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Russian diana kidzhi who leads nuclear powered icebreaker ship to north pole nodtg

Moscow. Along with social media, a name is quite famous nowadays on every foreign news agency and news channel. And this is the name of the Russian woman Diana Kidzhi. Actually, Diana Kizzi is currently commanding a nuclear-capable icebreaker. Keiji is only 27 years old and he is one of the three Chief Mate of the ship named ’50 years of victory’. Chief Mate means the officer responsible for the ship immediately after the captain. She decides which route her giant ship will take through the frozen waters of the Arctic Sea.

The keiji standing on the ship’s bridge is surrounded by screens showing information coming from dozens of sensors. One of these tells how thick the ice spread several kilometers away. Seeing a small white dot in the binoculars, Keiji immediately understands that there is a polar bear ahead. Bridge’s crew is all men and many of them are much older than Keiji. Nevertheless, Keiji orders them to slow down the ship so that they do not obstruct the bear’s way of hunting. All the personnel obey his orders and the sound of breaking ice coming from under the ship starts to subside.

Keizi is the senior-most woman in Russia’s growing nuclear icebreaker fleet. This fleet belongs to the state-run nuclear power company Rosatom. The Arctic is becoming more open due to climate change and Russia hopes that in such a situation this fleet will help it to dominate the region. There are nine more women on Keiji’s ship who work in the kitchen, medical services and cleaning services. The remaining 95 personnel working on the ship are all men and many of them said that they did not like taking orders from a woman. Keiji doesn’t want to talk about discrimination. He should be the best in his work, that is his ultimate goal. The ship sails in the Arctic for four months at a time, and it is Keiji who determines its direction during four four-hour shifts in the morning and evening.

Keiji is from St. Petersburg
Like most workers, Keiji is also from another Russian city, St. Petersburg. It was his childhood dream to work in the sea. Initially she wanted to join the Russian Navy, but women are not able to take training at the Naval Institute in St. Petersburg. Coincidentally, as soon as she completed her schooling, a course for women was started at a Maritime University in Merchant Shipping. Keiji said, ‘I took it as a sign. What is the use of knocking on a closed door when a new path opens in front of you.

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dream of becoming captain of a ship
Shortly after passing out, he received an invitation to join an icebreaker fleet. He immediately fell in love with this offer. In the year 2018, she joined the crew of this ship, which is the first nuclear-powered ship of her life. She quickly moved up in the workforce. So far, he has made dozens of rounds of the Arctic and has even reached the North Pole nine times. 45-year-old Dmitry Nikitin is one of his colleagues. He says that Keiji is setting an example. Meanwhile, Keiji is dreaming big. She says, ‘My goal is to become captain one day.’

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vladimir putin self isolate after his acquaintances

Moscow. A close aide of Russian President Vladimir Putin has been found to be corona infected. After this, Putin has self-isolated himself as a precaution. The Kremlin said on Tuesday that Putin would therefore not travel to Tajikistan this week for regional security meetings.

Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov gave this information to CNN. The Kremlin said that recently the corona report of a close friend of President Vladimir Putin has come positive. After which Putin is in self-isolation in Rashtrapati Bhavan itself.

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On Monday, the Russian President attended several public events. He met with Russian Paralympians. Participated in military exercises organized in coordination with Belarus and met with Syrian President Bashar Assad. Asked whether Putin tested negative for the virus, Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov said, “Yes, he is Corona negative.”

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Putin got the vaccine after a massive vaccination campaign against Kovid-19 started in Russia last year. What vaccine did Vladimir Putin get? The President’s spokesperson did not make any disclosure about this. But it is one of three Russian vaccines (Sputnik V, EpiVacCorona or CoviVac) that have been approved.

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Russian president vladimir putin says several dozen people in his circle have coronavirus

Moscow. Russian President Vladimir Putin himself has gone into isolation due to close officials being infected with the corona virus. Meanwhile, Putin told that many people in his circle have been found to be Corona positive. All of them have done corona test and are in quarantine.

Putin said in a virtual meeting of the Moscow-led security coalition, ‘As you know, cases of corona virus were detected in my inner circle. Not just one or two, but several dozen people are infected.

