The Ukrainian-made operational-tactical missile 'Grom 2', which replaced the outdated 'Tochka U' missile, will be delivered to the Ukrainian Armed Forces in the near future.
Armenian President Vahagn Khachaturian signed the law adopted by parliament on ratification of the Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court.
ATACMS missiles have a range of 300 km, which will allow the Ukrainian Armed Forces to successfully destroy military bases in Crimea and the occupied areas of the Donetsk region.
Former editor of the First Channel of Russian TV, Marina Ovsyannikova, was sentenced to 8.5 years in prison under the article ‘Discrediting the Armed Forces of Russia’.
The Moscow Regional Duma adopted a law according to which seagulls are considered a hunting resource.
Only in this way can Russian military personnel leave the battlefield. This was stated by the Chairman of the State Duma Committee on Defense Andrei Kartapolov.
The authorities of the Sverdlovsk region have set a limit on the extraction of wildlife that is not classified as a hunting resource.
General Surovikin, the former commander of a group of Russian troops in Ukraine, disappeared from the media at the end of July, immediately after Prigozhin's armed rebellion.
Due to the acute shortage of personnel that arose as a result of mobilization, Putin instructed to take measures to attract children from 14 years of age to work.
The Ministry of Internal Affairs of Russia introduced a bill according to which operational services can gain access to electronic devices without a court order.