News Russian head of government promises economy new loans
Alien-like creature filmed in Russian forest
video recordings from Russia show a mysterious creature that hides in the forest. Is it perhaps about an alien? © YouTube / Seaooosst Alien Spray in Russian forest? A walk in a Russian forest is very suddenly developing into an involuntary alien or at least creature view. But there are questions.
The Russian government has placed further aids from western sanctions.
Prime Minister Mikhail Mischustin explained on Thursday in front of the Russian Parliament, the Government provides subsidies of 120 billion rubles (1.3 billion euros) for lending. With the money banks are to be supported to grant low-interest loans. As a result, system-relevant companies could expect more than one trillion rubles (11.1 billion euros) to loans, he added.
DRC: The Minister of the Target Economy of a Motion of Tensions on Tensions by majority
© RFI / Sonia Rolley The People's Palace, Congolese Parliament Building (DRC). Another test for the sacred union, the coalition of President Tshisekedi, with the vote at the National Assembly of a MP's MP Crief Motion, and supported by more than 50 elected, against the Minister of the Economy .
Mischustin also complained of "unprecedented sanctions" of the West. "The unfriendly states have nothing better than to return to the usual pirate practice - to call the story by name," he criticized the freezing of Russian assets in the West. The sanctions directed themselves against every single citizen, he said. But they would have missed their goal of sowing panic in Russia. "Our financial system as a bloodstream of the economy has been kept."
On February 24, Russia has begun a war against his neighbor Ukraine. The western states have responded with sharp sanctions. According to Mischustins, more than 6,000 different restrictions against Russia have now been imposed.
War in Ukraine: Pro-Russian events in Germany cause controversy .
© AP - Boris Roessler "Stop hating the Russians". Pro-Russian demonstration in Frankfurt, April 10, 2022. In Germany, several pro-Russian events were organized this weekend across the country by members of the Russian-speaking community. "against hatred and harassment", "truth and freedom of opinion rather than propaganda". In Frankfurt, about 600 people waving a tide of Russian tricolor flags gathered this Sunday near the city's banks district, under the supervision of a major police device.