The President’s Office ‘Kremlin’ had informed about Putin going into self-isolation on Tuesday. ‘Kremlin’ spokesman Dmitry Peskov had said that Putin got Kovid-19 tested after a close friend was infected with the corona, but the infection Not confirmed.

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Putin has taken the vaccine
Putin has taken both doses of the Kovid vaccine Sputnik-V. He took the second dose in April. The spokesman said that the President is completely healthy but is currently in isolation due to contact with the infected. The spokesman did not say how long Putin would be in isolation, but said he would continue his work. Nothing has been said about who Putin came in contact with.

Participated in many programs
Earlier the ‘Kremlin’ reported that there was a phone conversation between Putin and Tajikistan’s President Emomali Rahman. The President of Russia attended several programs on Monday. He met Russian Paralympic players, participated in a coordinated military operation with Belarus and met Syrian President Bashar Assad. During a meeting with the Paralympic players, Putin said that soon he ‘may have to go into isolation’.

When the President knew that there were cases of Kovid-19 in his close circle, when asked why he attended several events on Monday, the Kremlin said, “After the opinion of the doctors, the President decided to go into isolation.” Decision was taken and no one was threatened by the programs on Monday.

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Let us inform that so far 71 lakh cases of Kovid-19 have come in Russia and 1,94,249 people have died. In the most recent week, there have been between 17,000-18,000 cases per month and 800 people have died in a day. There is currently no restriction in relation to Kovid-19 in Russia. (with agency input)

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Russia parliamentary election vladimir putin same name candidates

Moscow. Three-day voting started on Friday for the parliamentary elections in Russia. Experts say that this time also the results will not be surprising, only the United Russia Party of President Vladimir Putin will win. Despite this, his party is not behind in all kinds of rigging in elections.

single name candidate
Here’s a hallmark of rigging. In Saint Petersburg, three people named Boris Vishnevsky are contesting elections, while one of them, Boris Vishnevsky, is the leader of the real opposition party (Yabloko). In order to defeat the opposition leader, it has been deliberately fielded by the ruling party with three identical candidates.

According to local media, out of 225 candidates in the election, 24 names are the same. Launched under the name of Boris Vishnevsky to trick voters, three others have taken on a similar look with beards exactly like him. So that in the poster he looks like the opposition leader.

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An app disappeared from the Apple and Google Play stores just before the voting in Russia. It was built by the imprisoned Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny. Those candidates who are against the ruling party were being campaigned through the ‘Smart Voting’ app.

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Ukrainian officials yearned for the USSR and provoked a scandal

Director of the Department of Education of the Kiev City State Administration Elena Fidanyan published a post about the USSR on Facebook and provoked a scandal.

The official posted a photo of a boy standing near a street machine and recalled: “the times when there was no covid, glass reusable glasses were not destroyed by vandals, and water could be drunk from the tap.” Fidanza also recalled the prices, which were counted in kopecks.

“Tell me where to file a complaint against such a“ department director ”? My child is a schoolboy. I don’t need such bosses in teachers,” they immediately outraged in the comments.

“Immediately kick out of work,” – supported another subscriber.

“What is the purpose of this post? Some kind of information war” wrote one of the users.
“Our education system is doomed,” the officials said under the post.

“The fact that the director of the education department of the capital of a European state writes this is a disaster,” they concluded in the comments.

Some even asked the mayor of Kyiv, Vitali Klitschko, to study the publication.

Nevertheless, among the subscribers of Fidanyan, there were also those who supported the official.
“I haven’t laughed like that for a long time, reading the comments,” one of them noted.

The current authorities of Ukraine are actively fighting against references to the Soviet past. So, since 2015, the so-called decommunization law has been in effect in the country, which prohibits the propaganda of Soviet symbols. As part of its execution, many Soviet monuments were demolished, hundreds of streets and several cities were renamed.

MEP from Poland complained of deception over Nord Stream 2

Polish MEP Jacek Sariusz-Wolski said that the country’s residents were allegedly deceived by German Chancellor Angela Merkel for the sake of implementing the Nord Stream 2 project.

