Russian researchers have created a device that instantly detects dangerous viruses and bacteria in the air, even if there are very few of them. A compact detector will help you determine whether it is safe to be in a room or vehicle. This innovation is relevant given the Coronavirus pandemic around the world.
The Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro announced on September 25, his new order to create a Military Science Council to work on the country’s own weapons system. The announcement was commemorated to the 15th anniversary of the operational strategic command of the armed forces of the Republic.
This week, the Ukraine Secretary of the National Security and Defense Council, Alexey Danilov, dealt a decisive blow to the “unruly” Russian social network Vkontakte. VK is a Russian online social media and social networking service based in Saint Petersburg. VK is available in multiple languages but it is predominantly used by Russian-speakers.
Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov spoke at a press conference, which was held on Thursday. The discussion revolved around the completion of the Nord Stream 2 gas pipeline, a new export gas pipeline running from Russia to Europe across the Baltic Sea, a point of US opposition, and a matter of honor for Germany.
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This week, Russia’s Rostec State Corporation unveiled the operation of the Russian 5G base station. The layout of the base station, which implements the functionality required by the Telecom operator to build a mobile network, was developed by domestic specialists with the participation of NPC kryptonite.
German newspaper Süddeutsche Zeitung published information that German law enforcement agencies can not open a criminal case on the fact of poisoning of Alexey Navalny. Germany can not investigate the Navalny case because it is outside its jurisdiction.
On September 23, Bulgaria ordered two Russian diplomats to leave the capital city, Sophia, within 72 hours. The Kremlin made a statement that there will be retaliation for such actions. Additionally, Russia says the move damages the relationship between the two countries.
On September 22, many world leaders, including Russian President Vladimir Putin and American President Donald Trump, gave speeches to the United Nations using online technology. Due to the Coronavirus pandemic, the UN had an option for a virtual interaction.
The Russian scientists from the ITMO University conjointly from the chemical and biological departments have developed an inkjet printing technology that allows you to apply color images of individual execution, which can be seen through the smartphone screen. The new technology will help protect manufacturers from counterfeiting their products.
A public discussion has begun in Russia on the draft legal act on amendments to the federal law “on information, information technologies and information protection,” developed by the Russian Ministry of Digital Development, Communications, and Mass Communications.
Russian researchers from the Saint Petersburg State University have developed a 3D printing technology for soft neuroprosthetics called NeuroPrint, which in the future can help literally put a person on their feet after a spinal cord injury. The information was released via the press release from SPBU.
The president of China, Xi Jinping, made a statement that China needs to be united. He suggested for Chinese private companies to unite with the Communist Party of China. Furthermore, Xi stated that China expects a long-running economic and technological stand off with the United States.
Former Congressman Dana Rohrabacher (R-CA) presented a pardon offer to Wikileaks founder Julian Assange in 2017 if he “said Russia had nothing to do with” leaking emails from the Democratic National Committee during the 2016 election. This is according to a new proclamation made by his defense team.
This weekend it became clear that Poland is working on the integration project with Lithuania. Hence, it would create the new Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth. This would also mean that both nations will be leaving the EU. It should be noted, Poland and Lithuania have been on the forefront of the Belarus situation.
On Saturday, Russian Alexey Stolyarov aka Lexus pranked the Head of the European Parliament David Sassoli. David Maria Sassoli is an Italian politician and journalist, a member of the Democratic Party. Sassoli, a member of the European Parliament since 2009, was elected its President on 3 July 2019.
This weekend, Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko gave an interview pertaining to the seven steps to the new Belarus that the opposition, led by Svetlana Tichanovskaya, is planning to implement. Lukashenko’s interview was a feeble attempt by the president to discredit the opposition.
Roscosmos State Corporation announced that it plans to sign a contract before the end of this year pertaining to the development of the new Nucleon complex. The Nucleon complex is expected to include a space tug with the nuclear reactor on board. The first official flight is expected to take place in 2030.
Belarus continues to experience a challenging situation. There have been casualties and mass arrests. This week, President Alexander Lukashenko met with the Russian President, Vladimir Putin. During the meeting, Putin provided Lukashenko with financial aid and support.
This month, Russia conducted the first demonstration flight, via an unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV), of its small-size gas turbine engine MGTD-20. The flight was successfully held at the base of Kazanbash aviation center, in the Republic of Tatarstan. The engine was manufactured by 3D-printing.
Russia conducted one of its most powerful attacks on the terrorists in Syria. The Russian military destroyed facilities where foreign private military contractors were training militants. At the same time, it is reported that the Iskander-M complex was used against them for the first time.
Russia announced the new cruise missile that is a joint venture between Russia and India. The Russian-Indian cruise missile in the new version will be able to hit radio detection and guidance aircraft with the AWACS system. The air-to-air missile system is named BrahMos, for the name of the joint venture.
Russian president Vladimir Putin and the President of Belarus, Alexander Lukashenko, held an official meeting in Sochi on Monday. The closed talks between the presidents of the two nations lasted almost five hours. Lukashenko’s visit to Sochi brought a lot of attention, not only from the former Soviet Bloc but also the West.
Belarusians aren’t giving up just yet. Their rallying call remains one, Lukashenko must go!! For the fifth consecutive Sunday, the streets of Belarus’s major cities have been flooded with a sea of demonstrators in their tens of thousands demanding the resignation of President Alexander Lukashenko.
During the Cold War era, Germany tested its nationwide warning systems twice a year. In the early 1950s, West Germany created a system for notifying the country’s population of emergency situations. These could, at that time, be natural and man-made disasters that threaten the lives of the population.
