Popova praised Posner’s idea of ​​fines with the phrase “countries go different ways” :: Society :: RBC

Fines for non-compliance with the rules should be preventive, not punitive, the head of Rospotrebnadzor believes. Posner previously proposed to toughen the punishment for the lack of masks and to increase the fines to 50 thousand rubles.

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The head of Rospotrebnadzor, Anna Popova, does not consider fines for lack of masks and other violations associated with coronavirus an effective way to force people to comply with measures to protect against infection. About this she stated on the air of the radio station “Komsomolskaya Pravda”.

“The countries follow different paths here, someone punishes severely. But we see a tendency that fines are not the most effective means here, ”she said.

According to Popova, it is important to convince people to wear masks and gloves. Penalties for non-compliance with the rules should be preventive, not punitive, she added.


Moscow Central Department Store was fined one million rubles for lack of masks


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In Moscow, in accordance with the decree of Mayor Sergei Sobyanin, all citizens must wear masks and gloves in transport, shops and other public places. Violators face a fine from 4 thousand to 5 thousand rubles. Fines for legal entities for visitors without masks range from 300 thousand rubles, noted Popova.

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The court arrested the assets of the ex-management of B&N Bank in a claim for 306 billion rubles. :: Finance :: RBC

Mikail Shishkhanov

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A Moscow court arrested the assets of the banker Mikail Shishkhanov and the ex-management of B&N Bank at the suit of the Trust Bank for the amount of 306.5 billion rubles. This follows from the electronic filing cabinet

The claims of “Trust” are connected with the activities of Rost Bank, which since 2014 has been undergoing reorganization with B&N Bank and its subsidiaries.

B&N Bank itself was sent for reorganization by the Central Bank in September 2017.

A claim against the former management of B&N Bank, the bank of non-core assets “Trust” filed September 18. The lawsuit was filed against the former co-owner Mikail Shishkhanov, as well as the bank’s top managers – the former first deputy chairman of the board Alexander Lukin, ex-board member Alexei Farafontov and ex-member of the board of directors Kirill Lyubentsov.

Later, another lawsuit filed by Trust against Shishkhanov, Lukin and Lyubentsov, as well as against Vladimir Kiryusha and foreign companies Forcipe Investments Ltd, Kinetic Services Corp. was registered in the file of arbitration cases. The amount of the claim is 22.7 billion rubles.

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Rada allowed Kiev to play a significant role in Belarusian protests :: Politics :: RBC

According to Zagorodny, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskiy was forced to cross out his good relations with Belarusian leader Alexander Lukashenko. “Maybe he personally had a different point of view. But the puppet regime is called that because someone else is pulling the strings, ”the politician said.


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September 16, during a meeting with the political activists of the Republic of Lukashenko statedthat Ukraine, contrary to the spirit of relations between the two countries, has become an outpost of political provocations. The President classified Ukraine as one of the US satellites, which have been jointly preparing for the current “time of H” over the past ten years. The next day Lukashenka applied to the peoples of Lithuania, Poland and Ukraine with an appeal not to let the war start and to stop their politicians.

In response to these statements, the Minister of Internal Affairs of Ukraine Arsen Avakov named Lukashenka’s words about Kiev’s interference in Minsk’s affairs are nonsense and invited him to “drink some water”. “We think about Ukraine and wish only peace and prosperity to Belarus. <...> Ukrainians are friends of Belarusians, do not manipulate by blaming your neighbors. Look for the beam in your own eye, ”Avakov said.




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Protests in Belarus have continued since August 9. On that day, the multi-day presidential elections ended, as a result of which Lukashenka, who has been in power for 26 years, won. Those who disagree with the results regularly organize rallies and protest rallies.

Even before the presidential elections, at the end of July, a group of 33 people was detained on the territory of Belarus. In the Belarusian KGB statedthat the detainees were employees of Wagner’s private military company (PMC). With regard to detainees aroused criminal cases on preparation of a terrorist attack and riots. The state agency BelTA wrote that the Russians came to Belarus to destabilize the situation on the eve of the presidential elections. The Kremlin considered the detention of the Russians groundless.


Lukashenko said about envy of Russians and Ukrainians towards Belarusians


Alexander Lukashenko

Belarus let go detained “PMC militants” on August 14. 32 of the 33 detainees returned to Russia. One of them, in addition to Russian, has Belarusian citizenship, so he remained on the territory of the republic. The Ukrainian authorities demanded the extradition of nine detainees, Kiev suspects them of terrorism. Vladimir Zelensky named Minsk’s decision to hand over the detainees to Moscow is unfair. Zelensky called the whole situation around the return of the Russians detained in Belarus “a story in which trust and objectivity were neglected.”