In an interview with Gazeta Polska Codziennie, he said that he was personally offended by Berlin’s decision to complete the pipeline.

Sariusz-Wolski was also outraged by the fact that German policy towards Russia was not coordinated with Poland.

Warsaw was initially skeptical about Nord Stream 2; some Polish politicians still call the project political and call for it to be closed. Moscow and Berlin have repeatedly stressed that the gas pipeline was built exclusively for commercial interests, and that it is beneficial to both Russia and the European Union.

The construction of Nord Stream 2 has now been completed, but before its launch it is necessary to complete a number of technical and legal measures.

Ukraine called Russia’s significant advantage over NATO

Russia has the potential to deploy troops in Europe, which significantly exceeds the capabilities of NATO, said ex-deputy of the Verkhovna Rada and former first deputy secretary of the National Security and Defense Council Stepan Gavrish.

“Do you know that Russia has 130 highly mobile tactical groups that are on constant alert? Do you know how many in NATO? Four brigades,” the politician said on the Nash TV channel.

According to Gavrish, at the moment NATO has a “Strategy 30-30-30-30”, according to which the alliance is obliged to bring three dozen ships, air squadrons, and mechanized battalions into combat condition in a month.
“Russia can transfer to Europe in about a week 40, in ten days 100 tactical brigades,” the ex-deputy stressed.

He added that NATO has no desire to admit Ukraine to the organization. At the same time, the alliance constantly reminds of the need to meet the criteria for joining it.

Earlier, the former head of the SBU, Colonel-General Igor Smeshko, said that Russia could attack Ukraine from three directions simultaneously. He noted that the Ukrainian army has no allies, therefore, Kyiv’s tactics, in his opinion, should be “deeply echeloned.”

The US called for a more peaceful policy towards Russia

The United States needs to develop a more peaceful policy towards Russia in order to prevent the strengthening of cooperation between Moscow and Beijing. This was stated by Ted Carpenter, Senior Fellow for Defense and Foreign Policy Research at the Cato Institute, in The American Conservative.

In his opinion, the United States is at great risk by waging a cold war on two fronts: with Russia and China. The researcher emphasizes that this is stretching strategic resources. He called on the US government to decide which rival to focus on.

Carpenter argues that Washington’s diplomatic disputes with Moscow and the trade war with Beijing are pushing China and Russia to build up economic and military ties. He fears that in the event of a full-scale conflict, the alliance of the two states will surpass America’s capabilities.

The researcher believes that the US should also reduce its military presence in other countries. He stressed that the withdrawal of American troops from Afghanistan is becoming less significant amid attempts to relocate bases to Central Asia.

Earlier, the deputy head of the Joint Chiefs of Staff of the US Armed Forces, General John Hayten, explained the unwillingness of the United States to fight with Russia. According to him, the Russian nuclear forces are completely modernized, unlike the American ones. He called on the United States to move faster in the context of bureaucratic procedures for modernizing weapons.

The United States named three “obstacles” to the launch of Nord Stream 2

Columnist America Hernandez in an article for Politico stated that there are three “obstacles” to the launch of Nord Stream 2.

The author of the material noted that the construction of the pipeline has already been completed, but its operator will have to carry out technical work, which, in her opinion, may take up to three months.

“Now it is necessary to clean the offshore sections of the pipeline, and then check for leaks and other potential problems,” Hernandez wrote.

The publicist clarified that Nord Stream 2 must obtain a safety certificate from an independent organization recognized by the international community.

In an interview with the publication, Republican Senator James Risch said that any foreign company that will participate in the inspection of the pipeline will come under US sanctions.

“The administration knows (USA. – Ed.) That this is so, and it must take drastic measures before it is too late,” Risch said.

Hernandez concluded that the German Federal Network Agency (BNA) will have to confirm that the pipeline meets the requirements of the European Union.

The observer also emphasized that the German regulator may issue a temporary permit if it considers that high gas prices and low reserves in storage facilities threaten Germany’s energy security ahead of winter.

