Der Präsident der Vereinigten Arabischen Emirate (VAE) Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan wird am 11. Oktober Russland besuchen. Dies berichtete die Regierungszeitung Al Bayan am Montag.
Nach Angaben der Zeitung plant das Staatsoberhaupt ein Treffen mit dem russischen Präsidenten Wladimir Putin. Al Nahyan beabsichtigt, die freundschaftlichen Beziehungen zwischen den VAE und Russland sowie eine Reihe regionaler und internationaler Themen von gemeinsamem Interesse zu erörtern.
Lukaschenka einigt sich mit Putin auf eine gemeinsame Truppengruppierung
Lukaschenko sagt, er habe sich mit Putin auf eine gemeinsame regionale Truppengruppierung geeinigt
Alexander Lukaschenko (Foto: Global Look Press)
Der weißrussische Präsident Alexander Lukaschenko sagte auf einer Sicherheitssitzung, er habe mit Wladimir Putin vereinbart, eine gemeinsame regionale Truppengruppierung "im Zusammenhang mit der Eskalation an den Westgrenzen des Unionsstaates" einzusetzen.
"Das steht alles in unseren Unterlagen. Erreicht die Bedrohungslage den aktuellen Stand, so wie jetzt, beginnen wir mit der Aktivierung der Gruppierung der Unionsstaaten. Die Basis (das habe ich immer gesagt) dieser Gruppierung ist die Armee, die Streitkräfte der Republik Belarus", sagte der Staatschef.
Ihm zufolge dauert die Bildung der Gruppierung bereits seit zwei Tagen an.
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jetzt ein freier (studierter) Journalist, offener Marxist und Youtuber (696K) mit ähnlichem Format.
Kann euch die aktuellen Geschehnisse aus materialistischen Perspektive darstellen.
Born on March 16, 1980 in Sverdlovsk. 3] He studied at the prestigious special school No. 99 named after N.A. Ostrovsky on Bauman Street, which he graduated from in 1996. According to Semin, he originally intended to go to the architectural institute, because he liked drawing, but after winning the competition of young correspondents, entering the top three for the story about the case in the bus, where a man beat a woman, published in the regional youth newspaper "On change!", and having passed other exams with "excellent", he entered the faculty of journalism of the Ural State University named after Maxim Gorky, which he graduated in 2001,.
5] While still a student, he started working on television in 1996.  From 1996 to 2000, he worked on local television companies ASV and ATN, as well as on regional television.
 Invited by Alexander Lyubimov, he took part in preparing programmes of the television programme Vzglyad, shooting two video clips, one of which was about the conflict between the owners and workers of the Vyborg Pulp and Paper Mill in 1998, where he revealed that "on the one hand, the interests of one tycoon - a vodka magnate - were affected, on the other - a powerful banking group linked to the Tambov criminal group," but the footage was not aired. According to Semin, he refused to cooperate further with Vzglyad after he met with the head of the "City without Drugs" fund Ye. V. Roizman.
In 1998 he founded the music band "Porky Pooh" in the "extreme pop" genre; renamed into "Put_in", the band lived until 2003.
As an employee of Sverdlovsk regional television and host of the weekly program Nakanune, he traveled to the border of the Chechen Republic and the Republic of Dagestan, where he covered the combat routine of various police units and the 22nd Internal Troops Brigade and shot a documentary film, Paradise in the Shadow of Sabres.
During one of his business trips to Chechnya, wanting to film a pit of poisonous gases, Semin lost consciousness. Lieutenant-monobilist Yuri Ilchenko died rescuing him.
He was Expert magazine's own correspondent for the Urals, reporting on the second redistribution of property in Russia, and conducted interviews with B.A. Berezovsky and V.F. Vekselberg. Vekselberg, M.S. Cherniy and his brothers.
 Since November 2000 he has been a correspondent for the programme Vesti on the RTR channel (later Rossiya and Rossiya-1), and he also reported for the information and analytical programme Vesti Nedeli.
He reported on meetings of the Federal Assembly and the Government of the Russian Federation. He was among the journalists of the RTR channel, covering the events on the Afghan-Pakistani border in 2001, related to the beginning of Operation Enduring Freedom. In October 2002 he covered the terrorist act on Dubrovka, and in 2003 he prepared materials about the Iraq war. 6] He made several journalistic trips to Macedonia and Serbia. He is the only Russian television journalist to have visited the US aircraft carrier Harry Truman. Semin conducted interviews with M.B. Khodorkovsky and covered the Yukos case.
From January 2004 to March 2007 he was head of the VGTRK correspondent station in the US (in New York). During his time there he reported in Venezuela, Chile and Cuba. In this position, Semin was succeeded by E. G. Popov.
On April 2, 2007, he made his debut as host of the federal issue of Vesti (he held this position until 2010) and also hosted the nightly news program Vesti+. In June of the same year, he was awarded a medal of the Order for Services to the Fatherland, II degree.
He has appeared periodically on the program Special Correspondent as the author and presenter of several reports.
 Graduated from New York University's School of Documentary Arts in 2012, with a film "Don't Cry for Your Hair" which received a special prize at the IIDF Digital Documentary Film Festival in Greece. The short film "Sound of Vision," produced with Semin's participation, won five top DocChallenge awards at the HotDocs Documentary Film Forum, and was nominated for an Emmy in 2013.[source not shown 261 days]
In 2014-2015, he participated in the United Russia Patriotic Platform led by Irina Yarovaya on the creation of a unified educational space in Russia.
From April 2014 to March 2019, he was the host of the author program "AgitProp" ("Agitation and Propaganda") on the TV channel Russia-24.
Since September 2015, he has been the host of the author's YouTube channel AgitBlog.
In the fall of 2017, he participated in the presidential primaries of the Left Front, but lost to Pavel Grudinin. Semin himself says that he learned about this "participation" after the fact; he was added to the list without being asked.
Since 2017, he has been a permanent member of the Izborsk Club. However, he himself does not share the ideology of the club, using it as a platform for propaganda.
In October 2017, together with his colleagues, he formed the alternative music group Gianni Rodari.
On April 1, 2019, he announced the closure of AgitProp and his own departure from Russia-24. According to him, the reason for this was a letter published by the project "Last Call" from an engineer of the RSC "Progress" from Samara with a negative assessment of what is happening in the industry. The journalist also voiced complaints against the management of Rossiya-24, which posted the newscasts of Agitprop devoted to the domestic Russian agenda early in the morning or late at night.
Ich glaube, dass es bei J&N gab es noch keine Gäste aus Russland und auch keine Marxisten gab...
nochn roter, der auch einiges erzählen kann und auch auf Deutsch
In der BPK würde Irak angesprochen..
Wer hat NATO da eingeladen?