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Popov criticized the "reckless tourists" on the Russian resorts

The head of Rospotrebnadzor Anna Popova said that the Russian resorts today is visible to the carelessness of tourists, this is a bad prognostic sign, measures of prevention must be respected.

"What we see today, unfortunately, in the resorts of our country, spoke of the joy of those who are resting, to get this opportunity. And, perhaps, such joy leads to carelessness, which we have seen very often. And that is a bad prognostic sign," she said in an interview Naila Asker-zade on the channel "Russia 1".

Pushkov ridiculed the idea of his son Brzezinski to accept Ukraine and Georgia into NATO

Senator Alexei Pushkov commented on the proposal by Jan Brzezinski to accept Ukraine and Georgia into NATO.

The son of a famous scientist and ideologist of the cold war, Zbigniew Brzezinski, in his speech in the house of representatives urged Washington to do more to facilitate the accession of Kiev and Tbilisi in the Alliance. This decision, in his opinion, can contribute to "combating" of Russia.

In Russia, more than 7.3 thousand military have recovered from coronavirus

More than 7.3 thousand Russian soldiers were recovered from coronavirus, during the day, recovered 132 people, according to a Bulletin of the Ministry of defense of the Russian Federation.

"For the past day in the Armed forces of the Russian Federation after treatment recovered 132 soldiers. The total number recovered in the Armed forces of the Russian Federation (on an accrual basis) increased to 7384 people", - stated in the message.

Popova told about the development of a specific vaccine from COVID-19 for kids

For children should be a special vaccine for the coronavirus, the work is just beginning, said the head of Rospotrebnadzor Anna Popova.

"... There should be a special vaccine for children, which must be met special safety requirements. While such work is just beginning. To say that the vaccine for children will be in the near future or this year, well, it would probably be premature," - said Popov in an interview Naila Asker-zade on the channel "Russia 1".

The Netherlands plans to submit to the ECHR the new data in the case of MH17

The Netherlands, recourse to the ECHR against Russia on the case about the crash of flight MH17 will provide the court with new information on the case, said in a letter to Dutch Ministry of foreign Affairs, addressed the House of representatives of the country (at the disposal of RIA Novosti).

The Dutch government on Friday announced the decision to file a lawsuit against Russia with the ECHR in connection with the crash of flight MH17. The justice Ministry said that the ECHR notifies Russia of a case. In a press-service of the court RIA Novosti said that the complaint of the Netherlands enrolled in the ECHR and is under consideration. The Russian foreign Ministry said that the lawsuit will impede the search for truth, and the Netherlands from the beginning on the path of unilateral imposing on Russia the blame for the crash of MH17.

The Netherlands spoke about the consultations with Russia on the MH17 case

Australia, the Netherlands and Russia continue tripartite consultations in the case of the crash of flight MH17 in Eastern Ukraine, but to achieve the result can take years, said in a letter to the Ministry of foreign Affairs of the Netherlands dated 10 July 2020, addressed the House of representatives of the country (at the disposal of RIA Novosti).

The Dutch government on Friday announced the decision to file a lawsuit against Russia with the ECHR in connection with the crash of flight MH17. The justice Ministry said that the ECHR notifies Russia of a case. In a press-service of the court RIA Novosti said that the complaint of the Netherlands enrolled in the ECHR and is under consideration.

Zakharov warned about the risk of total paralysis of the work of the OPCW

The Organization for the prohibition of chemical weapons (OPCW) may be completely paralyzed, if not put an end to attempts by Western countries to promote their selfish agenda, as stated in the commentary official representative of the Russian foreign Ministry Maria Zakharova.

She noted that Western countries at the recent session of the Executive Council of the OPCW, promoted approval of the first report of the group for the investigation and identification of the events in the Syrian al-Latamne. In Moscow the findings of the report is considered doubtful, and the document "biased, politically biased, factually inaccurate, extremely weak from a professional point of view, technically inconclusive".

Russia vetoed a resolution in Germany for the delivery of humanitarian aid to Syria

Moscow and Beijing have again vetoed a UN security Council resolution Brussels and Berlin about the order of cross-border delivery of humanitarian aid to Syria, said in comments's representative missions of Germany and Belgium.

The document was supported by 13 States.

Kiev assessed the prospects of holding a meeting of leaders "Norman Quartet"

The head of the office of the President of Ukraine Andrey Ermak said that the summit of leaders "channel four" in Berlin may take place in the coming months, he said this at a meeting with journalists on Friday.

"All reiterated the importance of holding the summit in Berlin. There is no denying that this summit should take place as soon as possible. Therefore, I believe that in the coming months, this summit should take place", - quotes the words of Ermak edition of "New time".

In Kiev explained the position on the revision of the Minsk agreements

The Deputy head of the delegation of Kiev in the contact group on settling the situation in Donbass Alexey Reznikov said that Minsk agreements, not much is working, but decisions about their review may be accepted only at the level of "Norman" summit (Germany, Russia, Ukraine and France).

Thursday Reznikov said that the Minsk agreement is largely irrelevant. After that, the Deputy head of presidential administration Dmitry Kozak said that Moscow expects from Kyiv official data about the further participation in the Minsk agreements.

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