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Ministry of Transport confirmed plans to switch to free transport by 2035 :: Society :: RBC

The government is considering the option of encouraging urban residents to give up private cars and switch to public transport. To do this, they will begin to charge a fee for driving their cars on roads of all categories.

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The Russian government is indeed considering a possible transition to free public transport in cities by 2035. This is stated in the comments of the Ministry of Transport received by RBC.

According to the ministry, the “user pays” principle was created as part of the transport strategy back in March 2020. In accordance with this mechanism, from 2025, motorists will start paying for travel on roads of regional importance, and by 2035 – for travel on roads of all categories. After that, the transition to free public transport will begin in urban agglomerations.




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In late March, the government approved the document, making some changes. At the same time, the “user pays” mechanism and provisions on the transition to free travel have been preserved in it.


Ministry of Transport proposed to prepare for free transport and toll roads


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Atlético Nacional news: renewal and goals of Vladimir Hernández | Colombian Soccer | BetPlay League

Atlético Nacional completed a week with group training under the command of Juan Carlos Osorio. The purslane team is preparing for the challenges in the League and the 2020 South American Cup and Vladimir Hernández is one of the key players for the Risaraldense coach. The skilled playmaker will seek to help his team to reconnect with the titles.

“In three years I only won one Cup. It has been difficult, I wanted to win a League and we know what happened in that year (2018), it was a hard time personally and in the group. I still feel indebted, winning a League and an international tournament is something nice, more for the love, respect and admiration that everyone has for me in Medellín. I still owe them and I hope to get a title soon ”, he highlighted.

Regarding his renewal with the greens of Antioquia until December 2021, Vladimir indicated that “I am happy to have renewed one more year in this team, grateful to the colleagues, to the managers, I am happy for the respect they have had for me and with my family. I hope this year will be with many triumphs and many titles ”.

Regarding the group practices and the prompt competition, Hernández pointed out that “we were all waiting for the restart of the group training sessions, of the competition, six months have passed without playing, I think it will cost a bit, but the teams are going to show a good soccer. It started with the Super League and I hope all the players have a good return. Being with colleagues again, being able to hug them, get closer, be with them is something that motivates us a lot. This is another family that we see every day, we have been together for a long time and we even take time to ‘suck cock’ “.

In addition, “despite all the time we were at home, we won a lot physically to face this short tournament and we are going to need all the players. The group looks very good, it is very compact, showing a good physical part and I hope we can show it with good results when the tournament begins ”.

The former Junior spoke about how Juan Carlos Osorio places him in those soccer practices and what he expects of him on the pitch. “The ‘teacher’ (Osorio) has been placing me on the left wing, trying to face the right and seeking that association with (Andrés) the ‘rifle’ Andrade, with Jefferson (Duque) or whoever is in the lead. It’s what the coach wants, the ability to unite, to build a wall, to fix the four defenders with those we have in attack.

Regarding the ‘mister’, “the ‘teacher’ Osorio is a technician who gives one hundred percent, he suffered a lot not having the whole group working, but with the group training we have been working on the tactical part, being in solidarity with the loss of the ball and when we have the ball to be united with the desire to maintain possession ”.

Thinking about what is coming for the League and the South American Cup, Vladimir explained that “we have maintained a base, only Daniel (Muñoz) left a player who contributed a lot, but we have a great group, we spend a lot of time together and that is going to help to find the League and the South American Cup. We are on the right track, we hope to achieve the necessary results to fight for those titles ”.

Finally, the player spoke about the risks that will be run when football returns. “There is fear, not only because of crashes, because in this group we are very loyal and we go without the intention of harming our partner. It goes more for the muscular aspect due to the lack of activity, but the coaching staff has been watching us and just by warning a fatigue, they lower the intensity ”.

Juan Camilo Alvarez Serrano
FUTBOLRED correspondent
Medellin
En twitter: @juanchoserran8

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Trump called Abe the greatest prime minister :: Politics :: RBC

Shinzo Abe

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US leader Donald Trump, speaking with Shinzo Abe, praised his work and called him the greatest prime minister in the history of Japan. About it wrote on Twitter, Deputy White House Press Secretary Judd Deere.

“The President said that Prime Minister Abe has done a fantastic job and that relations between the United States and Japan are better today than ever,” he said.

According to the deputy press secretary, both politicians said they hope to continue their “wonderful friendship” in the future.


Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe resigns


Shinzo Abe

how writes Sankei Shimbun, Trump and Abe spoke on the phone. The latter also thanked the US President for strengthening Japanese-American relations.

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RDIF announced the start of the third phase of the coronavirus vaccine trial :: Society :: RBC

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Post-registration clinical trials of a coronavirus vaccine are starting in Moscow, 40 thousand people will take part in the study. This is stated in the message of the Russian Direct Investment Fund (RDIF), received by RBC.

Russian Direct Investment Fund, Sovereign Fund of the Russian Federation, Moscow Government and National Research Center for Epidemiology and Microbiology named after N.F. The Gamaleis announce the start of a post-registration clinical trial, ”the message says.


Gamaleya Center eliminated the need to take tests before vaccination



With the support of RDIF, tests will be carried out in five more countries.

Russians over 18 years old with a Moscow compulsory medical insurance policy can participate in the study. In addition, candidates should not be sick with SARS, not have contact with those infected with coronavirus at least two weeks before the start of vaccination, and also not be sick with COVID-19.

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Russia: doctors fight to save opponent Alexei Navalny

Navalny, one of the harshest critics of the Kremlin and the president Vladimir Putin, was traveling from Tomsk, in Siberia, to Moscow in a plane that had to make an emergency landing when the opposition leader began to feel bad.

“Doctors are doing everything they can, they are really fighting to save his life,” said Anatoli Kalinitshenko, deputy director of the Omsk hospital, where the opponent was admitted to the intensive care unit, on an artificial respirator.

The activist’s spokeswoman, Kira Yarmysh, who was traveling with him, assured on Echo Moscow radio that he had been the victim of a “intentional poisoning”.

“We believe Alexei was poisoned with something mixed in his tea. That was the only thing he drank in the morning,” he said on Twitter.

“Doctors say the poison was quickly absorbed through the hot liquid”added.

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Alexei Navalny, leader of the Russian opposition.

Dr. Anatoli Kalinitshenko specified that Alexei Navalny’s condition was “stable” and pointed out that it was too early to confirm that it was a poisoning.

Through its spokesman, Dmitri Peskov, the Kremlin wished Navalny, “like any other Russian citizen,” “a speedy recovery” and pointed out that the poisoning for now was only a “mere assumption.”

The opposition leader, a 44-year-old lawyer, known for his anti-corruption campaigns against senior officials and his outspoken criticism of Russian President Vladimir Putin, has suffered physical attacks in the past.

In 2017, he suffered chemical burns to one eye when individuals threw a green liquid used as a disinfectant in his face.

Navalny, his supporters and their families are often detained and under pressure from police across the country.

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Journalists of Mishustin’s pool suspected coronavirus :: Politics :: RBC

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Several journalists who accompanied Russian Prime Minister Mikhail Mishustin on a trip to the Far East, tested positive for coronavirus during the testing phase. This information was confirmed by TASS press secretary of the head of the Cabinet of Ministers Boris Belyakov.

“The necessary measures were taken promptly. Colleagues have been isolated and are under medical supervision. They receive all-round assistance, ”Belyakov said.


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Mikhail Mishustin arrived on an official visit to the Far East on 13 August. The first point of the Russian prime minister’s visit was Chukotka. In Anadyr, Mishustin visited several social and industrial facilities and met with the head of the region, Roman Kompin. Until August 18, Mishustin plans to visit three more Far Eastern regions – the Amur and Magadan regions, as well as Kamchatka, where he will hold a meeting on the electric power industry and gasification of the Far East.

In Magadan, the prime minister planned to inspect social and infrastructure facilities, as well as talk with Governor Sergei Nosov. Khabarovsk Territory was not on the list of regions that Mishustin will visit.

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In Russia, 5057 new cases of coronavirus were detected per day :: Society :: RBC

The total number of infected people exceeded 907 thousand. Over the past 24 hours, no COVID-19 cases were found in two Russian regions – the Nenets and Chukotka Autonomous Districts

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Over the past day, 5,057 new cases of coronavirus infection COVID-19 have been identified in Russia, according to the operational headquarters to combat the disease.

The total number of infected people as of August 13 was 907,758.

According to the headquarters, over the past 24 hours, cases were registered in 83 regions of the country. At the same time, 1.3 thousand people (26.3%) do not have clinical manifestations of the disease.


In Russia, 124 people died from COVID-19 per day


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In Moscow, 692 cases of infection were detected, in total, since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, 250.3 thousand people have been confirmed. In second place in terms of the number of infected per day is the Sverdlovsk region (162 people, 22.9 thousand in total), in third – St. Petersburg (160, 33.5 thousand in total).

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