Rescuers found the body of a tourist from Vladikavkaz, missing in the mountains of North Ossetia, presumably he fell from the slope, reports of EMERCOM in the region.
According to authorities, the search for a camper began on the morning of 7 July. It was reported that the man had returned at the appointed time - 6 July, from a hike on mount Tsey-Khokh. The man did not register your route in the EMERCOM of Russia.
The safety of the participants of the Victory parade that took place on June 24 in 28 cities of Russia, was secured, which was attended by 58 thousand people, said the President of the Russian Federation Vladimir Putin.
"In recent weeks, particular attention was paid to the health of servicemen, who were to take part in the parade on the occasion of the 75th anniversary of the Victory. These celebrations was waiting for the whole country", - Putin said on Tuesday during a video conference dedicated to the opening of the medical centers that were built for defense in some regions of the country.
The time of arrest a supporter of the IG* who planned to arrange explosion in Vladikavkaz, was caught on video.
The footage also shows and seized components of an explosive device.
The doctors in Moscow who went on behalf of the mayor of Moscow to North Ossetia-Alania to help local specialists in the treatment of coronavirus, told about how passes work and what results have already been achieved, is reported in the operational headquarters.
It is noted that, according to doctors, have already felt the decline of the epidemic – the number of new patients is gradually decreasing. However, to prepare for a possible second wave of the capital's multidisciplinary team of doctors provides support to local professionals in reshaping clinical center of the North Ossetian state medical Academy, as well as in the organization of clinics for the management of patients with COVID-19.
Low-budget airline "Victory" (enters into group "Aeroflot") on Sunday resumes flights after a two month break due to pandemic coronavirus, related restrictions, and reducing air transportation.
"Victory" suspended all flights on 1 April. As reported by the press service of the airline, the suspension operating activities was to allow the carrier to focus resources on anti-crisis program and preparation for the resumption of flights.