Breaking news for the weekend of October 1-2

The Russian Ministry of Defense reported that “in connection with the creation of a threat of encirclement, the allied troops were withdrawn from the settlement of Krasny Liman to more advantageous lines.” Krasny Liman is a major railway junction. The city is located at the junction of the Kharkov region, Donetsk and Lugansk people’s republics.

The head of Chechnya, Ramzan Kadyrov, accused Colonel-General Alexander Lapin of forcing Russian troops to leave Krasny Liman. Ramzan Kadyrov claims that the Colonel-General “put up mobilized fighters from the LPR and other units on all frontiers of the Liman direction, but did not provide them with the necessary communications, interaction and the supply of ammunition.”

The Constitutional Court decided to recognize the treaties on the inclusion of the Donetsk and Luhansk People’s Republics, Kherson and Zaporizhia regions in Russia as in accordance with the Constitution. “When making these decisions, the Constitutional Court recognized the relevant treaties, proceeding mainly – first of all – from the fact that there was a direct threat to the lives of the inhabitants, the population of these regions,” said Valery Zorkin, Chairman of the Constitutional Court.

President Vladimir Putin has submitted for ratification to the State Duma the treaties on the entry of the Donetsk and Luhansk People’s Republics, Kherson and Zaporozhye regions into Russia. Their consideration will take place on Monday, October 3.

Prime Minister Mikhail Mishustin signed a decree banning companies from countries that have imposed transport sanctions against Russia from carrying out cargo transportation through the territory of the Russian Federation. Companies from all countries of the European Union, the UK, Norway and Ukraine were banned. The document comes into force on October 10 and is valid until December 31.

Gazprom has told the Italian oil and gas group Eni that it will not be able to supply gas to Italy. Deliveries stopped from 1 October. Gazprom explained that they could not make deliveries, because the Austrian operator refused to confirm the transportation of the declared volume. The refusal followed due to regulatory changes that took place in Austria at the end of September.

Roskomnadzor, at the request of the Prosecutor General’s Office, blocked the audio streaming service SoundCloud. The agency explained the blocking by “placing materials containing false information about the nature of the special military operation on the territory of Ukraine, its form, and methods of warfare.”

All the gas came out of the damaged Nord Streams. Fuel left Nord Stream 2 (there was less gas) on October 1: the operator Nord Stream 2 AG told the Danish energy agency that the pressure in the pipeline had stabilized (this was interpreted as the absence of gas in the pipe). Pressure stabilization at Nord Stream 1 was recorded on October 2.

Scientist Valery Mitko, who has been under house arrest since February 2020 in a criminal case of high treason (Article 275 of the Criminal Code), has died at the age of 82. According to investigators, in 2018, the scientist made a trip to China, during which he handed over to the country’s special services information containing state secrets. The scientist pleaded not guilty. The prosecutor’s office of St. Petersburg brought the scientist’s case to court in January 2022. In essence, the process did not have time to start.

Specialists of the DNS Retail company, which owns the DNS online store for the sale of digital and household appliances, discovered a leak of personal data of customers and employees. The leak occurred as a result of a hacker attack.

Clashes and stampede occurred after the match between the fans of the Arema and Persebaya teams in the Indonesian city of Malang. As a result, 174 people died.


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