Date: 2 months ago   Category: Events

Results 15.03: A slaughter in New Zealand, measures for Azov


In New Zealand parishioners of two mosques were shot; The European Union, the USA and Canada expanded sanctions against Russia: The correspondent.net marks out the main events of yesterday. The EU, the USA and Canada imposed sanctions against the Russian Federation the European Union imposed sanctions against eight people involved in an incident in the Kerch Strait. The text of the resolution was published in the official magazine of the EU. Besides, the European Union prolonged earlier imposed sanctions against certain citizens of Russia for the next six months. Symbolical answer. The EU imposed sanctions across Azov Also the Ministry of Finance of the USA declared toughening of the anti-Russian sanctions. Six natural persons and eight organizations connected with Russia were included in "black list". The State Department noted that new toughening of sanctions is connected by an incident in the Kerch Strait in November, 2018. After the EU and the USA measures against Russia were entered by Canada. Restrictions concern 114 natural persons and 15 Russian enterprises. The police of New Zealand detained suspects of attack on mosques After execution of people in two mosques of New Zealand law enforcement authorities detained four people − three men and one woman. According to the New Zealand Act on fight against terrorism, involved in the similar attacks life imprisonment threatens. The main suspect is the 28-year-old Australian Brenton Tarrant. The day before he published the manifesto in which explained the actions with revenge for the terrorist attack in Stockholm arranged with Islamists in 2017. Killing people in the mosque the man conducted video broadcast of the events in social network. On given the moment the police consider him responsible for both attacks. The court remanded Tarrant in custody till April 5. In total 50 people among whom there are children became the victims of the attack. Also it is reported about nearly fifty victims. Correspondent.netsobral of a detail of incident. OSCE asked the CEC to allow observers from Russia of Bureau of democratic institutes and human rights of OSCE included 24 citizens of Russia in structure of a mission of observers at presidential elections in Ukraine. The list was sent to Central Election Commission. The Foreign Minister of Ukraine Pavel Klimkin emphasized that the issue with the Russian observers is resolved long ago and they will not take part in the Ukrainian electoral process. Foreign intelligence two officials temporarily headed Foreign Intelligence Service temporarily Andrey Alekseenko and Sergey Semochko headed two first deputies the dismissed chairman Egor Bozhko −. They are authorized to fulfill duties of the chairman of service through the coaching to the relevant decree of the president. It is noted that Semochko is a person involved in scandalous journalistic investigation. Kiev sent the note of protest to Moscow because of arrival to the Crimea of delegation from the Russian Federation the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine expressed a resolute protest in connection with a visit of delegation of the State Duma of the Russian Federation and members of the Russian government to the annexed Crimea. The MFA noted that the next visit by the Russian officials of the Crimea is gross violation Russian hundred

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