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Insight | Around Russia  | 06.05.22

Russia Launched Navigator on Support Measures Under Sanctions


The navigator, which will help Russians get information about the support measures offered by the state against the background of external restrictions, has been launched on the Russian government official website. It is compiled in the form of a questionnaire and is posted in the section dedicated to helping citizens and businesses in the face

Moscow | Insight  | 02.03.22

Moscow Authorities Offered Citizens Free Psychological Help


There is a psychological assistance service for everyone in Moscow, which was announced on Wednesday, March 2, by the Deputy Mayor of the capital for Social Development Anastasia Rakova.   According to her, many residents of the metropolis are accompanied by stressful states and crisis situations. In order to cope with them, ample opportunities have been

Insight | Around Russia  | 15.12.21

Russian President Helps Children’s New Year Wishes Come True


On Wednesday, December 15, Russian President Vladimir Putin spoke by phone with a schoolgirl from the Stavropol Territory, Tatyana Trotsenko, whose dream he helped to fulfil – the girl had a wish to attend the “Swan Lake” ballet at the Mariinsky Theatre in St. Petersburg. The President invited the girl to come to Moscow to

Recommended | Insight | Around Russia  | 10.12.21

Russian Charity Fund to Provide Sick Children With World’s Most Expensive Medicine


The Russian charitable foundation “Krug Dobra” (“Circle of Good”) will purchase the most expensive medicine in the world, Zolgensma. for the treatment of children with spinal muscular atrophy. The press service of the country’s Ministry of Health clarified that yesterday, on December 9, this drug was registered for official use in Russia.   Spinal muscular atrophy

Russia to Send Humanitarian Aid to Afghanistan This Month


In November 2021, Russia will launch special flights to deliver a large batch of humanitarian cargo to Afghanistan and will take out Russian citizens on return flights, as stated by the Russian Ambassador to Afghanistan Dmitry Zhirnov.  “Now we are preparing to organize special flights here [to Afghanistan], on which a large batch of humanitarian

Russian Sailors Rescued Panama Container Ship From Pirates


Sailors of the Russian Northern Fleet rescued a container ship under the flag of Panama from pirates in the Gulf of Guinea, as reported by the press service of the country’s Ministry of Defenсe. As specified, the ship “Lucia” was sailing from the Republic of Togo to the Republic of Cameroon when it was suddenly

Insight | Kazan  | 11.10.21

Most Kazan Taxi Drivers Ready to Give Colleagues a Helping Hand


Many taxi drivers in Kazan get along well with each other. Thus, 43 per cent of respondents consider other motorists to be colleagues and the other 21 per cent even call them friends.  As stated by the analysts, regardless of the taxi company or aggregator with which people cooperate, 80 per cent of drivers communicate

Serbia Asked Russia for Help After Gas Prices Sharp Increase


At the EU summit in Slovenia Serbian President, Aleksandar Vucic, asked Russian leader, Vladimir Putin, to help him and his country in the situation of the rapid increase in gas prices.   According to Vucic, he is concerned about the energy crisis, which experts around the world are talking about and he considers this topic to

Funny Russia | Fun | Videos  | 25.08.21

Muscovites Helped Food Delivery Robot Overcome an Obstacle [Video]


Muscovites helped the Yandex food delivery robot to overcome the obstacle and continue its path to a customer, Moscow24 reports.   The robot got stuck on a high curbstone and couldn’t move forward. A man decided to help the delivery service “worker” and pushed him to make his way easier. Users on the Network joked

Russian ‘Rosatom’ to Help World Community Save African Rhinos


The ‘Rosatom’ Russian State Atomic Energy Corporation has been developing an innovative international project to curb the illegal trade in African rhino horns by using radioactive isotopes to make them easily traceable, RT reports.   It is specified that more than 9,600 rhinoceroses were killed between 2010 and 2019 as poachers keep hunting them for their