May 27-31 this year A friendly call will be made to the main naval base of the Thai Navy Sattahip of the Pacific Fleet of the Russian Navy as part of the large anti-submarine ships Admiral Vinogradov and Admiral Tributs, as well as the Pechenga marine tanker. Such visits have already become a good tradition and are aimed at further strengthening the naval ties between our countries.
According to the Russian Embassy in Thailand, during the stay of the ships in the Kingdom, visits to the BOD by representatives of the Thai Navy and military attaches of foreign countries accredited in Thailand are planned.
On May 27, from 13.00 to 15.00 there will be an excursion to the Admiral Vinogradov BOD for Russian citizens. Everyone is invited to see the power of the Russian fleet! Guests can drive to the military base on their own, and a convoy will be organized in Pattaya, which starts at 12.30 from the market in Pratumnak, near the Pattaya Park Hotel.
Security officials plan to introduce monitoring of tourists, investors and foreign workers as part of a project to ensure the proper level of national security. The authorities intend to control where foreigners live in order to prevent the growth of transnational crimes, in particular human trafficking, and terrorist activity, writes the Bangkok Post.
The base has not yet been put into operation, but law enforcement agencies have already been instructed to step up the fight against illegal immigrants. So, during the next police raid in Thailand, 37 foreign citizens were detained, including one Russian.
Now, when entering Thailand, foreigners fill out a questionnaire in which they are required to indicate the place where they will stop.
Thailand is one of the first lines in the ranking of popularity among Russian tourists. In 2017, more than 1.3 million Russians visited the Kingdom.
The email protected fair runs at the National Sports Center Stadium (2 Chaiyaphruek Street) from May 12 to 20. The beginning of trading is at 11:00, the end is at 21:00.
A large sale of consumer goods is held in Pattaya for the second time. Attention buyers are presented:
- furniture, household appliances, home textiles;
- jewelry, clothes, shoes;
- cars, motorcycles, as well as spare parts and accessories for them.
Sudanese scouts in business suits landed in Novosibirsk
The last scouts from Sudan flew to Novosibirsk
All the teams arrived in Novosibirsk to take part in the international stage of the contest “Excellent military intelligence”: the last to arrive were the intelligence officers from Sudan.
“In total, about 200 foreign military personnel arrived in Novosibirsk to participate in international competitions,” the press service of the Central Military District said. These are scouts from China, Armenia, Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan, Zimbabwe, Sudan and Belarus.
All participants of the competition were solemnly met with the orchestra and loaf.
“The scouts were stationed at the Novosibirsk Higher Military Command School, underwent a medical examination, and in the near future they will begin training, as well as take instructor classes in order to complete the stages of the competition,” the defense department said.
The international stage of the competition “Excellent military intelligence” will be held in Novosibirsk for two weeks. The opening ceremony will take place on July 28 in Central Park.
In total, about two hundred military men from other countries will take part in the competition.
Contestants have already passed a medical examination and are now preparing for training
The international stage of the contest “Excellent military intelligence” begins on July 28 and ends on August 10
The European Union may prohibit disposable plastic dishes
Brussels intends to introduce a ban on a number of disposable products, as well as a collection of 80 cents per kilogram of unsuitable waste, according to Funke Mediengruppe. The European Commission plans to ban a number of disposable products from plastic and actually fine the EU member states for plastic garbage recyclable. This was reported on Sunday, May 27, the publication of the German media concern Funke Mediengruppe with reference to the package of measures to combat plastic waste, which the EU commission intends to present in Brussels on May 28.
According to the draft directive, the ban should apply to disposable plastic products, an alternative to which is easily accessible and affordable, the media explain. We are talking, in particular, about disposable tableware, cutlery, straws for drinks, cotton buds and plastic mounts for balloons. In addition, it is planned to limit the use of plastic packaging for food sold by takeaways.
Funke Mediengruppe also cites the European budgetary commissioner, Günther Oettinger, who proposed that a certain amount be collected from the EU authorities for each kilogram of plastic waste that cannot be recycled. Based on the long-term financial planning of the European Commission, such a fee could amount to 80 cents per kilogram, which will go to the common European budget, Ettinger explained. In his opinion, this measure will help reduce the amount of plastic waste.