Во Владимирской области прошло награждение победителей регионального этапа конкурса «Полицейский Дядя Степа»

MIL OSI – Source: Russian Federation Ministry of Internal Affairs –

Headline: Во Владимирской области прошло награждение победителей регионального этапа конкурса «Полицейский Дядя Степа»

26 мая в преддверии Дня образования подразделений по делам несовершеннолетних в системе МВД России и Дня защиты детей в УМВД России по Владимирской области состоялось награждение победителей регионального этапа конкурса «Полицейский Дядя Степа», а также проходившего несколько дней назад турнира по мини-футболу среди трудных подростков.

На конкурс “Полицейский Дядя Степа” были представлены более 50 творческих работ, выполненных как индивидуальными юными авторами, так и творческими коллективами из большинства районов области.

Итоги конкурса подвело специальное жюри, в состав которого вошли представители Общественного совета при УМВД России по Владимирской области, отдела информации и общественных связей, управления по работе с личным составом областного УМВД.

В день награждения победители со своими родителями и наставниками прибыли в гости к полицейским.

В церемонии награждения приняли участие начальник Управления МВД России по Владимирской области  Василий Петрович Кукушкин и председатель общественного совета при региональном УМВД Татьяна Александровна Сидорова.

Начальник УМВД генерал-майор полиции Василий Кукушкин, вручая награды, поблагодарил ребят за проявленное мастерство, пожелал им успехов в учебе и дальнейших творческих побед.

Отметил руководитель областной полиции и работу сотрудников подразделений по делам несовершеннолетних, стоящих на страже детства, которые 31 мая отмечают день создания службы.

В этот день не только были подведены итоги конкурсов и соревнований, но и дан старт уже полюбившемуся детям проекту – «Лето безопасности», главным организатором которого выступает общественный совет при региональном УМВД.

Председатель общественного совета Татьяна Сидорова, приглашая ребят принять участие в акции, отметила: «Уже третий год мы – общественный совет и УМВД России по Владимирской области – проводим такую акцию, дающую хорошую возможность в интересной формате познакомиться с работой полиции, узнать побольше новой и полезной информации, проявить свои таланты».

По завершении официальной части мероприятия ребята приняли участие в викторине, активно отвечали на вопросы и демонстрировали свои знания.

Для всех участников мероприятия юные артисты из разных школ города Владимира подготовили творческие подарки. 

На сайте МВД России продолжается онлайн-голосование за лучшую работу Всероссийского конкурса детского творчества «Полицейский Дядя Степа». Владимирскую область на конкурсе представляет «Полицейский дядя Степа», которого изготовил 12-летний Владислав Седунин из города Коврова. Приглашаем поддержать нашего участника. Проголосовать можно здесь.

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Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of Kingdom of Spain to Ukraine Gerardo Angel Bugallo Ottone meets with interns in frames of Internship Program at Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine

MIL OSI – Source: Parliament of Ukraine –

Headline: Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of Kingdom of Spain to Ukraine Gerardo Angel Bugallo Ottone meets with interns in frames of Internship Program at Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine

Today, Ambassador Extraordinary and
Plenipotentiary of the Kingdom of Spain to Ukraine Gerardo Angel Bugallo Ottone
met with the interns within the framework of the Internship Program at the
Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine.

The Ambassador touched the issue of
sociopolitical transformations in Ukraine over the recent years. He noted that
Ukraine is now witnessing the shift to inclusive political institutions, which
contributes to the development of the civil society.

Besides, Gerardo Angel Bugallo Ottone
mentioned the role of Spain in the development of the civilization. Several
centuries ago, the borders of the world were broadened twice thanks to Spain.

In speaking of the visa-free regime with
the European Union, the Ambassador said: “Legal security is a very
important issue. Foreign investors and citizens will actively cross the border
only when the level of security is sufficiently high. Ukraine’s major task is
to guarantee such security.”

The interns had an opportunity to ask the
Ambassador several questions inter alia about Spanish culture as well as about
modern political process in Ukraine and in the world.

Reference
information: Gerardo Angel Bugallo Ottone was born in Madrid on September 21,
1954. He has served as diplomat since 1984. He worked at the Embassy of Spain
to Algeria, Hungary and the United States. He was the vice-president of the
Foreign Affairs Ministry department for North America. He also was a culture
advisor at the Embassy of Spain to Japan. He worked as an adviser at the
Cabinet of the Prime Minister of Spain. In 2002-2004, he was the director
general for foreign policy for the Asia Pacific region and North America at the
Foreign Affairs Ministry of Spain. In 2004, he became a deputy permanent
representative of Spain to the United Nations in Geneva (Switzerland). He was
consul general of Spain in Sydney. Since 2013, he has been Ambassador
Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the Kingdom of Spain to Ukraine.

