How can a mobilized person suspend his enforcement proceedings?

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Conscription often becomes a problem for Russians whose debts are already taken care of by bailiffs, — a serviceman's income may change dramatically, and deductions from the card will continue to be made in the usual amount. On September 28, the FSSP published clarifications in its official Telegram channel, which will be another good news in the treasury of preferences for the mobilized. What the Freeze Law Says enforcement proceedings and what explanations were given by bailiffs, — in the material

What did the FSSP say about the mobilized debtors? 

The agency published a message on its official Telegram channel stating that in respect of mobilized Russians with debts that have reached the stage of enforcement proceedings, the collection process will be suspended for the period of military service. 

What does the law say about the suspension of enforcement proceedings for military personnel? 

In Art. 40 of the Federal Law “On Enforcement Proceedings” the bailiff has the right to suspend enforcement proceedings in a declarative manner if the debtor is doing military service by conscription. Since earlier it was not necessary to interpret what “by call” means, — In addition to compulsory military service, there was only contract service, which was not subject to this article, the FSSP explained that the rules also apply to Russians who are subject to conscription for military service for mobilization in accordance with the Federal Law “On mobilization training and mobilization in Russian Federation».

What should be done to suspend debt collection?

By law, nothing happens automatically — a debtor called up for military service must write an application to the FSSP with a request to suspend enforcement proceedings, attaching documents confirming the reason. deductions right at the recruiting station — reception points for employees of the compulsory enforcement service will be organized there. 

What to do if you haven't submitted an application to the military registration and enlistment office?

Interaction between the Federal Bailiff Service and the Ministry of Defense on ensuring the rights of mobilized debtors — an exception to the rule: this order was introduced only for the duration of mobilization. Given that the suspension of enforcement proceedings for conscripts — a permanent rule enshrined in the law, there are other ways to contact the bailiff-executor:

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The self-employed will have the right to take paid sick leave

Russians who work as self-employed will be entitled to paid sick leave. The details of the program were given by the Ministry of Labor of the Russian Federation.

“You can connect to the voluntary social insurance program for the self-employed through the My Tax application. At the same time, it is possible to pay contributions in equal installments throughout the year using auto payment. That is, it will be possible to connect to the insurance program in the most simple and convenient way for a citizen via a mobile application, without certificates and personal visits», — Andrey Pudov, Deputy Minister of the Ministry, said.

The self-employed are offered to insure the basic insured income. Its size is 32,484 rubles. To get the right to sick leave payments, every month it will be necessary to contribute 1247 rubles to the social insurance fund for six months.

The amount of payments will depend on the past work experience and experience of participation in the voluntary insurance program. In the first year, for the month of illness, the payments will be: with a work experience of more than eight years – & nbsp; 22.7 thousand rubles, with an experience of five to eight years – 18.1 thousand rubles, with an experience of up to five years – 13.6 thousand rubles. Starting from the second year of participation in the program, payments will amount to 32.4 thousand rubles, 25.9 thousand rubles. and 19.4 thousand rubles. accordingly.

The self-employed with excellent health will receive discounts when paying monthly contributions, the Ministry of Labor promises. After 18 months without insured events, its size will be reduced by 10%, and after 24 months – by 30%.

Under the terms of the voluntary insurance program, sick leave is paid in case of illness, injury, abortion or procedure  in vitro fertilization, prosthetics or treatment in sanatorium organizations after inpatient treatment of the self-employed, quarantine of the insured or his child under the age of 7 attending a preschool educational organization, or an incapacitated family member.

Earlier it was reported that 5.4 million Russians have already decided for themselves the status of self-employed 

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RFU and the Ministry of Sports are discussing reservations for footballers from mobilization

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Employees of the Russian Football Union (RFU) communicate with representatives of the Ministry of Sports of the Russian Federation about booking athletes from conscription for military service as part of partial mobilization, RIA Novosti Sport reports with reference to the RFU communications service.

It is noted that when communicating with the Ministry, the RFU speaks, among other things, on behalf of football leagues and clubs.

Earlier it was reported that the bronze medalist of the 2008 European Championship as part of the Russian football team, 37-year-old Diniyar Bilyaletdinov received a summons from the military commissariat.

Recall that the President of the Russian Federation announced a partial mobilization in the country on September 21. It is planned that 300,000 reservists will be called up as part of it.

Russian leader Press Secretary Dmitry Peskov previously denied information that Russia plans to call up a million people as part of partial mobilization.

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Climatologist: warming could cause regular autumn hurricanes in Russia

Global warming, which has caused frequent spring hurricanes in Russia, can lead to regular autumn hurricanes, said climatologist Alexander Rodin to

"Spring hurricanes have become practically the climatic norm in central Russia. And, perhaps, there will be regular autumn hurricanes, also associated with the restructuring of atmospheric currents. This, by the way, may be directly related to the warming of the Arctic», — he noted.

Also, climate change has led to steady heat waves that can last in any region for months and provoke natural fires. 

Recall that on September 18, Kursk collapsed Hurricane. Two people became victims of the disaster. 87 settlements in the region were left without electricity.

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Camouflage in a bag: what the city has prepared for those leaving for the military unit

Plot Partial mobilization in Russia looked into duffel bag, which is given from the government of Moscow at mobilization points.

All citizens mobilized in the capital, now receive a gift from the city. It consists of two parts. First — universal, it includes personal hygiene items. And here is the second part of the gift set is selected individually for each mobilized. Clothes and shoes must be measured, linen is given to sizes.

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Putin: we need to correct mistakes during mobilization and prevent them from happening again

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President of Russia Vladimir Putin, during a meeting with permanent members of the Security Council of the Russian Federation, said that numerous questions were received from the Russians on partial mobilization, it was important to correct all mistakes and prevent their repetition, RIA Novosti reports.

According to the Russian leader, it is necessary to understand each specific situation of illegal conscription for military service and return citizens back if mistakes are made.

The President said that all instructions for partial mobilization have already been given, criteria are formulated. Russians who have military experience should be called upon, it is important to strictly comply with this point, Vladimir Putin emphasized.

He also drew attention to the problem that some volunteers who come to the military registration and enlistment offices without a summons are turned back,  while calling on the service of those who can not. In this situation, everything should be sorted out, without fuss, the head of state said.

In addition, according to Vladimir Putin, prosecutors have been included in the draft commissions, who need to respond quickly to such situations.

During the meeting, the President asked the Prosecutor General of the Russian Federation Igor Krasnov to report on the progress of partial mobilization.

Recall that the President of the Russian Federation announced a partial mobilization in the country on September 21. It is planned that 300,000 reservists will be called up as part of it.

Russian leader Press Secretary Dmitry Peskov previously denied information that Russia plans to call up a million people as part of partial mobilization.

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


The doctor spoke about the diseases that people over 40 are susceptible to

After the age of 40, significant changes occur in the body, including hormonal changes, which serve as a trigger for aging. Doctor of Medical Sciences, Professor Svetlana Kanevskaya told about this.

After 40 years, the reproductive system slows down in women. At the age of 40-45, the ovaries stop working. Stopping reproductive functions takes more than five years. The changes are due to a decrease in estrogen levels.