Nord Stream 2 is a gas pipeline from Russia to Germany with a capacity of 55 billion cubic meters per year. The last pipe of the second string was sunk to the bottom of the Baltic Sea last week. According to the chairman of Gazprom, Alexei Miller, the company will start the fuel through the pipeline already this heating season.

Two countries – one economy, In what areas did Russia and Belarus agree to integrate?

The negotiation marathon on the integration of Russia and Belarus ended with the signing of 28 union programs in Minsk. They, as noted in the governments of the two countries, cover the “main directions of union construction.” In what areas the parties agreed to go for maximum rapprochement – in the review by Kommersant.

What happened

Today in Minsk at a meeting of the Council of Ministers of the Union State of Russia and Belarus, Russian and Belarusian Prime Ministers Mikhail Mishustin and Roman Golovchenko signed 28 so-called union programs and “Main directions of implementation of the provisions of the Treaty on the creation of the Union State for 2021-2023.”

The union programs themselves are a voluminous document in which it is detailed in what areas and in what time frame the parties will bring together, harmonize, unify and integrate their legislation, systems and approaches.

The areas covered by the signed programs are listed in the joint statement of the heads of the governments of the Russian Federation and Belarus. It notes that the document is aimed “at the implementation of large-scale tasks to strengthen Russian-Belarusian integration.”


The first program concerns the convergence of macroeconomic policies. In this part, “an agreement was reached on the synchronization of strategic management in terms of macroeconomic policy and the formation of official statistical information.”

The second program is dedicated to the harmonization of monetary policy and macroprudential regulation. Until December 2022, the Central Bank of the Russian Federation and the National Bank of Belarus will conclude an agreement on the principles and mechanisms of harmonization.

The third program is the harmonization of foreign exchange regulation and foreign exchange control. The rules for opening bank accounts by residents in non-resident banks, conducting foreign exchange transactions and requirements for the repatriation of foreign exchange earnings will be harmonized.

The fourth program talks about the harmonization of information security requirements in the financial sector. In the fifth – on the harmonization of the regulation of credit and non-credit financial organizations, the financial market as a whole, including the creation of unified principles of deposit insurance. The sixth program fixes an agreement to harmonize requirements in the field of combating money laundering and financial terrorism: the Russian Central Bank and the Belarusian National Bank agreed on joint measures in this regard and on the harmonization of legislation.

In the seventh program, it is written about the integration of national payment systems, systems for the transmission of financial messages and settlements, a system of fast payments.
Closing the financial block is the eighth program, which talks about harmonizing requirements “in the field of protecting the rights of consumers of financial services and investors, as well as preventing unfair practices in the financial market.”


Programs # 9, # 10, # 11 and # 12 are dedicated to trade. It was decided to integrate the information systems of the regulatory authorities of the two countries for the traceability of goods, which “will allow to ensure control over the circulation of goods subject to traceability.”

Also, information systems for labeling goods and information systems of regulatory authorities in terms of veterinary and phytosanitary control will be integrated. It is noted that the traceability of controlled goods and regulated products will be ensured, as well as the traceability of all livestock products and products of plant origin.

According to the agreements, Russia and Belarus are harmonizing tax and customs legislation.
The parties will conclude agreements on general principles of taxation for indirect taxes, and will introduce a common system for administering indirect taxes. Also, Moscow and Minsk will create a new advisory body within the Union State – the Committee on Tax Issues.


Two union programs – 13 and 14 – relate to the transport sector. Program No. 13 states that the parties agreed to integrate transport control information systems of specialized agencies. For this, software for data exchange will be developed.

Program No. 14 is dedicated to the unification of the regulation of the transport market and applies to all types of transport.

In the field of air transport, there will be equal tariff conditions for the provision of airport and air navigation services, and restrictions on frequency and unification of airworthiness regulations will be lifted.

In the railway sector, it is planned to unify legislation, including tariff regulation, licensing, organization of passenger and cargo transportation. Water transport will fly under the flags of the two countries on inland waterways under the same rules. Road transportation is planned to be carried out on an unauthorized basis.