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Verkhovna Rada Chairperson Andrii Parubii expects Ukrainian Parliament to consider next week draft law to ensure second reading of constitutional amendments

MIL OSI – Source: Parliament of Ukraine –

Headline: Verkhovna Rada Chairperson Andrii Parubii expects Ukrainian Parliament to consider next week draft law to ensure second reading of constitutional amendments

Chairperson of the Verkhovna Rada of
Ukraine Andrii Parubii said this at the meeting with Ambassador Extraordinary
and Plenipotentiary of Japan to Ukraine Shigeki Sumi.

The meeting participants discussed
bilateral cooperation at the level of the Parliaments of Ukraine and Japan; the
situation in Ukraine; provision of Japan’s humanitarian aid to Ukrainian
children; and organization of days of Japan and Ukraine in both countries.

The Chairperson of the Verkhovna Rada
thanked the Ambassador for the humanitarian aid Ukraine had already been provided
with, in particular, the one touching the environmental projects, and noted
that “real monitoring” of the use of those funds must be ensured.
Parubii said Ukraine is currently “facing numerous challenges, the
aggression of Russia, its attempts to destabilize the situation both in the
lines and inside of our country.” “Thus, the assistance of Japan,
which is currently presiding in the G7, in prolongation of sanctions against
the Russian aggressor is extremely important for us,” he said.

Having reminded about the return of
Ukrainian officer Nadiya Savchenko, Parubii noted that a great number of
Ukrainian servicemen and patriots still held hostage in Russia. “One more
problem we have is the occupied Crimea, where Crimean Tatars are facing
repressions,” he said. Parubii noted that “we are a united country
with a part of the territory occupied by Russia.” “You can understand
us better then anyone else. Therefore, we count on your support and better
understanding between our countries,” the Chairperson of the Verkhovna
Rada told Mr. Shigeki Sumi.

In turn, Ambassador Extraordinary and
Plenipotentiary of Japan to Ukraine Shigeki Sumi appreciated fruitful work of
the Ukrainian friendship group headed by people’s deputy Leonid Yemets and
called for further deepening of cooperation at the level of the country’s
parliaments. In particular, he reminded that next year Ukraine will host the
year of Japan to help people of the two countries better understand each other,
to help the Ukrainians learn about culture and achievements of the Japanese.
Mr. Shigeki Sumi also noted the intention of his country to continue
humanitarian assistance to Ukraine. He said that Ukrainian children-victims of
the Russian aggression in the east of Ukraine will receive USD 1.8 million.

In speaking of the position of Japan on
prolongation of the sanctions against the Russian aggressor, the Ambassador
said that “Japan’s position is very tough.” “Our position lies
in declaring any forced ways to change borders unacceptable. The sanctions must
be prolonged,” he said. He also informed that the G7 summit is considering
the issue of Ukraine and respective declaration is expected on May 27.

Mr. Shigeki Sumi expressed himself in favor
of holding further judicial reforms in Ukraine despite all the conditions. He
also called the adoption of the new law on elections important for Ukraine. The
Ambassador said Japanese companies are interested in formation of just courts
in Ukraine.

Parubii said Ukraine is facing significant
tasks almost in all fields of social life in conditions of combat activities.
He said Ukraine had managed to make many important steps in different fields:
defense reform, police reform, and the anticorruption reform. At the same time,
he said “all the reforms fail when it comes to courts.” “Thus,
the top-priority is the judicial reform,” he concluded.

Andrii Parubii predicted consideration of
the draft laws on constitutional amendments next plenary week. “Next
Thursday, the draft law that will allow second reading of the constitutional
amendments will be put to vote. We count on adoption of the constitutional
amendments, however, we do understand how difficult to receive 300 votes in the
Parliament. However, I do believe we will manage to do that,” he said. It
will be a very important step for further implementation of reforms.

In speaking of the election reform, the
Chairperson of the Verkhovna Rada said he already headed a workgroup aiming to
find the most optimal format for parliamentary elections. “I am confident,
the discussion will certainly take some time, but I am sure that the next
parliamentary election will take place under new election system,” Parubii
said, having called current election system the worst possible one.