In men, by the age of 40-45, there is 15% less testosterone. The production of male sex hormone decreases at the age of 30-35 by an average of 2% every year. Due to a decrease in the level of testosterone, which is responsible for metabolic processes, men often gain weight.

Other disorders also occur. By the age of 40, people lose up to 2% of muscle mass every year. The bone mass becomes less dense. In this regard, sarcopenia develops, the risk of osteoporosis and diabetes mellitus increases, the specialist said.

In addition, failures occur in the circulatory system with age due to the development of atherosclerosis. The hematopoietic system begins to work with disorders, which is fraught with strokes, cerebral hemorrhages, myocardial infarctions.

Vision also becomes worse, farsightedness and problems with the nervous system often occur.

Kanevskaya recommends regularly in a complex check the body, carry out the necessary corrective procedures for the prevention of diseases.

Earlier, psychotherapist Evgeny Fomin said that in the autumn-spring period, some people experience an exacerbation of neurotic disorders, anxiety increases and possible phobias intensify.

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“Marine biota suffocated.” Oceanologist – about the consequences of the accident on the Potokah

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On 26 September, both lines of the gas pipeline were damaged in the territorial waters of Denmark

"Nord Stream — 1″ and one of two lines of Nord Stream — 2". These destructions, in addition to the obvious economic ones, will also have environmental consequences, because tens of millions of cubic meters of gas were thrown into the Baltic Sea.

Filip Sapozhnikov, Senior Researcher at the Institute of Oceanology of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Candidate of Biological Sciences

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Dmitry Pisarenko, — What do you, as a specialist, know about this accident?< /p>

Philip Sapozhnikov: — Powerful explosions on the bottom of the Baltic were spotted by Swedish seismologists. The destruction occurred on two pipelines — on "Nord Stream — 2″  to southeast of Bornholm Island, where the current moves to the east of the Baltic Sea, and  "North Stream — 1″ to the north-east of the island, where the current goes westward, towards the Danish Straits.

Several tens of millions of cubic meters of gas got into the sea. He was in pipes under pressure of 300 atmospheres. In "Nord Stream — 2″ the pressure dropped to 7 atmospheres, and considering that at the depth of 75 meters, where the pipes are laid, the water pressure is 8.5 atmospheres, it had to enter through the holes formed into the pipeline and fill it.< /p>

It is clear that this is not a natural disaster. Pipe Diameter — almost 1.5 meters long, the pipeline was designed to withstand any natural disasters that could occur in the area, according to the statistics of many decades and even centuries. There was no movement of the earth's crust there, so there is no doubt that this is a diversion. The explosion led to the formation of large holes in pipes, and gas under high pressure began to escape into water.

— How dangerous this gas is for natural environment and marine fauna?

— "SP-2" was filled with technical gas, and "SP-1" — natural. Technical gas — it is a gas accompanying, for example, oil production. It consists of light hydrocarbons, mainly of methane. A natural gas, which was in "SP-1" — it is a mixture of propane, butane, methane, there was also oxygen, carbon dioxide. This mixture burns effectively, and it's good that no ignition occurred when it came to the surface.

— And could?

— Let me remind you that during the Crimean earthquakes of 1927 the Black Sea burned — then hydrogen sulfide came out on the surface, which is very abundant in its depths, and lightning strikes, and also just saturation processes in the drive layer, led to a fire. L fortunately, this hasn not happened now.

Once in the water, the gas rushed to the surface in huge bubbles. What was happening? The gas expanded, the bubbles grew in volume, collided with each other, crushed. The gas rapidly rose up and went out into the atmosphere, but partially dissolved in the water column. And those marine organisms that were within a radius of several hundred meters from this fountain»received a chemical burn — gas poisoning.

These organisms had to experience severe stress: they fell into a powerful and voluminous “gas chamber”, from which they could not get out and inevitably died. While the gas "siphon" from the bottom, he was supposed to kill zooplankton, phytoplankton, jellyfish, fish, and possibly marine mammals, if they were there. All this marine biota suffocated because the gas balance of the aqueous solution changed and it simply did not have enough oxygen.

Deadly “cloud” off the coasts of Denmark and Sweden

— If part of the gas dissolves in water, what will happen to it?

— "Cloud" dissolved gas moves downstream, stretching out into a long and narrow strip. I repeat, the flow from "SP-1" goes to side the Danish Straits, from "SP-2" — to the east of the Baltic Sea. This gas will gradually escape into the atmosphere, but there is a lot of it.

Wherever this “cloud” goes, it brings dead plankton with it. Everything that died will gradually settle down and create blockages at the bottom. They are fraught with prolonged decay and the formation of additional methane and hydrogen sulfide. In principle, the Baltic Sea has its own exclusion zones, where hydrogen sulfide is at depth and organic rots, so it isn the worst thing.

The fish that will meet such a gas “cloud” must go to the side — she feels well the change in the concentration of gases in the water. So she can be saved. But for marine mammals and birds living on the surface, there is a danger. And the reason is that this gas is odorless. These creatures will not feel the gas coming out of the water, and may suffocate.

— Is there a threat to humans?< /p>

— Yes, if they boat over this "cloud". They can simply inhale the gas and get poisoned. It was not in vain that shipping was immediately restricted in the area of ​​the accident. Firstly, if  a ship got into  the zone of action of the gas "fountain", beating from the bottom of the sea, it could cause poisoning of the crew. Secondly, in the  zone of such a rarefaction of the water, the ship could easily fail, losing its buoyancy.

It is not yet clear whether this plume will reach the Danish Straits. But it is unlikely to will pose a danger to the coast and people living on it (and these are the territories of Denmark and Sweden), because it is far from the coast. But some traces of the “cloud” can reach the Danish Straits. Then and nbsp; there, poisoning of bottom biota is possible, which will fall into the zone of its influence in shallow waters.

— What's next? Will the gas eventually come out of the water? How long will this last?

—         Bacteria inhabit              those very dead-end zones that I said about are inhabited by bacteria that oxidize hydrocarbons, feed on them, and reproduce actively. They absorb them at the physiological level. The spores of these bacteria are all over the sea. Now they will begin to process the gas contained in the water. I think its final disposal will take about two weeks.

— What are the conditions in this region of the Baltic to be able to repair the gas pipeline?

— The weather conditions there are going to be generally bad. In autumn, the weather deteriorates, strong storms begin. Given the sanctions and the current political environment, repairs could take many months. If they take him at all.

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The expert told how the climate in Russia will change by the end of the century

Average temperatures in Russia will rise by 3-4 degrees by the end of the century. This was told to by the executive director of the scientific and technical center for monitoring the environment and ecology of the Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology, climatologist Alexander Rodin.

According to him, this situation will cause significant changes in the habitat of many organisms, including bacteria and viruses. In this regard, serious changes in healthcare may be required. There will be a need for new sanitary and epidemiological stations, medications. People will need to be regularly examined and vaccinated.

According to the expert, nature will adapt to changes: brown bears will crowd out polar bears in places, trees will begin to grow where they are not now, there will be less severe frosts.

