be the “quickest exit” to the Prague area. “The actions of the group must be decisive, the promotion is bold and energetic. Avoid possible foci of enemy resistance using a dense network of highways near the main route, ”the order said.

Defense Ministry declassified documents on the capture of Berlin by Soviet troops

The fighting for the liberation of Prague lasted all day on May 9th. The Ministry of Defense notes that as a result of the completion of the Prague operation, it was possible to defeat the last major Wehrmacht group on the Soviet-German front and complete the liberation of Czechoslovakia. For the entire duration of the operation, Soviet troops captured 25 thousand German soldiers and officers. More than 119 thousand participants in the enemy’s military groups disarmed, 265 tanks, 220 armored personnel carriers, 80 aircraft, other equipment and weapons, as well as food were seized.

Among the declassified materials are presented award sheets testifying to those who distinguished themselves during the Prague operation.

After the hostilities ended, the USSR transferred food to the city, including 50 tons of flour, 100 tons of potatoes, 10 tons of different cereals, tea, sugar, lard, as well as sowing materials and feed. In addition to Prague, the Soviet command provided food and other cities of Czechoslovakia: Moravsk-Ostrava, Brno. Residents of these cities, as in Prague, received food on cards.

Last week, the Ministry of Defense declassified documents on the capture of Berlin by Soviet troops in May 1945. This part of the archival materials, in particular, contained a report by Marshal Georgy Zhukov to the USSR leader Joseph Stalin on April 30, 1945 about the capture of the main Reichstag building, on which the Soviet flag was hoisted.

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Czech Foreign Minister called conditions for improving relations with Russia :: Politics :: RBC

Earlier, Russian Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu appealed to the Czech military department with a request to hand over the dismantled monument to Russia. Ministry of Defense spokesman Jan Peyszek commented that Shoigu sent his letter to the wrong organization. “This is not about a military burial, but about a monument that belongs to the Prague-6 district. We don’t have a relationship with him, and therefore we won’t be able to transfer to Russia what belongs not to us, ”Petrzycek explained.

The Czech Foreign Minister also drew attention to the still unresolved issue of updating the monuments to Czechoslovak legionnaires located in Russia. “The 1999 agreement clearly states that protecting burials and maintaining them in good condition is the responsibility of the authorities of the country where these burials are located,” said Petrzycek. – We have already approached Russia several times about the repair and restoration of the burial places of Czechoslovak legionnaires, but have not received a positive response. I really don’t understand what the problem is. ”

Dismantling the monument to Marshal Konev

The monument to Marshal of the Soviet Union Ivan Konev, located on Interbrigade Square in the sixth district of Prague, was removed from the pedestal on April 3 by decision of the city authorities. As the district’s press secretary Ondrej Shramek noted, the city council decided to dismantle the monument in September last year. The sculpture will be moved to the storehouse, and then it will become part of the exposition of the Museum of the 20th Century.

The Russian Foreign Ministry called this step a crime and a violation of the Friendship Treaty of 1993. The Investigative Committee of Russia regarded the demolition of the monument as a desecration of the symbols of Russia’s military glory, committed publicly. Shoigu turned to the head of the Investigative Committee of Russia, Alexander Bastrykin, with a request to prosecute foreign officials responsible for the demolition of monuments to Soviet citizens.

Potential economic relations

According to Tomasz Petřicek, Russia and the Czech Republic still have serious unrealized potential for trade and investment partnerships. It is hindered by the problems faced by Czech entrepreneurs in Russia, namely the deterioration of the business climate and the failure to comply with the rule of law. “Moreover, the lack of transparency and honesty on the Russian side during the crisis caused by the supply of dirty oil through the Druzhba pipeline a year ago, undermined Europe’s confidence in Russia as a responsible and reliable energy supplier,” Petrzycek added.

The Czech Foreign Minister stressed that he hopes to strengthen bilateral ties, including at the expense of youth. “More than 5 thousand young people from Russia study at our universities, and this gives hope for the future,” he concluded.

At the end of 2019, the trade turnover of Russia and the Czech Republic amounted to $ 8.5 billion (data from the Federal Customs Service of Russia). This is approximately $ 100 million less than last year. At the end of 2018, the trade between Russia and the Czech Republic showed a 17.4% increase compared to the previous year, and in 2017 jumped by 35%. In 2013, the volume of trade between countries amounted to $ 11 billion.

According to the results of 2018, Russia took 13th place in the list of largest importers of Czech goods and seventh in the list of exporters to the republic, follows from official statistics from the Czech Republic. In terms of total trade, Russia lags behind Germany ($ 112 billion), Poland ($ 26 billion), Slovakia ($ 24 billion), China ($ 28 billion), France ($ 16 billion) and Austria ($ 14 billion).

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