Touching the issue of implementation of the
Minsk agreement, the Chairperson of the Verkhovna Rada said that everyday the
Russian Federation violates the ceasefire regime. He said that in such
conditions it is hard to speak about any elections on the occupied territories.
“Firstly, we have to cease fire,” he said and added that “every
night our boys are killed there, the items of the agreement are violated by
Russia.” “Technical setting of the elections will become profanation.
We have to make Russia fulfill the first obligation — cease fire for at least
30-60 days to receive grounds for holding following discussion,” Parubii
said.

According to the Chairperson of the
Ukrainian Parliament, this position is important as it has considerable public
reaction as the destabilization of Ukraine from inside is not less important
for Putin than the combat activities.

Addressing Ambassador Extraordinary and
Plenipotentiary of Japan to Ukraine Shigeki Sumi, Parubii assured of doing his
best to successfully hold the days of Japan in Ukraine.

Noting
the importance of deeper relations between Ukrainian and Japanese peoples,
people’s deputy Leonid Yemets said: “The constitutional amendments will be
presented to the society at the earliest possible time.”

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Open address by Hryhorii Nemyria and Valeriya Lutkovska on denial of access to representatives of UN Subcommittee on Prevention of Torture to occupied territories of Ukraine

MIL OSI – Source: Parliament of Ukraine –

Headline: Open address by Hryhorii Nemyria and Valeriya Lutkovska on denial of access to representatives of UN Subcommittee on Prevention of Torture to occupied territories of Ukraine

An open address by Hryhorii Nemyria and
Valeriya Lutkovska on denial of access to representatives of the United Nations
Subcommittee on Prevention of Torture and other Cruel, Inhuman or Degrading
Treatment or Punishment to the occupied territories of Ukraine.

Chairperson of the Verkhovna Rada Committee
on Human Rights, National Minorities and Interethnic Relations Hryhorii Nemyria
and Verkhovna Rada Ombudsman Valeriya Lutkovska express their concerns over the
statement by the UN Subcommittee on Prevention of Torture and other Cruel,
Inhuman or Degrading Treatment or Punishment on suspension of their
monitoring visit to Ukraine.

On May
25, 2016, Chair of the UN Subcommittee on Prevention of Torture and other
Cruel, Inhuman or Degrading Treatment or Punishment Malcolm Evans said he
suspended his mission as the Security Service of Ukraine did not grant access
to “some places where the subcommittee heard numerous and serious allegations that
people have been detained and where torture or ill-treatment may have
occurred.”

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Venice Commission Secretary Thomas Markert welcomes Nadiya Savchenko's release

MIL OSI – Source: Parliament of Ukraine –

Headline: Venice Commission Secretary Thomas Markert welcomes Nadiya Savchenko’s release

Chairperson of the Verkhovna Rada Committee
on Human Rights, National Minorities and Interethnic Relations Hryhorii Nemyria
met with Secretary of the European Commission for Democracy through Law (Venice
Commission) Thomas Markert in Strasbourg.

The Parties discussed the release and
return of Verkhovna Rada deputy and member of the Parliamentary Assembly of the
Council of Europe Nadiya Savchenko to Ukraine. Mr. Markert said Savchenko has
become a symbol of Ukraine’s fight for its independence and territorial
integrity.

“This is our joint victory. We are
grateful to the leaders and politicians of the whole democratic world for
Nadiya’s release,” Hryhorii Nemyria said.

The Parties also discussed the situation in
Ukraine and issues related to the Russia’s aggression against our state.
Besides, they discussed the protection of rights and freedoms of internally
displaced persons in particular, elimination of discrepancies in the
legislation on internally displaced persons and authorizing these people to
take part in elections.

In speaking of this topic, the Chairperson
of the Committee reminded that four months ago the Law of Ukraine on protection
of rights and freedoms of the internally displaced persons took effect,
however, none regulatory-legal act of the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine has
yet been brought in line with this law.

“This is an attempt to ignore the law.
That is unacceptable if we remember that the law touches lives of hundreds of
thousands of people. The authorities must protect rights and freedoms of their
citizens, and not infringe them,” Hryhorii Nemyria said.

Hryhorii Nemyria informed Thomas Markert
about the intention of the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine to address the Venice
Commission with a request for an expert conclusion on correspondence of the
draft laws of Ukraine Nos. 3587 and 3587-1 “On guarantees of freedom of
peaceful gatherings” to respective European standards. Mr. Markert
appreciated such step and assured of the readiness of the Venice Commission to
consider the said draft laws.

Besides, the Parties discussed the issue of
constitutional process and elaboration of the new election law.

Besides, the Chairperson of the Committee
met with representatives of relevant committees of the PACE.

