Співробітники СБУ вилучили в товаристві з обмеженою відповідальністю «Євролаб» документи та інформацію в межах розслідування за фактом можливого вчинення «дій, які спрямовані на поширення епідемії COVID-19 та заподіяння шкоди здоров’ю населення України». Пресслужба СБУ повідомила про такий результат обшуків, які 1 квітня відбулися в «Євролабі».

«Зокрема, мова йде про навмисне неповідомлення відповідним державним органам інформації про позитивні результати тестів на коронавірус у окремих осіб», – ідеться в повідомленні спецслужби.

За інформацією СБУ, документи опрацюють із залученням фахівців Міністерства охорони здоров’я України, після чого «будуть прийняті відповідні процесуальні рішення у кримінальному провадженні».

У справі триває досудове розслідування, відбуваються слідчі й розшукові дії.

 

 


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Nations around the world are growing increasingly worried about violence linked to extreme right-wing terror groups, with new research showing there has been a 320% jump in the number of related attacks over the past five years.Deadly attacks over the past year, like the shootings in Christchurch, New Zealand, and in El Paso, Texas, in the U.S., as well as a couple in Germany, have gotten most of the international attention.  But the research, highlighted Wednesday in a new report from the United Nations’ Counter-Terrorism Committee Executive Directorate, also warns the trend is worsening, with attacks by individuals linked to right-wing extremist groups becoming ever-more deadly, while the groups themselves are getting increasingly sophisticated.“Although extreme right-wing terrorism is not a new phenomenon, there has been a recent increase in its frequency and lethality,” UN-CTED said in its Raymond Duda, FBI Special Agent in Seattle, speaks during a news conference on Feb. 26, 2020, about charges against a group of alleged members of the neo-Nazi group Atomwaffen Division for cyber-stalking and mailing threatening communications.And intelligence from U.N. member states indicates that level of violence is unlikely to taper off, with the West – Europe, North America and Australasia – continuing to see the brunt of such attacks. “Recent evidence suggests that there has been a greater exchange of views between like-minded individuals, both online and offline,” according to the report. “These connections allow extreme right-wing groups to improve their tactics, develop better counter-intelligence techniques, solidify their violent extremist views and broaden their global networks.” The U.N. report echoes warnings from the European Union and the United States, both of which have warned about the threat from right-wing extremism. In the EU, the number of arrests in connection to right-wing terrorism more than doubled, from 20 in 2017 to 44 in 2018, with counterterrorism officials cautioning the problem was likely to get worse. “While the vast majority of right-wing extremist groups across the EU have not resorted to violence, they nevertheless help entrench a climate of fear and animosity against minority groups,” the EU concluded in its 2019 Terrorism Situation and Trend report. “Such a climate, built on xenophobia, anti-Semitic, Islamophobic and anti-immigration sentiments, may lower the threshold for some radicalized individuals to use violence.” In this Aug. 12, 2017, file photo, white nationalist demonstrators – including three members of the Rise Above Movement – clash with counter demonstrators at the entrance to Lee Park in Charlottesville, Virginia.The U.S. has likewise voiced growing concerns about the rise of right-wing extremism, putting it on par with the threat from the Islamic State terror group. “Racially, ethnically motivated violent extremists were the primary source of all ideologically-motivated lethal incidents and violence in 2018 and 2019 and have been considered the most lethal of all domestic violent extremists since 2001,” FBI Director Christopher Wray told lawmakers in Washington this past February.  There have also been persistent concerns that U.S.-based groups, like the Atomwaffen Division and the Rise Above Movement (R.A.M.), have been establishing connections with similar groups in Europe and Russia. There is also evidence that a growing number of members have been willing to take up arms, with hundreds flocking to Ukraine to get battlefield experience. The U.N. report finds those types of connections and relationships have only gotten stronger, with groups making efficient use of the Internet and social media to exchange ideas and raise money.  Additionally, the UN report warns the spread of far-right rhetoric is allowing extremist groups to connect with other fringe elements of society and expand their ability to recruit.  “These synergies allow more obscure misogynist groups-such as incels (involuntary  celibates) – to act as a bridge to violent extreme-rightwing groups and individuals,” the report said. VOA’s Masood Farivar contributed to this report. 


