Novosibirskstat presented data on international migration – residents of Novosibirsk choose European countries for moving.
According to various surveys, Germany is considered the most attractive country for Russians to move.
According to statisticians, in the first five months of this year, 80 people moved abroad. Most often they moved to Kazakhstan (28 people), Germany (18 people), Israel (5 people), as well as to Lithuania, the UK and the CIS countries – Kyrgyzstan, Ukraine and Belarus. In the same period, more than two thousand people came from abroad to the Novosibirsk Region for permanent residence – mainly from the same Kazakhstan, Tajikistan, Kyrgyzstan, Ukraine, Uzbekistan, and less from China and Germany, Novosibirskstat said in response to a request from the NHS.
In total, more than 12 thousand people left the Novosibirsk region to live in other regions, 15.3 thousand people came to replace them. These are people not only from other countries, but also villages, cities and regions.
A year ago, sociologists found that most Russians who dream of going abroad for permanent residence would like to live in Germany. Novosibirsk, who went there to live, told what difficulties they had to face in Europe and whether the game was worth the candle.
Flights will rise in price, but the ruble can mitigate the inevitable
The study called into question the real effectiveness of the drug, for the purchase of which the authorities of various countries spent billions of dollars.
According to the results of a study conducted by the non-profit organization Cochrane Collaboration, Tamiflu in its fight against influenza is practically no different from other similar drugs, is not able to prevent the spread of the disease and reduce the risk of complications.
“Oseltamivir for influenza in adults and children: systematic review of clinical study reports and summary of regulatory comments”
“Compared to taking a placebo, Tamiflu contributed to a faster symptoms of SARS, but only half a day: on average, the duration of the disease was reduced from 7 to 6.3 days. In this case, when using the drug in children, various side effects could be observed. There was no evidence that the use of the drug reduced the number of hospitalizations, serious complications, pneumonia, bronchitis, sinusitis and other complications in adults and children. Tamiflu also increased the risk of nausea and vomiting in adults by an average of 4%, in children by an average of 5%. There have also been cases (approximately 1%) of increased risk of mental disorders. ”
Former Prime Minister of Ukraine Yulia Tymoshenko meets boxes with Tamiflu, Boryspil, 2009
In 2009, the World Health Organization (WHO) announced the start of the global swine flu epidemic H1N1. Against this background, massive purchases of the drug began, including those recommended for the treatment of H1N1 by WHO experts.
In the United States, $ 1.3 billion was spent on purchases of Tamiflu, in the United Kingdom more than $ 700 million. The total sales of the medicine manufactured by the pharmaceutical concern Roche in 2009 amounted to $ 3.6 billion.
The authorities of many countries had high hopes for Tamiflu in the fight against swine flu.
Farnborough 2018 will be held without Russian technology
The organizers of the Farnborough 2018 air show, in accordance with EU sanctions, banned the Russian Federation from displaying military aircraft. Russian companies refused to display civilian products themselves. Russian equipment will not be presented at the Farnborough-2018 international aerospace exhibition, which will be held in the UK from July 16 to 22. At the same time, the Russian delegation will leave for the air show, Interfax reported on Thursday, July 5, citing an informed source. According to him, there will be no expositions of Russian companies at the exhibition.
The organizer of the Society of British Aerospace Companies air show back in November 2017 refused Russia the right to exhibit military aircraft, helicopters and military equipment. The restrictions for Russian participants are determined by the British export control organization, a spokeswoman for the organizers told RIA Novosti. These measures are justified by EU sanctions on transactions with weapons and military equipment from Russia. According to her, Farnborough is pleased to welcome all participants, including Russian, if they fulfill these requirements.
The United Aircraft Corporation (UAC) previously stated that they did not plan to demonstrate civil aircraft, which the ban does not apply. From the KLA to Farnborough there will be only a chalet. In 2016, Russian companies showed civilian products at the exhibition.