As
earlier reported, on May 24-25, Strasbourg hosted a high-level meeting entitled
“Internal displacement in Ukraine: further steps” organized by the
Council of Europe.

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Council of Europe hoping Nadiya Savchenko will take part in PACE meeting in June

MIL OSI – Source: Parliament of Ukraine –

Headline: Council of Europe hoping Nadiya Savchenko will take part in PACE meeting in June

Today, Chairperson of the Verkhovna Rada
Committee on Human Rights, National Minorities and Interethnic Relations
Hryhorii Nemyria had meeting with newly appointed Representative of Secretary
of Council of Europe / Executive Secretary of the European Social Charter Regis
Brillat.

The Parties discussed release and return of
people’s deputy of Ukraine / PACE member Nadiya Savchenko.

Regis Brillat expressed hope that Nadiya
Savchenko will visit the PACE session in Strasbourg in June.

Besides, the Parties discussed the
priorities in cooperation between the Council of Europe and Ukraine. Regis
Brillat said one of his major functions will be close cooperation with the
Parliament, in particular, with the Verkhovna Rada Committee on Human Rights,
National Minorities and Interethnic Relations. The Parties discussed the
situation with internally displaced persons in Ukraine and noted the importance
of protection of their rights and freedoms.

As
earlier reported, on May 24-25, Strasbourg hosted a high-level meeting entitled
“Internal displacement in Ukraine: further steps” organized by the
Council of Europe.

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Полицейскими Удмуртии задержан подозреваемый в серии мошенничеств

MIL OSI – Source: Russian Federation Ministry of Internal Affairs –

Headline: Полицейскими Удмуртии задержан подозреваемый в серии мошенничеств

По версии следствия, подозреваемый через сайт объявлений в сети Интернет находил в соседних регионах продавцов дорогостоящего товара стоимостью от 65 000 до 155 000 рублей.

Сотрудниками межрайонного отдела № 5 Управления уголовного розыска МВД по Удмуртской Республике совместно со следователем СЧ СУ МВД по УР установлен и задержан подозреваемый в серии мошенничеств через транспортные компании. Им оказался 26-летний безработный ижевчанин.

По версии следствия, подозреваемый через сайт объявлений в сети Интернет находил в соседних регионах продавцов дорогостоящего товара стоимостью от 65 000 до 155 000 рублей – синтезаторов, укомплектованных велосипедов, запчастей для внедорожников и прочего. Связывался с продавцами и договаривался о доставке товара через транспортные компании. Оплату должен был произвести при получении. Когда груз оказывался на территории Удмуртской Республики, подозреваемый через электронную почту оправлял перевозчику заявку от имени продавца, согласно которой ему оставалось при получении товара оплатить только доставку, без оплаты самой стоимости товара. В дальнейшем данное имущество злоумышленник перепродавал.

В настоящее время сотрудниками полиции выявлено 5 фактов преступной деятельности подозреваемого. Ущерб превысил 500 тысяч рублей.

В отношении подозреваемого возбуждено уголовное дело по признакам состава преступления, предусмотренного ч. 2 ст. 159 УК РФ «Мошенничество, совершенное с причинением значительного ущерба».

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Сотрудники полиции задержали участников преступной группы, длительное время совершавших кражи из банкоматов на территории различных субъектов Российской Федерации

MIL OSI – Source: Russian Federation Ministry of Internal Affairs –

Headline: Сотрудники полиции задержали участников преступной группы, длительное время совершавших кражи из банкоматов на территории различных субъектов Российской Федерации

“Сотрудниками ГУУР МВД России совместно с УУР ГУ МВД России по Московской области и ОУР УВД по ЮАО ГУ МВД России по г. Москве в ходе реализации оперативных материалов пресечена деятельность преступной группы, пытавшейся похитить денежные средства одного из московских банков”, – сообщила официальный представитель МВД России Ирина Волк.

Злоумышленники задержаны при закачке газом банкомата, расположенного в гастрономе на ул. Домодедовской, с целью его подрыва и хищения денежных средств в размере более 2 млн рублей. Члены преступной группы на протяжении длительного времени совершали аналогичные преступления на территории различных субъектов Российской Федерации.

На месте преступления задержаны четыре уроженца Республики Молдова и два жителя Московской области. У них изъяты газовое оборудование, строительный инструмент и три автомобиля.

СУ УВД по ЮАО ГУ МВД России по г. Москве возбуждено уголовное дело по признакам ст. 30 (приготовление и покушение на преступление), ч. 4 ст. 158 (кража) УК РФ.