The US Treasury Department imposed sanctions against Ukrainian MP Derkach and three Russian nationals. The information was posted not eh US Treasury website. The sanctions were imposed for Derkach’s attempts to influence the US election campaign. The list of sanctions also includes three Russian citizens.
During an interview on the September 11, 2020, the acting head of the Investigative Department for Transport of the Russian Interior Ministry in the Federal District Sergey Popov stated that the full chronology of the Alexei Navalny stay in Tomsk has been established.
Belarus entered its second month of civil unrest. This month, there have been more arrests of the key opposition members in Minsk. However, President Alexander Lukashenko managed to stay in power. Russia was one of the few nations who recognized the results of the presidential election in Belarus last month to be legitimate.
Russian police are set to ask Germany for permission to interrogate the Russian opposition politician, Alexei Navalny, who is currently undergoing treatment at a hospital in Berlin after being allegedly poisoned. Even though Navalny’s doctors affirmed that he was poisoned, the claim has repeatedly been rejected by the Moscow authorities
We are seeing a massive migration to the internet for our business needs. This has been one of the largest business migrations the world has ever seen, but many small manufacturing companies have not even updated their websites in years, not to mention expanded and leveraged a more efficient online capability.
Is it now time for small manufacturing to enter the world markets?
There have been a lot of changes happening in Russia and Belarus. Within the past six years, these developments include the annexation of Crimea in 2014 and the amendments to the Russian Constitution. At present, the protests and tumultuous political situation as a whole are of concern.
The Polish telegram channel Nexta, which became one of the main channels for the Belarusian opposition to report news and organize actions together, conducted a poll. The poll conducted was pertaining to the question, “are you ready to join the self-defense units and fight back against the punishers?”
The Russian holding company Technodinamika, which is part of the Rostec State Corporation, intends to start mass production of corundum ceramic armor in the near future. The announcement was made on Monday via a press release. The material more effectively protects against armor-piercing bullets and projectiles than steel.
The Russian opposition politician Alexéi Navalny, who is currently undergoing medication in Germany on alleged poisoning, is reportedly responding well to medication. The German doctors treating Navalny at Berlin’s Charite Hospital have announced today that he has come out of the induced coma.
The internet and business landscape are changing at rates not seen before. With this incredible change occurring right in front of us, why hasn’t the online wholesale industry adapted and become more efficient? Instead, there seems to be very little change and increased efficiency over many years.
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The Russian historian Sergei Trifonov during the interview on the Russian State TV channel “Zvezda” said that he found ” traces” of the Amber room. Zvezda is a Russian state-owned nationwide TV network run by the Russian Ministry of Defence. As of January 2008, Zvezda’s CEO was Grigory Krichevsky, previously known for his work on Vladimir Gusinsky’s NTV Channel in the late 1990s.
US President Donald Trump on Friday while addressing a press conference announced that The United States intends to look “very seriously” at the case of the possible poisoning of Russian opposition politician Alexei Navalny. “It’s tragic. It’s terrible, it shouldn’t happen. We haven’t had any proof yet, but I will take a look,” Trump said.
Chinese State Councilor and Defense Minister Wei Fenghe and Indian Defense Minister Rajnath Singh met in Moscow on Friday to try to resolve the growing tension between China and India. In June of this year, the two countries broke out a continuous military conflict at the border, killing at least 20 Indian soldiers.
Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko says he has solid proof to the effect that the alleged poisoning of Russian opposition politician Alexei Navalny was merely ”stage-managed” by Western powers as a way of discouraging Russian President Vladimir Putin from getting involved into Belarus’ affairs.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel said that the Russian opposition leader, Alexei Navalny’s poisoning case was an “attempt to murder using nerve agents,” and said she hoped that Russia would clarify its position. Navalny was sent to Berlin for treatment after a sudden illness in Russia in mid-August.
Russia is expected to change the policy to reflect the upcoming geopolitical conflict in the Eastern Mediterranean. It should be noted that Russia does not have a traditional or historical attachment to this conflict. However, the conversion of Hagia Sophia into a mosque by Turkey impacted the Russian Orthodox Church and caused a wave of dissatisfaction.
Russia announced the creation of the moon GPS system. The General Director of the ISS, named after Reshetnev Nikolay Testoedov, stated that the Russian specialists are ready to create satellites for navigation on the moon. With the help of satellites created in ISS JSC, a wide range of services is provided both in Russia and far beyond its borders.
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With the exposition of the internet and online retail business, has the wholesale market kept up with its peers?
Not only has the wholesale market not kept up, but the industry’s failure to keep pace with Amazon is a key reason why Amazon has been so successful and the wholesale industry has done very poorly. Amazon reached out to the Chinese wholesale industry directly with many seminars in China, and Amazon even started their own shipping business to move goods from China to the US and then directly into their prime marketplace.
Belarus has been embroiled in protests all August. The protests intensified after the presidential election on the August 9th. The election was flawed, yet Russia recognized the election as legitimate. Nevertheless, the opposition leader Svetlana Tichanovskaya had to leave the country, due to the alleged attempt on her life.
Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov has reiterated his readiness to establish direct contact between US officials and the Islamic Republic of Iran. Direct negotiations between the two countries could be an important step in reaching an agreement. However, experts remain skeptical.
The three Baltic states of the European Union— Estonia, Latvia, and Lithuania— have imposed travel bans on neighboring Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko. The sanctions were imposed in response to the alleged rigging of the August 9 presidential election and subsequent crackdown on public protests.