At present, the planet is at the peak of warming after a period of decrease in temperature indicators. The cycle is natural, but the human factor has accelerated it.

It was previously reported that barometer readings would reach the baric bottom in Moscow and amount to 728 millimeters of mercury, which is 17-20 units below the norm.

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Belgorod military registration and enlistment office denied the “order” on the withdrawal of equipment for the needs of the army

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The military commissariat of the Belgorod region denied the alleged order of the department on the mobilization and seizure of equipment that appeared on social networks, the regional headquarters reported.

It is noted that the military registration and enlistment office called this “order” fake.

“Such a document was not published in the department and was not signed by the head of the commissariat”, — emphasized there.

The fake document says that the Belgorod military registration and enlistment office orders the heads of organizations of all forms of ownership to supply serviceable vehicles, construction and other equipment for the needs of the army.

Earlier it was reported that the region was reduced the required number of citizens who should be called up as part of partial mobilization.

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They spend the night in the car, suffer mockery. What do the Russians who have left face?

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In order to leave for neighboring countries, Russians have to stand in traffic jams at the border for several days. But the ordeal of migrants does not end there. People cannot rent a house due to high demand, they spend the night in cars and face mockery from local residents who are forced to respond to the camera than Crimea. has collected stories about how people fleeing partial mobilization are met in Kazakhstan. 

Boycott for helping the Russians

The director of a cinema in Kazakhstan's Uralsk invited the Russians, who they can't find accommodation.

“We vacated one hall, organized tea, volunteers brought hot meals. So we gathered about four halls, and this is about 200 people”, — said the director of the local cinema Dilara Mukhambetova.

However, in response to such a humane gesture, the woman received a wave of hatred from the citizens of Kazakhstan. 

«Boycott to this cinema», «Why pity them? These fascists and invaders. Let them go to their Raska”, “We need to attract this cinema park for collaborationism”, “Why don't you open the doors to our citizens who have nowhere to live?” — commentators were indignant. 

Taunting the camera

In Kazakhstan, Russians who have arrived are still being bombarded with questions about "whose Crimea" and being called deserters. Provocateurs post videos on social networks. 

For example, a company of Russian people was attacked in a Kazakh store. The author of the video mockingly forces to answer the question about the status of the peninsula and insults the Russians in every possible way, saying that they will soon come for them. 

«Whose Crimea?» — another resident of Kazakhstan asks the two men on camera. “Whose Crimea, trees? And Lugansk, Donetsk? — the master of the situation is not appeased. 

A chicken coop at the price of a palace 

Since the announcement of the beginning of partial mobilization in large cities of neighboring countries, the demand for housing has increased dramatically. 

People are forced to spend the night in cars . For example, Sergei (name changed) went to Georgia with a 6-year-old child. Due to high demand and inflated prices, the family continues to live in the car.

In Kazakhstan, not only hotels and apartments are rented at a triple price, but even the most unattractive options.

For example, a kopeck piece in Almaty costs about 80 thousand Russian rubles, a three-ruble note — 120 thousand. Even on the outskirts of Uralsk, odnushki are offered for 24 thousand rubles. Prices for two-room apartments — 50 thousand rubles, and the so-called elite housing — up to 73 thousand rubles per month. 

Residents of Kazakhstan, who are used to renting housing, complain about a sharp rise in prices — they are afraid that they will also remain on the street.

Flash mob in TikTok

TikTok users from Kazakhstan launched a flash mob dedicated to Russians coming to the country. In ironic videos to the sound of “Remember” they recalled the “Slavs only” label that accompanied the announcements of renting an apartment, as well as how they themselves were discriminated against on the basis of nationality.

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It’s hard, scary, but necessary. History of 1941 mobilization

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It is often believed that on June 22, 1941, the Soviet Union in many ways plunged into uncontrollable chaos, since both the state and the military leadership of the country turned out to be un prepared for an attack of such magnitude.

«1905−1918 inclusive»

It would seem this is confirmed by the events of the first months of the war. Yes, there were serious mistakes and miscalculations. But the mechanisms that ultimately ensured the victory started working from the first day of the Great Patriotic War.

The Decree of the Presidium of the Supreme Soviet of the USSR dated June 22, 1941 read as follows: Constitution of the USSR The Presidium of the Supreme Soviet of the USSR announces mobilization on the territory of military districts — Leningrad, Baltic special, Western special, Kyiv special, Odessa, Kharkov, Oryol, Moscow, Arkhangelsk, Ural, Siberian, Volga, North Caucasian and Transcaucasian. Persons liable for military service born from & nbsp; 1905 to & nbsp; 1918 inclusive are subject to mobilization. Consider June 23, 1941 as the first day of mobilization.

General mobilization — This is a term that should not be taken literally. The first wave of military mobilization did not affect absolutely the entire mobilization resource of the country. Moreover, the decree of  22 June affected only about every fourth or fifth of conscripts. Of 17 military districts, mobilization affected 14.

Pre-war preparations and plan MP-41

In fact, the decree on mobilization did not start, but continued the process. In January 1938, the number of the Red Army was less than 1.6 million people. Hitler's expansion in Europe by this time left no doubt the inevitability of a major crisis.

In  1939, the Universal Conscription Act came into force, reducing the age of conscription from 21 years to 19 years. Lowering the age of service has also reduced the number of possible reasons for granting deferrals, etc. In addition, the holding of training camps for reservists in the spring of 1941, as well as an increase in the number of conscripts at the end of 1940, together ensured an increase in the number of the Red Army to 5 million people by 22 June 1941      /p>

According to pre-war plans, this was supposed to be half the size of the army that is needed in the conditions of a large-scale war.

In  in accordance with the mobilization plan MP-41, brought into action on June 23, 1941 , in the period to 1 July in the Red Army, 5.3 million people were mobilized, of which about 500 000 reserve officers .

The data on devaders — their number was less than 1 percent. This was explained both by the consciousness of Soviet citizens, and by the fact that many expected something like the liberation of Western Ukraine and Western Belarus, or, in the extreme case, the Soviet-Finnish war.

< h2>Everything according to staff

A common misconception based on Soviet war  — mobilized directly from the railway station went to the front. It's not quite true. Such a situation began to arise when the situation on the front was becoming absolutely catastrophic. Initially, the flows of mobilized were strictly divided. Those who were assigned to units based in western districts were sent to concentration areas. Assigned to units advancing to the battlefields from places of permanent deployment, they arrived in garrisons assigned to departed units, where they were used to create reserve formations (reserves of warring regiments and brigades). The third part of the mobilized went to the rear to form new units. The fourth part went to an even deeper reserve in remote districts.

The pre-war plans of the General Staff of the Red Army assumed that this would be enough to stop the enemy’s breakthrough, and then push him back, proceeding to offensive actions.

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We know what really happened in the first days of the war. Already in the first ten days of July, a resolution of the State Defense Committee “On the formation of additional rifle units” was issued. Large losses in killed, wounded and prisoners are forcing the Red Army command to switch to what is called “permanent mobilization”.