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Since the coronavirus pandemic hit Europe and the United States, Austrian Ambassador Martin Weiss has tweeted a series of Martin Weiss, ambassador of Austria to the U.S. (in green jacket), seen here at the Austrian Airlines ticket counter March 23, 2020, as he helps ensure all goes smoothly as 300 Austrians head home.VOA: Three hundred Austrians left the United States for home last week. Was it because the outbreak seemed less severe there?Weiss: There were very different reasons for their return. Many were just tourists ready to cut their trips short. Others worked in hotels and restaurants and had simply lost their jobs. Also, many students were leaving because their schools have closed for the foreseeable future. Many of them felt that they were better off in Austria. There, they have family. There, they are familiar with the health care system, etc. Plus, many Austrians have the feeling that our government does a very good job in this crisis. The Austrian government has taken proactive steps early on, informs the public daily about the latest developments, keeps expectations at a realistic level, has adopted a huge rescue package for workers and the economy, etc. Austrians are concerned, but by and large, think our country does what it can in this difficult time.VOA: Tell us more about Austria’s stimulus package.Weiss: It amounts to roughly 10 percent of Austria’s gross domestic product. In that sense, we are in lockstep with the U.S. Both of our governments are pulling out all the stops in an effort to keep our economies, and, thereby, the livelihood of so many people who depend on it afloat.VOA: What is Austria using to test and treat patients who may be suffering from COVID-19?Weiss: Austrian company Procomcure (Biotech Gmbh) has recently developed a very promising testing kit that gives you precise results within hours. Little wonder that they are already exporting it to many countries all over the world. When it comes to testing, Austria is currently in the European median — neither extremely good nor very bad. But the government has realized that more tests are needed and is currently trying hard to get the numbers up. Without thorough testing, there is no way of getting out of this crisis for good.As to our health care system, Austria has traditionally a high number of hospital beds per capita — 750 beds per 100,000 inhabitants. We have often been criticized for that because it makes our system expensive. However, in this crisis, this seems to be a clear advantage.Austrians heading home get their papers checked on March 23, 2020 at Dulles Airport.VOA: You retweeted an image of Italian armed forces arriving in Bergamo to take away coffins from hospitals, underscoring the gravity of the situation in Italy. Is Austria doing anything to help Italy?Weiss: We have supported our southern neighbor right from the beginning, bilaterally as well as in the framework of the European Union. Just this past week, Austria transported urgently needed personal protection equipment, including 1.6 million face masks, to northern Italy. European and global solidarity is crucial these days.VOA: What do you think the future will be for multinational corporations and for globalization in the aftermath of the pandemic?Weiss: There are a lot of debates out there on how this crisis will change our lives, change corporations, change the way the world cooperates in the future, etc. Frankly, I am not so sure. As human beings, we are amazingly adept in forgetting bad things. Once something bad — or even something terrible — has passed, we are more than ready to “go back to normal.” In other words, old habits die hard. Some business models will certainly take a hit. I wonder, for example, about the future of the cruise ship industry. With so many stories about being stranded on ships, I suppose it will be a while before passengers will be ready for this kind of voyage again. But in general, I believe the world before and after corona will not be all that much different.The Austrian Embassy’s official Twitter account @AustriainUSA chose local blossoms spotted near the embassy to adorn its front page.VOA: What would you like to see the U.S. do more or less of to tackle this outbreak both domestically and abroad?Weiss: The devilish thing about this new virus is that it is highly infectious, and none of us is immune. It thus grows exponentially. … Exponential growth starts slow, little by little, and then it very rapidly explodes. I still have the feeling that many people in the U.S. and around the world fail to grasp this. The exponential curve knows no mercy. We all — the U.S., Europe and the rest of the world — have to work together and as hard as we can. It is this level of unequivocal seriousness that is needed now, and the U.S. should lead in this effort.VOA: Your tweet that has generated the most “likes” is a video clip involving a mock question about the quarantine. Given an option, a man chooses not to stay with his wife and kids. What does this say about the human condition?Weiss: This clip simply made me laugh hard. And just to be clear, it probably cuts both ways, and his wife would have quickly said “B,” too. But I have seen many somewhat humorous reactions to this crisis, and I think it is very important not to lose that, even in the toughest of times. Humor is the best medicine, they say. I´m not sure it’s a cure for COVIID-19, but it certainly helps.


