27 Jun, 2021

Relations between Russia and the UK

Relations between Russia and the UK have reached “zero bottom”. This was stated by the Russian ambassador to the United Kingdom, Andrei Kelin.

“Of course, during the Cold War, relations were much worse. But now we can qualify that since the beginning of the 1990s, this is the zero bottom, from which we have to make a start, ”said the head of the diplomatic mission.

Commenting on the words of the Deputy Foreign Minister Sergei Ryabkov, who warned that next time Russia “will bomb not on the course, but on the target,” Kelin recalled that the current incident is not the only one.

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Microsoft, which is introducing a new version of Windows for the first time in six years, said it is integrating its Teams chat and video conferencing software directly into the operating system to be more competitive with other applications. The latest operating system for personal computers, Windows 11, also features a new design and will suggest changes in the app store, Bloomberg reported.

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The Sea Breeze 2021 military exercise, which will begin in the Black Sea with the participation of NATO countries and Ukraine, is a deliberate provocation, said Russian Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Maria Zakharova.

“We understand very well that these exercises also pursue two global objectives. The first is endless destabilization along the perimeter of the Russian border. This is a provocation in order to provoke, to call for a response, ”Zakharova noted.

She stressed that a response to such provocations should follow, since Russia is a sovereign state with sovereign borders. As a result, Russia’s responses in the West are presented as “some aggressive actions.”

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Russian military began tracking the American destroyer USS Ross, which entered the Black Sea – Russian Defense Ministry

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In Rome, for the first time, the Colosseum’s underground In these dungeons, gladiators and animals waited before entering the arena. Now tourists will be able to walk along the corridors along a wooden platform and look at the interior equipment.

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In Moscow, the police dispersed a rally against compulsory vaccination, which took place in the format of a meeting of State Duma deputy from the Communist Party of the Russian Federation Valery Rashkin with voters. Several people were detained. The protesters protested against the actions of the authorities, which obliged employers to obtain vaccinations for 60% of workers in a number of areas.

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Trump for the first time since leaving the presidency of the United States is holding a rally – while in Ohio, in the near future – Florida.

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The head of the UK Ministry of Health announced that he was resigning. In his video message, the minister apologized for breaking social distancing rules by meeting his mistress

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The United States is considering lifting sanctions on Iran’s Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei as part of talks to reopen the nuclear deal, NBC reported, citing sources

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Iran owes Russia 500 million euros for the construction of the Bushehr nuclear power plant – ISNA agency

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The leader of the German CDU, candidate for Chancellor Laschet admitted the possibility of stopping the Nord Stream 2 project if it was used “against Ukraine”

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One of the key prosecution witnesses in the Assange case confessed to perjury. Icelander Thordarson, a former FBI informant, told the media that Assange did not actually ask him to hack politicians’ phones.

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The Russians began to save on household goods: over the year, the average check for such purchases fell by a third – 36% – and amounted to 1,493 rubles, the Russian Standard Bank found out, RIA Novosti reports.

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Russians began to refuse to register a mortgage against the background of rising rates on it: the number and volume of loans issued in May decreased by more than a quarter compared to April, RIA Novosti was told in the Equifax credit bureau.

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Iran will no longer transfer recordings from the country’s nuclear facilities to the IAEA due to the expiration of the agreement on the agency’s inspection activities, Iranian Parliament Speaker Mohammad Bagher Ghalibaf said.

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The head of the British Ministry of Health resigned after the publication of frames of a kiss with a colleague. Matt Hancock has apologized for breaking social distancing rules in the pandemic.

“I saw the Prime Minister and submitted his resignation letter. I understand that all the inhabitants of this country had to make huge sacrifices. Those of us who set these rules must follow them, and therefore I must leave the office. I apologize for breaking the rules, I apologize to my family and loved ones for putting them to this test. “

The Sun posted a photo and video showing the official kissing his married colleague Gina Coladangelo at the ministry’s office. The publication reports that the footage was filmed in May, when the country was under severe restrictions. Hancock himself had previously lobbied for a “no hug.”

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The British government will investigate the leak in the media of surveillance cameras at the Ministry of Health, which led to the scandal around the head of the Ministry of Health Matt Hancock and his further resignation, said Brendon Lewis, a member of the Cabinet, Minister for Northern Ireland.

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Czech Prime Minister Andrei Babis claims that Russian special services are involved in the incident in Vrbetica and other versions are not considered – CNN Prima News

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In Belarus, former employees of the ONT state channel, who went on strike and resigned during the protests after the presidential elections, are summoned for interrogation to the Investigative Committee