Contemporaries recalled that the July mobilization — August 1941 looked truly tragic. Women, seeing off fathers, husbands, brothers, sons, could already imagine what was happening, and understood that their relatives were going to certain death. But, nevertheless, it is not necessary to speak about the manifestation of cowardice.

By the end of summer, the mobilization of those liable for military service born in 1895-1904 began, and in the late autumn of 1941 approximately 300,000 people born in 1890-1894 were called up. These older ages were used in the formation of auxiliary units, employed together with civilians in the construction of defensive structures.

At the same time, the formation of parts of the people's militia was going on, where people were enrolled who, for one reason or another, did not fall under mobilization. Here the principle of voluntariness was applied. At the same time, command personnel were allocated to the militias from among the regular officers.

Mobilization of recruits. Moscow, June 23, 1941. Photo: RIA Novosti / Anatoly Garanin

The surprise of Franz Halder

As a result, by the end of 1941, about 14 million people were mobilized. Of these, about 2.2 million were sent as the so-called marching replenishment to the units operating directly on the front. The rest were sent either to the formation of new rifle, tank and cavalry formations, or, as already mentioned, to construction units.

August 11, 1941 Chief of the German General Staff Franz Haldernoted in his diary: “By the beginning of the war, we” had about 200 enemy divisions against us. Now we already have 360 ​​enemy divisions. These divisions, of course, are not as armed and not as well-equipped as ours, and their command is tactically much weaker than ours, but be that as it may be, these divisions exist».

The mobilization process did not stop there. The heavy losses of the Red Army in 1941 in killed, wounded and prisoners demanded compensation. And young men who reached military age went to the front.

Wartime demobilization: who and why were they sent home?

In total, during the years of the Great Patriotic War, about 34.5 million people served in the units of the Red Army. At the end of hostilities, there were 12.8 million left in the army, of which about 1 million were in hospitals.

The total irretrievable losses of the Red Army amounted to about 11.5 million (died in battles, died of wounds, tortured by the Nazis in captivity, missing).

During the war, almost 3.8 were demobilized million military personnel. Most of they returned home due to the effects of injuries, but there were those who were fired due to old age. There were  servicemen discharged due to pregnancy — Yes, don don forget that women also fought, but remained women.

More than 3.6 million people were sent to serve in the rear formations that were not part of the defense department, and also to work in industry. About 1.4 million were seconded to serve in the NKVD, and also to complete the allied armies (primarily the Polish Army).

Unpleasant, but necessary mention — over 430,000 servicemen were convicted for various crimes.

The last military draft: how guys born in 1927 served for 8 years

In the autumn of 1944, the State Defense Committee announced the last military draft — young men born in 1927 were mobilized (during the war years, the draft age was reduced to 17 years).

These conscripts were already deliberately protected, trying not to be sent to the front line. Nevertheless, among them were those who fell into hell, including participated in the storming of Berlin, and then fought militaristic Japan. And  the boys died along with the elders.

In 1946 1948 there was no conscription for military service in the USSR. There was a reverse process — gradual reduction of the Armed Forces to peacetime norms. The demobilization was carried out in six waves, the last of which occurred at the beginning of 1948 of the year. At this point, the backbone of the Soviet Army was made up of conscripts born in 1926 & ndash; 1927.

The new law on universal conscription was adopted in 1949 . He assumed a 3-year service in ground forces and aviation and 4-year — in navy. But these norms did apply to soldiers of the last military draft, whose service life was indefinite. As a result, they served in the army for 6-8 years. So the history of the mobilization of the Great Patriotic War could be considered completely ended only from 1953 .

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The authorities will allocate more than ₽21 billion for the work of movements of children and youth

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Starting next year, 21.35 billion rubles will be allocated for the work of the recently created all-Russian movement of children and youth. per year, follows from the instructions of Russian President Vladimir Putin, published on the Kremlin website.

In 2022, the authorities will allocate 379 million rubles to Rosmolodezh to financially support the work of the new movement, including to pay its employees. from the government's reserve fund.

The presidential administration was instructed to introduce the state post of chairman of the board of the movement by October 1. Until December 31, the government, together with the authorities of Moscow, must allocate and transfer premises to the movement for its administration.

The bill on the children's movement was submitted to the State Duma on May 19, the centenary of the pioneer organization. The explanatory note to the document stated that the law was developed to promote “the implementation of state policy in the interests of children and youth,” as well as “for the participation [of the state] in the upbringing of children, their professional orientation, and leisure activities.” The State Duma and the Federation Council approved the amendments, and the President signed the law on July 14.

The movement will be voluntary, and students over the age of six will be able to join. Mentors-counselors will be adult Russians, these cannot be foreign agents and persons affiliated with them. Organizations-foreign agents will not be able to participate in the work of the movement.

At first it was planned to name this movement “Big Change”, but in the end, the deputies decided to give its participants the opportunity to choose a name for its participants at the congress in December. The movement will have its own symbolism— anthem, emblems and flags — and get the opportunity to open branches abroad.

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Russia will not appoint a new permanent representative to the EU in the near future

Moscow does not intend to appoint a new permanent representative to the EU in the near future after the departure of Vladimir Chizhov and will be represented at the level of charge d'affaires, RBC learned 9/71/756644707963719.jpg 673w” media=”(max-width: 320px) and (-webkit-min-device-pixel-ratio: 2), (max-width: 320px) and (min-resolution: 192dpi) ” >

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Russia's permanent mission to the EU will be headed by a charge d'affaires, Moscow does not intend to appoint a new permanent representative after Vladimir Chizhov's departure, two sources familiar with the discussion told RBC. “In the near future, Russia does not intend to appoint a new permanent representative and will be represented in Brussels at the level of charge d'affaires. The issue is suspended indefinitely»,— one of them told RBC.

Another RBC source familiar with the discussion of the issue said that such an appointment is not planned in the near future.

The press service of the Russian permanent mission to the EU told RBC that “the timing of the appointment of a new permanent representative depends on many internal and external factors.” “At the same time, it is obvious that the activity of any Russian foreign agency implies the presence of its head, appointed by presidential decree. Until that time, Russia will be represented in EU Brussels at the level of Acting Permanent Representative,— added in the Russian diplomatic mission.

The permanent mission noted that they had repeatedly heard that the EU was in favor of maintaining channels of political dialogue. “However, in the current and future work in this area, the confrontational statements of the European Union, including those made by its leaders within and on the margins of the session of the UN General Assembly in New York, also have to be taken into account,” — concluded in permanent representation.

In turn, the official representative of the EU Foreign Service, Peter Stano, told RBC that he could not publicly comment on the process of issuing agremans and nominating permanent representatives. “We also do not comment on what steps the partners are taking in this regard and when they request (agrement) from us,” — he explained.

Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Alexander Grushko told reporters on Thursday that Russia has not yet asked the EU for a new envoy.

RBC sent a request to the Russian Foreign Ministry.

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The new EU Ambassador to Russia, Roland Galyarag, presented copies of his credentials to Grushko on September 27, after which he was able to start working as head of the EU diplomatic mission. The official representative of the Russian Foreign Ministry Maria Zakharova on September 15 on the air of the Soloviev Live TV channel stated that Galyarag was already in Moscow. Stano also spoke about this to RBC. However, the diplomat did not participate in the ceremony of presenting his credentials to Russian President Vladimir Putin, which took place in the Kremlin Palace on September 20.