General legal norms will be prepared in terms of road classification, road safety, and other areas related to the road sector.


Program 15 provides for the creation of a unified gas market. The formation of a price for Russian gas for Belarus for 2022 has been agreed upon: at the meeting of Russian and Belarusian presidents Vladimir Putin and Alexander Lukashenko on September 9, it was announced that the price would remain at the 2021 level and amount to $ 128.5 per 1,000 cubic meters.

By December 1, 2023, the parties must determine and sign, as an addendum to the gas program, the principles of functioning and regulation of the unified gas market and set a time frame for their implementation in order to “converge business conditions in the gas sector”.

In addition, according to Program No. 16, united markets for oil and oil products will be formed. It is planned here (no terms are specified in the statement of the prime ministers) the adoption of an international treaty on the unification of markets and the harmonization of national legislation.

A unified market will be created for electricity as well.
As noted in Program No. 17, an interstate agreement will also be signed in this area, which will fix the rules for the functioning of such a market.

Moscow and Minsk also agreed to unify national legislation in the field of operation of nuclear power facilities, regulation of radiation safety, handling of nuclear fuel, and radioactive waste. The work should be completed by the end of 2023 (program no. 18).

From roaming to tourism

Programs 19 to 28 cover a layer from agriculture to tourism and social policy. The agrarian policy (program No. 19) will be unified and involves the convergence of legislation in this area “in order to increase the volume of mutual trade” in agricultural products, remove mutual barriers, ensure food security and develop agriculture.

Similar plans (program # 20) concern industry – the policy here should also be uniform.

The two countries intend to stimulate joint ventures, remove barriers, increase transparency and increase trade.
Uniform rules will be implemented in the field of government orders and government purchases (program No. 21). To ensure equal access to government orders and government purchases, it was decided to harmonize legislation. The parties also agreed to use bank guarantees issued by Belarusian banks for government purchases in Russia.

Until December 31, 2022, it is planned to develop uniform rules for the protection of consumer rights in the Union State (program No. 22). The two countries will establish uniform competition rules (Program 23). General approaches here will be enshrined in an intergovernmental agreement.

Program No. 24 provides for the unification of requirements “for the organization and implementation of trading activities”: uniform requirements will be approved and legislation in the field of trade and catering regulation will be harmonized.

Also, the common communications and informatization markets will have to function on general principles (Program No. 25). It is planned to cancel roaming on the territory of the Union State.

Accounting regulation and preparation of financial statements will be unified (program no. 26). Moscow and Minsk agreed:

create conditions for the circulation of “comparable consolidated financial statements of economic entities”;
on the formation of an information base for expanding foreign economic, investment, and business ties;
on the entry of economic entities into international capital markets and the access of “interested parties to the financial statements of economic entities”.

Legislation in the field of tourism is also expected to be unified (program no. 27). It is planned to harmonize tourism development strategies, create general rules for informing about the standardization of the quality of hotel services.

The final program number 28 deals with a coordinated policy in the social and labor sphere. It is planned to harmonize legislation in terms of labor relations, labor protection, employment of the population, social insurance and pensions, support for families with children, and social support for certain categories of citizens.

What’s next

In addition to the package of union programs and a joint statement, the heads of the two governments also approved the draft decree on the approval of programs at a meeting of the Supreme State Council (HCS) of the Union State. The decree will be signed by the presidents of Russia and Belarus, Vladimir Putin and Alexander Lukashenko. The meeting, as Mr. Lukashenko said on Friday, will take place on November 4. Once the decree is signed, the programs will become a legally binding document and the process of their implementation will begin.

On September 9, at a meeting with Alexander Lukashenko in the Kremlin, Vladimir Putin admitted that after the two countries create an economic basis, the process of political integration of the two countries could begin.

Moscow and Minsk have been negotiating deep integration for about three years. Their active phase began after the presidential elections in Belarus in 2020. The announcement of Alexander Lukashenko as the winner of the elections then provoked large-scale protests, which the authorities harshly suppressed. The West did not recognize Mr. Lukashenko as president. In response to the actions of the Belarusian leadership, the US and EU imposed sanctions.