Putin announced partial mobilization in Russia
Russian President Vladimir Putin signed a decree on partial mobilization in Russia. According to him, only those who are in the reserve will be called up. Primarily it refers to the Russians, who served in the armed forces of the country. They already have experience and military registration specialties. According to the press secretary of the President of the Russian Federation Dmitry Peskov, the government of the country will soon resolve the issue of deferrals from partial mobilization.
The Central Bank recommended introducing credit holidays for mobilized Russians
Banks and microfinance organizations in Russia are recommended to give credit holidays to mobilized citizens of the country. This is stated in the message of the Central Bank (CB) of the Russian Federation. According to the regulator, develop special loan holiday programs and restructuring for such Russians. In addition, the Central Bank recommends not to collect delays on loans from mobilized Russians, not to demand early fulfillment of obligations and not to evict them from mortgage housing.
Biden says US supports expansion of UN Security Council
USA support the expansion of the UN Security Council through new permanent and non-permanent members, US President Joe Biden said. A statement on this matter was made from the rostrum of the 77th session of the UN General Assembly. The American president believes that “the time has come for the UN to become a more inclusive organization.”
The Russian Foreign Ministry said that the West is frustrating diplomatic efforts to resolve the situation in Ukraine
Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov, at a meeting with the President of Switzerland, said that Kyiv and Western countries are frustrating efforts for a political and diplomatic settlement of the situation in Ukraine. This is stated in the message of the Russian Foreign Ministry following the meeting on the sidelines of the high-level week of the 77th session of the UN General Assembly. How writes TASS, at the meeting, the Russian side also stated that Switzerland had moved away from the principle of neutrality, joining the anti-Russian sanctions of the European Union.
Stoltenberg believes that Russia will not be able to win in a nuclear conflict
NATO has not yet observed any change in the state of readiness of Russian nuclear forces, but continues to closely monitor the situation, NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg said. About it informs TASS. Stoltenberg also said that Russia “will not be able to win a nuclear conflict” and the use of nuclear weapons by Moscow would have “unprecedented consequences” for it.
The leader of China ordered the army to focus on preparing for hostilities
The People’s Liberation Army of China should focus on preparing for participation in real hostilities, said Chinese President and head of the Central Military Council of the country Xi Jinping. About it informs RIA News. The head of state sent such an instruction to the participants of the seminar on national defense and military reform, which was held in Beijing. The PRC leader also instructed to strictly adhere to the plan to achieve the goals of army reform.
Drivers in Russia from October 1 will be allowed to present the rights in electronic form
The head of the State Traffic Inspectorate of Russia, Mikhail Chernikov, said that the driver’s license may be submitted electronically. This opportunity will appear for Russian drivers from October 1, 2022.