Vladimir Chizhov has served as Russia's Permanent Representative to the European Union since 2005. On September 26, Russian President Vladimir Putin released him from his duties by decree. Chizhov, 68, said earlier. “I am no longer comfortable acting as a living monument to the strategic partnership between Russia and the EU,” — the diplomat told reporters on 12 September. He noted that during his “farewell visits” told his European colleagues that “burning bridges is much easier than rebuilding them later.”

As early as July 25, he became a candidate for the post of senator from Karelia. On September 11, elections of the head of the region were held in the republic, according to the law, during registration, candidates propose their three candidates for the post of senator. Chizhov was a candidate for senators from the executive branch of the current head of Karelia, Artur Parfenchikov, who won the election. On September 27, Chizhov was appointed a senator.

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The United States wants to become the main moderator of the negotiations between Armenia and Azerbaijan

Will the new mediators help Yerevan and Baku come to an agreement Negotiations between Armenia and Azerbaijan have intensified. The United States became the main mediators of the process. Yerevan is dissatisfied with Moscow's passivity, but Armenia has nothing to offer new partners yet, experts say =”(max-width: 320px) and (-webkit-min-device-pixel-ratio: 2), (max-width: 320px) and (min-resolution: 192dpi)” >

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On September 29, Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan announced the need to deploy international observers on the Armenian-Azerbaijani border, where it is still restless. The day before, the ceasefire regime was again violated on it, for which the parties accused each other. According to Yerevan, three people died from the Armenian side.

This happened against the backdrop of the negotiation process between Yerevan and Baku that intensified in the second half of September, the main moderators of which are trying to be the United States and the European Union. RBC examined how successful their mediation could be.

Intensification of negotiations

On September 28, a meeting was held at the White House between Secretary of the Security Council of Armenia Armen Grigoryan and Foreign Policy Adviser to the President of Azerbaijan Hikmet Hajiyev.< /p>

Yerevan said that the talks were held on the initiative of the American side. Grigoryan assessed the meeting in Washington as fruitful, and also stated that the September escalation was stopped thanks to the United States, among other things. According to Grigoryan, Armenia and Azerbaijan are discussing five interrelated problems— the return of prisoners and other humanitarian issues, the unblocking of transport communications in the region, the demarcation and delimitation of borders, as well as the settlement of the Nagorno-Karabakh problem. “In these directions, we tried to clarify how we should move forward. They are interconnected. In other words, the specifics were around these topics, how do we move forward, — Grigoryan said.

Hajiyev, who is considered one of the most influential persons in Azerbaijan's foreign policy, noted: “The main aspect here— continuation of efforts on the peace agenda within a specific time frame. The meeting discussed negotiations on a peace agreement, the delimitation of the Armenian-Azerbaijani border, the opening of transport lines, as well as the issues of anti-personnel mines and missing persons, which are part of the humanitarian agenda».

RBC wrote more than once, which is why the parties cannot agree. The main contradictions are connected with the uncertain status of Nagorno-Karabakh, as well as with the desire of Baku to open a land corridor to Nakhichevan. It is noteworthy that in New York, a few days before the meeting between Grigoryan and Hajiyev, during the high week of the UN General Assembly, also with the mediation of the United States, Foreign Ministers of the two countries Ararat Mirzoyan and Jeyhun Bayramov met.

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An even higher level meeting may soon follow. On October 6, Pashinyan will fly to Prague for an informal EU summit, where he can present a preliminary version of a peace treaty with Azerbaijan, Armenian media report. It is possible that on the sidelines of the summit, the Armenian prime minister will meet with Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, the Armenian Foreign Ministry said a week ago. This was confirmed on Thursday by Vice Speaker of the Armenian Parliament, Special Representative at the talks on the normalization of Armenian-Turkish relations Ruben Rubinyan. “Such a meeting can indeed take place. Meeting agenda— process of normalization of relations between Armenia and Turkey»,— he said. The Turkish authorities also spoke about the possibility of such a meeting. Ilham Aliyev may also be invited to the talks in Prague.

Change of landmarks

During the September aggravation on the Armenian-Azerbaijani border, when, according to official data, 207 Armenians and 77 Azerbaijanis were killed in a week of fighting, the United States, as well as some European countries, openly declared the inadmissibility of violating the territorial integrity of Armenia. On September 17, a delegation of the US Congress headed by Speaker Nancy Pelosi arrived in Yerevan on a three-day visit; she again described the position of Washington and held talks with representatives of key departments of the republic.

Russia, an ally of Armenia in the CSTO and a partner in the bilateral Treaty of Friendship, Cooperation and Mutual Assistance, took an essentially neutral position during the escalation, although Yerevan has repeatedly stated that Azerbaijani troops entered the territory of Armenia and “occupied” her.

Even the pro-Russian forces in the republic are dissatisfied with the way Moscow behaved in September, which, in this regard, proposed changing the guidelines for foreign policy. On September 28, Robert Kocharyan, leader of the oppositional Armenia Alliance, which has almost a third of the seats in parliament, and a personal friend of Russian President Vladimir Putin, proposed at a press conference in Yerevan that Iran be included in Armenia's new security architecture. “We should re-evaluate our security architecture, we should soberly assess which states can influence Azerbaijan and Turkey. It should be assessed that the levers of influence of Russia and the CSTO have significantly decreased, — Kocharyan said bluntly.

Tehran, at the height of the fighting on the Armenian-Azerbaijani border, unequivocally stated that it would resist Baku's attempts to cut a corridor to Nakhichevan by force and “any scenario that would damage the Iranian-Armenian border, which is a historical route connecting two neighboring countries.”


Yerevan is dissatisfied with Moscow not only because of its non-intervention during the September aggravation. On September 29, Pashinyan, without naming specific countries, said that Armenia's allies were not fulfilling their obligations on the supply of weapons. “We have cases when hundreds of millions of dollars have already been paid for weapons, but the obligations for deliveries in relation to Armenia are not fulfilled, including from the side of the allied countries. This is a painful reality, and we must analyze it, & mdash; he said at a government meeting.

On the same day, the Indian edition of The Economic Times reported that India would supply armaments and ammunition to Armenia for almost $250 million. Sources of the publication report that the order includes Pinaka multiple launch rocket systems.


“We see an attempt by Yerevan and Baku, that is, by both opposing sides, to look for a more influential mediator than Russia,” — notes an expert on Central Asian countries Arkady Dubnov. “I don’t see anything that Russia can offer today in the South Caucasus. Moscow's mediation has reached a dead end. And this impasse is caused by the abstraction of means— peacekeepers, the army and everything else,»,— he explained. However, it is difficult to say what the Americans and Europeans can offer Yerevan, except for observers from the OSCE, the UN or other peacekeeping contingent. According to Dubnov, it is extremely problematic to persuade Yerevan now to sign a peace treaty on Baku's terms.