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Нові докази корупції єрмака, мовчання Зеленського та його свинарчуки.

Про те, як Зеленський покриває андрія єрмака після корупційного скандалу та його обіцянки піти у відставку, якщо у нього буде свій “свинарчук”.

Блог про українську політику та актуальні події в нашій країні
 

 
 
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Привет из 90-х: российская нефть обнулилась вслед за пукиным и оказалась в коме.

30 марта цены на нефть совершили очередной марш-бросок в сторону морского дна, опустившись до отметки в 22 доллара за баррель. И если сечин с пукиным находились в состоянии перманентного шока еще при 30 баксах за бочку черного золота, то при ее приближении к заветной 20-ке, у кремля
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Еволюція звернень Володимира Зеленського в соцмережах.

Рік тому Володимир Зеленський переміг у першому турі президентських виборів в Україні. Підтримку виборців він, зокрема, здобував завдяки популярності у соціальних мережах.

Володимир Зеленський вважав одним із своїх пріорітетів спілкуватися із підписниками і виборцями напряму через відео-звернення з телефону. Його інтерв’ю журналістам були нечастим явищем, тож медіа цитували саме ці звернення кандидата, а потім і президента України, як офіційну позицію.

Згодом відео-зверненя на сторінці президента почали з’являтися рідше, але пізніше формат дещо відновився. Ми зібрали фрагменти майже з усіх промов Володимира Зеленського, тож порівняйте – чи змінилася їхня стилістика?
 

 
 
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На території Нижньодністровського національного природного парку від ранку середи триває пожежа, повідомляє управління Держслужби з надзвичайних ситуацій в Одеській області.

«1 квітня о 07:42 до служби порятунку 101 надійшло повідомлення про загорання сухої водно-болотяної рослинності поблизу автошляху Одеса – Рені на території Нижньодністровського національного природного парку. У зв’язку з відсутністю під’їздних шляхів до осередків загоряння рятувальники проводять моніторинг обстановки та гасіння пожежі на доступних ділянках місцевості. Площа пожежі наразі становить приблизно 9 гектарів», – йдеться в повідомленні.

За даними ДСНС, загрози населеним пунктам немає.

Водночас адміністрація самого парку повідомила у фейсбуці, що займання почалося вночі.

«Сезон тиші 1 квітня у дельті Дністра почався не з зустрічі птахів і весняних фенологічних спостережень, а з жорстокої та злої пожежі. Займання відбулося ще вночі, у районі 43-45 км траси Одеса – Рені. Вранці полум’я вже стіною рухалося на південь, у напрямку до човнової станції, що на правому берегу річки, навпроти села Маяки. Близько 13:00 горіло у кількох осередках, вздовж Старого Турунчука та вздовж траси. Працівники Нижньодністровського НПП повідомили ДСНС і власними силами намагалися загасити вогонь. Але ні їм, ні прибулим пожежним це не вдалося. Вигоріли великі площі», – йдеться в повідомленні.

Нижньодністровський національний природний парк в Одеській області займає площу в понад 21 тисячу гектарів, є природоохоронною територією.


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У Чернівецькій області 1 квітня запроваджено особливий режим в’їзду та виїзду через епідемію коронавірусу. Про це повідомив голова Чернівецької ОДА Сергій Осачук

«Державна комісія з питань техногенно-екологічної безпеки та надзвичайних ситуацій підтримала звернення обласної комісії ТЕБ та НС щодо введення особливого режиму в’їзду і виїзду у Чернівецьку область», – мовиться у повідомленні.

Зокрема передбачається заборона пасажирських перевезень. Буде дозволено лише рух вантажного транспорту.

Повідомляється, що у Чернівецькій області підтверджено 39 випадків зараження коронавірусом, загальна кількість випадків у області – 143, одужали вісім людей.

Станом на 22:00 1 квітня в Україні підтверджено 794 випадки коронавірусного захворювання COVID-19, 20 людей померли, 13 одужали.