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Volkswagen unterstützt die Sonderausstellung „A World of Fragile Parts“ – ein Gemeinschaftsprojekt der Biennale Venedig und des Victoria & Albert Museum

MIL OSI – Source: Volkswagen –

Headline: Volkswagen unterstützt die Sonderausstellung „A World of Fragile Parts“ – ein Gemeinschaftsprojekt der Biennale Venedig und des Victoria & Albert Museum

Hinzufügen zur Sammelmappe

Venedig / Wolfsburg, 26.05.2016

• Eröffnung von “A World of Fragile Parts” als Teil der 15. Architekturbiennale

  in Venedig

• Förderung der Ausstellung ergänzt das Engagement der Volkswagen AG

  als Hauptpartner der „Engineering Season“ des Victoria & Albert Museum

  (V&A) in London

Die Volkswagen Aktiengesellschaft unterstützt die Umsetzung die Sonderausstellung “A World of Fragile Parts”, die in gemeinschaftlicher Arbeit der Biennale Venedig und des V&A entstand. Die Ausstellung wird im Rahmen der 15. Architekturbiennale vom 28. Mai bis 27. November im Sale d’Armi gezeigt. Der Ausstellungsort ist Teil des sogenannten Arsenals in Venedig.

Im Fokus von “A World of Fragile Parts” steht die vieldiskutierte Rolle von Kopien im Hinblick auf die Bewahrung von Kunstschätzen. Die als Kooperation von zwei der bedeutendsten Kunst- und Designinstitutionen entwickelte Ausstellung widmet sich dabei insbesondere den Zusammenhängen zwischen technischen Innovationen, die neue Möglichkeiten zur Schaffung von Kopien eröffnen, und gesellschaftlichen sowie ökologischen Entwicklungen, die in verschiedensten Teilen der Welt den Schutz die Bewahrung von Kunstwerken zu einem drängenden Thema machen. „A World of Fragile Parts“ wurde von Brendan Cormier, der zum Team des V&A gehört, kuratiert und umfasst Installationen und Konzepte von verschiedenen internationalen Künstlern.

„Diese Ausstellung macht die Besucher zu Zeugen der engen Verflechtungen von gesellschaftlichen, technologischen und kulturellen Entwicklungen. Vor allem zeigt sie, welchen wichtigen Stellenwert die Kunst in unserer heutigen Welt besitzt. Damit unterstreicht dieses Projekt auch unsere Überzeugung, dass Kreativität für den Fortschritt unerlässlich ist, so dass die Volkswagen AG sehr gern als Förderer zum Gelingen dieser Ausstellung beiträgt“, betont Benita von Maltzahn, Leiterin Kultur und Gesellschaft innerhalb der Volkswagen Konzernkommunikation.

Die Unterstützung für „A World of Fragile Parts“ schließt an die Zusammenarbeit an, die das Londoner V&A und die Volkswagen AG anlässlich des Ausstellungsprojekts „Engineering Season“ etabliert haben. Die Kooperation ist ein weiterer wichtiger Baustein des internationalen Engagements für Kunst und Kultur, mit dem Volkswagen möglichst vielen Menschen die Gelegenheit zur Begegnung mit Kunst eröffnen will. So fördert das Unternehmen unter anderem auch die Arbeit des Museum of Modern Art in New York und der Nationalgalerie – Staatliche Museen zu Berlin.

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People's deputies of Ukraine meet with Italian MPs

MIL OSI – Source: Parliament of Ukraine –

Headline: People’s deputies of Ukraine meet with Italian MPs

On May 25, Chairperson of the Verkhovna
Rada Committee on Foreign Affairs Hanna Hopko and co-chairperson of the deputy
group of the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine for interparliamentary relations with
the Italian Republic Serhii Alekseev met with Chair of Italian delegation to
the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe / Rapporteur for the PACE on
corruption Michele Nicoletti within the framework of the visit of a delegation
of people’s deputies of Ukraine to the Italian Republic.

The Parties discussed current state of the
Ukrainian-Italian relations and noted high level of development of the interparliamentary
cooperation. Besides, they discussed finding of optimal ways to deepen
cooperation between the parliaments of the two states, as well as between the
national delegations within the framework of the PACE.

Informing
about current situation in Ukraine and activity of the Verkhovna Rada of
Ukraine in reformation of the Ukrainian legislation, Hanna Hopko thanked
Michele Nicoletti for the support on a complicated path of implementation of
reforms in Ukraine, in particular, in the field of anticorruption legislation.

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