It cannot be said that American efforts or the efforts of other countries are ousting Russia from the region as a mediator, Armenian political scientist Alexander Iskandaryan believes. “It is impossible to oust Russia from all directions. Russian peacekeepers are located along the perimeter of the Nagorno-Karabakh Republic and ensure the physical safety of the people living there. Therefore, the roles of the United States and France are different: they can provide platforms for negotiations, while Russia has the opportunity to influence the situation on the ground, — Iskandarian explained and acknowledged that the ability to maintain peace in the region is “extremely limited, to put it mildly.” «All negotiation platforms— not the most efficient. And it cannot be said that one of them displaces the other, — he summed up.

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Putin demanded to correct “all mistakes” made during mobilization

It is necessary to understand separately in each case when a mistake was made, Putin said. We are talking about such groups of citizens as fathers with many children, people with chronic diseases or those already out of military age, he noted


It is necessary to correct all the mistakes made during the partial mobilization and return home those who were called up without proper reason, President Vladimir Putin said at a meeting with the permanent members of the Russian Security Council.

According to the President, during the mobilization events, “a lot of information” comes from citizens; about the organization of conscription, quality, supply, living conditions and other issues.

“In the course of this mobilization, many questions arise. And you need to correct all the mistakes and avoid them in the future. Those citizens who, for example, are entitled to a delay. For example, we mean fathers of many children, or people suffering from chronic diseases, or who have already passed the draft age, — Putin said.

He added that each such case should be dealt with separately. “And if a mistake is made, I repeat: it needs to be corrected, to return home those who were called without proper reason,” — noted the president.

He also called on Prosecutor General Igor Krasnov to respond immediately to reports of violations. “On my instructions, the recruitment commissions, which are headed by the heads of the regions, also include prosecutors of the corresponding levels,” — he explained.

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Putin announced a partial mobilization in Russia on 21 September. Since the beginning of the mobilization activities, the authorities of a number of Russian regions began to report mistakes made in the framework of the draft campaign. For example, in the Belgorod region, after complaints were received, the conscription of 75 people was canceled. According to the head of the region Vyacheslav Gladkov, the appeals were mainly related to the call-up of students and representatives of professions important for the economy and the region.

The decision to call up a 59-year-old senior lieutenant of the reserve was canceled in the Saratov region . His daughter said that the man had no combat experience, he was only at a three-month training camp 40 years ago, and received the title after graduating from the military department. And in Buryatia, after clarifying the data, 70 fathers with many children were released, said the head of the region, Alexei Tsydenov. Also, the head of Yakutia, Aisen Nikolaev, also announced cases of errors. He noted that “this is unacceptable” and “erroneously called up will be returned.”

In a number of regions, special working groups have been created at the military registration and enlistment offices that accept appeals about errors during mobilization. They can also be submitted to the regional branches of the All-Russian Popular Front.

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Erdogan asks Putin to ‘give peace a chance’

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Turkish President Recep Erdogan called on his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin to take steps to reduce tensions around Ukraine and extend the deal on the export of Ukrainian grain. This is reported by Reuters with reference to the Turkish presidential administration.

Erdogan, touching upon the issue of referendums in the DPR, LPR, Zaporozhye and Kherson regions, also invited Putin to give the world another chance.

“President Erdogan called on Russian leader Vladimir Putin to give another chance to negotiations and said he was ready to play the role of mediator in this process,” says the Turkish presidential administration (quote from Habertürk).

The Kremlin report on the telephone conversation between Putin and Erdogan, in turn, says that during the conversation, the Russian president stressed that “the vote took place in a transparent manner, in full compliance with the norms and principles of international law.” “The inhabitants of these regions have exercised their right to self-determination in accordance with the provisions of the UN Charter, the international covenants on human rights of 1966 and the Helsinki Final Act of 1975,” indicated in it.

The grain agreement that Russia and Ukraine signed separately in July with Turkey and the UN expires at the end of November. With the consent of all parties, the contract can be extended. The agreement provides for the operation of a humanitarian corridor for the export of Ukrainian grain, as well as the involvement of the UN in lifting restrictions on the export of Russian agricultural products and fertilizers to world markets.

Referendums were held from 23 to 27 September. The authorities of the DPR, LPR and the territories of Kherson and Zaporozhye regions controlled by Russian forces recognized the vote as valid. According to the data they provided, the voters supported the entry of the territories into Russia.

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In Ukraine, referendums are considered “another attempt to annex Ukrainian territory.” If Russia recognizes their results, Kyiv will have “nothing to talk about with the President of Russia,” said Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky. Western countries, including the European Union and the United States, also refused to recognize the results of the vote.

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Putin told Erdogan about the “unprecedented sabotage” on the “Northern

Putin, in a conversation with the Turkish president, called what happened at Nord Stream an act of international terrorism and recalled that Russia decided to convene the UN Security Council

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On the Nord Stream 1 gas pipelines and Nord Stream 2 an “unprecedented sabotage was committed, in fact— an act of international terrorism,” President Vladimir Putin said during a conversation with Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, the Kremlin reports.

Putin said that the country is bringing this issue to the UN Security Council.

Among others The Kremlin named referendums in the DPR, LPR, Zaporozhye and Kherson regions, as well as a deal to export Ukrainian grain as topics of conversation.

The Turkish side's statement, quoted by the Anadolu agency, does not mention the situation with Russian gas pipelines.

On the morning of September 27, “daughter” Gazprom, the operator of Nord Stream AG, announced “unprecedented destruction” that occurred simultaneously on three lines of gas pipelines. The day before, Nord Stream 1 and Nord Stream 2 pressure dropped sharply. The Danish Maritime Authority reported a gas leak in the exclusive economic zone of the country and Sweden, local seismologists recorded powerful explosions. Nord Stream 2 AG establishes the causes.


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Some countries in Europe, including Sweden and Poland, regarded what happened as sabotage. The intentional nature of the attack that led to the leak was also announced by the EU and NATO. The Kremlin called the emergency on gas pipelines terrorist attacks at the “state level”.

The Danish authorities believe that more than half of the volume of gas from the damaged gas pipelines has leaked, and the rest will end by the end of the week. Approximately the same terms are given by Nord Stream AG, noting that it is now impossible to approach the scene of the incident.

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Guterres said that the annexation of Donbass will not have legal

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The entry of the DPR and LPR, as well as the territories of the Kherson and Zaporozhye regions controlled by Russian troops into Russia will not have legal force and “deserves condemnation”, said UN Secretary General António Guterres.

According to him, Russia, as one of the five permanent members of the UN Security Council, “bears a special responsibility for the observance of the charter”; this organization. “Any annexation of the territory of a state by another state as a result of the threat or use of force is a violation of the principles of the UN Charter and international law,” said Guterres.

He noted that the UN took an unequivocal position on the past referendums. “We are fully committed to the sovereignty, unity, independence and territorial integrity of Ukraine within its internationally recognized borders and in accordance with UN resolutions,” — said the Secretary General.

He added that the referendums in the territories lost by Ukraine were held “under the conditions of the ongoing armed conflict”; and “outside the Ukrainian legal and constitutional framework.” “They cannot be called a real expression of the people's will,” — Guterres emphasized.