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Russian President Vladimir Putin called on Wednesday for global oil producers and consumers to address “challenging” oil markets, while U.S. President Donald Trump complained that oil cheaper “than water” was hurting the industry.Oil prices fell nearly 70% from January highs as coronavirus lockdowns hammered demand and as Saudi Arabia and Russia have flooded the market in a race for market share after a deal they engineered on supply curbs broke down.Oil and natural gas sales are a key revenue source for Russian coffers, while low prices are also hurting shale oil producers in the United States.  Speaking at a government meeting, set up via a video link as a precaution against the coronavirus, Putin said that both oil producers and consumers should find a solution that would improve the “challenging” situation of global oil markets.He also said if investments into the oil sector fell, oil prices would be sure to spike, something he said “no one needs.””That’s why we, together with the main producers and consumers, should work out such decisions, which would mitigate the situation on the market on the whole,” Putin said, according to the readout of the meeting.FILE – U.S. Secretary of Energy Dan Brouillette gestures during an interview at the LNG terminal of the deepwater port of Sines after visiting the port, in Sines, southern Portugal, Feb. 12, 2020.Flurry of diplomacyOn Tuesday, U.S. Energy Secretary Dan Brouillette spoke with his Russian counterpart, Alexander Novak, about the price slump, and they agreed to hold future discussions involving other major world oil producers and consumers.The call occurred a day after Trump and Putin agreed in a phone conversation to have their top energy officials discuss global oil market turmoil.Putin said that the United States was also worried about the state of the oil market as shale oil producers need a price around $40 per barrel to turn a profit.”That’s why this is also a hard challenge for the American economy,” he said.Trump plans to meet with oil executives on Friday to discuss potential aid to the industry, including possible tariffs on oil imports from Saudi Arabia, The Wall Street Journal reported, citing unidentified sources.The meeting is to take place at the White House and will include Exxon Mobil Corp., Chevron Corp. and Occidental Petroleum Corp., the newspaper said in a report on Wednesday.Crude oil benchmarks ended a volatile quarter with their biggest losses in history. On Wednesday, oil slid toward $25 a barrel, after touching its lowest level in 18 years.”There is so much oil and in some cases it’s probably less valuable than water. At some points of the world the water is much more valuable. So we’ve never seen anything like it,” Trump said.Pact’s collapseThe discussions between Washington and Moscow mark a new twist in oil diplomacy since the collapse this month of a deal between the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries and other producers, including Russia, on cutting production.The failure to agree on an extension to a pact that had propped up the market since 2016 led to the scrapping of all restrictions and a dash for market share.FILE – Russian Energy Minister Alexander Novak is pictured at EU Commission headquarters in Brussels, Oct. 29, 2014.Brouillette and Novak “had a productive discussion on the current volatility in global oil markets,” Energy Department spokeswoman Shaylyn Hynes said.”Secretary Brouillette and Minister Novak discussed energy market developments and agreed to continue dialogue among major energy producers and consumers, including through the G-20, to address this unprecedented period of disruption in the world economy,” she said.The Russian Energy Ministry said on Wednesday the ministers noted that the fall in the demand and oversupply created risks for stable supplies to the markets.The United States has grown in recent years into the world’s largest oil and gas producer, thanks to a technology-driven shale drilling boom. But the current price of oil is below the production cost of many American drillers, threatening the highly leveraged U.S. shale industry.’Crazy’ productionTrump on Monday said Saudi Arabia and Russia “both went crazy” with their production after the supply deal failed. “I never thought I’d be saying that maybe we have to have an oil [price] increase, because we do,” he said.The Trump administration is trying to persuade Saudi Arabia, the world’s top oil exporter, to cut crude output. It will soon send a special energy envoy, Victoria Coates, to the kingdom.The Kremlin said on Wednesday that Russia and Saudi Arabia were not holding talks regarding the oil market at the moment and that Putin had no immediate plans to have a phone call with Saudi leadership.But the Kremlin added that such talks could be set up quickly if necessary. 


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Russian President Vladimir Putin postponed an April referendum on changing his country’s constitution, saying he’d wait until health officials give the OK for Russians to head to the polls without fear of the coronavirus. The proposed reforms provide Putin a legal lifeline to extend his rule, but they also enshrine conservative values and religion into Russia’s constitution. From Moscow, Charles Maynes reports.


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