Referendums in the DPR, LPR, as well as in the territories of the Kherson region and the Zaporozhye region of Ukraine controlled by Russian troops were held from September 23 to 27.

Russian President Vladimir Putin said that Moscow would support the results of the vote. “We cannot, we have no moral right to hand over people close to us to be torn to pieces by executioners. <…> We will support the decision about their future, which will be made by the majority of residents of the Donetsk and Lugansk People's Republics, Zaporizhia and Kherson regions, — he said in an address to the Russians.

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Putin will sign the treaties on the inclusion of new territories into Russia on September 30th. On the same day, President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky will hold an urgent meeting of the country's National Security Council. Kyiv considers the past referendums illegal and accuses Moscow of attempting annexation. Western countries, including the European Union and the United States, also refused to recognize the past votes and began to prepare new sanctions.

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The military commissar of Derbent apologized for the loudspeakers on the cars

After criticism from the head of Dagestan, the military commissar of Derbent apologized for a car with a loudspeaker calling on all the men of the city to report to the military enlistment office


Head of the Military Commissariat of Derbent Farid Musaev apologized for the loudspeakers on the cars cars, from which calls were heard for all men to come to the military registration and enlistment office.

“I apologize for the incorrect information that was distributed through the loudspeakers today,”— he said. He asked the residents to remain calm and not panic.

Earlier, a video appeared on the networks, in which in Derbent a car of the local department of civil defense and emergency situations drives around the city and invites men to the military registration and enlistment office. The head of the press service of the city administration, Telman Radjabov, assured that this does not mean the mobilization of all men: the measure is due to the fact that it is difficult to find some of those liable for military service who need to hand over the summons at the place of registration.

The initiative of the local authorities was criticized by the head of Dagestan Sergey Melikov. At a meeting of the Security Council of the Republic, he showed a video and addressed the audience with the following question: “Tell me, what kind of idiots are these? “All male citizens must urgently arrive at the military commissariat, have a military ID with them.” What are you, morons?»

Melikov said that this is “the dissemination of fake information, for which criminal liability is provided.”

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The US Senate passed a bill with assistance to Ukraine for $12.3 billion

The government of Ukraine will receive, among other things, $4.5 billion for its own needs and $3 billion worth of weapons. The project was supported by 75 senators, only 25 Republicans opposed it. The minority leader called the document a contribution to US security

The US Senate approved a bill on short-term government spending until mid-December, which provides for the provision of financial and military assistance to Ukraine for $12.3 billion, writes The New York Times.

72 senators voted for, against— 25, and all who voted against were Republicans. After approval in the Senate, the bill is sent to the House of Representatives for consideration.

The approved aid package for Ukraine includes, inter alia, $4.5 billion for the country's government fund, $3 billion for weapons, equipment and other military support, $2.8 billion for the Pentagon, which will allow President Joe Biden to transfer up to $3.7 billion

Republican Minority Leader Mitch McConnell emphasized that the allocation of funds to help Ukraine is not “some nice symbolic gesture”, but an investment in US national security and the security of allies.

The United States began to support Ukraine before the outbreak of hostilities and stepped up support after Russia launched a special operation. Biden, with the approval of Congress, signed two documents on the supply of weapons to Ukraine— Ukraine Supplemental Appropriations Act and Additional Ukraine Supplemental Appropriations Act. The first provides assistance for a total of $13.6 billion, the second— $40 billion

During several months of the conflict, by the end of June, the United States became the largest donor of humanitarian and military aid to Ukraine. By that time, Kyiv received from Washington humanitarian support for $9.4 billion, financial support for $9.5 billion, military support— $25.5 billion, calculated RBC. By mid-September, the Pentagon reported on the transfer of 140 artillery systems and 660 thousand shells and missiles to Ukraine by mid-September.

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Russian authorities criticize Western military support for Ukraine, President Vladimir Putin said that Moscow would achieve its goals, and such actions only prolong the conflict. The Foreign Ministry believes that the United States has become “actually a party to the conflict”, accusing Washington of “losing touch with reality”.

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Trump offered his mediation to Russia and Ukraine

Former US President Trump has asked if he could lead a negotiating team on Russia and Ukraine The conflict in Ukraine has “the whole world at stake,” but both sides would like to agree on an end to hostilities, Trump said. He also saw the risk of “serious escalation or war” in the situation around Nord Stream ” media=”(max-width: 320px) and (-webkit-min-device-pixel-ratio: 2), (max-width: 320px) and (min-resolution: 192dpi)” >

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Former U.S. President Donald Trump asked on Truth Social if he could lead a negotiating team between Russia and Ukraine, Business Insider writes.

“Be strategic, be smart. Close the deal now. Both sides need it and want it. The whole world is at stake. Shall I lead the group?,— he wrote.

Trump also expressed confidence that the Nord Stream pipeline would sabotage occurred, warning of the risk of “major escalation or war.” The ex-president of the United States called on the country's authorities to be calm and calm in relation to what happened with Nord Stream. The incident should not provoke a “big decision, at least not yet,” Trump warned.

Trump has previously said that, prior to the entry of Russian troops into Ukraine, he considered the increase in tension in this situation to be a “smart way to negotiate.” Trump expressed confidence that hostilities in Ukraine would not have begun if he had retained the presidency. “There will be nothing left but death and destruction” if there are no negotiations between Moscow and Kyiv, the ex-President of the United States emphasized.

The negotiation process between Russia and Ukraine was frozen in early April after publications about the deaths of civilians in the city of Bucha, Kyiv region, the Russian authorities consider reports of this to be a staged and provocation. Kyiv warned that the dialogue would be impossible to resume if Moscow recognized the referendums in the Russian-occupied Kherson and part of the Zaporozhye region of Ukraine, the LPR and the DPR. “Another attempt to annex Ukrainian territory will mean that we have nothing to talk about with the President of Russia,” — noted at the end of September, President Volodymyr Zelensky.

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Treaties on the inclusion of new regions into Russia will be signed by the president on Friday , September 30, announced in the Kremlin.

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DPR confiscated the assets of the leader of the Opposition Platform for Life, Pshonka and the “master of Donbass”

The DPR confiscated the assets of the oligarch Akhmetov, the leader of the Opposition Platform for Life Boyko and another 140 people The DPR imposed sanctions against the leader of the pro-Russian Opposition Platform – For Life Boyko and ex-Prosecutor General Pshonka, their assets were confiscated. At the end of June, the HLE assets were confiscated by the Ukrainian authorities, suspecting it of having links with Russia =”(max-width: 320px) and (-webkit-min-device-pixel-ratio: 2), (max-width: 320px) and (min-resolution: 192dpi)” >

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The State Defense Committee of the DPR deprived of property 142 people, among them the head of the Opposition Platform— For life» Yuriy Boyko, former Ukrainian Prosecutor General Viktor Pshonka, leader of the Ukrainian Communist Party Petro Symonenko, oligarch Rinat Akhmetov and others. The document was published on the website of the head of the republic.

According to the resolution, “the right of ownership and other rights in rem” are terminated <…> to real estate objects located on the territory of the Donetsk People's Republic, <…> turning them into state property without compensating the owners for the cost of such property.

Pshonka headed the Prosecutor General's Office of Ukraine from November 2010 to the end of February 2014, when a change of power took place in the country as a result of the Euromaidan , he was one of those close to the ex-president of Ukraine Viktor Yanukovych. Sanctions have been imposed against Pshonka in Ukraine.

Boyko, after the entry of Russian troops into Ukraine, called for immediate negotiations between Moscow and Kyiv, but at the end of March, the activities of the Opposition Platform for Life were suspended along with ten other parties during martial law by decree of President Vladimir Zelensky. These political forces in Kyiv were considered connected with Russia. In mid-May, the Opposition Platform for Life faction in the Verkhovna Rada was liquidated. A month later, the court handed over to the state all the property and assets of the Opposition Platform for Life and banned its activities.

Akhmetov before the change of power in 2014 was called the “master of Donbass”, he — the richest Ukrainian, according to Forbes, his fortune at the beginning of March was estimated at $ 4.2 billion. Akhmetov, in a conversation with the building, said that he was waiting for Ukraine's victory, promising to take part in the restoration of the country, “regretting neither money nor effort.” In the DPR, sanctions were imposed against him six years ago— in 2016, banning entry.

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Russia recognized the independence of Zaporozhye and Kherson regions

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Russia recognized the state sovereignty and independence of the Zaporozhye and Kherson regions, the relevant decrees were signed by President Vladimir Putin. They are published on the Legal Documents Portal.

The decision was made “in accordance with the generally recognized principles and norms of international norms of international law, recognizing and confirming the principle of equal rights and self-determination of peoples” enshrined in the UN Charter and taking into account the “will of the people” in a referendum, the decrees say.

Five days before (from 23 to 27 September) in the Russian-controlled Zaporozhye and Kherson regions, as well as in the LPR and DPR, referenda on joining Russia. According to the data provided by the authorities of these territories, the majority of residents supported this development of events.

At the same time, the Kherson military-civilian administration (formed after the capture of the region by Russian troops) said that independence would not be declared, despite its actual existence within a certain period of time after the vote. “We have a slightly different situation than the LPR and DPR, Kherson region— immediately part of the Russian Federation”, — explained the head of the CAA Vladimir Saldo.

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Mikhalkov asked for a delay for participants in socially significant

Mikhalkov said that he was asking not for release from the army, but for a deferment from conscription for film industry employees engaged in socially significant projects that “have artistic and moral value”

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Chairman of the Union of Cinematographers, director Nikita Mikhalkov asked Prime Minister Mikhail Mishustin for a deferment from the call for mobilization of film industry specialists employed in socially significant projects. It is reported by TASS with reference to the director's press service.

In his appeal, Mikhalkov emphasized that he was not asking to release anyone from the army, but insisted that the filming processes, launched mainly with state money, “if they really have artistic and moral value,” should be completed. “It is for this period that I ask for a reprieve for those without whom these projects cannot be completed,” — representatives of the director give his words.

Mikhalkov added that most of his colleagues “are ready to help their country in every possible way at this difficult moment.”

Partial mobilization has been going on in Russia since September 21. Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu assures that the authorities are going to mobilize 300,000 Russians, or about 1% of the country's total mobilization reserve, and will not hesitate to organize a “large-scale harvester to capture everyone quickly.” However, the authorities of some regions admitted mistakes when people were called up without proper grounds. President Vladimir Putin demanded that they be fixed.

The Ministry of Defense reported that representatives of certain professions who have received specialized education and work full-time can be exempted from service as part of partial mobilization. According to the “Explain.rf” portal, citizens working in organizations of the military-industrial complex, employees of accredited IT companies involved in the development of IT solutions, and employees of registered media, radio broadcasters, TV broadcasters, included in the list of backbone involved in the production and distribution of information products.

A few days after the announcement of partial mobilization, the presidium of the Russian National Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences announced that it would not send a Russian film to the Oscars this year, without specifying the reasons. After that, the head of the Russian Oscar Committee, People's Artist of Russia Pavel Chukhrai decided to leave his post in protest, he was supported by director Nikolai Dostal. On leaving the Oscar commission, the jury of the film awards “Golden Eagle” and “Nika”, as well as the Union of Cinematographers, director Andrey Zvyagintsev announced, saying that he did not want to be involved in the “crazy decisions” made in the country.

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Russians who served in the army of another country can be mobilized

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Citizens of Russia who served in the army of another country, are in the reserve of the Armed Forces of the Russian Federation and have a military specialty, can be mobilized, follows from the message of the portal Explain. rf.

Earlier, the Chairman of the Russian State Duma, Vyacheslav Volodin, said that the Federal Law forbids citizens of the Russian Federation who are registered with the military to leave their place of residence without the permission of the military registration and enlistment offices.

We are talking about law 31- Federal Law “On mobilization training and mobilization in the Russian Federation”, article 21. Volodin also noted that all Russians liable for military service should be guided by the norm of the law.

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A mobilization point will appear in the Astrakhan region on the border with Kazakhstan

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On the border with Kazakhstan in the Astrakhan region, where a many-kilometer traffic jam has formed, a mobilization point will be set up in the coming days, reports the administration of the region's governor.

It is specified that at the checkpoint  at the checkpoint “Karauzek” they also began to verify the documents of those leaving with the federal register subject to mobilization and not to release citizens who meet the criteria for conscription and do not have the right to deferment from partial mobilization or permission to leave from the military commissariat.

< p>The authorities of the region also note that a large accumulation of cars at the checkpoint led to a disruption of the life support of the population, since the crossing is not designed for such a load.

Earlier it was reported that in Leningrad Region on the border with Finland a mobile recruiting station has appeared. Summons are handed out to those who are subject to partial mobilization.

In addition, local media informed about the closure of the border Finl yandia for Russian tourists on the night of September 30.

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The Supreme Court of the Russian Federation clarified the rules for the arrest of things of debtors in rented housing

The Supreme Court of Russia determined that if the debtor lives in rented housing, this does not mean that the furniture belongs to him. Arrest can only be imposed on the debtor's property, writes Rossiyskaya Gazeta.

It is noted that in Yekaterinburg the bailiff arrested a gas stove, a toilet bowl, a mirror, two doors and a chest of drawers in the debtor's rented apartment. The debtor did not agree with this decision and went to court, where he stated that he was renting an apartment, and all the property in it belongs to the owner. In addition, he noted that the disputed property is not a luxury, which means it cannot be arrested.

The first instance sided with the debtor. The district court noted that the bailiff did not provide evidence that the things belonged to the debtor. The appeal agreed with these conclusions in part, deciding that the stove, toilet bowl and doors were arrested illegally, and the mirror and chest of drawers were not essential items and could be replaced with other things that are in the apartment. The court of cassation agreed with the same.

The Supreme Court annulled the decision of the appeal and cassation, leaving the decision of the district court in force. They said that only things belonging to the debtor can be seized.

The Supreme Court has previously said that the employer must explain the denial of employment, otherwise it may be declared illegal.

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